March 17, 2004

Top Stories from Reuters
Several Dead After Huge Blast at Baghdad Hotel
Ohio Sniper Suspect Captured in Las Vegas
Powell in Pakistan to Discuss Osama, Nuke Scandal
Spain's Zapatero Calls Iraq Occupation a Fiasco
UN Nuclear Chief Can't Rule Out Iran A-Bomb Program
Judge Allows Tobacco Racketeering Suit
Kerry Criticizes Bush's 'Stubborn' Iraq Policy
Israel Kills 6 Palestinians in Gaza Missile Strikes
Pentagon Bankrolls Swedish Stem Cell Study

Top Stories from AP
Bomb Destroys Baghdad Hotel, Kills Dozens
Las Vegas Police Nab Ohio Sniper Suspect
Spain's Leader: Iraq Occupation a 'Fiasco'
Kerry Criticizes Bush for Failed Policies
Israel Kills 4 in Stepped-Up Gaza Raids
Higher Energy Costs Lift Consumer Prices
R. Kelly Fla. Child Porn Charges Dropped
Boy Wins Vt. Rotten Sneaker Contest
Dow Up 96 on Stable Inflation Report

Yahoo! News Full Coverage
U.S. Says Al Qaeda Involved in Spanish Attacks
Gunmen Kill Three U.S. Civilians, Wound Two in Iraq
Martha Stewart Quits Company Board
Sharon Rules Out Talks With Palestinians
Russia's Putin Wins Landslide Reelection
Aristide Arrives in Jamaica From Africa
N.Y. Ministers Charged for Marrying Gays
NASA Unveils New Planetoid Named Sedna
$1 Million Mojave Robot Race Ends Without Winner

Sports News from Reuters
NBA Wrap: Kittles Leads Nets to Victory Over Kings
NHL Wrap: Islanders Overcome Lightning
Bruins Clinch Postseason Berth with Win Over Leafs
Owens Gets Wish and Lands with Eagles
Agassi Loses Battle with British Taxman
Rusedski Included in Britain's Davis Cup Squad
Woods Driving for Five in a Row at Bay Hill
Kobe Bryant Prosecutor Shoots Back at Defense Team
Federer, Henin-Hardenne Advance at Indian Wells

Sports News from AP
Major League Baseball Bans Steroid THG
Florida A&M Routs Lehigh in Play-In Game
Georgetown Fires Head Coach Esherick
Islanders Earn Big Win Over Lightning
Bucks' Ford Has Home Searched for Drugs
Owens Gets His Wish to Play for Eagles
Federer, Henin-Hardenne Advance in Tennis
Bucs Release Pro Bowl Safety John Lynch
Serena Williams to End 8-Month Layoff

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