March 14, 2004

Top Stories from Reuters
Traumatized Spain Votes After 'Qaeda' Bombs
Three Taliban Held in U.S. Afghan Offensive
Bomb Attacks Kill Four U.S. Soldiers in Baghdad
Delegation Due to Take Aristide from Central Africa
Peace, Proliferation on Powell's South Asia Agenda
Russia Warns Georgia Not to Invade Adzhara
Charges Dropped in U.S. Convoy Bombing Trial in Gaza
Nine Dead in California Saga of Incest, Polygamy
Iran Says Unclear When Nuclear Checks to Resume

Top Stories from AP
Spain Votes in Election After Attacks
Fresno Suspect Was Polygamist, Police Say
Bombs Kill Six U.S. Soldiers in Iraq
Thousands in S. Korea Protest Impeachment
AP: Kerry Has Delegates for Nomination
Putin Seeks Mandate From Strong Turnout
A Mexican Worker Dies Each Day, AP Finds
Pavarotti Tells AP It's Goodbye to Opera
All Robots Break Down in Pentagon Race

Yahoo! News Full Coverage
Videoape Claims al-Qaida Carried Out Spain Bombings
S. Korea Parliament Impeaches President; Thousands Protest
U.S. Steps Up Hunt for Osama bin Laden
Two States Deal Setbacks to Gay Marriage
Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Claims Mistreatment
IOC Gives Greece Deadline on Olympic Projects Decisions
Aristide to Visit Jamaica Next Week
Iraq War Pushes Journalist Deaths Up in 2003
Neil Armstrong Endorses Bush's Space Plan

Sports News from Reuters
NBA Wrap: Jackson Helps Rockets Down Grizzlies
NHL Wrap: Perreault's Goal Gives Canadiens Win
Hewitt Wins in Indian Wells; Clijsters Pulls Out
Jimenez Disqualified from Qatar Open
Schoenfelder Wins Slalom World Cup Title
Title Celebrations Muted for Miller
Australia's Parry Satisfied by Miller Apology
Beckham Happy with Life at Real
IOC Gives Greece Two-Week Deadline

Sports News from AP
No. 9 UConn Wins Big East Over Pittsburgh - Bummed me out! Crap!
No. 2 Stanford Wins Pac-10, NCAA Berth
Md. Overcomes Big Deficit to Beat N.C. St.
Smoltz Looks Strong in Spring Outing
SuperSonics Trump Magic 115-101
No. 5 Duke Rolls Into ACC Tourney Finals - Georgia Tech lost! Another bummer!
Alfredsson Lifts Senators to 2-1 Win
Lakers, Bryant Defeat Bulls 88-81
Agassi, Henin-Hardenne Win at Pacific Life

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