April 11, 2004

Top Stories from Reuters
Falluja Talks to Resume, Iraq Hostage Signs Vary
Bush Says Aug. 6, 2001, Memo Did Not Foretell 9/11
FBI Must Explain 70 Probes Before 9/11-Panelists
U.S. Fighter Jet Could Die to Help Fund War
US Asked Falluja Insurgents to Stop Firing -Bremer
Kerry Marks Easter with Communion at Catholic Mass
Bush Prays with Troops After 'Tough Week' in Iraq
End 'Logic of Death' in Iraq, Mideast, Pope Says
Israeli Sources Say Sharon's Plans to Get U.S. Nod

Top Stories from AP
Fragile Cease-Fire Holds in Fallujah
Bush Was Satisfied on Pre-9/11 Probes
Town Holds Vigil for Man Kidnapped in Iraq
Mickelson Wins Masters by One Stroke
Study: Audits of Businesses Down Last Year
Kerry Widens Criticism of Bush Economy
U.S. Gasoline Prices Break Records Again
Factional Fighting Spreads in Afghanistan
'Passion' Reclaims Top Box-Office Spot

Yahoo! News Full Coverage
Bush's Pre-9/11 al-Qaida Memo Released
Two Die When U.S. Helicopter Downed in Iraq
Taiwan Election Protesters Clash with Police
Algerian President Wins Landslide Re-Election
Pope Calls for Peace in Easter Message
Wal-Mart to Proceed With California Expansion Plans
Poll: Most Americans Oppose Gay Marriage
New Technology to Help Drowsy Drivers
Federal Agents Seize Baseball Doping Samples

Sports News from Reuters
Mickelson Holds Nerve for First Major Win
NBA Wrap: Martin Helps Nets End Sixers Playoff Chances
NL Wrap: Wood Strikes Out 11 as Cubs Rout Braves
AL Wrap: Zambrano Gets Third Win as Rays Rout Orioles
Roddick Earns U.S. Davis Cup Semifinal with Belarus
Augusta Triumph Seems Make Believe -- Mickelson
Woods Heads for Army Barracks to Ease Masters Pain
Els Disappointed to Miss Out on First Green Jacket
Davenport Beats Mauresmo for 40th Singles Title

Sports News from AP
Mickelson Wins Masters by One Stroke
Kings End Slump With 102-85 Win Over L.A.
Predators Take First-Ever Playoff Victory
Marlins Top Phillies for 3-Game Sweep
Mussina Gets 200th As Yanks Top White Sox
Cubs Down Braves 10-2 Behind Wood's 11 Ks
Canadiens Top Bruins, Trail 2-1 in Series
76ers Out of Playoffs; Celtics Gain Spot
Roddick Puts U.S. in Davis Cup Semis

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