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  • Castros Cuba

    This weekend, Fidel Castro will step down as president of Cuba, defying expectations that only death would part him from the role. The Times has been on the death watch, and before that, on the re-revolution watch, since way back in 1960. Below,...
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  • Senator Crist? 'People's governor' pulls a fast one

    You can just imagine the campaign zingers coming soon from Charlie Crist's opponents: "When the going got tough, our governor got going." "In the middle of his first term and he wants to go to D.C.? This guy gives new meaning to the term 'federal...
  • Jindal Presses Panel On Drilling Moratorium

    Jindal Presses Panel On Drilling Moratorium
    Gov. Bobby Jindal again sought an end to President Barack Obama's moratorium on deepwater oil drilling as he met Monday with two members of the president's commission investigating the BP oil spill: former Florida Sen. Bob Graham and National...
  • BP's Latest Effort Could Make Disaster Worse

    BP's Latest Effort Could Make Disaster Worse
    ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, Md. -- President Barack Obama planned to meet Tuesday with the co-chairmen of an independent commission investigating BP's catastrophic spill in the Gulf of Mexico. A senior administration official said Obama will meet at the...
  • Obama To Meet Oil Spill Panel Chairmen Tuesday

    Obama To Meet Oil Spill Panel Chairmen Tuesday
    President Barack Obama plans to hold his first meeting with the co-chairmen of an independent commission investigating the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Obama was to meet Tuesday with Bob Graham, a former Florida governor and U.S....
  • Bush expresses resolve on Iraq, says, 'Our will cannot be shaken'

    WASHINGTON - President Bush urged Iraq's citizens and nations working to rebuild the war-torn country not to lose their will after a truck bomb ripped through United Nations headquarters in Baghdad yesterday, killing 20 people, including the top U.N....
  • Kerry Picks Edwards to Be Running Mate

    Democratic presidential hopeful John F. Kerry today chose John Edwards, a fellow senator who was his strongest opponent during the primaries, as his running mate. In picking the 51-year-old senator from North Carolina, Kerry chose someone whose high-...
  • Senator: Terrorists planned sustained campaign

    The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were supposed to be the first wave of a sustained, days-long campaign of terror around America and the world, U.S. Sen. Bob Graham said today. Graham, the chairman of the Senate's Select Committee on...
  • Officials widen hunt for anthrax

    Investigators offered new details about the anthrax used in the deadly mail attacks yesterday, as the bacteria sickened a State Department mail worker and federal officials widened the hunt for contamination to hundreds of mailrooms and post offices along...
  • Spy agencies facing questions of tactics

    In the new war on terrorism, the American intelligence community is beginning to ask: How far can we go? CIA officials, members of congressional oversight committees and others say they find themselves in conversations about such covert tactics as...