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  • GOP sweeps back into power in Congress

    Republicans regained control of Congress in yesterday's election, preserving their majority in the House of Representatives and sweeping back to power in the Senate. It was a strong showing for President Bush and the Republicans, though they did not gain...
  • So, how's your sex life?

    Sex in the city. The words conjure up a flurry of images: smoky bars, one-night-stands, eager women exposing all manner of cleavage and prowling Casanovas drenched in bad cologne. In this hot-and-bothered depiction, everyone, it seems, is doing a little...
  • Poll Analysis: Americans Are of Two Minds About War in Iraq

    More than half of the American public believe George W. Bush is not getting a balanced view of whether to go to war or not from his advisors, but rather a more hawkish view favoring military action in Iraq, according to a new Los Angeles Times poll....
  • Election 2002: State-by-State Results

    Here are the results of elections around the nation Tuesday. Not all returns were available at press time. ALABAMA Governor: Democratic Gov. Donald Siegelman won reelection over Republican Rep. Bob Riley. Senate: Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions held...
  • Congress Steps Up Pressure for China Sanctions

    WASHINGTON -- The Bush Administration came under strong pressure from congressional leaders Sunday to back up its verbal condemnations of the Chinese government's violent crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators by imposing tough sanctions--including a...
  • Commentary: Gore Vidal's Perspective on the White House Scandal

    On Monday, the 42nd president of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton, will commit what could be a fatal political error by allowing himself to be questioned under oath by an independent counsel, Kenneth W. Starr, who has taken more than four...
  • 'The Last Thing He Wanted' by Joan Didion

    Age 12 is young to bear a child, but if Joan Didion's new novel is not the offspring of her 1984 "Democracy," it is a niece or nephew. In both books an American woman feels an alienating oppression within the ruling class to which she belongs. Didion...
  • Senate stresses abstinence as a means to quell AIDS

    Federally financed educational materials about AIDS would have to stress abstinence and could not promote homosexual behavior or use of illegal drugs, under a measure the Senate approved Wednesday. The 94-2 vote came after Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.)...