Articles by Jim Abrams



Senate Accepts Blame in Years of Lynchings

  • 15 June 05
  • The Associated Press
Fifty years ago, black teenager Emmett Till was dragged from his uncle's Mississippi home and murdered, ostensibly because he whistled at a white woman.

U.S. House Votes to Give Bush More Trade Power

  • 29 July 02
  • The Associated Press
The U.S. House of Representatives narrowly endorsed a major trade bill that President George W. Bush says could be a key to American supremacy in the world economy and restored vibrancy for American businesses.

U.S. House Approves Bill to End Soft Money

  • 15 February 02
  • The Associated Press
Congress took a major step toward enacting the most significant campaign-spending bill in a generation with House passage of legislation to ban millions of unregulated dollars flowing into national party coffers.

Hoffa Vows Mob-Free Union As Teamsters' New President

Congress Plans Truce for Jiang Visit

U.S. Bill Halting Aid Defeated in Congress

Drive Fails To Lower Trade Status For China

Republicans Raise Heat on Election Cash

Reno Draws Fire on Campaign Probe

Hatch Alleges White House Cover-Up

China Link Spurs Call For Election Fund Probe

Appointees Assert Importance Of U.S. Role in World Affairs

Kuwaitis Give Nod To More U.S. Troops

U.S. Allies Rap Cuba Sanctions

U.S. Adamant on Retribution Against Cuba

Pessimistic Gingrich Sees Long-Lasting Stalemate

U.S. Haiti Invasion Builds Momentum