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Ancient Burial Box May Be Oldest Link to Jesus

A French scholar has discovered what may be the earliest archaeological evidence of Jesus -- a 1,940-year-old, limestone burial box bearing the inscription ""James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus.""

SEC Prepares to Charge Martha Stewart

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigators have informed lifestyle maven Martha Stewart that they intend to pursue securities-fraud charges against her in connection with her sale late last year of shares in troubled biotechnology firm ImClone Systems Inc., a government source familiar with the situation said Monday night.

Enter China, Manufacturing Superpower

Never before has such a beast existed: a land of 1.3 billion people awakening from a planned economy, flexing muscles and riding globalization's wave toward new alliances and financial endeavors that will change the planet's financial picture forever.

Former APEC Star Japan Faces Skeptics at Forum

Japan joins other Pacific Rim nations for a summit this week as a humbled economy, its main worry no longer trade friction with Washington but convincing skeptics on both sides of the Pacific that a rebound is at hand.

A Delay Exposes Cracks at TVS

Four months after it went on the air, TVS television is floundering as it struggles to deal with tens of millions of dollars in losses, low ratings and bitter infighting between deep-pocketed shareholders and independent-minded editors.

Georgia Gives Arab Militants To U.S.

Special forces in Georgia have captured 15 Arab militants linked to al-Qaida in recent weeks and turned them over to the United States, Georgian officials said.

An Unsettling Return to Germany

In the light of an Esso gas station, where abandoned apartment buildings slump on streets named for dead heroes, a half-drunk boy from Kazakhstan caught a sucker punch in the nose.

Youzhny Claims First Upset

Russia's Mikhail Youzhny charged back from one set down Monday to upset sixth-seeded Younes El Aynaoui of Morocco in the first day of play at the $975,000 St. Petersburg Open.

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