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07/15/2002

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Corporate America: Rotten to the Core?

To be fair, the White House isn't much of a moral authority on the subject of corporate responsibility.

Could You Lend Me a Leg?

With some difficulty, I managed to persuade the girl that I don't accept gifts for the ""loan of my leg.""

Halliburton's Terror War Cash

The Halliburton Co., the Dallas oil services company bedeviled lately by an array of accounting and business issues, is benefiting very directly from U.S. efforts to combat terrorism.

U.S. Deficit Expected To Spiral to $165Bln

The Bush administration said Friday it expected the U.S. federal government to post a deficit of $165 billion this fiscal year, a 56 percent increase over earlier projections.

27 Killed in Gun Attack in Kashmir

At least 27 people were killed in Indian Kashmir after gunmen dressed as Hindu holy men sprayed slum-dwellers with bullets as they crowded around a television to watch a cricket match.

Bush Backs Iran's Reformers

U.S. President George W. Bush on Friday issued a strong statement of support for that nation's reformers and pro-democracy students and pledged that they had ""no better friend than the United States"" in their efforts to bring about change.

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