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Wanted Saudi Turns Himself In

A Saudi national who was identified last week in a worldwide alert issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a possible accomplice of the Sept. 11 hijackers has surrendered to Saudi officials, but his family has questioned whether he had any connection to the attacks.

Court Deals Blow to U.S. Government

The Bush administration's latest courtroom setback in the post-Sept. 11 hunt for terrorists has come from an unlikely source: a secretive panel of federal judges that until now had always given the government what it wanted.

New York Probes AT&T, Citigroup

New York state investigators are looking into whether a top analyst for Citigroup Inc. upgraded his rating of AT&T's stock to help land the bank a role advising on a $10.6 billion deal for the telecommunications giant, a source familiar with the matter said.

Wall Street Figures Show Signs of Life

Finally, Wall Street is making some progress, with five straight winning weeks that pushed the Dow Jones industrials back above 9,000.

Honda, Toyota Try Not Being Japanese

Among the array of new car models vying for the attention of Japanese buyers this year will be two with unusual pedigrees -- a Thai-made Honda compact and a U.S.-made Toyota sports wagon.

Drowning Freedom in Oil

On a recent tour of India, I was visiting with an Indian Muslim community leader, Syed Shahabuddin, and the conversation drifted to the question of why the Muslim world seems so angry with the West.

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