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Choked London Opens Its Eyes

One of the biggest urban surveillance systems in the world goes live in central London this month, prompted not by fears of terrorism but traffic that averages less than 16 kilometers an hour.

Investigators Locate Shuttle's Nose Cone

Investigators have made an important discovery in their hunt for rubble from space shuttle Columbia, locating its nose cone in a heavily wooded area of eastern Texas.

U.S. Bombers on N. Korea Alert

The Pentagon has alerted American bomber crews that they could be sent to the Pacific as a message to North Korea that the United States remains prepared for military action in the region.

Phil Spector Arrested in Murder Case

Acclaimed music producer Phil Spector was arrested for investigation of murder after police found a woman shot to death at his castle-like mansion.

Plan Calls for $842M to Go to SEC Coffers

The White House on Monday announced the details of what officials said is the largest proposed budget increase in the history of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Bush's Budget Proposes Deficits

Bush's budget proposal forecasts a deficit of $304 billion in the current fiscal year, and projects a deficit of $307 billion for fiscal 2004.

A New 'Superleague' for European Clubs?

European soccer's elite clubs are considering turning the Champions League into a two-division ""superleague.""

Tchuisse: Moscow Is Dangerous for Blacks

Former Spartak Moscow defender Jerry-Christian Tchuisse says he was too scared to walk the streets of the Russian capital because he is black.

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