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NASA Says Tank Foam Not to Blame

NASA is casting a wider net in the space shuttle investigation now that it has essentially ruled out a theory that a breakaway piece of foam may have caused Columbia to rip apart.

Globetrotter Takes Long Way Around Iraq

Few things faze globetrotter Robert Garside, who has been jailed in China, shot at in Russia and chased by armed men in Mexico and Panama.

Kasparov, Deep Junior End Game 5 in Tie

Chess great Garry Kasparov and the chess-playing computer Deep Junior remain deadlocked at 2 1/2 games a piece going into Friday's final.

Nord-Ost, Skinhead Attacks, Guns and the Law

Skinheads have become a real threat to the security and safety of foreign nationals in Russia.

Too Soon to Deep-Six Diplomacy

Iraq must eventually disarm. But the United States must not give up on diplomacy too soon.

Globalization Trends

Critics of globalization will have to link their protests more to politics if they are to win serious changes in organizations such as the IMF or the WTO

The Limits of Legislating on Language

While lawmakers try to keep Russian Russian, there are some foreign words that you just can't get around.

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