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Scientist's Death Rocks Britain

Weapons expert David Kelly apparently killed himself by slashing his left wrist, police confirmed Saturday in a case that has plunged the British government deeper into controversy over the intelligence used to justify war in Iraq.

The Next Debate: al-Qaida's Link

In all the debate over the disputed claims in U.S. President George W. Bush's State of the Union address, we must not forget to scrutinize an equally important, and equally suspect, reason given for toppling Saddam Hussein: Iraq's supposed links to terrorists.

Sovoks Just Keep Talking

The ""Sovok of the Week"" web site was set up in May by ""three homesick sovoks in southeast Michigan.""

Watchdog Pries Open Cheney Energy Papers

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's energy task force appeared to have some interest in early 2001 in Iraq's oil industry, including which foreign companies were pursuing business there, according to documents released by a private watchdog group.

Chinese GDP Soars by 8.2%

China's economy grew by 8.2 percent in the first half of this year despite the SARS outbreak, which hurt airlines and other service businesses, the government announced late last week.

PeopleSoft, J.D. Edwards Merger Trumps Oracle

PeopleSoft Inc. said Friday it had taken control of J.D. Edwards & Co., making a hostile acquisition of PeopleSoft by Oracle Corp. potentially much more difficult.

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