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Military Revolt Rocks Manila

Renegade Philippine soldiers barricaded in an upscale Manila shopping center ended a nearly 19-hour siege Sunday and began returning to barracks, witnesses and negotiators said.

U.S. Forces 'Just Missed' Hussein's Guard

U.S. soldiers based here said they missed catching Saddam Hussein's security chief -- and possibly the former dictator himself -- by a mere 24 hours early Sunday, and south of Baghdad a U.S. Marine was killed in a grenade attack.

Air Force Punishes Boeing for Stealing

The U.S. Air Force has banned Boeing Co. from future satellite-launching contracts to punish the company for stealing sensitive information from a competitor.

U.S. Opens Fraud Investigation Into MCI

Federal prosecutors have opened an investigation in the United States and Canada into accusations that MCI, the United States' second-largest long-distance carrier, defrauded other telephone companies of at least hundreds of millions of dollars over nearly a decade, people involved in the inquiry said.

U.S. Congress Debates New Tax Breaks

Hoping to avert a looming European Union trade war, Congress' top tax writer on Friday unveiled legislation that repeals U.S. export tax subsidies but provides new tax breaks for small manufacturers and U.S. multinational companies.

Dacha Life Is Not Everyone's Cup of Tea

I have lived long enough to know that I am simply not cut out for dacha life.

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