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Way down in Georgia last month, REM lead singer Michael Stipe paused in the middle of a solo during a rock concert because he had Kansas on his mind.
Just before Christmas in 1997, as a tumultuous stock-market crisis ravaged emerging markets in every corner of the globe, readers of the Wall Street Journal were treated to some good news:
Indonesia's scorched-earth compliance with international pressure on East Timor has left Dili, the capital, in ruins, displaced some 100,000 people to refugee camps under the control of the bruta
An abbreviated version of this article appeared in the October 4, 1999 issue.
After the war life will begin to stir once again, but we won't be here, we will have vanished just as the Aztecs have vanished.
Buchanan hints he's leaving.
The GOP says, "Stay!"
They fear that he'd be draining
The wacko vote away.
Residents of Skaneateles, New York, complained to visiting reporters about the Clintons' decision to make themselves relatively scarce on their recent vacation.
Research support was provided by the Open Society Institute and the Investigative Fund of The Nation Institute.
Most of the media regard the coy refusal of George W.
Israeli schoolchildren returned to their desks this year to find a new history curriculum.
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