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Court Refuses to Postpone McVeigh Execution Date
By DAVID JOHNSTON
After a federal court rejected his most recent appeal, Timothy J. McVeigh abandoned all efforts to postpone his execution, scheduled for Monday.

California Gets a Reprieve as Power Prices Fall
By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.
Despite the possibility of summer blackouts and other factors that could raise prices again, over the past two weeks, energy prices in California have dropped sharply.

Jury Awards $6.4 Million in Killings Tied to Drug
By PHILIP J. HILTS
A Wyoming jury has awarded $6.4 million to the family of a man who killed three relatives and himself after taking the antidepressant Paxil.

Judge Rules War Memorial Plans May Proceed
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A federal judge ruled against opponents of a World War II memorial, rejecting their request to postpone construction on the National Mall contending it bypasses the review process in the courts.

Boeing Finds Wiring Damage to 10 737's; F.B.I. Is Called In
By MATTHEW L. WALD
The discovery of wire damage to 10 Boeing 737's has company officials suspicious of deliberate intention to damage the aircraft.

For Jeb Bush, a Likely Re-election Race About Big Brother
By DANA CANEDY
Jeb Bush, who is expected to announce his candidacy for re-election as Florida's governor, may have to face running in the political shadow of his brother, President Bush.

News Analysis: Tax Cut Becomes Law, for Now
By DAVID E. ROSENBAUM
Even before President Bush signed the tax bill into law at a White House ceremony, the politicians were talking about how to revise it.


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