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Arab Delegates Endorse Saudi's Mideast Peace Plan
By NEIL MacFARQUHAR
Arab leaders endorsed a Saudi-inspired Mideast peace plan and an Israeli spokesman cautiously welcomed the initiative.
Audio: The Times's Neil MacFarquhar
Text: Arab Peace Initiative
Video: Arab Summit | Arab Reaction

News Analysis: After a Dire Day, Trying to See Beyond Revenge
By SERGE SCHMEMANN
While few doubted that Israel would seek revenge, some think Wednesday's suicide bombing might just provide the jolt needed finally to call a halt to the bloodshed.
Bomb Kills at Least 20 in Israel
Bush's Diplomacy Yields Few Promising Signs

U.S. to Seek Death Penalty Against Moussaoui
By TERENCE NEILAN
The U.S. will seek the death penalty against Zacarias Moussaoui, charged in the Sept. 11 attacks, the attorney general announced today.

Polish Bishop Resigns in Sex Case
By JOHN TAGLIABUE
Pope John Paul II accepted the resignation today of a Polish archbishop accused of making advances toward seminarians in his diocese.
For Priests, Days of Hope in Time of Trouble

Arab Delegates Endorse Saudi's Mideast Peace Plan
(AP)
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, right, head of Iraq's delegation to the Arab summit, and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Abdullah, embraced in a gesture of reconciliation 11 years after the Gulf War. Go to Article

INTERNATIONAL
Paris Gunman Commits Suicide, Police Say

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U.S. Airman Convicted of Rape in Case That Strained Japan Ties

OBITUARIES
Milton Berle, TV's First Star as 'Uncle Miltie,' Dies at 93

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Walter Hewlett Sues to Void Compaq Vote

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Supreme Court Roundup: Justices Uphold Verdict Against Killer Represented by Victim's Ex-Lawyer

For Priests, Days of Hope in Time of Trouble

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POLITICS

Bush Signs Campaign Bill, Then Opens Money Tour

Energy Industry's Recommendations to Bush Became National Policy

Washington: Bush Diplomacy Yields Few Promising Signs

HEALTH

Patients Surge and Hospitals Hunt for Beds

AIDS Researcher Fauci Wins Prize

Mental Health: Thousands in Manhattan Needed Therapy After Attack, Study Finds

SCIENCE

How It Works: A Tracking System That Calls Balls and Strikes

What's Next: Don't Point, Just Think: The Brain Wave as Joystick

Talking Green vs. Making Green

ARTS

Dudley Moore, Comic Charmer, Dies at 66

Arts Abroad: In Pristine Grandeur, a Sublime Presence

Vargas Llosa Keeps a Latin American Literary Boom Booming

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In the New Dinner Theater, the Kitchen Comes to the Table

This Blessed Plot, This Realm of Tea, This Marmalade

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For Chilean Coup, Kissinger Is Numbered Among the Hunted

Disaster: Afghans Grapple With Quake Toll and More Misery

Saudi's Plea to Israel and Arabs: Accept 'Land for Peace'

N.Y. REGION

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Racial Gap in Test Scores Found Across New York

Mental Health: Thousands in Manhattan Needed Therapy After Attack, Study Finds

SPORTS

Nets 88, Sixers 80: Nets Cure Road Jitters Against Sixers

Flyers 4, Rangers 2: Blackburn Stands as Rangers Lose

On Pro Football: Jim Brown Is Prisoner on His Own Terms

TECHNOLOGY

Walter Hewlett Sues to Void Compaq Vote

Palm Says Antitrust Case Got Microsoft's Attention

As the Web Matures, Fun Is Hard to Find

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The Many Accents of Chicago's Wicker Park

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Making a New Home Where Darkness Fell

Seducing Paris, a Cafe at a Time

Room to Improve: Eyeing the Forgotten Fifth Wall

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1979: America's worst commercial nuclear accident occurred inside the Unit Two reactor at the Three Mile Island plant near Middletown, Pa. (See this front page.)
1899: August Busch, the American businessman who built Anheuser-Busch into the world's largest brewery, was born. (Read about his life.)
1863: Harper's Weekly featured a cartoon about the Civil War. (See the cartoon.)

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