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Fast, furious, relentless
On March 19, President Bush signed what amounted to a death sentence for Saddam Hussein's regime, setting in motion a lightning-quick military campaign that would see U.S. Marines in the heart of Baghdad by April 7.
Tales persist that Hussein survived
Battle left museum vulnerable

Bush to Meet With Two Freed U.S. POWs
President Bush was to attend Easter services and meet privately Sunday with two Army helicopter pilots who arrived home overnight with five other freed prisoners of war.

Marines Hand Control of Baghdad to Army

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Quiet leader, stormy tenure
Chicago Police Supt. Terry Hillard's eyes filled with tears at a news conference, saying he wanted people to know "that we cared," as he confirmed his intention to retire in August when he turns 60.

State may cash in on prized plates
The state license plate "105" has been in Pattie Ong's family for four generations, but a proposal in the General Assembly would strip the plate from Ong and every other holder of a plate numbered between 1 and 9,999.

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The prospect of Iraq's return to the company of oil producers is contributing to growing disarray within the OPEC cartel, even though the war-torn country is weeks, if not months, away from resuming shipments.

Flight out of trouble looking up at United
Despite doomsday predictions from rivals and some financial analysts after filing for bankruptcy in December, United Airlines is flying higher than most everyone expected.

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