Informed Sources: Sep. 19, 1994

And in a Previous Lifetime ...

WASHINGTON -- Air Force Lieut. Colonel Randy May is charged with 26 counts of negligent homicide for his role in the downing of two U.S. helicopters over northern Iraq last April. The charges are not his first "official" recognition from the military. More than three years ago, during the Gulf War, May downed an Iraqi Hind helicopter in the same area and received a Distinguished Flying Cross for his "professional competence, aerial skill and devotion to duty."

Meanwhile, as the Tobacco Wars Raged On ...

WASHINGTON -- Is nicotine a drug or not? Both Congress...

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