Dan Burton hoped his campaign finance hearings would air a split between Janet Reno and Louis Freeh. Instead, he got a fully supportive Freeh -- at least in public.
Global Warming Goes Down to the Wire
There's only a day left in Kyoto to come to agreement on keeping carbon dioxide emissions down. The Chairman's optimistic, but developing nations aren't coming on board.
Disturbing the Dead
As Democratic donor Larry Lawrence's body is disinterred from Arlington National Cemetery, will the most macabre scandal to grip the Clinton administration backfire on the GOP?
A Grim Oracle for Tech Stocks
Lingering Asian flu leaves software giant Oracle looking positively pallid: the firm lost a third of its value today. Is it the first of many victims?
The Real Yahooligans
The Internet's most popular search engine is hacked into. Should you be worried about logic bombs in your hard drive?
FORTUNE Business Report delivers the inside stuff on the day's trading. Tonight: Oracle in agony, nuttiness at Yahoo, and Phillip Morris Europe goes up in smoke.
Bursting Branson's Balloon
The British billionaire and Virgin-owning playboy is at it again, trying to fly round the world in a balloon. The balloon itself, evidently, had different ideas.
Sprewell Apologizes to Carlisimo
Backed by his agent, the NBA players association and his new lawyer Johnnie Cochran, Latrell Sprewell used his first public statements since choking coach P.J. Carlisimo to apologize for his actions. Then he tried to wriggle out of his league-mandated punishment: "I feel 10 years of hard work shouldn't be taken away for one mistake. My career didn't happen overnight and I don't feel it should be taken away overnight."
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The Decline and Fall of America's Team
It's Big Trouble in Big D as America's Team becomes America's Patsies. Up next: Coach Jerry Jones?
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