Tomorrow's News: Tuesday, August 18

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Few people have needed a vacation as much as President Clinton will in his post-grand jury state. Luckily, he has two weeks scheduled in Martha's Vineyard starting tomorrow, a day before his 52nd birthday.

While the U.S. continues the hunt for the African embassy bombers, Madeleine Albright takes over as the public face of the Administration, making show-of-support stops in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi.

That screaming, raucous pit that is the Chicago Board of Trade's public face could go the way of $40 per trade commissions if members vote tomorrow on a proposal that would radically alter the exchange's 'open outcry' system by augmenting it with an electronic, paperless trading system.