A defining day for campaign finance reform: Former Clinton aide Harold Ickes slugs it out with Fred Thompson over those coffee klatches (TIME Daily), while the McCain-Feingold bill is effectively killed in the Senate (TIME Daily)
A PEOPLE Daily Exclusive: Get ready for Diana, the blockbuster movie (TIME Daily)
Rupert Murdoch's media empire came under fire after Diana's death. Now Murdoch is shooting back (TIME Daily)
In Northern Ireland, all sides sit down to talk peace for the first time in more than 70 years (Reuters)
While the leader of Hamas sets his terms for peace (TIME Daily), Benjamin Netanyahu claims responsibility over Israel's botched hit on a Hamas official (Reuters)
Sun is suing Microsoft for false advertising, while Ralph Nader becomes the latest to launch an investigation into the software giant's business practices (Netly News)
And it's thanks, but no Yanks, as Cleveland marches ahead in baseball's postseason (TIME Daily).