Today's Headlines

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Buckingham Palace is denying allegations of a royal row over Diana's death (People Daily), while bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones has regained consciousness and is apparently able to talk (Reuters) ... In Northern Ireland, a mystery bomb is a setback for peace talks (TIME Daily) ... Congress is considering a proposal that would have business executives audit the IRS (TIME Daily) ... William Weld is keeping a low profile in the wake of quitting his battle with Senator Jesse Helms (TIME Daily), just as the country he wanted to be ambassador to, Mexico, is praised for its drug-fighting efforts (Reuters) ... Steve Jobs has been named interim CEO of Apple, a position the co-founder said he would never return to (Netly News) ... A Texas law professor is under fire for claiming minority students lack the ability to compete with whites (TIME Daily) ... A Marine fighter jet crashes off North Carolina (Reuters), as the U.S. grounds its fleet of stealth fighters after an air-show crash at the weekend (Reuters) ... August's Consumer Price Index was moderately good news on inflation, but analysts fear an interest rate hike may be ahead (Money Daily) ... NetChannel and Microsoft's WebTV Plus are gearing up for the battle of the browsers-on-the box (Netly News) ... and finally, now that Redux and Fen-phen have been recalled, which diet pills if any should you be taking? (Ask Dr. Weil) .