Warriors to Prez:

“Let’s Roll”

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CAMP TRIUMPH, Kuwait—War is a dish best served promptly. As the days get longer and the scorching heat burns hotter, the Marines on standby in the sandy deserts of Kuwait are champing at the bit to get the invasion going. >>>>

THE HUNT FOR OSAMA, THE NOOSE TIGHTENS

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The good news for Osama bin Laden is that he probably won’t have to live in a cold, dank cave along the Afghan-Pakistani border for much longer. The bad news is that he”ll most likely be staying at Hotel Gitmo, awaiting trial for crimes against humanity. >>>>

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POL SAYS BRING WWII SOLDIERS HOME

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WASHINGTON—A Florida Congress-woman says it’s time to bring the troops home: From their graves in traitorous France.
Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite (R., Fl.) introduced a bill yesterday that would allow the families of World War II servicemen to move their loved ones, who were buried in French soil, home to the United States. >>>>

New Iraqi Flags for
the Newly Liberated Iraq

Once Saddam Hussein is deposed, the awakening of a new democracy in the Middle East will mean many changes. For instance, a newly free Iraq may want to fly a new banner. Last week, we asked you, our readers, to send us prospective designs, along with explanations of their meanings. The results are beautiful and inspiring >>>>

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Chalabi Likely Next President of Iraq

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WASHINGTON—Polling of Iraqi exiles by the Washington-based Council For a New Iraq found that by a wide margin, Ahmed Chalabi could expect to become the democratically elected president of Iraq following an American invasion. In a two-man race with dissident and fellow exile Kanan Makiya, Chalabi won by a solid 20-point margin. >>>>

Business

Apple in Danger of Fall From
High Branch

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Is Apple Computer rotten to the core? The maker of colorful desktops that became design icons is performing poorly in the midst of a technology recession. But perhaps the most worrisome sign is where Apple hopes to get its groove back: In the music sector. >>>>

No-Go Pills for Weary War-Watchers

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A good night's sleep can be tough to get under the best of circumstances. But with a war going on, it's become downright impossible for some. >>>>

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Daily Herald Most Emailed

1. THE CAKE DIET: LETS YOU EAT WHATEVER YOU WANT
2. BURNING UP THE FIDDLE, LITTLE VIOLIN VIRTUOSOS
3. MATINEE IDOL GETS CAUGHT WITH HIS PANTS DOWN
4. CONFESSIONS OF THE MORMON MESSIAH KIDNAPPER
5. QUEENS STRIPPER MURDERED IN HER OWN SHOWER
6. PLEA DEAL FOR HUSBAND AND WIFE IN LIRR ORGY CASE
7. ACTRESSES CHOOSE DE LA RENTA FOR OSCAR GLAMOR
8. ROBERT BLAKE TO STAND TRIAL FOR WIFE’S MURDER
9. MILITARY CHIC OVERPOWERS THE FASHION INDUSTRY
10.NO-GO PILLS FOR THE BELEAGUERED WAR WATCHERS

Lifestyle

Don’t Let the War Ruin Your Vacation
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Rest assured—the bombs may be falling on Baghdad, but even Saddam Hussein’s longest-range missiles won’t hit anywhere near the hot Cancun nightclubs: Spring break, in other words, is officially on. >>>>

Gossip

STAR’S ONLY REGRET IS HE CAN’T FIGHT SADDAM
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At the Los Angeles premiere of his latest film, “Hell Can Wait,” studly star Kit Burkins told the press that he would gladly take aim at Saddam, if only he weren’t committed to studio projects into 2004. >>>>

Guessing Game, Rehab Idol?

At least one celebrity better watch his back, or tough guy author James Frey might give him a thunderous beatdown, according to a book to be released next month by Doubleday. >>>>

 

MILITARY CHIC OVERPOWERS THE FASHION INDUSTRY

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Watch out, the invasion has already begun. Not the war to unseat Saddam Hussein, but the invasion of the fashion runway with military-inspired garb is well underway. >>>>

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