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Tuesday, August 15, 2000
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Both Clintons Praise Al Gore
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - President Clinton, basking in adulation on Monday's opening day of the Democratic convention, declared he was leaving a richer, better America and urged voters to pass the presidential torch to Al Gore. 
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Gore Heads to Convention, Challenges Bush
ST. LOUIS (Reuters) - The Democratic presidential team of Al Gore and Joseph Lieberman barnstormed across Middle America on the way to their party convention, evoking Democratic heroes past with old-fashioned populist slogans. 
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Murdoch to Expand Empire with Chris-Craft
NEW YORK (Reuters) - News Corp. Ltd. (NCP.AX) on Monday said it had agreed to buy TV station owner Chris-Craft Industries Inc. for $5.35 billion, creating a U.S. television powerhouse that expands Rupert Murdoch's highly profitable strategy of owning two stations in one city. 
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Navy Says Russian Submarine Crew Is Alive
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The crew of the crippled nuclear submarine lying at the bottom of the Barents Sea is alive after Sunday's accident, a spokesman for Russia's Northern Fleet said Tuesday. 
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Ex-Led Zep Page's Back Injury Cancels Crowes Gigs
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, enjoying a career renaissance by touring with American rock band the Black Crowes, has suffered a back injury that has forced the hot combo to scrap their current tour, organizers said on Monday.
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Rams Re-Sign Receiver to $40M Deal
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Isaac Bruce parlayed a superb season into a huge contract, signing a six-year, $40 million extension with the St. Louis Rams on Monday.
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Broadcom to Buy NewPort for $1.28 Billion in Stock
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chip maker Broadcom Corp. on Monday took another step in its aggressive growth plan, buying privately held NewPort Communications Inc. for $1.28 billion in stock as part of an expansion into the fast-growing fiber optics communications business.
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Panel Urges Clinton Not to Halt NTT-Verio Deal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. panel charged with reviewing the proposed acquisition of Internet services provider Verio Inc. by Japan's NTT Communications has recommended President Clinton does not block the $5.5 billion deal, a source familiar with the situation said late on Monday.
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Scientists Find Possible Third Breast Cancer Gene
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers say they may have identified a third gene involved in breast cancer and said it might be responsible for a significant number of hereditary breast cancers.
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Alternative Therapies May Help Cancer Patients Cope
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Cancer patients who use alternative medicines are no more likely than other cancer patients to stop their standard treatments, results of an Austrian survey show.
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Surprise Twist Sinks Mystery Writers' Conference
BOGOTA (Reuters) - A former security agent in Colombia has come up with the perfect plot -- exploit the country's rampant crime by offering it to mystery writers as inspiration for novels or screenplays.
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Sand artist Cathy Colvin does some touch-up work on a sand sculpture of the Great Wall of China being prepared at the State Fair in Sacramento, Calif., Monday, Aug. 14th. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
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