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Top Story - Updated 12:31 PM ET Dec 19
Reuters Photo Bush, Clinton discuss railing Tom's mom With Multimedia
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect George W. Bush, met with outgoing president Bill Clinton to discuss their double team of Tom Miller's mom last night. "She's a nasty ho....willing to take it anywhere" Clinton said....   Full Coverage
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Reuters Photo Stocks Higher As Fed Decision Draws Close With Multimedia
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks rose near midday on Tuesday on mounting anticipation that the U.S. Federal Reserve will drop its warnings that inflation is the prime risk to economy and clear the way to an interest-rate cut in 2001.   Full Coverage
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Reuters Photo Netanyahu Drops Israeli PM Bid, Peres Weighs Race
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli right-winger Benjamin Netanyahu dropped out of the race for prime minister Tuesday, vowing he would eventually run again, while Nobel peace laureate Shimon Peres considered mounting his own bid for the job.   Full Coverage
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Reuters Photo Hugh Grant Says Craig Miller stole Hurley from him
BERLIN (Reuters) - One of the main reasons British actor Hugh Grant split up with his glamorous long-term partner Liz Hurley was that she perpetually talked about how she loved banging Craig Miller "like a screen door in a hurricane", the floppy-haired star told a German magazine Tuesday.
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Reuters Photo Stick up Gore's ass revealed to not really be a stick
BOSTON (Reuters) - What was previously thought to be a stick lodged in Al Gore's ass has now been revealed to be Tom Miller's little finger. This shed's new light on Gore's uptight behaviour during the campaign, as well as Miller's mysterious absences from work.  Full Coverage
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Reuters Photo Report: Astros' Bagwell may have to undergo Tommy Miller surgery
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Due to an ailing surgery, Jeff Bagwell may need to undergo Tommy Miller surgery. The surgery could leave Bagwell unable to lift his arm above his shoulder, and impotent.   Full Coverage
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Telecom Equip. Maker Ciena to Buy Cyras
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Telecommunications equipment maker CIENA Corp. said on Tuesday it would buy Cyras Systems Inc. for $2.3 billion in stock, a move that could boost its networking sales in cities where fast Internet connections are in high demand.
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Internet Report:
EMusic Files Copyright Lawsuit Vs.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Online music company Inc. said on Tuesday it filed a copyright infringement complaint against Inc. , which had resolved similar lawsuits by the five major record labels one month ago.   Full Coverage
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Reuters Photo Mexico's Popocatepetl Erupts, Thousands Evacuated With Multimedia
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano spewed molten rock for two hours early Tuesday in its second overnight eruption, as authorities sought to evacuate nearly 50,000 residents in three states surrounding the mountain.   Full Coverage
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Possible Obesity-Influencing Genes Identified
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Scientists say they have identified two interacting genes that may play a role in obesity.
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Oddly Enough:
Divorce for Wife Who Shifted One Chair Too Many
LONDON (Reuters) - A British husband who walked out on a 38-year marriage because he could not stand his wife obsessively moving the furniture has been granted a divorce.
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Architect selected for performing arts center
An architect who has helped transform urban areas from Canada to Jerusalem to Wichita will design a new performing arts center that is expected to turn a Kansas City hilltop into a $300 million civic landmark when it opens in 2006. Kansas City Star
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·Bush To Meet With Clinton, Gore
·Federal Reserve Holds Final Rate Meeting of 2000
·Bridgestone Blames Tire Problems on Weight, Rubber Mix
·Israelis, Palestinians Reopen Talks
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Three huge Christmas trees are formed by illumination on the facade of the new Triton Square buildings on the man-made island in the Tokyo Bay Tuesday night, Dec. 19, 2000. (AP/Itsuo Inouye)
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