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++++++++++++++++++++ || || || || Bill Gates || || Chairman and CEO of Microsoft Bill Gates, 42, is the nation's richest man with a net worth of about $50 billion. Gates, who grew up in Seattle with a penchant for computer programming, entered Harvard...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Altair Corporation, Politics, Lawyers, Judges
Sun StaffEarlier this year, two salespeople drove deep into the coal country of southern West Virginia on an improbable mission: selling expensive education software in one of the poorest corners of America. Logan County does not look like promising sales...
Sun StaffAuditors from a federal inspector general's office have begun an investigation of the National Flood Insurance Program's handling of claims from Tropical Storm Isabel, according to flood victims and Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski's office. Two flood victims...
Sun StaffResults tallied by Maryland's 16,000 new electronic voting machines can be trusted in their first statewide test during the March 2 presidential primary, but only with some added security measures, a state official and a consultant told legislators...
In the end, Michael Desposito's family members felt they simply had to have closure. For Samantha Allen's 11 siblings, waiting for grim confirmation of their sister's death has been excruciating. David Peterson could not stop staring at the Pennsylvania...
Tribune staff reporterIn the two weeks since President Bush declared that the U.S. would launch a new kind of war against terrorism, tens of thousands of citizens have answered that call by applying to be spy handlers, FBI translators and others on the front lines of the...
Tags: Transportation, George W. Bush, Terrorism, Employment, Crimes
Of Columbia Windham High School University of Massachusetts SATs: 640v, 780m Rensselaer Math and Science Medal; American Math Competition, third place; Math Team; Windham Players (drama); Windham Theatre Guild; marching band, drum major; concert band;...
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - In the late 1990s, Raied al-Alani was earning about $25 a month teaching computer programming at Rafidain College here. He had a doctorate in statistics, a wife and three children. And he wanted to make more money and better provide for...
Sun StaffAs the Senate considers passage tonight of legislation that would require the state's new electronic voting machines to produce paper records of cast ballots, bill opponents warn that a paper trail could jeopardize the validity of future elections and...
Tags: Voting Machines, Voting, Crimes, Elections, Politics
- The top line is the race number and race conditions, followed by post time, then the category headings - Starting with the next line are the horses, listed by saddle cloth number (same as what is in the program). The top seven horses are listed in the...
Chicago TribuneWith Chicago's thoroughbred season in full swing, the Tribune's handicapper, Liam Durbin, will use his computer program to produce the ratings for the meet at Arlington Park. Durbin has proven himself on the Chicago circuit by picking for the Sun-Times...
Sun StaffSecond in a series of occasional articles WHILE IN the hospital for three weeks last fall, first fighting for his life and later fighting to squelch the phantom pains of a newly amputated finger, Matt Hitt had a lot of time to think. He thought about...
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