Yahoo! News Yahoo! - Help

Hello, Guest My Yahoo - News Alerts - Sign In
Yahoo! News - Monday, March 25, 2002
Full Coverage
·Mideast Conflict
·Academy Awards
·Bush Administration
All Full Coverage

News Topics
Top Stories
Reuters, AP, The New York Times, USA TODAY, Photos...
Reuters, AP, The New York Times,, Photos...
Reuters, AP, Dow Jones, The New York Times, USA TODAY...
Reuters, USA TODAY, AP
Reuters, E! Online, AP, Variety, The New York Times,, Photos, USA TODAY...
Reuters, CNET, Internet Report, ZDNet, TechWeb, NewsFactor, The New York Times, AP, USA TODAY...
SF Bay Area, L.A., New York, Chicago, DC, Boston, Seattle, Miami ...
AP, Reuters, New York Post, USA TODAY, Photos...
New York Post, Ted Rall, USA TODAY, William F. Buckley, Editorial Cartoons...
Science, AP
AP, HealthSCOUT...
Oddly Enough
Black Voices, College, Dear Abby, Reuters
Site Map

News Features
What's New
Photo Slideshows
Message Boards
Most Popular
More News Features
Top Newspapers' Front Pages, Corrections, Text Version

Y! MobileNews to Go
Yahoo! Mobile: Free News on your pager, PDA, or Phone.
News Alerts: We'll alert you when news stories match your interest
News Bulletins: Get all your Yahoo! News by email

Community Tools
·News Chat
·News Clubs
Web Sites
·News By Region
Top Story - Updated 9:57 AM ET Mar 25
Israel to Decide on Arafat Travel Ban
Mon Mar 25, 9:41 AM ET - (AP)
JERUSALEM (AP) Despite a U.S. push to let Yasser Arafat attend this week's crucial Arab summit, Israel will not lift the travel ban on the Palestinian leader unless he takes decisive steps against militants, an adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Monday. Full Coverage

More Top Headlines:
· Bomber Jets Moved Into U.S. Air Base - (AP)
· Berry, Denzel Make Oscars History - (AP)
· Peacekeepers Under Threat by al-Qaida - (AP)
· Court: S. Africa Must Provide Drugs - (AP)
More Top Stories...

Afghan Authorities Arrest Taliban Commander
Mon Mar 25, 3:04 AM ET - (Reuters)
CHAMAN, Pakistan (Reuters) Afghan authorities have arrested an important Taliban commander in the southern border town of Spinboldak, an official said on Monday.
More World Headlines...

Existing Home Sales Down 2.8 Percent
Mon Mar 25,10:22 AM ET - (Reuters)
WASHINGTON (Reuters) Sales of existing U.S. homes fell 2.8 percent in February but still posted the second-best showing on record, a national real estate trade association said on Monday.
More Business Headlines...

Environmentalists Lose on Energy Bill
Mon Mar 25, 3:24 AM ET - (AP)
WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate was where environmentalists hoped to make their stand on energy policy. But after two weeks of votes and horse-trading, an emerging Democratic energy bill appears to be anything but green.
More Politics Headlines...

Halle Berry Steals Oscar Show
Mon Mar 25, 3:31 AM ET - (Reuters)
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) Halle Berry stole the show at Sunday's Oscars, becoming the first black woman to win a best actress Academy Award and accepting it with a weeping, emotion-filled speech that bought tears to the eyes of her worldwide audience. Full Coverage
More Entertainment Headlines...

Maryland Rounds Out Final Four
Sun Mar 24, 8:08 PM ET - (AP)
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) On a night when Maryland's senior stars led the way, struggling junior Steve Blake hit the shot that sealed a second straight trip to the Final Four. Full Coverage
More Sports Headlines...

Law Limiting Internet in Libraries Challenged
Mon Mar 25, 8:59 AM ET - (The New York Times)
Librarians and their allies are trying to overturn a law passed by Congress requiring schools and libraries to use Internet filtering software.
More Technology Headlines...

U.S. Woman Agrees to Buy First Tongan Space Ticket
Mon Mar 25,12:12 AM ET - (Reuters)
NUKU'ALOFA, Tonga (Reuters) Tonga's ambitious plans to launch a space travel industry have taken off with an American woman aviation pioneer signing up to be the South Pacific archipelago's first space tourist.
More Science Headlines...

Oddly Enough:
Hermit Warming to the Human Touch
Mon Mar 25, 8:35 AM ET - (Reuters)
NEAR SIPOVO, Bosnia (Reuters) After a decade of isolation in the woods of western Bosnia, a hermit with only a bear and a pack of wolves for company seems to be warming to humankind again.
More Oddly Enough Headlines...

Thu Mar 21, 9:01 PM ET - (Ann Coulter)
Despite the growing media consensus that Catholicism causes sodomy, an alternative view -- adopted by the Boy Scouts -- is that sodomites cause sodomy. (Assume all the usual disclaimers here about most gay men not molesting boys, most Muslims being peaceful, and so on.)
More Op/Ed...

Fires Torch New Mexico
The most damaging one, the Kokopelli fire, caused evacuations in several subdivisions and burned down 28 homes and one barn. KOAT
More Local News...
AP Diplomatic Efforts Continue in Middle East
AP Arab Foreign Ministers Meet
Reuters Video
Peres Says Still Chance For Cease-Fire
A-10 'Warthogs' Moved To Afghanistan
NPR ®:
AudioBush Lauds Peru's Vow to Fight Terrorism
AudioHopes for Mideast Truce Fade Amid Bloodshed
AudioOpposition Leaders Arrested in Pakistan
Live Radio

Photo Highlight
Photo Gallery

View Slideshow
New graduates of the Philippine Military Academy throw their hats or "shaku" into the air after the commencement exercise Sunday, March 24, 2002, in Baguio City, Philippines. (AP Photo/ Fernando Zapata Jr.)
Latest Photo Highlights Slideshow

Today in History
In 1989, the nation's worst oil spill occurred as the supertanker Exxon Valdez ran aground on a reef in Alaska's Prince William Sound and began leaking 11 million gallons of crude. See what else happened on this day in history.

Edit My Weather
Chicago, IL*25...30 FSnow Showers
London, UK39...53 FPartly Cloudy
New York, NY32...40 FCloudy
San Francisco, CA46...59 FPartly Cloudy
*indicates severe weather alert
MyAdd to My Yahoo!

News in Other Languages:

Copyright © 2002 Yahoo! Inc. All rights reserved.
Questions or Comments
Privacy Policy - Terms of Service