Rival Afghan guerrillas have a deal. For a day.The...

On the other hand

April 27, 1992|By DAN BERGER

Rival Afghan guerrillas have a deal. For a day.

The election could turn on judicial appointments, health care, the deficit, affirmative action, unemployment, crime, the banking crisis and pollution. George means it to be about free trade with Mexico, and good luck to him.

This week, Clinton wants to make peace, demobilize the forces and invade Cuba. He must be in Florida.

Cameras in space have snapshots of the Big Bang. In the beginning, there was Nothing. Then it exploded.

Hayden wants to go half-way on the piggyback increase. Why have half the people angry when you can get all of them angry?

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