The West Coast turns out to be as fatal to foreign...

On the other hand

March 29, 1994|By DAN BERGER

The West Coast turns out to be as fatal to foreign tourists as the East and Gulf Coasts.

Tornadoes were sent to mop up any part of the Southeast that missed the ice storms last month.

The trouble with strong-man government, as in Mexico, is that the lone assassin is the strongest man.

Don't look now, but two nuclear powers, Russia and Ukraine, are heading to war over Crimea, over which wars have been fought before . . .

Bill faces only two obstacles to his foreign policy: the Republicans and the Democrats.

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