- Newsmaker: Denver in a Hot Spot
While mass evacuations are still possible in the suburbs of Denver, that potentially devastating wildfire has slowed its spread, at least momentarily. Reporter Michael Booth, who can see the fire from his window at the Denver Post, reports on the cause and devastation of this and eight other major conflagrations that are blazing across the Rocky Mountain state.
- Reporter's Notebook: Death of Gambino Crime Boss John Gotti
The boss of one of the nation's largest and most influential organized crime families is dead at the age of 61. John Gotti died yesterday of cancer in federal prison. Pulitzer Prize-winning Newsday columnist Jimmy Breslin offers a surprising assessment of the legend known as the "Teflon Don."
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