- Making News: Martha Stewart-s Plea Fails
Martha Stewart will plead innocent and go to trail if she is formally charged with insider training, says her attorney. Stewart failed to strike a deal with federal authorities probing her December, 2001 sale of ImClone, which came a day before the Food and Drug Administration held up approval of the cancer drug. Joshua Chaffin of Financial Times says an indictment could come as early as tomorrow.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Presidential Candidate Howard Dean
The son of a financier, Howard Dean grew up on Park Avenue, went to Yale, then became a doctor and moved to Vermont, where he entered politics and served as governor for eleven years. The first Democrat to establish a presidential organizing committee, 54 year-old Dean talks about Iraq, the Middle East, healthcare, the budget, and what it will take to beat George Bush in 2004.
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