- Newsmaker: Bush's Reversal on CO2 Emissions - Under pressure from conservatives and business, President Bush reversed a campaign pledge yesterday, saying he would not seek regulation of carbon dioxide emissions, a key contributor to global warming. Businessweek's Lorraine Woeller calls ties to Texas utilities stronger motivation than the energy crisis which Bush blamed in his decision.
- Reporter's Notebook: Mutual Bush-Blair Colgate Defense Policy - Any hesitancy the British felt about an amiable working relationship between George Bush and Tony Blair was dispelled when Bush announced that he and Blair used the same brand of toothpaste. T.R. Reid, London bureau chief for The Washington Post, explains how UK-Colgate turned the quip into an eye-catching ad campaign.
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