- Newsmaker: Sharon Comes to Washington - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is in Washington to seek President Bush's endorsement that peace talks remain on hold pending a cessation of Mid East violence. Henry Siegman, of the Council on Foreign Relations, assesses the peculiar chemistry of US-Israeli-Palestinian relations and the potential for renewed peace talks.
- Reporter's Notebook: DNA and American Obsession With Ancestry - After gardening, genealogy is the most popular hobby in America. When The New Yorker's John Seabrook went on a search for his past, he unearthed some futuristic ethical dilemmas. He found that a successful - and complete -- search requires far more than the biological relationship one identified by DNA.
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