- Newsmaker: Blair's Visit to Bush
Britain's Prime Minister is the latest head of government to visit President Bush in Crawford, Texas. Tony Blair arrives just as the President's attention is being diverted from Iraq and Saddam Hussein to the effort for peace in the Middle East. Julian Borger, US correspondent for London's Guardian newspaper, says the results of the meeting at Prairie Chapel Ranch are likely to have international impact.
- Reporter's Notebook: Inside Saddam's Head
What is Saddam Hussein really like? One of the very few people who can claim to know is Mark Bowden, reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer and author of Black Hawk Down. Bowden's "Tales of the Tyrant" in this month's Atlantic Monthly, reveals a great deal about the personal life of one of the world's best known but least familiar figures.
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