- Newsmaker: Was Crash of American Flight 587 An Accident? - The National Transportation Safety Board is continuing its investigation into yesterday's New York crash of American Airlines flight 587. Chris Yates, aviation security editor for Jane's Information Group in London, says evidence points to a mechanical failure although, in the aftermath of September 11, terrorist sabotage can't yet be ruled out.
- Reporter's Notebook: Bush-Putin Summit Begins - The summit meeting between US President George Bush and Russia's Vladimir Putin has begun, and they've held their first joint public appearance. Stan Crock, senior staff writer for Business Week, details the highlights of the joint meeting, including progress on the anti-ballistic missile treaty.
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