- Newsmaker: Jacques Rogge Named Olympic President - Except for America's Avery Brundage, the International Olympic Committee has always been lead by Europeans, a trend that appeared likely to change when the 2008 Games went to China. But, says the Los Angeles Times' Alan Abrahamson, President Juan Antonio Samaranch managed to call the shots one last time.
- Reporter's Notebook: The Politics of Immigrant Amnesty - Secretary of State Colin Powell and Attorney General John Ashcroft are considering legalizing the status of more than three million undocumented Mexicans living in the US. Tim Padgett, of Time magazine, expounds on the enormous political consequences of what may be the administration's move to court the Mexican-American vote.
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