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US economy top guns resign in shakeup
President George W. Bush launched the biggest shakeup of his two-year-old administration today, pushing out gaffe-prone treasury secretary Paul O’Neill and top White House economic adviser Lawrence Lindsey. ...  | Read.. 
 
US children books head for Cuba
The US government will ship children’s books to Cuba, hoping stories like A Chair for My Mother and The Absent-Minded Toad may bring a wider world to the commun ...  | Read.. 
 
House to house, Sydney fights fire
Engulfed in choking, blinding smoke, firefighters fought flames house to house in northern Sydney today as gale-force winds whipped up fierce bushfires threatening scores of ...  | Read.. 
 
Cherie says sorry for ties with conman
Cherie Blair was forced to apologise last night after admitting that she had been helped by a convicted fraudster, Peter Foster, to buy two flats in Bristol at a discount ...  | Read.. 
 
A file picture of US treasury secretary Paul O’Neill (left) and President George Bush. (Reuters)
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Winona escapes jail
Oscar-nominated actress Winona Ryder was spared jail time today for her felony shoplifting convicti..  | Read.. 
Diane Lane stops being Unfaithful in Italy
Dodging scooters and the admiring stares of shopkeepers, Diane Lane is living it up on location in ..  | Read.. 
 
Iraq report on arms today
Iraq will give the UN a several thousand page document tomo ...  | Read..