The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sarkozy gains edge but fresh round looms
Conservative leader Nicolas Sarkozy finished first in the opening round of France’s presidential election today and will meet his Socialist rival Segolene Royal in a run-off vote, television polls said. ...  | Read.. 
Office politics in Nasa attack
A mediocre job review led a space engineer to buy a gun, then kill a co-worker he blamed for the appraisal and himself at Nasa’s Johnson Space Center (JSC), police said ...  | Read.. 
Shooter’s deadly footprint on eBay
The Virginia Tech killer went to the Internet less than a month before last Monday’s massacre to get ammunition clips that fit one of the two handguns he used in the ram ...  | Read.. 
Gore building secret team
Friends of Al Gore have secretly started assembling a campaign team in preparation for the former American Vice-President to make a fresh bid for the White House. ...  | Read.. 
Iraq snatch threat to Harry
Iraqi militia groups have drawn up detailed plans to seize Britain’s Prince Harry as a hostage or even try and assassinate him when he arrives in the strife-torn country ...  | Read.. 
Maoists grab king’s land
Nepal’s Maoists have begun seizing “royal properties” in the capital, blaming the government for failing to nationalise the properties of the king. ...  | Read.. 
A picnic being held on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg on Saturday. Hundreds of students, faculty members and residents attended the event afte ...  | Read
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Wi-Fi spots open to snoops
No one in the evening crowd at a Starbucks in Pasadena knew Humphrey Cheung...  | Read.. 
Cash-for-access scandal
A secret long-term strategy by New Labour to lure and reward major party donors, which culminat..  | Read..