The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Senate Bolton blow to Bush
The Bush administration suffered a stinging defeat last night when Republican senators failed to force through the contentious nomination of the conservative hawk John Bolton as America’s next ambassador to the UN. ...  | Read.. 
Snooping on UK smokers
New powers effectively criminalising smoking in public were announced by the government yesterday, with the minister in charge promising an “intelligence-led approac ...  | Read.. 
Mississippi Klansman convicted
Accused Ku Klux Klansman Edgar Ray Killen was found guilty of manslaughter today in the 1964 killings of three civil rights workers, a case that outraged much of the country ...  | Read.. 
Nepal radio ‘silences’ censors
Banned from broadcasting news since February’s royal coup, Nepali radio reporters have found a new way to get their bulletins out: loudspeaker. ...  | Read.. 
Love bug: Lindsay Lohan in a scene from her new film Herbie Fully Loaded. (Reuters)
Capital offence
French ire
Chimp’s ‘quasihuman’ art
The art world, confusing at the best of times, took another right-angled lurch at Bonhams aucti..  | Read.. 
United fight against HIV
GlaxoSmithKline Plc is to develop an experimental AIDS vaccine in collaboration with a non-profit g..  | Read..