Tuesday, December 2, 1997

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  • Kyoto Summit On Global Warming

    The U.S. has shifted its global-warming position at the Summit in Kyoto. The Clinton administration says it would consider "differentiation," setting varying target emissions levels for different countries.

  • Light Truck Emissions: License to Pollute?

    If you drive a mini-van, you have a license to pollute. That was the subject of a front page piece in the Sunday New York Times called

  • Johnny Gammage Case

    Thirty-two jurors of a 34 member jury pool were selected for the retrial of two white police officers accused of killing black businessman Johnny Gammage. Police Lt. Milton Mulholland and Officer Michael Albert, both white, are charged with involuntary manslaughter.

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