Monday, March 9, 1998

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  • Black America and Clinton Sex Scandal

    Some of the most powerful African Americans in the country are major players in the Clinton scandals.

  • Corporate America Discusses Business in Cuba

    More than 50 business executives from the United States traveled to Havana this weekend to explore trade and investment prospects in Cuba. The trip brought together executives from big corporations like Caterpillar, Texaco, Mobil Oil, Continental Grain, Pharmacia, and Upjohn.

  • Military Seeks to Expand Presence On Puerto Rico

    Last week’s heated Congressional debate on Puerto Rico threw the national spotlight on what is America’s oldest and largest colony. In the middle of crucial shipping lanes, and strategically positioned in the northeastern part of the Caribbean, for the last 100 years Puerto Rico has been an important U.S. military site.

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