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Tuesday, April 4, 2000

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  • Drug War Gravy Train

    The Army colonel once in charge of the U.S. military’s anti-drug efforts in Colombia has been charged with covering up the money laundering activities of his wife, who has pleaded guilty to drug smuggling. [includes rush transcript]

  • Judge Rules Microsoft Is a Monopoly

    A ruling in the Microsoft antitrust case: Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson said the Microsoft is a monopoly, and used anti-competitive means to maintain its power. Jackson says Microsoft attempted to monopolize the Web browser market and unlawfully tied Internet Explorer, its Web browser, to its operating system. And Jackson said the software giant could be sued under state anti-competition laws. [includes rush transcript]

  • Jean Dominique, Director of Radio Haiti, Killed

    Haiti’s democratic movement remained in shock today, just 24 hours after pioneering radio broadcaster and leading activist Jean Dominique was gunned down in the courtyard of his radio station. [includes rush transcript]