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What happened on September 02, 2002
Young Latinos at risk for health problems Children are missing out on care, a study shows. Language and poverty are barriers.
By Marina Walker INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Unforgettable photograph continues to inspire a nation
By Lillian Swanson
U.S. security, war in Iraq grab spotlight on Capitol Hill Those are just two of the issues as Congress' recess ends and elections near. Some fear that gridlock will prevail.
By James Kuhnhenn INQUIRER WASHINGTON BUREAU
'No' votes being felt in schools The rejection of budgets in the spring has led to the cutting of staff and supplies.
By Melanie Burney and Jake Wagman INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Powell's remarks on Iraq at odds with Cheney's
By Tony Pugh INQUIRER WASHINGTON BUREAU
Partners ruling blocks Council creativity again
By L. Stuart Ditzen INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After basketball, a pizza is great
By Paddy Noyes FOR THE INQUIRER
Safeguards for Labor Day grilling
By Aparna Surendran INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Hooked on photonics You can only go so far with an electron, the principal tool of computers and the information age. So scientists are now casting their eyes at photons, light itself.
By Robert S. Boyd INQUIRER WASHINGTON BUREAU
A holiday earned with toil and sweat They called her Mother Jones: A life spent dignifying work
By Peter Gibbon
For summertime, too, the leaving isn't easy
By Marian Reich
Culprit in anthrax attacks still elusive Concern grows that whoever sent the contaminated letters will never be caught. The attacks did result in stepped-up efforts against bioterrorism.
By Marie McCullough INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Long odds for third parties The Green and Libertarian candidates for the governorship run grass-roots races.
By Chris Gray and Matthew P. Blanchard INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
A holiday earned with toil and sweat Europeans get big vacations; What do Americans receive?
By Arthur J. Magida
A holiday earned with toil and sweat But too many of us don't get this day off
By Dean Baker and Helene Jorgensen
The Empty Nest
Teacher talks end, classes canceled
By Connie Langland INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Source says Fisher aide told board it should sell Hershey
By Wendy Tanaka and Thomas Fitzgerald INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
GOP hopes for midterm upset
By Steven Thomma INQUIRER WASHINGTON BUREAU
Honor by actions The last year has been a celebration of working people - often just in words.
A holiday earned with toil and sweat The labor of the mind should be honored, too
By Fredric Hamber
Neighborhood grieves for 'Village Mom' Jacqueline Miller was killed when a car plowed into a block party. Neighbors say she died as she lived: Protecting children.
By Benjamin Y. Lowe INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
They make wit using their wits These troupe members take the stage with little more than quick minds and a willingness to be silly.
By Sandy Bauers INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A cause for 4 paws: Annual retreat aids golden retrievers "Goldstock 2002" mixed sport and fun with fund-raising for neglected dogs.
By Walter F. Naedele INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Hershey: Fisher's kiss of death? If he can't prevent the firm's sale, his chances for governor could be at risk.
By Thomas Fitzgerald INQUIRER HARRISBURG BUREAU
McCoy Tyner tribute turns out to be overhyped, underjazzed
By Nathaniel Friedman FOR THE INQUIRER
Off to college, but 'I'll love you forever'
By Doug Otto
Baby formula's hot in underground market Expensive, easy to get rid of, and in demand.
By Gaiutra Bahadur INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Israeli Arabs' alleged role in suicide attack roils nation
By Michael Matza INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Men of WWII worry about what may come Merrill's Marauders know how risky a ground campaign could be.
By Tom Infield INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A major Fringe event of major strange inscrutability
By Douglas J. Keating INQUIRER THEATER CRITIC
Delta flight incident is investigated
By Peter Sigal INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
LeClair cleared for the opening of Flyers' camp
By Tim Panaccio INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Birds ax Martin's rivals at fullback
By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Phillies Shine at Shea Rain fails to dampen march to respectability
By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Glanville gets back to baseball - and mulling his future
By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Byrd socks 2 HRs in Scranton's win; Reading is routed
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Radnor's Cohan will find shortest route to the hole The defending district champ knows all the angles.
By Joe Santoliquito INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Ex-Bird Peete replaces Weinke as the Panthers' starting QB
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Hawks keep perspective after heady rout of Bucks St. Joseph's Prep's 27-7 win over powerful C.B. West was just one game. Senior Pat Kaiser was the star.
By Rick O'Brien INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Wiseman's Ferry can set pace at Phila. Park The colt is likely the only horse with early speed, giving it the opportunity to rule today's Pa. Derby.
By Craig Donnelly INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Prospects for work fade with economy Firms are slow to hire, and benefits run out.
By Jane M. Von Bergen INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
No holes in growth of Krispy Kreme The company's fortunes are soaring. As it expands out of the Southeast, the Phila. region is a target.
By Tom Belden INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
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