TOP NEWS - OCTOBER 1, 2001


A M E R I C A   O N   A L E R T
U.S. Rejects Taliban Overture
Taliban say bin Laden now under their control
A Taliban envoy said discussions might be possible to ease the impasse over Osama bin Laden if the United States offers evidence linking him to the Sept. 11 attacks in New York and at the Pentagon. White House chief of staff Andrew Card replied that "the president has said we're not negotiating." Attorney General John Ashcroft is warning of a "very serious threat" of additional terrorist attacks.

L O C A L   P E R S P E C T I V E
Anger rooted in U.S. policies
Since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, Americans have asked: Why do they hate us? With the horrific TV images still fresh in our minds and war on the horizon, we want to know why extremists wage war on us. Why do crowds in foreign lands take to the streets, burn the Stars and Stripes and cheer our pain?
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Monday, October 1, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 274
[img]When patient dies, her job begins
Sister Anne is a grief counselor for relatives of people who die at the hospital — from fetal and neonatal deaths to deaths from long illnesses or acts of violence.

Stupid baton is passed
The Enquirer's Stupid Department, which opened in 1986 with annual stories under the headline, “Ask a Stupid Question,” is getting a new chief, a new King of Dumb, Prince of Ignorance.
Stupid FAQ

[img]Bengals: 'We gave them the game'
“Nothing against San Diego, they're a good team,” Willie Anderson said, “but we gave them the game. We came in after the game and said, 'Let's put this behind us.'”

LOCAL NEWS
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Hamilton takes a small step forward
New help reaches city
Over-the-Rhine has quiet time
The city's core 'A great place to live'
Fatal crashes drop since DUI change

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds 5, Expos 4
Big weekend opener planned at Keeneland
Despite win, OSU hardly ecstatic
Houston edges Ducks in AHL preseason
NASCAR: Gordon wins, pads series lead

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Workers get time to volunteer
Merwyn may work sales magic
Country, businesses stand tall
Business Notes
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

In my life
Allegiance to flag football
Diverse music top draw at Celtic Festival
Joe Cocker, Guess Who close Riverbend season
'Patterson' will sink; 'Scrubs' will swim

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