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U.S. Army military intelligence officer gets "five" from a child after questioning Iraqi bedouins in the desert of central Iraq Sunday, March 30, 2003. The bedouins welcomed the American soldiers with white flags. The officer asked not to be identified. (John Moore /AP)

Building Trust
Allied soldiers inched toward Baghdad on Sunday and pressed their campaign on a southern redoubt of Saddam Hussein loyalists, trying at every turn to gain trust from Iraqi citizens and stay safe from those who may be combatants in disguise
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Fallen Marine honored
VENTURA -- Hundreds of supporters of the war against Iraq crowded the corner of the Ventura County Government Center on Sunday to honor the memory of Michael Bitz, the 31-year-old Marine sergeant who was killed in a desert battlefield last week
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U.S. military insists pace of war in Iraq slowing, not stalled
KUWAIT CITY -- For an American military on the offensive, there may be no more distasteful term than "operational pause." The military prides itself on seizing the initiative and applying relentless pressure to defeat its foe.
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 Valley families celebrate Persian New Year

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Sports
Angles: Losing start might not be so bad
ANAHEIM -- If the Angels are hoping to replicate their breakthrough 2002 season, they're off to a perfect start....[MORE]

 Monkey lacks Rally in opener
 Dodgers: Up in the west
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 Angles: Washburn says he was ready
 NCAA: Play of Anthony is Orange aid

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Business
Retirement havens filling
NEW YORK -- There was never any question in Holly Wissing's mind about where she and her husband should hunt for a retirement home....[MORE]

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 Bio-weapons research booms

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Opinion
Field of dreams
If we build it, they will come.

If we build a spectacular sports academy on what was once the Sheldon-Arleta Landfill in Sun Valley, young people from all over Los Angeles will come to the San Fernando Valley for recreation, education and opportunity. ...[MORE]

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