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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – February 26, 2004

IBM with a big court victory as a jury in Santa Clara decides the company is not liable in the case of 2 former workers who claimed their job conditions caused their cancers. The much-watched trial was the first of some 200 similar lawsuits facing IBM

Secretary of State Powell for first time publicly suggests that Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide step down before his term is up.. Powell also says the Bush Administration is willing to participate in a security force if a political settlement is reached in Haiti

A former cabinet member in Briatin accuses the Blair administration of spying on United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in the build-up to the Iraq War.. Prime Minister Blair says his country’s spies adhered to International Law

North Carolina Senator John Edwards brings his bid for the Democratic Presidential Nomination to the Bay Area.. His main rival, Massachusettes Senator John Kerry, also campaigns in California.. he’ll be in the Bay Area tomorrow night

Seniors, people with disabilities, and home care workers rally across the State in opposition to budget cuts proposed by Governor Schwarzenneger

A tentative contract is reached in Southern California’s Grocery Workers Strike, the longest supermarket walk-out in U.S. history

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