Putin keeps powerful Kremlin aides
There are many familiar faces in the new cabinet
of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, yet his appointment of two
former Kremlin aides suggests he wants to strengthen his powers at
the expense of the new presidency.
Struggle to reach quake trapped
Chinese rescuers are battling heavy rain and
blocked roads to reach thousands of people trapped or injured by
Monday's devastating earthquake. Late on Tuesday, a few hundred
soldiers reached the epicentre in Wenchuan county, where an
estimated 60,000 people remain missing.
US President calls Jenna's wedding 'spectacular'
President Bush spent months joking about being a
father of the bride, but on Sunday he was downright wistful about
giving his daughter Jenna away to her longtime beau.