...to provide more oil. A White House spokesman declined to comment on OPEC's decision but said the Bush administration would remain in close contact with oil producers. Associated Press Bruce Stanley in London contributed to this story.
...33, public drunk, drug possession Michael Aguilar , 30, open container, improper backing, no driver's license Bruce Stanley Tranby , 39, open container, driving under the influence, failure to appear and pay Darius Dantes Youmans , 21...
...of a law enforcement officer; six years in prison Bruce Cubert Owens, also known as Stanley Scott, also known as Bruce Stanley Scott, 50, of the 1500 block of Holley Street, armed robbery; 15 years in prison, followed by five years' probation...
LONDON -- The floral prints and bright summer clothes on the racks at Laura Ashley stores offer little hint of the company's grim struggle to stave off insolvency. The British retailer, which made its name selling English country fashions and furnishings, recently won a crucial reprieve when bankers agreed to let it continue borrowing so long as it sold off its unprofitable chain of U.S. stores.
LONDON -- Actor Tony Curtis drove one. So did 1960s pop star Cliff Richard. Now Jensen, one of the best-known brands in luxury British motoring, is set for a rebirth 23 years after Jensen Motors Ltd. stopped producing cars because of labor-management strife.
LONDON - A U.S.-led war against Iraq would probably inflict only modest and temporary pain on the world economy, analysts say, providing the conflict did not drag on and spread throughout the region.\r\n
LONDON -- Like her mother, father and a clutch of cousins before her, Angela Graham has made a career of knitting sweaters and coats from the delicate woolen fibers of an Asian goat. But a trade dispute between the United States and the European Union threatens to unravel Ms. Graham's livelihood at a Scottish cashmere factory. "There's not an awful lot else to do around here," she says of Innerleithen, her rural hometown in the Scottish Borders region.
LONDON - If U.S.-led forces invade Iraq, world oil prices will probably plunge from current levels and stay there - so long as the conflict ends quickly and causes little damage to production capacity in the Persian Gulf, several energy analysts said Friday.
VIENNA, Austria -- OPEC members will continue their deep cuts in oil output until at least next March, the group said today.\r
LONDON -- With the price of oil stuck above $40 a barrel, OPEC has reached a consensus to raise its daily production target by 500,000 barrels, or 2 percent, in an effort to keep crude prices from lurching even higher, officials said Thursday.