Missteps in Waco: A Raid Re-examined/A special report.
U.S. Agents Say Fatal Flaws Doomed Raid on Waco Cult
Several Federal agents involved in the violent raid on a heavily armed cult in Texas dispute official descriptions of the operation as well planned, likening it instead to the Charge of the Light Brigade, laden with missteps, miscalculations and unheeded warnings that could have averted bloodshed.
CUOMO WANTS CAP ON DOCTORS’ FEES, PRIVATE AND PUBLIC
As part of a blueprint for major change in New York’s health care system, Gov. Mario M. Cuomo proposed today that the state be given authority to set payment rates for all physicians, just as it now does for hospitals.
Facing New Attacks in Congress, Yeltsin Shifts Gears to Seek Talks
Faced with a severe new assault from an aroused Congress of People’s Deputies, President Boris N. Yeltsin abruptly changed course today and urged that he and the leaders of the legislature, the Government and the Constitutional Court meet until they reach accord.
LETTER EXPLAINED MOTIVE IN BOMBING, OFFICIALS NOW SAY
Law-enforcement officials said yesterday that the suspects in the World Trade Center bombing mailed a letter around the time of the attack claiming responsibility and attributing the action to deep resentment against United States policy in the Middle East.
Patients in Pain Find Relief, Not Addiction, in Narcotics
In 1984 doctors told Patricia Paul, who suffers from a painful nerve condition called reflex sympathetic dystrophy, that she would need round-the-clock home care for the rest of her life and that she should forget about working ever again. Since then, she has returned to college, graduated magna cum laude, reared a teen-aged son and now runs an award-winning job-training program for handicapped people in New Jersey.