Let us be your correspondents in New York, covering the hottest news and entertainment events as they occur right here in the "Big Apple" and the US.
We are available for live 2-ways via ISDN or can provide professional reports and clips -- whatever your need may be. Here's a list of just some
of the latest news items that we can cover for you:

TIMOTHY McVEIGH'S EXECUTION DELAYED -- The U.S. Government has delayed the execution of Timothy McVeigh who was convicted of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people. The delay comes after the FBI admitted that it failed to provide thousands of documents to defense lawyers. In light of this admission, McVeigh's co-conspirator, Terry Nichols, has requested the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider his prior appeal of his conviction and life-in-prison sentence. Get all the late-breaking developments from us.

SUPREME COURT: "STAY OFF THE GRASS" -- The U.S. Supreme Court has handed
down a 8-0 decision declaring that marijuana for medical use is illegal. The
decision is a major disappointment to many AIDS, cancer and multiple
sclerosis patients who say that the drug has greatly helped them in
combatting various effects of their diseases.

BUSH AIMS AT GUN VIOLENCE -- President Bush has unveiled a new plan to combat
gun violence, called "Project Safe Neighborhoods." Stating that "American
society is still far too violent," the President announced that his new
program will create a new partnership between federal, state and local law
enforcement agencies.
What is America's reaction to this? What are gun control advocates saying
about this endeavor -- is it enough for them?

"DON'T DO THE CRIME IF YOU CAN'T DO THE TIME" -- is a phrase from the title
song from "Baretta", the hit 70's T.V. show starring actor Robert Blake. Did
Robert Blake fail to heed these words and actually kill his wife? Did O.J.
do it? A Walther PPK pistol was found in a dumpster near the crime scene,
which police believe may be the murder weapon. Maybe the killer was James

bigamy/polygamy case in Utah in 50 years is set to go to trial. Tom Green,
who has 5 wives and 29 children, is facing charges of bigamy and criminal
nonsupport. He could get 25 years in prison if convicted on all counts.
Hasn't he been punished enough already?

MELEE IN CHINA -- Boxing promoter Don King arrived in New York without a
haircut to announce the first-ever heavyweight title fights in China, to be
held on August 5, 2001. One bout will feature the third meeting between WBA
World Heavyweight Champion John Ruiz and former Champ Evander Holyfield. The
other bout will be between Hasim Rahman (who won the WBC and IBF heavyweight
crowns last month from Lennox Lewis in Johannesburg, South Africa) and Brian
Nielsen of Denmark. We have full coverage of the press conference, plus
interviews with Don King, Evander Holyfield and Hasim Rahman!

PLAYOFF MADNESS! -- The NBA basketball and NHL hockey playoffs are winding
down to the Finals. The excitement is intense! In basketball, the LA Lakers
suddenly look invincible. In hockey, all eyes are on the defending champs,
New Jersey Devils. Get the latest sports news from us!

AND DON'T FORGET ABOUT THE PREAKNESS -- The second installment to horse
racing's Triple Crown, The Preakness, will take place this Saturday, May
19th, at Pimlico Race Track in Baltimore, Maryland. Can the favorite
Monarchos, who won the Kentucky Derby last week, repeat his winning ways?
Find out from us!