THE DAILY FED
SECTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM:News Briefs
ALBRIGHT PROUD OF 1997-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said she is pleased with the state of U.S. foreign policy as 1998 begins (The Washington Post, A13).
GLENN WANTS TO RETURN TO COSMOS-Former Astronaut Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, wants to return to space to test the effects of weightlessness on the elderly. But Glenn, 76, must get the approval of NASA (The Washington Post, A1).
DEADLINE FOR MILITARY PANEL MISSED-"Congress has missed a Jan. 3 deadline for appointing a major commission on sex-integrated military operations amid intense jockeying to win seats" (The Washington Times, A1).
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