Jack White Pulitzer winning reporter dies

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Jack White, the reporter whose story on President Nixon's failure to pay income taxes prompted Nixon to utter the famous line, ''I am not a crook,'' died Wednesday. He was 63.

White died at his Cape Cod home, said WPRI-TV in Providence, where he worked as a reporter.

Gore says he has no plans to run again

STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Former Vice President Al Gore said Wednesday he had no intention of ever running for president again, but he said the United States would be ''a different country'' if he had won the 2000 election, launching into a scathing attack of the Bush administration.

''I have absolutely no plans and no expectations of ever being a candidate again,'' Gore told reporters after giving a speech at an economic forum in Sweden.

Jolie receives award from U.N.

NEW YORK - Angelina Jolie has accepted an award for her humanitarian work as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations refugee agency.

At a dinner attended by 700 diplomats and VIP guests Tuesday, Jolie received the Global Humanitarian Award from the United Nations Association of the U.S.A.

Miller, Law end engagement

NEW YORK - Sienna Miller and Jude Law have ended their engagement, months after he apologized for an affair with his children's nanny, according to a published report.

A London-based representative for Miller, who became engaged to her ''Alfie'' co-star last Christmas, refused comment Wednesday on the story, which was posted on People magazine's Web site.

- From wire reports