Sisters try to resolve Nixon library dispute

Almost There. Richard Nixon\'s daughters met behind closed doors Tuesday in an attempt to resolve their two-year fight over how to spend a $20 million bequest for their father\'s presidential library.

No agreement had been reached in the daylong, court-ordered meeting, but Tricia Cox said she and her sister, Julie Eisenhower, were making progress. The meeting was continuing late Tuesday night.

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