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Pence Highlights Service Members Excellence, Expertise, Dedication

America depends upon its military members excellence, expertise and dedication more than ever, Vice President Mike Pence told airmen at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, yesterday.

SOP newswireNigeria's Elections, Missed Opportunity - The United States regrets that Nigeria has missed an opportunity to strengthen an element of its democracy through a sound electoral process. Analysis of the process by most
John Lillpop The Fall of the Ham Sandwich: Precursor to Armageddon? - With respect to kicking Democrats out of Congress, Dear Lord, we pray that you will deliver us from that evil, sooner rather than later!
SOP newswireDetainee dies at Camp Bucca - BAGHDAD, Iraq – A security detainee died April 26 at Camp Bucca, Iraq from injuries sustained by an apparent assault by other detainees.
SOP newswireU.S. Strategy on Missile Defense and the Desire to Cooperate with Russia - President Bush has reaffirmed to President Putin our desire to cooperate with Russia on missile defense, and a U.S. delegation offered new proposals for potential partnership
John LillpopWhat Hillary Clinton Will NOT Find Under the Rug in Oval Office - One could easily conclude that based on a recent statement from Ms. Clinton on the campaign trail in Iowa.
SOP newswireFugitive of 40 Years Returned From Cuba To U.S. By Diplomatic Security - Special Agents from the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS) today escorted the fugitive Joseph Adjmi to the United States from Cuba, where he had been detained by Cuban authorities.
SOP newswireLiving Conditions for Palestinians Keep Deteriorating - Living conditions inside the occupied Palestinian territory continued to decline through the second half of last year, with the situation especially dire in the Gaza Strip, according to the latest progress
SOP newswireCasualty figures continue to climb in Iraq - Large-scale indiscriminate killings and targeted assassinations continue to impede efforts to bring lasting stability and security to Iraq, according to the latest United Nations
SOP newswireNew England Nor'easter Damage Assessments Nearly Complete - BOSTON, Mass. - In less than one week, preliminary damage assessment (PDA) teams have nearly completed damage surveys in all six New England states struck by the strong winds, heavy rains and
Suren HosseinWar is over if we want it over! - Twenty-five years ago my uncle told me he felt sympathy for European people bombarded by Nazis
Krzys WasilewskiThe Last King of France - In several weeks' time, the French incumbent president, Jacques Chirac, will be gone, and with him, the whole epoch in France's politics.
Francis KarugahKenyans go to the polls this year - Standing for rights and freedom-- politicians take note
SOP newswireTomorrow is the Last Day to Register for FEMA Assistance - NEW ORLEANS, La. -- Tomorrow is the last day for Louisiana residents and business owners in Jefferson, Orleans and St. Martin parishes who were affected by the Feb. 12 and 13 severe storms
John Lillpop Celebrating Earth Day with a Flame - Mind you, these are not mandatory, provided one can prove a disabling handicap or mental disorder and is a properly registered Democrat!
Nancy Lee Wolfe (HR Development/Content Manager)Rally the Troops-- It's McCain Time - Greenville, SC - United States Senator John McCain looked fit and rested today as he stood before an enthusiastic crowd of supporters in Greenville, SC.
SOP newswireIs commitment to Iraq long term? - BAGHDAD — The United States Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates held a joint press conference with the Iraqi Minister of Defense Abdul Qadir al-Ubaidi about the military
SOP newswireInternational Compact for Iraq set for launch next month - The United Nations-sponsored International Compact for Iraq (ICI), which seeks to consolidate peace in the war-torn country and pursue political, economic and social
SOP newswireIn or Out, Response to the Attorney General's Hearing - This matter began as an inquiry into whether any of these 8 U.S. Attorneys were fired for improper reasons. After several hours of testimony by the
SOP newswireIs U.S. Committed to Relationship With Israel? - The United States is committed to continue helping Israel “maintain its qualitative military edge” over other countries in the region that threaten its security, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said
SOP newswireBush: Terrorists Must Not Make Iraq a Safe Haven - The United States is facing a lethal enemy that is "smart, capable and unpredictable," President Bush told high school students today in Tipp City, Ohio.
SOP newswire131 Dead, More Than 160 Wounded, What if This Was VT. - BAGHDAD – Four separate vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices detonated in the Iraqi capital, killing 131 Iraqi civilians and wounding approximately 164, collectively, April 18.
SOP newswireNational Security Division Names New Chief of Counterterrorism - WASHINGTON— Kenneth L. Wainstein, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, announced today that Michael Mullaney, a 28-year veteran of law enforcement, has been appointed Chief of the Counterterrorism Section in the Justice Department’s National
SOP newswireClimate Change Predicted, Worldwide Impact says IPCC - Washington – A grim picture of the impact of environmental changes ahead – especially for the world’s poor -- is drawn by the latest installment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report. It is the second of
SOP newswireUnited States and Mexico to Partner in Fight Against Nuclear Smuggling - WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Secretary of Energy Samuel W. Bodman and Mexican Minister of Finance and Public Credit Agustin Carstens today signed an agreement
SOP newswireFive killed, 30 detained in raid near Fallujah - BAGHDAD, Iraq " Five terrorists were killed, four suspected terrorists were wounded and 26 more were detained Wednesday morning during an operation near Karmah, a rural area northeast of Fallujah.
SOP newswireIraqi Intelligence Agent in the United States Convicted - WASHINGTON— A suburban Chicago man has been convicted of serving as a long-time agent of the Iraqi Intelligence Service in the United States, Kenneth L. Wainstein, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, Patrick
Ileana LlorensUCF Pre-Election Opinions - Six out of 10 UCF students say that they do not know enough about the U.S. presidential candidates to make an educated decision. A majority of UCF students said it is too early to select a favorite.
SOP newswireNorth Korea, citing banking issue, missed deadline for reactor shutdown - Washington -- The United States is willing to give North Korea a few more days to make good on a pledge to shut down the Yongbyon nuclear reactor after having missed the April 14 deadline for doing so, a senior State
SOP newswireIraq, Latest Bombings Targeting Hundreds of Civilians - The senior United Nations envoy to Iraq today condemned weekend bombings which targeted hundreds of civilians in the
SOP newswireFirst Mission for Iraqi tankers - CAMP TAJI — Iraqi Army tankers took the lead on their first real mission by conducting a mounted patrol in their T-55 tanks on a major highway near Kem, Iraq
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