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Pace Wraps Up 40 Year's of Service to Family, Country - Nearly 40 years ago, Lynne Pace dedicated her life to her family. Little did she know at the time that her family ultimately would include the nation"s 2.4 million servicemembers.

Seven killed, 11 detained, Coalition forces disrupt al-Qaeda leadership - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition forces killed seven terrorists and detained 11 suspects Sunday and Monday during operations to disrupt al-Qaeda in Iraq leadership in central and northern Iraq.

Prayer to Mark Opening of High Court -- 9:30 AM, Today - On Monday, October 1, at 9:30 AM, representatives of the groups Faith and Action and the Christian Defense Coalition will hold a prayer service in front of the US

McCain Doesn't Want Muslim as President - GOP presidential candidate John McCain says America is better off with a Christian President and he doesn't want a Muslim in the Oval Office...

50 to 100 Million Years Earlier Than Scientists Thought, Oxygen on Earth - Scientists have found that traces of oxygen appeared in Earth's atmosphere 50 to 100 million years earlier than previously thought--before what

Predator arrested by ICE Fugitive Operations Team - MEMPHIS - A 43-year-old predator previously convicted for aggravated sexual battery was arrested here Tuesday evening on the second day of operations of U.S. Immigration and Customs

Indiana Man Pleads Guilty to Cross Burning - WASHINGTON – Defendant Kyle Shroyer pleaded guilty in federal court today to conspiring to violate the civil rights of a woman and her three biracial children

Halloween Tips for Tricks and Treats - For this Halloween, we have lots of green tips, fun facts, haunted Halloween cards and a Halloween boo-tique to help you enjoy Halloween and make it Green!

Activist to Risk Arrest Today at Red Mass - Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney will hold a sign with the full text of the First Amendment on a public sidewalk in front of

Nine Republicans, No Way! - At midnight tomorrow, we report our fundraising totals to the FEC and the Republicans, media and pundits will use it as a measure of our chances of success in

P5+2 Statement on Iran - The following is the text of the statement by the Foreign Ministers of the United States, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom with the support of the High Representative of the European Union issued today in New York. Begin Text:

22D MEU SOC Trains in Kuwait - In my last update, I told you about all that had happened since we had crossed through the Suez Canal, including our offload of personnel and equipment into Camp Buehring, Kuwait to conduct sustainment training.

Bristol-myers Squibb to Pay More Than $515 Million to Resolve Allegations of Illegal Drug Marketing and Pricing - WASHINGTON – Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMS) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Apothecon, Inc., have agreed to pay over $515 million to resolve a broad array of civil allegations involving their drug marketing and pricing practices, United States Attorney Michael J.

State forex investment company debuts - The Ministry of Finance will keep pouring forex bought with returns from special treasury bonds it issues into the new company, the sources said.

Final Notice of Violation Issued to the University of California for Deficiencies in Security Procedures - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) issued a final notice of violation

Five terrorists killed, 19 suspects detained during operations targeting al-Qaeda - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition forces killed five terrorists and detained 19 suspected terrorists Friday and Saturday during operations throughout Iraq.

European Union, 23 countries contribute instruments to global Argo array - Washington -- A small but sturdy ocean-going vessel -- the New Zealand National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research's Kaharoa -- will sail from Wellington

FBI and The Evolving Terrorist Landscape - A 22-year-old student—code-named “Irhabi 007”—creating a global virtual support network for terrorist plotters in Canada, Denmark, Bosnia, and the U.S., all from his basement apartment computer in London.

CAIR Supports VA Muslim Leader Smeared by Islamophobes - The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today offered moral support to a Virginia physician who is under attack from “Islamophobes who seek to

NATO's Afghanistan gains could be lost: commander - Hardfought gains by NATO troops this year could be lost in coming months if Afghan forces fail to hold ground seized from the Taliban, the

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