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NOAA hydrologists indicate that Lake Superior is nearing record lows - NOAA hydrologists indicate that Lake Superior is nearing record lows for the month of August, a trend that if continued could break past record lows for the months

NRC, Confirmatory Order to FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a Confirmatory Order to FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company (FENOC), regarding the company’s actions to ensure the prompt sharing of information

FIRSTeam Atlanta Heads for Puerto Rico to Meet Hurricane Dean - ATLANTA, Ga. -- Exemplifying the new FEMA leaning forward, five Atlanta-based FEMA specialists have ramped up to meet the storm in Puerto Rico.

Iran Sentences Journalists to Death Continues to Thwart Independent Views - By sentencing journalist Adnan Hassanpour and writer and environmental activist Abdolwahed (Hiwa) Butimar to death after a fundamentally flawed trial, the Iranian government has once again shown a willingness to both trample on the rights of its citizens

13,000 Years Ago, Comet May Have Exploded Over North America - New scientific findings suggest that a large comet may have exploded over North America 12,900 years ago, explaining riddles that scientists have wrestled

9/11 Commission recommendation - uniform watch list - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is taking significant steps toward implementing a key 9/11 Commission recommendation - uniform watch list matching

Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey V. Lavrov* Containing Russia: back to the future? - The mere posing of the question of containing Russia appeals to the instincts of the past and suggests not so much the lack of imagination as the fact that for some almost nothing has changed since the end of the Cold War. It implies

ABD-T"rkiye ili"kileriyle ilgili ''ABD - Amerikan Associated Press ajans" (AP), ABD-T"rkiye ili"kileriyle ilgili ''ABD, son se"imleri, iki "lke aras"ndaki gerilimli ili"kileri

ICE seizes 1,000 pounds of marijuana from Tucson home - TUCSON, Ariz. - Agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) discovered more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana at a house on East Weymouth Street in Tucson yesterday evening.

July 2007 brought record warmth to the western United - July 2007 brought record and near-record warmth to the western United States, while much of the eastern and southern U.S. experienced cooler-than-average

No Progress in Iraq? - BAGHDAD — A military official discussed current events in Iraq at the Combined Press InformationCenter Wednesday.

Professor Says, Spanglish Offers Stepping-Stone to English - Washington -- Spanglish, a hybrid form of English and Spanish especially popular among young people, is one of the most striking ways two of the world’s most widely used languages

U.S. Special Forces detain 3 Al-Qaeda in Iraq high-level leaders - BAGHDAD – Soldiers from the 1/6th Iraqi Army Scouts, with U.S. Special Forces as advisors, detained three suspected key Al-Qaeda in Iraq leaders during an intelligence driven operation Aug. 14 in the Mansour area of

Music industry looks to help budding artists, educate about online piracy - Washington – Teenagers often are viewed as the worst violators of copyright laws, illegally downloading and sharing music on the Internet, but as artists they also have much to gain from copyright protection in the United States

NASA, Speeding-Bullet Star Leaves Enormous Streak Across Sky - NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer has spotted an amazingly long comet-like tail behind a star streaking through space at supersonic speeds. The star, named Mira after the Latin word for

Fact Sheet: National Applications Office - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security"s (DHS) National Applications Office (NAO) is the executive agent to facilitate the use of intelligence

Lessons From Horn of Africa to Apply in Africa Command - DJIBOUTI, Aug. 15, 2007 – As the war on terrorism moves forward, the lessons of U.S. operations in the Horn of Africa will resonate around the Defense Department and the government, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of

Ugandans want justice for past atrocities - A new study by the United Nations human rights office shows that communities in northern Uganda blame both the Government and the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) for atrocities committed during a more than 20-year conflict

Nuclear Power Industry is Tackling a Lack of Skill - Washington -- The U.S. nuclear power industry is tackling a lack of skilled workers, insufficient manufacturing capacity and other problems as it works

The Mid-East Weapons Deal Playing With Fire - The Bush Administration wants to send $65 billion in weapons to the Middle East but Congress has the power to stop it. Saudi Arabia will pay $20 billion to the arms dealers with

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