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DEA Now Accepting Tips On-Line - The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has a new tool to catch drug traffickers around the world. Starting today on this web site, www.dea.gov, the public can inform federal drug agents

Independence Is The Only Option for Kosovo - The only viable option for Kosovo is independence, with an initial period of supervision by the international community, the senior United Nations official overseeing the Serbian province"s future status

Police Crackdown Against Protestors in Nizhniy Novgorod - Russians' ability to exercise their rights to assembly, free speech, and peaceful protest. More than a hundred political opposition activists were

Fine Living TV Network's Series THE WANDERING GOLFER - Former Trump golf pro, 30-year-old Gia Bocra landed every golfer’s ultimate dream job as the new host of the popular FINE LIVING TV NETWORK series The Wandering Golfer.

EPA Awards $150,000 Grant to Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 has awarded a $150,000 grant to the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission for a cooperative project to cut emissions from public diesel fleets in central Ohio. An additional $68,924 for the

Snapshot of Recent FBI Investigations - Heavy seasonal rains in an Arizona community last summer opened a 35-foot-deep hole in the spongy ground around a septic system. Peering into the yawning fissure, a passerby noticed

Scientists Gather to Discuss Challenges along the US-Mexico Border - The U.S. Geological Survey hosted a two-day scientific workshop that drew state and federal government scientists, and university researchers together to discuss interdisciplinary research along the US-Mexico border.

Woodridge Labs Recalls Certain DermaFreeze365 Products - Woodridge Labs, Inc., has voluntarily recalled all lots of its DermaFreeze365™ Instant Line Relaxing Formula (UPC Codes 6-05923-36501-6, 6-05923-36502-3 and 6-05923-10563-6) and DermaFreeze365™ Neck & Chest (UPC Code 6-05923-36503-0) products.

Over $5 Million in Forfeited Drug Proceeds Distributed - (Indianapolis, IN) Gary G. Olenkiewicz, Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago Field Division Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Susan W. Brooks, United States Attorney

FEMA's Good Neighbor Approach Aids in Cross-Border Response - Recently, Sonja Nieuwejaar from FEMA’s Office of International Affairs spoke to the Good Neighbor Environmental Board, an independent federal committee that advises the president and congress on

Decommissioned After 38 Years of Service - MAYPORT, Fla. (NNS) -- The aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) was decommissioned in Mayport, Fla., March 23.

President Abbas is ready for Middle East peace - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today in Ramallah offered full support for plans by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for achieving Statehood,

Insurgent Attack in Afghanistan Stoped - American and Afghan forces killed 12 insurgents yesterday during a firefight near Fire Base Tillman in Paktika province, Afghanistan, officials said.

Soldiers Observe Women's Past, Current Historical Feats - CAMP TAJI " The 615th "Cold Steel" Aviation Support Battalion hosted a Women"s History Month celebration here March 19.

HHS Secretary Leavitt Visits Central America to Advance Initiative to Improve Health Infrastructure - HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt will visit five Central American countries next week as part of the President's initiative for advancing the cause of social justice in the Western Hemisphere.

Spending Bill Without Deployment Restrictions Says Bush - President Bush yesterday urged Congress to send him an emergency war-spending bill that funds overseas troop operations, but contains no deployment restrictions or deadlines for a withdrawal of forces from Iraq.

VA Reviews Maintenance Needs for All Facilities - WASHINGTON -- To ensure the 1,400 hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and other facilities where veterans receive health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are in top-notch physical

$48,000 in penalties against two South Florida contractors - FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has proposed penalties of $43,000 against West Palm

Security Council tightens sanctions against Iran over uranium enrichment - The United Nations Security Council acted unanimously today to tighten sanctions on Iran, imposing a ban on arms sales and expanding the freeze

IA Captures suspect connected to kidnapping and murder - BAGHDAD – Special Iraqi Army Forces captured a suspect tied to the kidnapping and murder of Iraqi civilians as well as attacks targeting Iraqi Security Forces during operations Saturday with Coalition advisers in Sadr City.

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