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U.S. Trade, Investment Deals in Middle East Advance Bolder Goals - Washington – Trade and Investment Framework Agreements (TIFAs) the United States signs with countries in the Middle East and North Africa help realize the

12 Tips for Holiday Travel - Pack liquids, gels and aerosols in your checked baggage. For a short trip use the 3-1-1 for carry-ons: 1 quart-size, clear plastic, zip-top bag holding 3 ounces

Special message from the Secretary of the Navy, Donald C. Winter - WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Each year during the holiday season, Americans celebrate the promise of renewal and the possibilities of peace. Your dedicated efforts enable us to enjoy these rich blessings at home

Operation Crystal Apple Nets 6 Arrests for Meth in NY - John Gilbride, Special Agent in Charge, Drug Enforcement Administration, New York Division Field Division and Glenn T. Suddaby, United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York joined several state and federal law

NOAA Reports 2006 Marked By Severe Heat Waves, Widespread Drought, Wildfires - The average annual temperature for the contiguous U.S. will likely be the third warmest on record in 2006, according to scientists at the N

U.S. EPA, SEPA and Asian Development Bank Collaborate on Environmental Protection - With a commitment to expanded environmental cooperation, EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson signed a trilateral Statement of Cooperation with the Chinese

Montenegro Partners With Maine National Guard - PODGORICA, Montenegro, Dec. 14, 2006 – The ripples from the first muster of Dec. 13, 1636, have reached the shores of the Adriatic Sea, where the world’s youngest country joined America’s oldest military service in the

Statement by Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson on Resignation of Don Hammond - Washington, DC– Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson issued the following statement on the resignation of Treasury Fiscal Assistant Secretary Don Hammond:

New York City Public School Employee Pleads Guilty - WASHINGTON — A New York City Public School custodial engineer pleaded guilty today to conspiring to defraud the New York City Department of Education and its predecessor, the Board of Education of the City of New York (collectively NYCDOE), the Department of Justice

Toll-Free Application Number Available For Those Affected By November Flooding - SEATTLE, Wash. -- A toll-free application telephone number and on-line registration are now operational for residents in Clark, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, King, Lewis, Pierce, Skagit, Skamania

Does FDA know what caused the E. coli O157:H7 infections linked to some Taco Bell Restaurants - Shredded Iceberg lettuce has been implicated in the current E. coli O157:H7 outbreak. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in conjunction with state and local health authorities, initially identified three food items

USDA Awards $5.3 Million for Iraq Extension Revitalization Project - Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns today announced that a team of U.S. universities will receive $5.3 million to strengthen agricultural extension and training at Iraqi universities.

Two Insurgents Killed; Rockets Discovered in Kirkuk - Coalition forces killed two insurgents in Ramadi, and Iraqi police and U.S. soldiers discovered enemy weapons in operations yesterday and today in Iraq.

Iraqi Army catches Baqubah insurgents - BAQUBAH — The Iraqi Army led a successful offensive operation here recently, capturing 10 suspected insurgents and rescuing a kidnapped 16-year-old Iraqi boy being

NASA Comets as Toolkits for Jump-Starting Life - Just as kits of little plastic bricks can be used to make everything from models of the space shuttle to the statue of liberty, comets are looking more and more like one of nature's toolkits for creating life. These

Next Secretary-General vows to restore trust to United Nations - Sworn in today as the eighth and next United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon pledged that his first goal would be to restore trust in the world body, saying he would lead by example

Treasury Chief Urges China To Balance Growth, Cut Trade Surplus - Washington -- U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is calling on China to modify its economic policies in order to maintain rapid growth and address its large trade surpluses.

Paratroopers find cache south of Baghdad - FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU, Iraq – Paratroopers from Company B, 3rd

US Federal Court Rules Against Guantanamo Detainee - WASHINGTON, Dec. 14, 2006 – Upholding the legality of October’s Military Commissions Act, a federal court ruled here yesterday that detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, do not have the right to challenge their detention in U.S.

U.S. Hails Convention on Rights of the Disabled - United Nations -- Praising the monumental work of the General Assembly, U.S. Ambassador Richard Miller said a landmark disability convention adopted by the


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