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Commentary: Fallujah Revisited - If you follow the news coming out of Iraq, you have seen too many headlines about the bloodshed in Baghdad in recent days. As American servicemen

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region II begans an inspections Catawba nuclear power plant - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region II office in Atlanta began an inspection this week at the Catawba nuclear power plant, operated by Duke Energy near York, S.C., to look into several issues involving water flowing into below-

Former IRS Revenue Agent Sentenced for Conspiracy - WASHINGTON – Clarence Walker, a former Revenue Agent for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), was sentenced to 40 months in prison on charges of conspiracy and causing the failure to file Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs), Assistant

Keynote Address by Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff to the 2006 Grants & Training National Conference - Now those of you who've been to Washington or lived in Washington know this room is also the location for the infamous White House Correspondents Dinner. And the difference between that dinner and this is, first of all, they're not serving you rubber chicken, and

President Bush Discusses NATO Alliance During Visit to Latvia - Thank you all. Labdien! (Applause.) Madam President, thank you for your kind words. Thank you for your leadership, and thank you for your friendship. Mr. Speaker; Mr. Prime Minister; Senator Sessions from the great state of Alabama, who is with us; Mark Leland, my friend from a long period of time

Interview With Eberhard Piltz of ZDF - Madame Secretary, the two most important items on this major conference are of course related: the increasingly global role for NATO and Afghanistan. There are many in Germany who do not accept the notion that their freedom has to be defended and they even push for (inaudible).

DR Congo: Annan calls on loser in presidential poll to peacefully accept the results - United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today called on the losing candidates in the presidential election in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and their supporters

Allies Making Enormous Contributions in Iraq Bush Says - WASHINGTON, Nov. 28, 2006 – NATO allies are making enormous contributions to freedom in Iraq, and U.S. forces won’t leave until the mission is complete, President Bush said today in Riga, Latvia.

Icicle Seafoods issued complaint for violations of the Clean Water Act - The U.S. Department of Justice, on behalf of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), filed a civil complaint against Icicle Seafoods, Inc. (Icicle) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Evening Star, Inc., for violations of the Clean Water Act

Soldiers pull security, EOD keeps streets safe - CAMP LIBERTY — A group of Soldiers stand in line for lunch as they jokingly make fun of one another, like good friends do, until they get a call on the radio – ‘An improvised explosive device has been found.’

F-16 Crash Investigation Begins in Baghdad - SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFPN) -- The interim safety investigation board convened by U.S. Central Command Air Forces has begun its efforts to gather evidence to determine what caused a U.S. Air Force F-16CG Fighting Falcon to crash.

USGS Opens its Doors to the Public - Have you ever thought about being a scientist or wondered what they do? The U.S. Geological Survey invites you to find out during their Open House on Nov. 29.

John Clark Assumes New Scientific Post at NTSB - Washington, D. C. - National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Mark V. Rosenker today announced that he has named John Clark, formerly Director of Aviation Safety, as the agency's Chief Scientist for Aeronautical Engineering.

Insurance Companies to Pay Refunds to GIs for Deceptive Sales - FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas – Life insurance companies are being held accountable for their improper sales practices to military members.

United States Welcomes Israeli Leader's Peace Overture - Washington -- The Bush administration says Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert"s offer to revive peace efforts with the Palestinians

U.S. F-16 Crashes Near Baghdad; Forces Capture, Kill Terrorists - WASHINGTON, Nov. 27, 2006 – A U.S. Air Force F-16 engaged in support of coalition ground combat operations crashed about 20 miles northwest of Baghdad today, and coalition and Iraqi forces killed two terrorists and

'Observant, Adaptive Enemy' Calls for New Approaches, Gainey Says - CAMP TAJI, Iraq, Nov. 27, 2006 – Soldiers who are new to the theater of operations in Iraq actually have an advantage over those who are veterans of previous Operation Iraqi Freedom rotations, the senior enlisted advisor

EPA: 11 Michigan counties meet ozone standard - CHICAGO (Nov. 27, 2006) - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 announced today that 11 Michigan counties are meeting the health-based eight-hour outdoor air standard for ozone (smog) and proposed to approve a request by Michigan to redesignate the counties

Taller latinoamericano sobre entornos favorables para el desarrollo del sector agroindustrial - Santiago, 27 de noviembre de 2006. En Latinoam"rica, el sector agroindustrial tiene una importancia fundamental tanto en la econom"a como en la generaci"n de empleos. En Brasil, por ejemplo, este sector representa

Attorney General Visits ATF Explosives Training Facilities at Ft. A.P. Hill - Attorney General Alberto Gonzales wanted to see first hand why ATF is the primary source of explosives investigation and training throughout the world.

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