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Iran Should Pursue Peaceful Nuclear Path, U.S. Envoy Says - Washington -- Iran is pursuing two nuclear paths " "a uranium path and a plutonium path" " while the rest of the world wants it to follow a third route by developing peaceful nuclear

NNSA Tops List of Fastest Computers in the World - WASHINGTON, D.C. – Supercomputers at the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) hold four of the top six slots on the industry-standard TOP500 list of the world’s fastest computers released today

United States Implementing Intercountry Adoption Standards - Washington -- The United States is in the final stages of implementing new, federal-level standards and protections that greatly will benefit thousands of children from around the world in need of permanent families.

CCCI convicts 13 insurgents - One sentenced to 42 years imprisonment, three sentenced to 30 years imprisonment BAGHDAD, Iraq " The Central Criminal Court of Iraq convicted 13 security detainees

18 Suspected terrorists detained; IED materials destroyed - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces detained 18 suspected terrorists and destroyed a cache of improvised explosive device materials while conducting multiple raids Wednesday morning. The raids targeted individuals in the northern

Iraqi Special Forces, Police Nab Cell Leaders, Members - WASHINGTON, Nov. 14, 2006 " Iraqi special forces soldiers and police nabbed terror-cell leaders and members in raids in Baghdad over the last

President Bush Meets with CEOs of U.S. Automobile Manufacturers - THE PRESIDENT: The Vice President and members of my Cabinet, Secretary of Treasury, Secretary of Transportation, members of my staff and I have just had a constructive and meaningful dialogue

National Intelligence Director Negroponte to Address 21st Annual Meeting of Overseas Security Advisory Council - Director of National Intelligence John D. Negroponte will address the 21st annual meeting of the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) at 11:00 a.m., on Wednesday, November 15, 2006, in the Dean Acheson Auditorium of the U.S. Department of State. The OSAC annual meeting will run from November 14-16, 2006.

Radiation Detection Equipment Up and Running in Slovenia - WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) announced that radiation detection equipment to screen for nuclear and radiological material at the Port of Koper in Slovenia is fully operational. The equipment was installed in the Republic of Slovenia under NNSA’s

Sharp Hike Reported in Volunteering by U.S. University Students - Washington -- The number of American university students who volunteer for community service projects in the United States has risen nearly 20 percent since 2002, according to a new study.

$2.3 Million for Environmental Jobs Training - Twelve communities in 10 states will share more than $2.3 million in job training grants geared toward cleaning up contaminated properties and turning them into productive community assets. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, under its Brownfields Initiative, is awarding grants

FAA to Support India’s Efforts to Modernize Its Aviation System - WASHINGTON, DC — Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator Marion C. Blakey and Praful Patel, India’s Minister for Civil Aviation, signed an agreement today designed to further the development and modernization of India’s civil aviation infrastructure

Mastermind of 1994 Murder of DEA Agent Gets Life in Prison - Agustin Vasquez-Mendoza was sentenced to life in prison by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Warren Granville for the first-degree murder of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special

FBI Counselors at Crime Scenes - When a troubled high school sophomore went on a shooting rampage on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota in early 2005, the FBI called up its specialists. Agents and analysts were quickly deployed to work with local law enforcement officials

Climate And Coastal Hazards Among Research Themes - NOAA, along with a consortium of universities and institutions, announced the creation of a new cooperative institute. The new Northern Gulf Institute will collaborate with NOAA scientists to study

Japan-Based Media Visit Kitty Hawk - USS KITTY HAWK, At Sea (NNS) -- Fourteen media members from the Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan, area visited USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) Nov. 10, during the exercise ANNUALEX 18G.

Denver International Airport recognized as an environmental leader - At a ceremony today attended by Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, Denver International Airport became the first airport in the nation to be awarded membership

President Bush warns Iranian leaders about dangers of international isolation - Washington -- The administration is willing to have discussions with Iran on Iraq and other issues but any talks must be preceded by the verifiable suspension of Iran’s uranium

U.S. Rejects Security Council Resolution on Beit Hanoun Incident - Washington -- The United States “was compelled to vote against” a draft United Nations Security Council resolution condemning the November 8 Israeli artillery barrage that accidentally killed several Palestinian civilians

U.S. Schools Attracting Growing Number of Non-U.S. Students - Washington -- The number of non-U.S. students enrolled in U.S. higher education institutions during the 2005-2006 academic year remained within a fraction of a percent of the previous year's

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