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Scientists Create New Pest-Resistant Lettuce; Helpful Or Hurtful? - Besides being a favorite with salad lovers, green leaf lettuces are also a top choice for destructive insects known as leafminers, or Liriomyza langei.

Scientists Find The Only Thing Separating Earth From Hot, Cosmic Rays Is The Milky Way - Second recent University of Maryland study indicating High-Energy Particle Acceleration 'near' Earth.

Another Draft Issued By DOE To Clean Up Another U.S. Region - The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced the issuance of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the West Valley Demonstration Project in western New York.

U.S. Peace Corps Thriving In Thailand - Peace Corps Director visited Thailand for the first time as Director, emphasizing the 47-year partnership between the Royal Thai Government and United States Peace Corps.

Artificial Conception Has Now Been Proven To Increase Risk For Birth Defects - The study examined multiple births separately from single births because ART increases the chance of a multiple birth.

National Parks Go Green - The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will help the National Park Service (NPS) showcase sustainable energy practices and fulfill its mission of environmental stewardship.

Significant Efforts To Reduce Outrageous Pollution In Northeast's Primary Water Source - A TMDL is a tool of the Clean Water Act and sets maximum pollutant loads " that waters can accept without exceeding state water quality standards.

Counties Housing National Parks and Forests Will Be Receiving A $1.5 Billion Federal Funding Boost - From 1995 through 2008, payments to local jurisdictions funded from 41 to 77 percent of the entitlement levels.

DOT Puts New Rule In Place To Lower Truck Driver Fatalities - The nation`s 3.5 million truck drivers will be limited to driving for only 11 hours and working for no more than 14 hours each day under a new rule issued today by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

Student Loans May Remain Unaffected By Economic Crisis - U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings announced Friday that the U.S. Department of Education would take further action to purchase Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program loans to ensure students have continued access to Federal student loans.

New Human Pelvis Found in Africa; Ancestors Smarter Than We Thought? - A recently discovered female pelvis is changing minds about the head size of an ancient human ancestor, Homo erectus, and consequently revising notions about how smart they may have been.

UN Aims To Support Crucial Role Of Women In Reducing Global Climate Change - A two-day UN press conference in NYC addressed the "indispensable" role of women in reducing global climate change.

EPA Tries To Improve Groundwater - Hot Topic For Florida - Wastewater treatment systems serving 25 million homes across the country will be improved, thanks to an agreement among EPA and 14 national organizations.

Verizon Employees Slapped On The Wrist For Cracking Obama's Mobile Account - Verizon Wireless employees crack into President-elect Obama's cell phone account. Some had legitimate business reasons, some did not. All are on immediate leave, with pay.

Many Al-Qaida Leaders Killed In Iraq - Iraqi and coalition forces have struck a severe blow against al-Qaida in Iraq, a senior coalition spokesman said in Baghdad today.

NASA Tests "Interplanetary Internet' - NASA has successfully conducted a first test of a deep space communications network modelled on the internet.

Government Gets On Board With Reducing Carbon Footprint: Looking Toward a More Cost Effective, Energy Efficient Future - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy are helping states lead the way in an effort to promote low cost energy efficiency. More than 60 energy, environmental and state policy leaders from across the country have come together to produce the updated National Action Plan Vision for 2025: A Framework for Change.

Iraqi Security Forces, Coalition Hold Border Security Conference - For the first time in the Maysan province, leaders from the Iraqi Army, Police and border patrol met with coalition leaders near the provincial capital of Amarah.

President Bush Discusses Aviation Congestion and Transportation Safety - THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Please be seated. Madam Secretary, thank you for the kind introduction.

Declining Funding Levels For AIDS Research - A new UN-backed report on investment in HIV prevention research in 2008 finds that funding levels for a vaccine for the virus have decreased.

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