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94,000 invasive drug-resistant staph infections occurred in the U.S. in 2005 - Methicillin–resistant staph aureus (MRSA) caused more than 94,000 life–threatening infections and nearly 19,000 deaths in the United States in 2005, most of them associated with health care

Federal Agency to Discuss Polycythemia Vera Survey Findings - ATSDR staff will be available for a press availability session to discuss the results of the survey from 6:00 until 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, October 24 at Genetti’s Best Western, located at

Louisiana Mayor,Tough Times Provide New Opportunities - Washington -- When Mayor Candace Watkins says she has led her city through wind, rain and fire, she means it. As mayor of a small city, she has faced some big challenges.

Congressional Nonbinding Resolutions Can Stir Passions - Washington -- Although nonbinding resolutions by the U.S. Congress have no force in law and often go unnoticed, they can evoke a passionate response.

Reconciliation key to defeating al Qaeda in Iraq - WASHINGTON — The United States has dealt al Qaeda many significant blows in Iraq and elsewhere, President Bush said here Wednesday. Military gains

Voter Fatigue Has Set In For Some Americans - Washington -- Months before the first presidential primary and more than a year before the general election, a majority of likely American voters already are weary

Foreign fighters seen the rise in Afghanistan - Foreign fighters are entering Afghanistan from Pakistan in greater numbers than at any time since the Taliban was ousted in 2001,

U.S. Freight Forwarder Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charges Involving the Military’s Program - WASHINGTON — An Oregon-based freight forwarder pleaded guilty to rigging bids and allocating shipments for its role in a conspiracy involving its participation in the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) program for shipping the household goods of military and civilian DOD personnel between

War crimes suspect turned over to International Criminal Court - The International Criminal Court today announced that suspected war criminal Germain Katanga, former senior commander of the

Turbulent Economic Conditions - Washington -- The finance ministers and central bank governors from the Group of Seven (G7) countries must address a growing credit crisis and other challenges

Is Islam a Religion of Peace, Public Debate - Is Islam inherently violent? When terrorists or insurgents invoke the name of Allah, do they misrepresent Islam, or are they being motivated by it's violent

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s Responses to Questions from Japan’s Kyodo Tsushin News Agency - In this context, what are the potentialities for cooperation between Russia and Japan in the Far East and in Eastern Siberia?

Kosovo: Roma families return to former neighbourhood - More than 100 displaced Roma have returned to live in their former neighbourhood in a northern Kosovo town

Operation Gecko III B establishes another foothold against extremists - ISKANDARIYAH, Iraq – Coalition Forces and concerned citizens from Jurf as Sakhr began to move north in the Euphrates River Valley Oct. 7, establishing another foothold against extremists in Operation Gecko III B.

USAF Coalition forces destroy insurgent bridge, deter weapons smugglers - FORWARD OPERATING BASE HAMMER, Iraq (AFPN) -- Munitions dropped by Air Force pilots Oct. 15 destroyed a bridge northeast of Baghdad to disrupt

Effect of Climate Change on Recovery of Ozone Hole Remains Unclear - Washington -- For 20 years -- since September 16, 1987, when representatives of 24 nations signed the first accord -- the Montreal Protocol

World's Leading Internet Evangelist Bill Keller Denounce Romney - From the late Walter Martin to the expert theological reviews of Dr. John Ankerberg the Mormon religion

General Buyukanit in Rome; press conference expected in coming hours - General Buyukanit will be visiting NATO military bases in Naples and Rome during this visit, and with only hours left to go before an expected Turkish Parliament

Turkish Parliament, military plans are readied for northern Iraq action - Sources in Ankara note that strikes from the air are currently the most likely alternative. Experts note that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, speaking

Battle of the Bands - Featuring D.Fenominal with 'The Key' - Born a Long Islander, D.Fenominal chose to pursue a career in the music industry a few years ago.

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