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Voice of Democracy Writing Contest - Created in 1947, the Voice of Democracy (VOD) scholarship program is an audio-essay contest for high school students in grades 9-12 that annually provides more than $3 million in scholarships.

China says Myanmar's situation no threat to peace, security - China's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Wang Guangya said Friday that the current situation in Myanmar does not pose any threat to international or regional peace

Foreign Ministers from CSTO Member States Meets in Dushanbe - Dushanbe played host to a Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) meeting of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) on October 4.

Mapping Intel Sources, Get to the Point - When investigators arrived at a bar in Philadelphia after a shooting in July that left four people dead, their questions elicited an all-too

Glenn Beck Debates School Religious Holidays with CAIR-IL Rep - CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab debates Glenn Beck and Zuhdi Jasser on allowing the accommodation of Ramadan for Muslim students with

CAIR-MI: Muslims Seek 'Safe' Charities for Giving - Kenwah Dabajah is in a quandary: How can she fulfill a central tenet of her faith, Islam, without putting herself in legal jeopardy?

Woman finds rodent head in her can of green beans - If Marianne Watson follows Wal-Mart's advice, she might be keeping what could be a rodent head frozen in her freezer for the next two years

Scientists drill into earthquake zone 10,000-plus feet - For the first time, geologists have extracted intact rock samples from two miles beneath the surface of the San Andreas Fault, the infamous rupture that runs 800 miles along the le

Scientists to Sick Plants: Take Two Doses of an Aspirin... - Discovery could lead to development of crops with enhanced yield, heightened immunity and reduced need for pesticides

GOP Urged to Use Term Islamic Terrorists - Pollsters and communications advisers to congressional Republicans are urging lawmakers not to follow President Bush's lead when it comes to talking about terrorists

The 34th anniversary of the 6th of October Arab-Israeli war - CAIRO: The 34th anniversary of the 6th of October Arab-Israeli war in 1973 has seen the spectrum come from one end to the other as those

9 House Church Leaders Secretly Sent to Labor Camps in Hubei Province - CAA learned that after the 9 House Church leaders were missing for almost two months, only recently their relatives were formally

200,000 Chinese officials punished over 4 years - China punished 207,214 officials in the countryside for breaking laws and regulations from 2003 to June this year, according to the Ministry of Supervision and the Central Commission

Incident in Baghdad with Russian Embassy in Iraq - On October 1, 2007, employees of the international private security firm Global, responsible for security at Baghdad Airport under a

Childbearing Protects Women from Breast Cancer Only When Mothers Deliver at 32 Weeks Gestation - Yesterday, journalists reported that scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center speculated on the

landscape owner pleads guilty to employing illegal aliens - LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The owner of an Oldham County landscaping company pleaded guilty here Monday to employing illegal aliens at his business. This plea resulted from a criminal worksite enforcement

Alan Pearson Testifies about Risks of Proliferation of Bioweapons Laboratories - Washington, D.C. – Dr. Alan Pearson, Director of the Biological and Chemical Weapons Control Program at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation

Document of six-party nuke talks released - The second session of the sixth round of six-party talks ended in Beijing Wednesday with a joint document released on the second-phase actions toward the denuclearization on the

ICE nets more than 1,300 arrests in Los Angeles area - LOS ANGELES - More than 1,300 criminal aliens, immigration fugitives, and immigration violators have been removed from the United States or

St. Louis predator sentenced to 30 years in jail for attempted child exploitation - SHREVEPORT, La. - A St. Louis, Missouri man has been sentenced here in the Western District of Louisiana to 20 years in jail for attempted child exploitation and 10 years in jail for possession of child

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