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Democratic leadership after U.S. elections opens vigorous policy debate - Washington -- A vigorous government debate over U.S. policy in Iraq is taking shape as the top U.S. commander in the Middle East and the State Department's Iraq coordinator testified before congressional committees a week after the Democratic Party

Counterfeit Drugs Seen as Growing Problem - New York -- Counterfeit goods threaten security, economic growth and public safety worldwide, U.S. and private industry officials warn. Of increasing concern, they say, is the flood of counterfeit medicines into the marketplace.

Marine Sentenced at General Court-Martial in Hamdania Investigation - CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. (Nov. 15, 2006) – The sentencing for Pfc. John J. Jodka for his involvement in the death of an Iraqi civilian, Hashim Ibrahim Awad, on April 26, 2006, near Hamdania, Iraq was held today here.

Coalition works to dismantle al-Qaida - BAGHDAD — Coalition Forces killed nine terrorists and detained nine suspected terrorists during a raid Thursday south of Yusufiyah, further diminishing the al-Qaida in Iraq network.

Framework For Action Plan Adopted at Ministerial Conference - COTONOU, Benin (NNS) -- The Gulf of Guinea Maritime Safety and Security Ministerial conference concluded here Nov. 15 with the adoption of an action plan that was agreed to by each

NTSB Final Report on the George Washington Parkway Bus Accident - On November 14, 2004, at about 10:40 a.m., a motor coach carrying 27 high school students, a chaperone and a driver collided with the bottom of the Alexandria Avenue Bridge crossing the George Washington Parkway in Alexandria

Militias Must Be Dealt With on Security, Political Fronts, Officials Say - WASHINGTON, Nov. 16, 2006 – Illegal armed militias are one of the biggest challenges facing stability efforts in Iraq, but they cannot be defeated by military efforts alone, two of the top U.S. officials who deal with Iraq said here yesterday.

EPA Enforcement Cuts Total Pollution by 2.6 Million Pounds in New England - Enforcing environmental laws in the New England region by EPA last year yielded significant pollution reduction and compliance assurance. EPA’s efforts last year have slashed pollution in New England by 2.6 million pounds.

Roundtable With Traveling Press - I was wondering if you could expand a little on what you told us on the plane coming over regarding the additional preparation you think is necessary for the next round. What exactly

A Tale of Drugs, Guns, and Murder - Sniper rifles. Grenade launchers. Pistols. Heaps of ammunition. The warehouse on St. Croix was no ordinary gun shop. The woman inspecting the arms was no

Remarks by the President at National Singapore University - THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Good evening. Laura and I are really pleased to be back in Singapore. And I appreciate the chance to come and speak to you at this fine university. I thank the government and the people of Singapore for

Soldiers Find Comfort in Good Luck Charms - CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq, Nov. 15, 2006 " Before heading into Baghdad, soldiers here put on layer after layer of protective gear. There"s the Army combat uniform first, then an outer tactical vest, and finally, they top it off with an Army combat helmet.

1st Cav. Div. takes the reigns in Baghdad - BAGHDAD — Under the clear, morning skies of a promising new day here, 1st Cavalry Division took the reigns for Multi-National Division - Baghdad from 4th Infantry Division during

Iraqi troops bring toys, supplies to children - SAMARRAH — The grin on the Iraqi soldier’s face widened as a little girl ran back to her house holding up a new stuffed animal up and showing it to her parents.

Iran, Syria Continue To Show Destabilizing Behavior, Rice Says - Washington -- The Bush administration is willing to talk to Syria and Iran under the right circumstances, but both countries continue to demonstrate behavior that is destabilizing to the Middle East, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says.

Chinese Intellectual Property Theft Could Spur U.S. Protectionism - Washington -- Widespread theft of intellectual property in China can undermine support in the United States for expanding trade between the two countries, U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez says.

Inexpensive Test Detects H5N1 Infections Quickly, Accurately - Washington -- Scientists from the University of Colorado-Boulder and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have developed an inexpensive “gene chip” test based on a si

Chicago, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Vermont, Kansas Communities Praised for Environmentally-Sensitive Development - EPA today presented its 2006 National Awards for Smart Growth Achievement to the City of Chicago; the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; the City of Wichita, Kan.; the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; and the City of Winooski, Vt. These

Officers Honored With Prestigious Stockdale Award - WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. Mike G. Mullen presented the Vice Adm. James B. Stockdale Leadership Award to Cmdr. Richard L. Clemmons Jr. and Cmdr. Brian T. Howes

For the Second Consecutive Month, Temperatures Colder Than Average - Nov. 15, 2006 — For the second consecutive month, temperatures across the continental United States were cooler-than-average, according to scientists at the NOAA National


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