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Soldiers, Marine Killed; DoD Identifies Previous Casualties - WASHINGTON, Nov. 8, 2006 – Two U.S. soldiers and one Marine have died in Iraq, and the Defense Department has identified eight earlier casualties.

DOE/NNSA Reliable Fuel Supply Gains Momentum - The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) is implementing President Bush’s policy to provide reliable access to nuclear fuel for civilian reactors to countries that refrain from pursuing their own enrichment and reprocessing technologies. NNSA

Defense Secretary Rumsfeld to be replaced by former CIA director - Washington -- Acknowledging Republican Party losses in U.S. midterm elections, President Bush expressed confidence that he will be able to find “common ground” with the confirmed Democratic majority in the U.S. House of

Iraqi Tipping - Point Is It Working? - Last month, the Islamic world celebrated Ramadan. Unfortunately, extremist elements in Iraq — particularly in BaghdadU.S. service members and three times more Iraqi Security Forces were killed during October; in addition to scores of civilians. —

The Couple Who Ate Glass - You’ve heard the classic line, “Waiter, there’s a fly in my soup!”? Well, how about, “Sir, there’s glass in my food”?

National Methamphetamine Awareness Day on November 30, 2006 - The Department of Justice today announced that it will sponsor National Methamphetamine Awareness Day on Nov. 30, 2006, in order to generate awareness about the damaging effects of meth abuse on individuals

Cleanup Begins at Erb Junkyard Site in Perry, Maine - Within the next several days, EPA, in coordination with the Maine Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP), will begin cleanup of the Erb Junkyard Site located at 42 Gleason Point Rd. in Perry. The two-acre site is a former junkyard and is contaminated with PCBs (polychlorinated

Movies Movies Movies - Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival! - (Melbourne, FL) - Great movies and celebrity guests will make the eighth annual Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival, a celebration of independent film and charity fund-raiser, the most memorable ever on November 10 and 11th

Breaking News Rumsfeld to step Down - Republican Leadership Says Rumsfeld to step Down

UN envoy warns neighbours against using Somalia as theatre for proxy war - Postponed peace talks for solving the crisis in Somalia, now scheduled to be held in mid-December, offer the best hope for the war-torn country, and neighbouring States must avoid

Ground Team Stays Busy on 10th Anniversary of NASA Mars Launch - Engineers are striving to restore full communications with NASA's Mars Global Surveyor on the 10th anniversary of the spacecraft's Nov. 7, 1996, launch.

International Partnership Yields Economic and Environmental Benefits - Last year, the U.S. contributed more than $5 million to an international program to recover and use methane as a clean energy source. That investment has leveraged over $235 million in public and private sector contributions through the Methane to Markets Partnership, according

Ten foreign fighter facilitators killed; Iraqi policeman rescued - BAGHDAD, IRAQ – Coalition Forces killed ten al-Qaeda terrorists associated with foreign fighter organizations today near Muqdadiyah and rescued a kidnapped Iraqi Policeman.

Senior leader visits troops in Diyala - BAQUBAH — The command sergeant major of Multi-National Corps – Iraq, visited Soldiers from 3rd Brigade CombatTeam, 1st Cavalry Division, Monday.

Mercury transit foreshadows future planet hunt - It was a Frenchman, Pierre Gassendi, who first observed the transit of Mercury. But it's thanks to a German astronomer, Johannes Kepler, that Gassendi knew when to look for it.

MISS YOU earns Anthony Wall earns nominations at the 16th Annual LOS ANGELES MUSIC AWARDS - L.A.M.A. Alumni (Nominees and/or Recipients) include The Black-Eyed Peas, System of a Down, No Doubt, Korn, Paula Abdul, Slash, and many more!

Cybercrime Fugitive Arrested in Azusa for Operating Phishing Scheme - Jeffrey Brett Goodin, 46, of Azusa, California, was arrested today by FBI agents after having been a fugitive for the past four months, announced J. Stephen Tidwell, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI"s Los Angeles Field Office.

U.S. Army Tests Mobile Robotic Surgery - Washington -- A team of U.S. Army, telecommunications and surgical experts is using an unmanned aircraft and sophisticated communication tools to take the next step in making remote surgery, or telesurgery, a reality.

DHS Awards 103 Scholarships and Fellowships to Undergraduate and Graduate Researchers - There are a total of 41 scholars and 62 fellows in the class of 2006, representing more than 60 U.S. academic institutions, including land-grant institutions, historically black colleges and universities, and other minority serving institutions.

NOAA Says Focus Needed on Non-Native Lionfish - NOAA researchers reported today that non-native lionfish populations will continue to grow and cannot be eliminated practically using conventional methods.


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