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Abramoff Scandal Likely to Result in Political Earthquake

WASHINGTON, January 4 – So far the casualties of the Abramoff scandal are limited, only a few politicians have been named in this bribery scandal so far. The question however

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New Benefits for Solar Energy Use

Federal tax credits implemented to encourage solar energy development and use After years of failed attempts, the U.S. Congress passed comprehensive energy legislation last summer. Spurred by record prices for

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CIA Operatives Wanted in Italian Kidnapping Case

ROME, December 23 – Today an Italian Prosecutor announced that arrest warrants for 22 CIA operatives have been issued on the 20th of December. The CIA agents are wanted for

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Bird Flu Develops Resistance Against Tamiflu

GENEVA, December 22 – In a very alarming development recent research shows that the dreaded H5N1 virus is developing into a Tamiflu-resistant form. This could mean that the stockpile most

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Judge Resigns as Protest to Bush’s Secret Spy Program

WASHINGTON, December 21 – The new chapter in this drama of covert spying missions approved by the President takes a dramatic turn. In light of the recent report by the

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Smoking Among Teenagers Slowed Down as Painkillers Gain Popularity

MICHIGAN, December 20 – It seems as though the big guns are gaining popularity among teens. In a recent survey held by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the

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Bush Defends Secret Spying Program Again, Urging it’s Legal

WASHINGTON, December 19 – President Bush never faced as much criticism as nowadays, and he seems to acknowledge this in such a way he feels obligated to respond to the

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Violence in Iraq Flares up After Elections

BAGHDAD, December 18 – For the first time since the elections violence surged through Iraq as the heavy security measures for the elections were lifted. The elections proceeded very clean,

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Heat on Bush Increases as Patriot Act is Rejected

WASHINGTON, December 17 – President Bush is more and more getting himself in trouble. On Friday the Senate rejected the renewal of the Patriot Act which was established after 9/11

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Investigation into Alleged Presidential Order to Spy Illegally

WASHINGTON, December 16 – Once again President Bush finds himself in troubled waters. Senator Specter announced today that the Judiciary Committee will look into the reports which indicate that Bush

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