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Bush Said to Be Ready to Open Oil Reserve Spigot
New York Times - September 23, 2004
Regulators Order Fannie Mae to Fix Accounting Problems Now
New York Times - September 23, 2004
Heavy cost of Hurricane Frances
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Even Near Home, a New Front Is Opening in the Terror Battle
New York Times - September 23, 2004
Ex-Chief of Computer Associates Kumar Pleads Not Guilty
New York Times - September 23, 2004
Trump Hotels and Equity Firm Break Off Investment Talks
New York Times - September 23, 2004
Unemployment and Oil News Keep Stocks Mixed
New York Times - September 23, 2004
Caribbean coral under threat
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Willis back with Hawks
BBC News - September 23, 2004

'Show mercy' begs hostage mother
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Anti-terror refugee laws 'needed'
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Iraq facing 'decisive moment'
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Football: Fifa to give players rest
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Sudan rebels hit outside Darfur
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Tension grows over Haiti relief
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Nazi holiday camp sold at auction
BBC News - September 23, 2004
India calls for reform of the UN
BBC News - September 23, 2004
Science cracks killer bug's code
BBC News - September 23, 2004
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China's Long March Is Retraced With Artistic Steps
The sculptor Wang Wenhai glorifies Mao Zedong in a Chinese art project called "The Long March," with exhibits along the route of that historic trek.
New York Times - August 18, 2004

Frey's cross-examination delayed
Frey's cross-examination delayed
Scott Peterson's former mistress, Amber Frey, will not be cross-examined Wednesday in Peterson's double murder trial as scheduled, due to a new development in the case.
CNN - August 18, 2004
Breaking ranks
Breaking ranks
Reversing his earlier stance and breaking with his party, a senior retiring Republican lawmaker said Wednesday the military strike against Iraq was "a mistake," and he blasted a "massive failure" of intelligence before the war.
CNN - August 18, 2004
Kerry Dismisses Bush Troop Plan, as Both Court Veterans
John Kerry faulted President Bush on his plan to shift troops around the world, saying it could impede efforts to fight terrorism.
New York Times - August 18, 2004
Paul Hamm Wins All-Around Event
After falling on the landing of his vault, Paul Hamm put on two of the most spectacular routines of his career to win Olympic gold, the first ever by a U.S. man.
New York Times - August 18, 2004
Google, Set for Offering, Cuts Share Price by About a Quarter
Google, whose initial stock offering was approved by the S.E.C., cut its price range to between $85 and $95 a share.
New York Times - August 18, 2004
Oil Prices Set Another Record
Oil prices climbed above $47 a barrel today, after figures showed supplies in the U.S. were down for a third consecutive week.
New York Times - August 18, 2004
Rebel Cleric Accepts Truce Terms, Iraqi Conference Is Told
It was unclear whether the announcement signaled an end to the fighting or if Moktada al-Sadr's intentions to end the standoff would be carried out.
New York Times - August 18, 2004
8 Suspects in Terror Plot Appear in British Court
A prosecutor said today that authorities had seized 100 computers in the inquiry that led to charges against eight men.
New York Times - August 18, 2004
El Salvador jail riot 'kills 23'
A battle between prisoners wielding knives and sticks leaves at least 23 dead in San Salvador, police say.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Row over Venezuela ballot audit
Venezuela's opposition demands checks on voting machines after the referendum won by President Hugo Chavez.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Embryo screening 'no health risk'
Screening embryos for genetic disorders, does not harm their health, a large scale review of the procedure has found.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Florida probes storm price fixing
Florida's attorney general investigates more than 1,000 complaints of price-gouging following Hurricane Charley.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Regulators clear Google flotation
US regulators approve documents relating to Google's flotation, clearing the way for its market debut.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Citigroup faces regulatory probe
The UK's Financial Services Authority launches a formal investigation into Citigroup's "unusual trading activity".
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Mexican car workers stage walkout
Workers at a Volkswagen factory in Mexico, which manufactures VW's New Beetle model, have gone on strike over pay.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Medal haul boosts Britain
Leslie Law heads Britain's four-medal haul on a hectic day of Olympic action with eventing silver.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Football: England crush Ukraine
Shaun Wright-Phillips scores on his debut as England cruise to victory against Ukraine.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Swiss to return more Abacha funds
Switzerland says it will hand back to Nigeria $500m allegedly embezzled by the late military ruler Sani Abacha.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Kerry blasts troop pullout plan
Democratic challenger John Kerry says President Bush's plan to recall US troops from Europe and Asia is misguided.
BBC News - August 18, 2004
Sharon's Likud bars coalition bid
Opponents of Israeli PM Ariel Sharon's Gaza pullout plan reject a coalition with the Labour party.
BBC News - August 18, 2004

Nature\'s Youth - Creating Healthier Lifestyles

August 16, 2004 - August 22, 2004
Competition among states for business growth and relocation has never been more intense. Much of the attention on economic development at the state and local level focuses on companies that relocate - and the jobs they bring with them. But the real engine of economic growth is the expansion of existing companies, big and small, that already do busi...

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