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Jun 25,2007
MANCHESTER, England - British Labor Party leader Gordon Brown is set to take over as prime minister when Tony Blair officially resigns Wednesday. By appointing close friend and Transport Secretary Douglas Alexander as an election coordinator, The Times of London said Brown also gave his party a clear sign that he intends to run in a general election next year. Vowing to heed the call for change, Brown became his party's leader at an emotional ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
  Though a little wobble is typical for ceiling fans, shaking and significant wobbling can be noisy and dangerous. Here are a few things that you could do to determine what’s causing the problem:  [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
WHAT IS IT? ANSWER The world's longest-running experiment. In 1930, physicist Thomas Parnell began an experiment to show that even ordinary materials possess remarkable properties.   WHAT IS IT ANSWER - This thick pitch placed in a funnel in a sealed chamber has dripped out at a rate of nine drops over 77 years. CNS Photo.    SPONGEBOB'S REVEALING GENES - There's a reason SpongeBob SquarePants isn't very bright: He has no brain. In fact, as a sponge, ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
  Sunscreen contains active ingredients that absorb and scatter the sun’s UV rays. The length of the rays are altered enough to prevent serious damage.  [full story]
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Jun 25,2007
Recreational pilots across the United States are the most recent victims of the rising cost of gasoline in the nation, a report said. The Washington Post reported Monday that more recreational pilots like 59-year-old Terry McKinney have begun limiting their travel excursions as gasoline prices continue to rise throughout the nation. McKinney said he first felt the impact of gasoline prices when he flew to Morgantown, W.Va., and found fuel priced at $4.69 a gallon. ... [full story]
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Jun 25,2007
CANTON, Ohio - Authorities in Canton, Ohio, have charged policeman Bobby Lee Cutts Jr. with killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend Jesse Marie Davis and hiding her body. Court documents released Monday showed that police suspect Cutts killed Davis at her home on June 14, hid her body and then provided police with false information during their search for the missing woman, CNN reported. Bobby Lee Cutts - Courtesy Stark County Sheriff's Department Also charged in ... [full story]
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Jun 25,2007
NEW YORK - Newly released FBI files show details of decades of surveillance the agency conducted at the National Lawyers Guild. The FBI spied on members of the National Lawyers Guild, which was associated with labor and liberal causes, between 1940 and 1975, the files show, The New York Times reported. One entry reviewed by the Times was about I.F. Stone, whom the FBI described as condemning Sen. Joseph McCarthy's "persecution of innocent citizens" through ... [full story]
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Jun 25,2007
WASHINGTON - Leading Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives say an immigration showdown with the White House could erode conservatives' support for the Iraq war. Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., told The Washington Times President George W. Bush's drive on behalf of immigration reform could cost the administration support for the president's top policy goals, including the Iraq war. "The White House should keep in mind that if they have a direct confrontation with House ... [full story]
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Jun 25,2007
The Oregon House of Representatives on Friday unanimously approved a measure that will make it a crime to solicit minors over the Internet.  The bill, HB 3515, creates the crime of online sexual corruption, which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison, a $250,000 fine and requires those convicted to register as sex offenders in the state. “We have to face the reality that Oregon ’s children are increasingly vulnerable targets, the more ... [full story]
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Jun 25,2007
MAYWOOD, N.J. - A man who helped at Ground Zero after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks is being investigated for traveling to Cuba with filmmaker Michael Moore. Bill Maher of Maywood, N.J., traveled with Moore to seek health treatment in Cuba, where universal healthcare is in place, The New Jersey Star-Ledger reported Sunday. Maher -- who has suffered more than five years with health problems brought on from his volunteer work at Ground Zero ... [full story]
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