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Jul 31,2007
RICHFIELD, Utah -- Authorities in Utah were given hope Monday in their search for a missing horseback rider as witnesses reported seeing a man in the area. The Salt Lake Tribune said that Kent Renaulfsen, 65, has been missing since Saturday in Sevier County's rugged mountainside but several individuals said they had seen a man standing by campfires in the region. Renaulfsen had been horseback riding with his wife and a friend Friday when the ... [full story]
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Jul 30,2007
CAMP DAVID, Md. -- British Prime Minister Gordon Brown Monday said it will take at least a generation to stem al-Qaida-inspired terrorism. Following two days of meetings with U.S. President George Bush at Camp David, Md., Brown told reporters at a joint news conference the battle has to be "fought in military, diplomatic, intelligence, security, policing and ideological terms." "We're in a generation-long battle against terrorist, against al-Qaida-inspired terrorism and this is a battle for ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
WASHINGTON -- An increasing number of U.S. communities have implemented the proposal of complete streets that allow roads to be used by nearly every type of travel. While 14 U.S. states and 52 cities have instituted such policies, the concept of adding sidewalks and bike paths to area streets is blossoming in several other locations as local and state officials warm to transportation proposal, USA Today said Monday. Supporters of the travel legislation include the ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Monday said a proposal for a massive arms sales package to the Mideast would soon be before the U.S. Congress. Rice said that the package would be focused on Saudi Arabia and its immediate neighbors and could potentially total $20 billion if approved by Congress, The New York Times reported. The arms sales would represent part of an aid package to six Mideast states, including Egypt and ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering consolidating its food-safety system by closing seven testing laboratories across the United States. While FDA officials have said closing the labs would free up vital funds for food-safety efforts, many experts have said the cost-cutting efforts could have the opposite effect, the San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News reported Monday. "In the middle of all these problems that the FDA's having, it looks really bad ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A Taliban spokesman said Monday that members of the militant group have killed another of the South Korean church volunteers it was holding in Afghanistan. The announcement that a second hostage was slain Monday came hours after the militants reportedly reached a deadlock with Afghan officials regarding their demand for the release of eight Taliban prisoners, CNN reported. The militant group, that is holding 21 hostages, killed one hostage as part of ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
CAMP DAVID, Md. -- U.S. President George Bush Monday described his initial talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown at Camp David as "casual and good." Brown arrived in the United States late Saturday and the two leaders had lengthy talks Sunday, dismissing the rest of their delegations so they could speak in private. "We had a really casual and good discussion, and we'd be glad to share -- I'll be glad to share some ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif. -- Al Gore III, son of former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, agreed to join a drug-diversion program as part a guilty plea to California drug charges. The younger Gore pleaded guilty Monday to five counts of drug possession, two of which were felonies but could have those charges dropped completely if he successfully completes the nine-month program, the Los Angeles Times reported. Orange County, Calif., Sheriff's deputies allegedly found various medications ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
CAIRO -- Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salaam Fayad said Monday Palestinians have every right to resist Israeli occupation. He made the remarks at an Arab League news conference two days after the authority published its platform. The platform immediately came under fire from Hamas and other militant parties for excluding the term "armed resistance" against Israel and death threats were made against Fayad, the Jerusalem Post reported. His remarks appeared to smooth over the choice ... [full story]
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Jul 30,2007
Cultural Grants Increase 20% and Strengthen Culture and Community SALEM, Ore. – Governor Ted Kulongoski on Friday announced grants of more than $1.36 million from the Oregon Cultural Trust to recipients in the state's cultural community in recognition of their contributions to cultural life in the state. "I'm proud of the work the Cultural Trust does for our state, and the richness it brings to the cultural life of Oregon," the Governor said. "The Trust ... [full story]
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