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 KLps1 - August 07 - Fish - Fishes - Fishery Industry - Marine - Seafood. (ps1) Seafood Shop will open in January
| It won't be in time for holiday parties, but Wichita is getting a new fresh seafood shop. "It's going to be a small, neighborhood shop," says Jessica Eberth, who will c... (photo: WN/Patricia) The Wichita Eagle
Fish   Market   Photos   Products   Seafood  
GM not ruling out interest in Proton tie-up GM not ruling out interest in Proton tie-up
| KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - General Motors Corp has not ruled out interest in a possible alliance with Malaysian car-maker Proton , a senior GM official said on Tuesday, d... (photo: AP/ ) Canada Dot Com
Alliance   AutoMaker   Business   Europe   Photos  
 Bald eagle-bird-wildlife (sl1) Hurt eagle found
| Rescuing wildlife has its ups and downs. One local rescuer watched a bald eagle, the official bird of the United States, die this weekend from what she believed to be a... (photo: creative commons) Reflector
Bird   Eagle   Nature   Photos   Wildlife  
Bush hosts Mideast talks amid skepticism Bush hosts Mideast talks amid skepticism
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland (Reuters) - President George W. Bush opens a high-stakes Israeli-Palestinian peace conference on Tuesday, trying to achieve in his final 14 months in ... (photo: AP/Gerald Herbert) AOL
Bush   Maryland   Mideast   Photos   Talks  
Bush welcomes Gore to Oval Office Bush welcomes Gore to Oval Office
11/27/2007, 12:54 a.m. EST> The Associated Press  | WASHINGTON (AP) Talk about an inconvenient truth. Al Gore finally won his place in the Oval Office on Mond... (photo: KEYSTONE/Steffen Schmidt) Penn Live
Bush   Climate   Photos   Politics   Washington  
McCain sees progress, problems in Iraq McCain sees progress, problems in Iraq
WASHINGTON -- Sen. John McCain, back from a Thanksgiving visit to Iraq, said Monday there are signs of progress though the country remains mired in corruption and U.S. co... (photo: AP Photo/Phil McCarten) The Miami Herald
Country   Iraq   Photos   Problems   Washington  
 A man smokes a cigarette outside of a bar in Montevideo, Uruguay, Tuesday, March 21, 2006. Uruguay´s new anti-smoking law took effect on March 1, 2006, banning smoking in office buildings, shopping malls and other public indoor spaces. Additionally, all cigarette packs sold must have the warnings displayed on the packages. AP Photo/Marcelo Hernandez) aaeh Promising strategy for smoking ban
| It's not easy to get the attention of lawmakers when they're all huddled together under the Capitol Rotunda, but 1 million people are hard to ignore. | That's the idea ... (photo: AP Photo/Marcelo Hernandez) Pilot Online
Ban   Lawmakers   People   Photos   Smoking  
3-D Surgery Vision System Lung cancer surgery in Norfolk will be shown live
| NORFOLK | A minimally invasive surgical treatment for lung cancer will be broadcast live Thursday during a webcast at Sentara Heart Hospital in Norfolk. | Surgeons are ... (photo: army.mil) Pilot Online
Cancer   Lung   Photos   Surgery   Treatment  
 President George W. Bush and President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority Bush 'optimistic' about peace talks
By ANNE GEARAN - The Associated Press | WASHINGTON - President Bush stepped cautiously into the most direct Mideast peacemaking of his administration Monday, meeting sepa... (photo: White House / Eric Draper ) The State
Bush   Mideast   Peace   Photos   Talks  
 President George W. Bush meets with the 2007 Nobel Award recipients Gore's Nobel opens Bush's door
By The New York Times | WASHINGTON - Al Gore has traveled the world to spread his message that climate change is creating a "planetary emergency." | But there was one pla... (photo: White House / Eric Draper ) The State
Bush   Climate   Nobel   Photos   Politics  
Republicans threaten to cut aid to Iraq Republicans threaten to cut aid to Iraq
| WASHINGTON -- | Two Republican senators said Monday that unless Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki makes more political progress by January, the U.S. should consider ... (photo: AP Photo/Ali Yussef, Pool) The State
Iraq   Photos   Politics   Republicans   Washington  
 Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., answers questions from the media during a visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Friday, June 23, 2006 in Simi Valley, Calif. McCain, a likely contender for his party´s 2008 presidential nomination, was scheduled to address a sold-out audience at the hilltop library where Reagan is buried. (AP Photo/Phil McCarten) (js1) McCain: Iraq strategy working
By JOHN O'CONNOR - [email protected] | Senator says surge's success shows he was right | U.S. Sen. John McCain said his criticism of the Iraq war - that more troops w... (photo: AP/Phil McCarten) The State
Energy   Government   Iraq   Photos   President  
 KLdy1 - Dec06 - CHNdy1 - Nanjing Road (Nnjing L) is the main shopping street of Shanghai, China and one of the world´s busiest shopping streets. Its eastern section is located in Huangpu District and extends from The Bund west to People´s Square. The western section begins at People´s Square and continues westward. This section is known for its luxurious shopping centers. Tourists and guests often celebrate various holidays at Nanjing Road, such as the Chinese New Year, the Spring break, New Year´s Eve, Christmas and Easter. Some parts of the buildings and shopping malls seen in front of the Nanjing Road today may host a fireworks display over the main isle of the street - East Nanjing Road is now reserved for pedestrians after having been redesigned by a French architect. Nanjing Road also leads directly to The Bund (Wai Tan), which is a famous site that attracts many tourists - china´s economy - china - economy growth - shoppers - shops. (dy1) When it comes to giving, students get it
ADVERTISEMENT | This time of year, most 12- and 13-year-olds are consumed with what they want for Christmas. | Thankfully, seventh-graders at Gulf Coast Academy are learn... (photo: WN / Denise Yong) Tampabay.com
Celebrity   Christmas   Entertainment   Festival   Photos  
 Christmas-christmas lights (sl1) Pick your pine
ADVERTISEMENT | National Christmas Tree Association | Today | Select your tree: Scotch pines, douglas firs and fraser firs (above) are available at the Knights of Columbu... (photo: creative commons) Tampabay.com
Celebrity   Entertainment   Festival   International   Photos  
 President George W. Bush shakes hands with Prime Minister Ehud Olmert of Israel Bush meets with Israeli, Palestinian
| President Bush met with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert yesterday at the White House before meeting separately with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Mr... (photo: White House / Eric Draper ) The Washington Times
Bush   Conference   Mideast   Peace   Photos  
 Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton D-N.Y., right, talks with Helen Johnson during a visit to the Broadmoor area of New Orleans, Friday, May 18, 2007.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon) (js1) Hillary challenged on illegals
| Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton told Iowans that her health care plan does not include illegals, but she supports a safety net to prevent the spread of disease. (Associated... (photo: AP/Alex Brandon) The Washington Times
Disease   Health   Hillaryclinton   Iowa   Photos  
Bush, al-Maliki sign long-term partnership deal Bush, al-Maliki sign long-term partnership deal
| Al-Maliki | President Bush signed a deal yesterday setting the foundation for a long-term U.S. troop presence in Iraq, with details to be negotiated over matters that h... (photo: White House by Eric Draper ) The Washington Times
Bush   Long   Partnership   Photos   President  
 First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton smiles as she is introduced at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore to speak on health care reform, June 10, 1993. (AP Photo/Ted Mathias)(dmk1) US presidential hopeful Clinton slips against Republicans, rivals' attacks
| A new poll Monday showed Democrat Hillary Clinton, seen here 10 November 2007, losing a general election to all top Republican White House hopefuls, in a new sign that ... (photo: Apphoto) Turkish Press
Democrat   Election   Photos   Politics   US  
 Teachers - a math teacher at the Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, goes over lessons using a Singapore math book Tuesday, May 9, 2000, in Chicago. Sherry uses the Singapore standard textbooks for sixth- to ninth-graders, in her advanced algebra/trigonometry class. Math experts are now encouraging U.S. school districts to use the Singapore books because the small southeast Asian country beats the U.S. and the rest of the world in math, hands down. (AP Photo/Stephen J. Carrera) hf1 Ready or not? It's important to assure that students can succeed
| We're still trying to decide. Is it good or bad news when a Texas education official tells us that there are challenges ahead in assuring that high school graduates are... (photo: AP Photo ) Longview News Journal
Education   Photos   School   Students   Texas  
 Specialist Patrick Murphy, foreground right, conducts trading in shares of SAIC Inc., during its initial public offering, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday Oct. 13, 2006. Stocks were narrowly mixed early Friday after the government said September retail sales fell by the largest amount in three months and General Electric Co.´s third-quarter profit failed to dazzle investors. (mb1) TRADING DAY: Monday's markets
| VANCOUVER - Canadian stock markets skated closer to a correction Monday as a big selloff in the final hour of trading pushed major U.S. indices to a 10-per-cent drop fr... (photo: AP /Richard Drew) Canada Dot Com
Canada   Economy   Markets   Photos   Trade  
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