June 10

                
  • EPA proposes no regulation of polluted water transfers

    EPA proposes no regulation of polluted water transfers

    June 9, 2006

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency said June 1 it will not regulate transfers of water from one place to another — no matter how polluted the water is at the start. The EPA proposal...

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  • Chilean students strike for quality education

    Chilean students strike for quality education

    June 9, 2006

    Some 600,000 private and public high school students took to the streets and went on strike throughout Chile on May 29, demanding improvements in their education. At least 500,000 youth marched all over the country the...

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  • World Cup: Brazil is team to beat

    World Cup: Brazil is team to beat

    June 9, 2006

    BERLIN (AP) — Brazil is so loaded with talent that it could probably field the best two teams in the World Cup. Lucky for host Germany, the upstart U.S. and a handful of other upset hopefuls,...

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  • Inconvenient for whom?

    Inconvenient for whom?

    June 9, 2006

    Former presidential candidate Al Gore’s new documentary makes him look really good and global warming look really bad. Both concepts seem really credible, thanks to the director’s skill and Gore’s years of dedication to explaining this...

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  • Torturing national parks

    Torturing national parks

    June 9, 2006

    Whenever an administration comes to power that possesses a philosophy totally at odds with an agency’s purpose, mission and traditions, you can expect fireworks. Since January 2001, the Interior Department has been transformed from a department...

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