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Piece of Missing Cosmic Matter Found

Posted: 05/13/2008 - Astronomers have found a piece of the universe's puzzle that's been missing for awhile: a type of extremely hot, dense matter that is all but invisible to us.

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U.S. Examining Satellite Images of China Quake Area

Posted: 05/13/2008 - U.S. intelligence analysts are examining spy satellite images of China's Sichuan province, where a powerful earthquake is believed to have killed 3,000 to 5,000 people, a defense official said on Monday.

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Mid-Atlantic Storm Cuts Power, Prompts Evacuations

Posted: 05/13/2008 - A wet, gusty storm that lashed the mid-Atlantic states Monday forced evacuations, flooded roads, fanned the flames of a deadly New Jersey fire and wrecked a research vessel off the Delaware coast, killing a crew member.

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Twister Hits Okla. Town, EPA Testing Air

Posted: 05/12/2008 - Tornadoes over the weekend kill 22 people, raising the toll for the year to a decade-worst 100 people dead nation-wide. One hits one of the country's most polluted Superfund sites.

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US Airlifts Aid to Myanmar, UN Presses Junta

Posted: 05/12/2008 - The first American relief supplies reach Myanmar as the the death toll rises to over 30,000, with another 30,000 still missing. UN Sec-General calls the military rulers' response "unacceptably slow"

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China Quake Death Toll Nears 9,000

Posted: 05/12/2008 - The Chinese government news agency, Xinhua, reports over 8,500 dead in Sichuan province and hundreds elsewhere in China after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake shakes central China.

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Tornado Season Deadliest in a Decade

Posted: 05/12/2008 - The USA has been ravaged through mid-May by a near-record number of tornadoes that has pushed the death toll — including 47 killer twisters over the weekend — to a 10-year high.

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Intimidating Radar this Morning

Posted: 05/12/2008 - "Could you tell me what the radar is showing at 1:19am May 12th? It is rather intimidating."

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Behind the Food Riots: A Debate on How Best to Farm

Posted: 05/12/2008 - Around the world, governments are trying every play in their books to stave off food riots — sending troops to hand out food in slums, ordering sweeping wage increases, banning grain exports and suspending futures trading. The United States is promising millions in emergency food aid.

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