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Secret Service visits art show at Columbia

Organizers of a politically charged art exhibit at Columbia College's Glass Curtain Gallery thought their show might draw controversy. But they didn't expect two U.S. Secret Service agents would be among the show's first visitors.

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>> Russia, U.S. Launch Joint Missile Defence Wargames

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>> U.S. Has No Exit Strategy for Iraq, Rumsfeld Says

>> China premier hits back at Japan

>> US-Israeli Relations At Lowest Point In Years

>> Iraq president endorses US troop presence

>> Hezbollah drone flies over northern Israel


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Ridge Says RFID Boosts Security

Tom Ridge, the first secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, this week told the manufacturers and users of radio-frequency identification technologies that their work will protect Americans from terrorism.

Respected Scientist Says Peak Oil Is A Scam

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Sharon: Israel on Eve of 'Civil War'

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suggested the Jewish state is in crisis and appears to be on the "eve of a civil war" as his goverment moves to remove 8,000 Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip.

US trade deficit hits fresh high

The US trade deficit has widened to a new high as the world's largest economy consumed record imports of consumer goods and industrial materials.
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