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Companies Get OK To Annoy Polar Bears

Posted: 06/14/2008 - Less than a month after declaring polar bears a threatened species because of global warming, the Bush administration is giving oil companies permission to annoy and potentially harm them in the pursuit of oil and natural gas.

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Warm Spring Reported

Posted: 06/14/2008 - Although the U.S. saw a cooler than average spring, the world's overall report was that the spring was a warm one.

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Chilean Volcano Eruption Intensifies

Posted: 06/14/2008 - A volcano that has been erupting for six weeks in southern Chile has shown signs of intensifying eruptions.

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Heavy Rains In Southern China Kill 6

Posted: 06/14/2008 - Heavy rains in southern China triggered floods that killed six people and forced the evacuation of 150,000 residents.

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Des Moines Levee Breach Threatens Neighborhood

Posted: 06/14/2008 - A levee ruptured early Saturday allowed the Des Moines River to pour into an area near downtown, and a mandatory evacuation was ordered for 270 homes.

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Explorers Find 1780 British Warship In Lake Ontario

Posted: 06/14/2008 - A 22-gun British warship that sank during the American Revolution and has long been regarded as one of the "Holy Grail" shipwrecks in the Great Lakes has been discovered at the bottom of Lake Ontario.

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Girl Survives Lightning Strike and Then Wins $20

Posted: 06/14/2008 - No one quite understands the term "striking it lucky" better than a Michigan teen who survived being struck by lightning and went on to win $20 in the lottery the next day.

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Floods Could Reduce Corn Supplies and Raise Prices

Posted: 06/14/2008 - Floods that have inundated the Midwest could reduce world corn supplies and drive food prices higher at a time when Americans are already stretching their grocery budgets and people in poor countries have rioted over rising food costs.

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DOE Considers Selling Scrap from Uranium Sites

Posted: 06/14/2008 - The U.S. Department of Energy has revived a plan to salvage millions of dollars from radioactive scrap culled from old uranium enrichment operations in Tennessee and Kentucky.

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