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The Nation's Weather

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Here is the national weather summary for Thursday.

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Environmentalists To Sue EPA Over Park Haze

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Environmentalists took steps on Wednesday to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to compel states to clean up the haze plaguing the nation's parks, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas.

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Ex-EPA Official Critical On Climate Change

Posted: 06/25/2008 - A high-ranking political appointee resigned from the Environmental Protection Agency after concluding there was no more progress to be made on greenhouse gases under the Bush administration.

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Wednesday Storm Reports

Updated: 06/25/2008 - Here are storm reports from Wednesday afternoon's storms.

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Forest Fire Near Athens Causes Power Cuts

Posted: 06/25/2008 - A large forest fire on the outskirts of Athens knocked out power in the Greek capital Wednesday and sent a large cloud of smoke over the city.

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Wheat Surges On Midwest Rains, Pesticide Scare

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Wheat prices shot up Wednesday after more rain doused parts of the flood-stricken Midwest and Kansas embargoed some winter wheat to test for pesticide residue.

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Scientists Seek To Sort Sundry Names For Sealife

Posted: 06/25/2008 - The underwater world and the underworld have at least one thing in common - lots of aliases. Now scientists are trying to do away with the second names of those species with two different names.

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Scientists Identify Possible Alzheimer's Gene

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Scientists have identified a gene that may raise the risk of getting the most common kind of Alzheimer's disease by about 45 percent in people who inherit a certain form of it.

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Fossil Of Most Primitive 4-Legged Creature Found

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Scientists unearthed a skull of the most primitive four-legged creature in Earth's history, which should help them better understand the evolution of fish to advanced animals that walk on land.

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Scientists Think Big Impact Caused Two-Faced Mars

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Scientists say fresh evidence supports the theory that a monster impact punched the red planet, leaving behind perhaps the largest gash on any heavenly body in the solar system.

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