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Sun National StaffHOUSTON - When veteran NASA engineer George Studor tuned in to watch his boss announce the loss of the space shuttle Columbia, he said yesterday, he saw a man he'd never seen before. Studor and millions around the world listened as Ronald W. Dittemore,...
Facts about children who are orphaned by AIDS. 1) In 2005, nearly 800,000 children were orphaned by AIDS in the Caribbean and Latin America. By 2015, that number is expected to grow to 1.4 million. -- Regional HIV/STI Plan for the Health Sector 2006-...
Times Staff WriterPresident Bush got just what he wanted today from Republican platform writers: a tightly controlled, highly conservative statement of party principles that lauds his administration and glosses over internal dissent. The platform drafted by a 110-member...
Tribune science reporterAs evidence that the nation's public health system has begun to make profound changes to deal with bioterrorism, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention point to something seemingly trivial: Some physicians have called in to report...
Sun Movie CriticMovie stars John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix want to be like firefighters. Better yet, they want to be like Baltimore firefighters! How cool is that? "They're the most humble, modest group of people I know," says Travolta, who plays a fire chief in...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - As a hazy sun lighted the National Cathedral's stained-glass windows, including one that depicts man's first mission to the moon, Vice President Dick Cheney told hundreds of mourning NASA employees yesterday that their strength and skill...
Tags: NASA, George W. Bush, Heads of State, Dick Cheney, Patti LaBelle
and Megan O'Matz Staff WritersAs Hurricane Frances made landfall 100 miles north of Miami-Dade County last September, a top official at the Federal Emergency Management Agency declared the county a major disaster area with no evidence of damage and contrary to a presidential order,...
Sun Foreign StaffMOSCOW -- The technicians and cosmonauts working in Russia's once-glorious space program were laboring in obscurity a week ago, ignored by the world they had once astonished. Today, the fate of the $100 billion International Space Station, and the...
Times Staff WritersRAMALLAH, West Bank — With his wife and doctors by his side, ailing Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was flown out of the West Bank early today for medical treatment abroad, heralding the likely end of his longtime grip on power. A Jordanian air...
Sentinel Staff WriterSome Central Floridians, already frustrated by delays in getting electricity, gasoline and other basic goods and services, are now caught in another waiting game, this time with their insurance company. Four days after Hurricane Charley tore through...
Tags: Winter Park, Loans, Natural Disasters, Stock Options, Florida
Staff WritersA South Florida member of Congress wants to require the federal government to verify damage before declaring areas a disaster, a step bypassed in Miami-Dade County last fall that led to residents collecting $31 million in aid for a hurricane that struck...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Connecticut, Defense, Natural Disasters, Florida
Associated PressFORT LAUDERDALE -- Perhaps solving one of South Florida's most notorious crimes, police arrested three men Tuesday in the 2001 ambush slaying of Konstaninos ``Gus'' Boulis -- a murder that happened a few months after Boulis sold a fleet of casino boats to...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Lawyers, Judges, Howard Beach, Prosecution
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