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Bush plans to unveil a $2.5 trillion budget today eliminating dozens of domestic programs, including funding for education, environmental protection, while proposing significant increases for the military spending. About 150 programs in all would be shuttered or radically cut back. One out of every three of the targeted programs concern education. Medicaid funding would be also be reduced significantly.
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GE which is conducting business activities in Iran that "are fully compliant with U.S. law" stops taking any further orders from Iran. Does GE have inside information of any coming US military ventures?
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Libya granted its first oil exploration licenses in over four decades, awarding 15 permits to foreign companies, with US companies taking the lion's share. First Libya is a terrorist nation, then it isn't. Maybe what the US calls "terrorism", and oil companies being allowed to produce oil, are somehow connected?
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EPA issues warning on Teflon.
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Missing documents supplied by an anonymous source indicate that that Eli Lilly officials were aware in the 1980s that Prozac had troubling side effects and sought to minimise their likely negative effect on sales. Documents suggest a link between the drug fluoxetine (Prozac) and suicide attempts and violence.
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