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Physicians and General Public Favor Mandatory HIV Testing

Results of a new national survey of 864 physicians and 1,339 members of the general public revealed that a significant majority of both groups believe that mandatory, federally funded HIV testing would improve the overall health of the U.S. population.

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>> Gannon appeared in White House briefing room before he joined conservative website

>> ‘Liberal’ Media Silent About Guckert Saga

>> British nuclear plant 'loses' plutonium

>> Shiite-led alliance holds majority of Iraq assembly seats

>> Senate Passes Bill Allowing More Time to Declassify Nazi War Crime Papers

>> CIA, FBI Warn of New Attack on US

>> Up To 70% Interest Credit Cards Aimed At UK Poor

>> U.S. Lawmakers Block Afghan Drug Funds

>> Oswald and Dealey Plaza vs. McVeigh and the OKC Bombing

>> SELLING THE MEDIA CULTURE: BILDERGERG PROPAGANDA RULES THE PLANET

>> Conservative Sycophants Lose Credibility

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>> Shrink punished for 'new world order' talk

>> Man 'blinded at Guantanamo'

>> California exploring proposal to tax drivers by the mile, not by the gallon

>> States Considering Monitoring, Taxing Motorists With GPS Units

>> Houston police DNA test found inaccurate

>> No First Amendment Protection: Court Says Reporters Must Testify or Go to Jail

>> Lawmakers urged to reject Patriot Act

>> Bush Wants 'Patriot Act' Extended

>> US increases pressure on Damascus

>> Intense diplomacy as US says North Korea could resume missile tests

>> Poll Says Americans See N. Korea As Threat

>> CIA issues warning on China’s military efforts

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>> Piggly Wiggly Trots Toward RFID Implementation

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School district considers GPS tracking for buses

School bus drivers across the state have been put under the microscope in the past year for accidents during their shifts. Now the Lee County School District is looking to the sky to help make sure the ride to school is a safe one.

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Iran warns of immediate payback for any attack after blast scare

Iran warned Thursday that it would respond immediately to any military strike after a roadworks blast near a nuclear site sparked fears of an attack, the state news agency IRNA reported Thursday.

Bush Administration to Renew Nuke Bomb Testing

Thousands of Utah residents downwind of the Nevada proving ground blame atomic-bomb testing - which began in the 1950s and ended with a 1992 moratorium - for an airborne scourge of disease and death due to radioactive fallout.

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