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Mammoth Fossil Recovered from American Falls Reservoir

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BOISE, Idaho - The Bureau of Reclamation reports that the fossil remains of a more than 70,000 year-old mammoth discovered near American Falls Reservoir last week were excavated and transferred to the Idaho Museum of Natural History in Pocatello.

Waiting with Their Wings to Fight Workplace Sex Discrimination

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CHICAGO - Flight attendants were one of the first organized groups to challenge systemic-and routine-sex discrimination following the enactment of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a panel of original plaintiffs and other experts explained at an event commemorating the 50th anniver­sary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 held Thursday, October 23rd.

WHO convenes industry leaders and key partners to discuss trials and production of Ebola vaccine

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WHO convened a meeting with high-ranking government representatives from Ebola-affected countries and development partners, civil society, regulatory agencies, vaccine manufacturers and funding agencies yesterday to discuss and agree on how to fast track testing and deployment of vaccines in sufficient numbers to impact the Ebola epidemic.

First RF Corporation Agrees to Pay $10 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations

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The Justice Department announced today that First RF Corporation (First RF), an antenna and radio system company located in Boulder, Colorado, has agreed to pay $10 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by submitting inflated  claims for electronic warfare antennas sold to the U.S. Army to combat Improvised Explosive Devices.

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Hostility to ‘foreigners’ threatens everyone in Britain

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Politicians and newspaper editors have convinced many people in Britain that it is a ‘soft touch’ for foreigners who want to

Warner century the highlight on day three

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A century to NSW Blues dynamo David Warner was one of the few highlights for Australia on a tough third day of the first Test against

Celestica CEO Enters Automatic Securities Disposition Plan

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Toronto, Canada – Celestica Inc. (NYSE, TSX: CLS), a global leader in the delivery of end to end product lifecycle solutions, today

President Obama Announces Presidential Delegation to Attend the Opening Ceremony of POLIN, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews

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President Barack Obama today announced the designation of a Presidential Delegation to Warsaw, Poland to attend the opening ceremony

Avlock International South Africa Established JV in India

“AVLOCK INTERNATIONAL SOUTH AFRICA ESTABLISHED JV IN INDIA”ENGINEERED RIVETING, SWAGING & AUTOMOTIVE FASTENING

TAF Teams Up with Assemblyman Michael Montesano Representing District 15, to Educate Students

Two organizations have teamed up to reduce those numbers, and increase the exposure to the message and change activity. The Texting

College of Education Alumni Society honors 2014 award recipients

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The College of Education Alumni Society announced its 2014 award winners at the College of Education Alumni

Mammoth Fossil Recovered from American Falls Reservoir

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BOISE, Idaho - The Bureau of Reclamation reports that the fossil remains of a more than 70,000 year-old mammoth discovered near American Falls Reservoir last week were excavated and transferred to the Idaho Museum of Natural History in Pocatello.

Ghost Bike: A Photographic Journey Book by Genea Barnes, Kickstarter Campaign

A Kickstarter campaign for a fine art photography book that immortalizes Ghost Bikes: memorials for fallen

Immunologist to Discuss Ebola

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Ilhem Messaoudi will discuss facts and myths about Ebola on Nov.

Uruguay Elections: A Close Race Anticipated but a Vazquez Victory a Near Certainty

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This Sunday, October 26, a significant change could occur in Uruguay. General elections are being held in the country and the only

Is Cuba Caring too Much?

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While Ebola is threatening some economic giants away from the African continent, brigades of Cuban doctors have boldly marched to the

Pablo Medina: Paraguay’s Third Victim of Drug Politics

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By: Louise Højen, Research Associate for the Council on Hemispheric Affairs.

More New Mexico Counties and a Pueblo added to Oct. 6 Federal Disaster Declaration for Summer Floods

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SANTA FE – An amendment to the October 6 major disaster declaration for New Mexico adds public assistance funding eligibility to

Simple Weekend Recipe: Ginger Apple Cream Scones and Starbucks Coffee

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Ginger Apple Cream Scones are so simple and good – with tender crumbs, flecks of apple, and hints of ginger and cinnamon. Not too

Partners In Health Names Gary Gottlieb Chief Executive Officer

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BOSTON (Oct. 24, 2014)—Partners In Health announced today that it will name Dr. Gary Gottlieb as the organization’s next CEO,

OAS Organizes in Saint Lucia High Level Meeting on the Role of the Judiciary in International Commercial Arbitration

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The Fourth High Level Meeting on the Role of the Judiciary in International Commercial Arbitration, organized by the Organization of

Isabella's Annual Gala Raised the Roof!

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This news item, produced by Isabella, is presented here (with permission) to recognize the honoring of David Gould, senior advisor at

First champions crowned at Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals

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Oct. 24, 2014) – The first medals of the 2014 Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships were claimed in Beech Mountain, N.C.,

IMF Executive Board Modifies Rule for Setting SDR Interest Rate

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On October 24, 2014, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) amended the rule for setting the Special Drawing

Waiting with Their Wings to Fight Workplace Sex Discrimination

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CHICAGO - Flight attendants were one of the first organized groups to challenge systemic-and routine-sex discrimination following the enactment of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a panel of original plaintiffs and other experts explained at an event commemorating the 50th anniver­sary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 held Thursday, October 23rd.

The Bottom Line: REIT performance by the numbers

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It's that time again. U.S. -based retail REITs are reporting their third-quarter performance to investors.

The Boston Globe Magazine and The Commonwealth Institute Name Top 100 Women-Led Businesses In Massachusetts

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Boston (October 24, 2014) – The Boston Globe Magazine, together with its partner The Commonwealth Institute (TCI), today announced

Maduro Looking into “De-friending” Spain Over Comments

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CARACAS, Venezuela — President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela is not taking the criticism of Spain’s Prime Minister Mariono Rajoy

Timberline Announces Terms of Reverse Stock Split

At the effective time of the amendment to Timberline's Certificate of Incorporation effecting the reverse stock split, every twelve
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