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Pirates are hit on two fronts 16.4.2009 Philly.com News
MOMBASA, Kenya - The United States and its allies battled Somalia's pirates on two fronts yesterday, with French forces seizing a bandit mother ship and the Obama administration announcing it will take the unusual step of trying to seize pirates' financial assets and property.
Japanese fleet kills 680 whales, misses target 15.4.2009 The Earth Times Online Newspaper - Environment News
Tokyo - Japan's whaling fleet failed to achieve its target but still returned to port with the meat of 680 whales on board. The fleet's mothership, the Nishin Maru, returned Tuesday to its home port of Shimonoseki in south-western Japan after the clo...
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Egg hunt of a different stripe 13.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
The 4-year-old brothers eagerly clawed open their Easter eggs searching for the ultimate prize: whipped cream and raw red meat. ...
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Sage Rosenfels raised by hippes? Not exactly 12.4.2009 Pioneer Press: Most Viewed
Dan McCarney still laughs at an image of a young Sage Rosenfels.
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Ways to make college costs more affordable 12.4.2009 LA Times: Business
Parents and students should think of themselves as shoppers rather than college applicants and go on the hunt for the best deals.

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At many banks, the loan money still flows 12.4.2009 Chicago Tribune: Business
Companies find some banks, willing able to lend Dione Reyes, president of Specialty Title Services Inc. in Schaumburg, had a shocking meeting last ...
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Waterfowl hunters spent $900 million in 2006 11.4.2009 Star Tribune: Latest
The total was $28.5 million in Minnesota, and the agency's director said the national figure was 'significant.'
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On Our Blogs: Wolves, hybrids and Obama's green Easter 11.4.2009 Greenspace
GRAY WOLVES NO LONGER ENDANGERED: Gray wolves are expected to be removed from the endangered species list on May 2. They will no longer be protected in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Idaho and Montana, and areas in Utah, Washington and Oregon....
Palin and the Wolves: Inside Alaska's Aerial Hunt 10.4.2009 Newsweek Top Stories
As a VP candidate, Alaska's governor was attacked for the state's aerial hunting program. But the partisan bickering belies a complex and longstanding ...
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Rural States Help India Defy Slump 10.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: Page One
Rural India is showing signs it can pick up the economic slack for slowing growth in other sectors. ...
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Rural States Help India Defy Slump 10.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: Economy
Rural India is showing signs it can pick up the economic slack for slowing growth in other ...
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Rural States Help India Defy Slump 10.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: US
Rural India is showing signs it can pick up the economic slack for slowing growth in other ...
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Rural States Help India Defy Slump 10.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: Asia
Rural India is showing signs it can pick up the economic slack for slowing growth in other ...
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Rural States Help India Defy Slump 10.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: World
Rural India is showing signs it can pick up the economic slack for slowing growth in other sectors. ...
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Stalking the wild leeks of spring 9.4.2009 Grist News
What could improve a forest walk in early spring? Spotting a bunch of that delicious wild relative of the leek known as the ramp. Presented By: In a conspiracy keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Click to Learn More   ...
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A Morel Quandary? Where To Find Them 9.4.2009 NPR: All Things Considered
April showers bring May flowers — and create the perfect environment for morel mushroom hunting. Commentator Julie Zickefoose loves finding the spongy fungi, bringing them home by the armful to sautee in butter with shallots. Yum!
Hawk Migration Association of North America Receives International Award for Raptor Population Index 9.4.2009 ENN Network News - ENN
MEDFORD, MA. The Hawk Migration Association of North America (HMANA) has been honored with the Partners In Flight (PIF) International Leadership Award at the recent 74th Annual North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference in Arlington, Virginia.
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Tips for the safe handling of food for your Easter celebration 9.4.2009 Seattle Times: Top stories
The USDA and American Egg Board offer these tips on how to properly handle the ingredients in Easter food celebration — Ham and hard-cooked eggs.
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Meat now, sex later for Ivorian chimps 8.4.2009 New Scientist: Living World
Male chimpanzees in Ivory Coast don't expect sex in return for providing dinner – not straight away, anyway ...
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Canada geese messing with Chelan parks 8.4.2009 AP Washington
CHELAN, Wash. (AP) -- Hundreds of Canada geese coating Chelan city parks with droppings have overstayed their welcome, and city officials are looking for ways to evict them....
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