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The very thing that makes raw milk dangerous, its dirtiness, may make people healthier, and pasteurization could be cleansing beneficial bacteria from milk. Milk as it emerges from the teat, it seems, is both panacea and poison.

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President Bush threatened to veto the latest House version of an update to foreign surveillance law, as the chamber’s members last night held their first “secret session” since 1983 and only their sixth since the end of the War of 1812 to hash out the issue.

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You may be surprised to discover which big businesses are making your organic foods.

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Today, all three networks carried President Bush’s address to the American public bashing the House’s compromise wiretapping legislation. During the speech, Bush once again criticized the American public for failing to fully appreciate the patriotic sacrifices of the nation’s telecoms.

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My dealer calls himself Unread. I caught a glimpse of his driver’s license once though, when his wallet spilled all over the ground while we were shooting up in an airport lounge. Turns out his real name is Unimportant Bullshit. That’s a pretty funny name, when you think about it.

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Poop-power is not a new phenomenon, as methane-powered generators have existed for a while, and even larger scale developments have used poo-power as a way to meet energy needs. But powering a state with poo? This is exactly what Californian utility PG&E has just started to do…

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Carlyle Capital said it was unable to meet its margin calls and was now in default on about $16.6 billion of its debt.

“The remaining indebtedness is expected soon to go into default,” Carlyle Capital said in a statement.

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California and Nevada lead the way.

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Dozens of U.S. troops in Iraq fell sick at bases using “unmonitored and potentially unsafe” water supplied by the military and a contractor once owned by Vice President Dick Cheney’s former company, the Pentagon’s internal watchdog says.

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At least 50 people in Kottayam district have reportedly lost their vision after gazing at the sun looking for an image of Virgin Mary. Though alarmed health authorities have installed a signboard to counter the rumor that a solar image of Virgin Mary appeared to the believers, curious onlookers, including foreign travelers, have been thronging…

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