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NASA's Final Space Shuttle Flight Lifts Off From Cape Canaveral
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Final Flight Of Space Shuttle Program Launched Today (with video)

With much anticipation, and some sadness, NASA blasted off the Atlantis Space Shuttle, marking the final flight for the decades-old shuttle program that revolutionized space exploration.  A perfect launch under partly sunny skies this morning saw Atlantis rocket to space for the final time.

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Shuttle Atlantic Crew
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Space-Where Do We Go From Here? Fox News Special On Newstalk 870

Be listening Sunday 6pm and Monday 5pm for a Fox News Special, Space-Where Do We Go From Here?

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Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images
Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images
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Wildfires Burn in 12 States; 11,000 Evacuated

As the largest wildfire in Arizona state history continued to burn in the eastern central part of the state on Wednesday, firefighters in 11 other states were busy battling blazes.

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cell phone
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Cell Phones = Cancer, Says World Health Organization

As if we did not have enough to think about these days...now the World Health Organization (or WHO) is saying cell phones can produce cancer at the same level as the threat posed by lead, engine exhaust and chloroform.

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a green school
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Are ‘Green Buildings’ Saving Green in WA?

So much has been said, published, broadcast and blathered about how going green is not only good for the enviornment, but it will save us citizens lots of money. Not so fast, says a comprehensive report from the Washington Policy Center.

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Damaged Blackhawk Stealth chopper
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US To Pakistan-We Want Our Chopper Back

The remains of the US helicopter that force landed during the Osama bin Laden operation remains in Pakistan, the US wants it back, but the Chinese are now showing signs of interest.

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Federal Emergency Management Agency
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Alerts Coming To Cell Phones-Even If You Don’t Want Them

The new P.L.A.N. is coming to your cell phone eventually...whether you like it or not.

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Oil production platform and supoort ships Alaska
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EPA Ruling Doesn’t Help Gas Prices

Although drilling and oil discovery does not have an immediate effect on supply, it does help bring down prices by way of speculators.  But a recent EPA ruling will not help.

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Robot Enters Japanese Nuclear Plant

Going where no man can go, a robot called the Packbot entered the three crippled nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Nuclear Facility in Japan.

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Fukushima nuclear plant 2011
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Japan Radiation A Danger to Northwest?

According to the latest information from the Washington State Department of Health, as of 1pm Thursday,

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