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Sun Foreign StaffGUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba -- Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld flew into this contentious little corner of his domain yesterday to demonstrate his conviction that the United States is doing exactly the right thing with its 158 detainees from...
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Dressed in khakis and a dusty green canvas jacket, Rich Richmond enters the medical center with an easy gait and bright countenance, like a country gentleman returning from a brisk jaunt in a wintry woods. Certainly no one in the waiting room would...
Sun StaffHealth authorities ruled out two potential SARS cases in Maryland Thursday, but three members of a Millersville family who traveled recently to China were in isolation at home after one developed symptoms of the deadly respiratory ailment. Anne Arundel...
Sun StaffAbout noon on Feb. 28, 1953, two men burst into their favorite pub, a scruffy spot called The Eagle near their Cambridge University laboratory. As people sipped their beers and forked down shepherd's pie, one of the men gleefully announced: "We have...
Sun StaffCLEVELAND - Turnovers have led this Ravens' road trip into a dead end. A third-place record has changed this journey into a crossroads. Swallowing some pride as a franchise yesterday, the Ravens watched their title defense get put on notice in a...
Sun StaffCommercial pilots who crisscross the country daily in jetliners like those used in yesterday's attacks say the terrorists probably included trained pilots, took advantage of lax airport security and carefully chose the flights they hijacked. The pilots...
Sun StaffABOARD THE USNS COMFORT - "Flight quarters, flight quarters, all hands man your flight quarters!" bellowed the loudspeakers on this hospital ship - three football fields long - as a helicopter delivering two injured Americans yesterday prepared to land....
Sun StaffAt any time, across the country, legions of clandestine operations of a particular sort are afoot. They are assignments of utmost importance that usually require lies, covert maneuvers and the highest order of secrecy. Success is crucial. Fail, and...
The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va.When Lacey Sweeney was a senior in high school, she underwent treatment for a torn rotator cuff and tendonitis in her shoulder -- an injury her doctors attributed to sports. But even after several visits, she failed to improve. And then her mom saw a...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Onex Corp has called off its auction of medical imaging firm Carestream Health Inc after failing to find a buyer that was willing to meet its price expectation of as much as $3.5 billion, three people familiar with the matter said...
Khaleej TimesOsteoporosis is still considered a disease of older white women, but it is clear that both sexes and all ethnic groups have some risk for fracture, explains Dr Adnan Abdulwahid, Rheumatologist, Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah. Thus, even though women fracture...
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