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Salem-News.com (Jan-06-2012 14:24)

US Recalibrating Iran War Plan

It is apparent that Washington and Tehran are at crossed swords now and one cannot recall a time when Tehran was so boldly defiant in the face of the US cudgel-brandishing policies.

(TEHRAN) - War, Peace and Nature From the recent massacres happening in Iraq and Syria, one can gather that Washington has adamantly trodden on a path which is to be seen as a way to redefine the war in Iraq, an effective stratagem to bring the regime of Assad to its doom and recalibrate a comprehensive plan to topple the Islamic government of Iran.

Immediately coinciding with the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, a coordinated string of deadly explosions gripped Iraq...

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Salem-News.com (Jan-05-2012 01:16)

US Sanctions no coup de grace for Iran

The table Washington has set for Iran seems to be big enough to hold more options for the Islamic Republic.

(TEHRAN) - Salem-News.com Will Washington dispense with a new round of sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran? Or will the warmongers in the White House march for war against the country?

In a dramatic move which was apparently contrary to his desire, Barack Obama on Saturday signed into law tough new sanctions against Iran targeting the country's Central Bank and financial sector in a bid to administer an economic coup de grace against Iran.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-11-2011 17:01)

Japan Earthquake: Damaged Japanese Nuclear Power Plants Stoke Nuclear Fears

Reactor Reax Top Stories for 11 March.

(WASHINGTON D.C.) - damaged nuclear plant in Japan As Japan suffered from the worst earthquake in the country's recent history Thursday afternoon, and a 23-foot tsunami ripped across the island nation carrying every possible thing in its path.

Attention turned to the country's multiple nuclear power facilities, with no real way of knowing if one of the world's most dramatic and deadly natural disasters, would in turn cause a malfunction within one of the nuclear reactors.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-20-2010 17:59)

Corn Belt Senators Push Back Against Eliminating Ethanol Subsidies

Monsanto, ADM, ... Contribs to corn belt Senators pushing back against eliminating ethanol subsidies...

(BERKLEY, Calif.) - Wheat state As Reuters reports, Sen. Dianne Feinstein recently attempted to drastically reduce subsidies for ethanol production.

Feinstein's plan was to amend HR 4853 - the Middle Class Tax Relief Act of 2010 to reduce the import tariff on ethanol from $0.45 to $0.36, and the $0.10/gallon tax credit for small ethanol producers to $0.08.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-17-2010 15:37)

Iowa Board of Pharmacy Recommends Making Marijuana a Schedule II Drug

State board votes 6-0 in favor of reclassifying marijuana for medical use and establishing a legislative task force to implement the change.

(DES MOINES, Iowa) - Iowa flag Today, the Iowa Board of Pharmacy voted 6-0 to recommend to state lawmakers that marijuana be reclassified as a Schedule II drug.

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Salem-News.com (May-24-2006 11:17)

Study: Sioux Falls is Safest Driving City

In Oregon, Salem ranked 67th, Eugene ranked 19th, and Portland Ranked 89th.

(SIOUX FALLS, S.D.) - Salem Oregon Capitol area Motorists in Sioux Falls " where the streets are laid out sensibly and the traffic enforcement is strong " are the nation's safest and Midwest cities account for half of those in the top 10, an insurance study shows.

Researchers with Allstate Insurance Co. found that each motorist in this growing city in southeast South Dakota has on average one accident every 14.3 years 30 percent better than the national rate of one every 10 years.

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