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*Yahoo News...Sept. 16 2004......According to the latest Harris Interactive poll posted on The Wall Street Journal's website Thursday, Kerry secured 48 percent of the intended vote, compared with 47 percent for Bush. more|
*Washington Post.....A staple of Bush's stump speech is his claim that his Democratic challenger, John F. Kerry, has proposed $2 trillion in long-term spending, a figure the Massachusetts senator's campaign calls exaggerated. But the cost of the new tax breaks and spending outlined by Bush at the GOP convention far eclipses that of the Kerry plan.
*BBC.....A US Democrat senator tells a hearing that President Bush's nominee for CIA director is too close to the White House.
*Newsweek....It's Worse Than You Think....As Americans debate Vietnam, the U.S. death toll tops 1,000 in Iraq. And the insurgents are still getting stronger.More
*ABC News....Five outspoken Sept. 11 widows on Tuesday will publicly endorse John Kerry for president, The Associated Press has learned, throwing their weight behind the Democratic challenger in a heated campaign debate over who is best suited to defend the nation from another terrorist attack.
*Washington Monthly....There Goes the Neighborhood......Why home prices are about to plummet--and take the recovery with them.
*ZDnet....America Online on Thursday confirmed that it has begun hiring software engineers to fill its new offices in Bangalore, India. AOL began recruiting engineers in India last December in hopes of building an overseas presence where skilled, technical labor is cheaper than in the United States.
*MSNBC....Only two days away from the end of its primary mission, NASA's Mars rover Spirit has found more evidence that water once affected rocks strewn across its Gusev Crater landing site.
*Wired.....ARLINGTON, Virginia -- They've served, mostly, as spies. Once in a great while, they've moonlighted as assassins. But now, unmanned aircraft are slowly starting to become full-fledged killing machines -- armed to the teeth, and designed for the deadliest parts of war.
*NPR: Mysterious banners at a Cambridge, Mass., subway stop have commuters scratching their heads. The signs, challenging passers-by to solve a complicated math problem, are actually a cryptic pitch by Google, which is looking to hire more brainy engineers....Windows Media
*Wired.....Microsoft's new keyboard features a fingerprint reader that should have been a handy gizmo. But its price and its unfriendly attitude toward non-Microsoft browsers disappoint.
*ZDnet....Major graphics flaw threatens Windows PCs.
*Mars Exploration Rover Mission Home Page
*You can access live audio/video coverage of NASA TV select feeds at the Houston Chronicle Space Central web site , NASA or the United Space Alliance site.
You can also track the Space Station, Space Shuttle and others course on a Realtime Java Map. thanks to Nasa. Don't miss the J-Track site. FlightTracker and Skywatch are other interesting realtime tools to experiment with.
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