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How's that for beating the summer doldrums? She can be contacted at , ext. Thousand- foot-plus injector wells are not uncommon in Florida, even in our region, but what we store deep under our aquifer isfodderfor concern and debate. A controversy brewing in Manatee County has cast the spotlight on injector wells of which there are thou- sands in Florida.
Injector wells are drilled deep into the earth, under the aquifer and usually so deep that hundreds of feet of rock and limestone separate the substances that are injected from our water supply. Their purpose is little more than a garbage dump for waste and tainted water supplies that cannot be disposed of in surface water. These wells are rated from Class I to Class V, with one being a well that contains substances that would be the most harmful.
According to an Florida Department of Environmental Protection website, Class I wells are used to inject hazardous waste new hazardous waste wells were banned in , nonhazardous waste, or municipal waste below the lowermost underground source of drinking water. The majority of the Class I injection facilities in Florida dispose of non hazardous, secondary- treated effluent from domestic wastewater treatment plants.
There are favorable hydrogeologic conditions in Florida where the underground formations have the natural ability to accept and confine the waste. The injection wells are required to be constructed, maintained, and operated so the injected fluid remains in the injection zone, and the unapproved interchange of water between aquifers is prohibited.
According to a spokesperson for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, none of the Class I wells in our area contain hazardous waste. In Manatee County, there is a move afoot to drain wastewater from the infamous Piney Point phosphate facility that was abandoned years ago by Mulberry Corp.
The FDEP insists the water is safe to store even though there were reports in the past of illnesses and certainly evidence of algae blooms and red tide caused by leakage in the holding facility at Piney Point. Some residents, especially farm- ers, are concerned. That is because there is no foolproof method to guarantee that waste injected deep into the ground will not someday seep back into the water supply - even though there are policies in place to monitor the project.
Those concerns moved Manatee County commissioners to hold off approval of the injector well after a public hearing Tuesday. The fact that the Manatee County project would be the first time phos- phate-polluted water would be injected into a well in Florida was a red flag, commissioners said. ProPublica, a nonprofit news organization, said of , wells nationwide, 6, were found to have leaks and more than 67, were found to have violations of some kind.
And, in Miami-Dade County treated wastewater was found to be moving toward the surface in 17 Class I wells in the s. We trust the FDEP is influence free and looks out for the best interests of Florida residents and farmers. But, at the same time, we are glad to know our tri-county area has not succumbed to the temptation to store more danger- ous substances below our drinking water.
We've had enough talk about the beautification of U. Let's do something about it. It is such a let-down to cross the Peace River Bridge after driving through the beautifully landscaped U. Many of the areas near the bridge are underdeveloped, vacant and unattractive. Why not plant a few small trees and bushes along the median right of way down there and work north as funds are available? Let's stop talking and start digging. It will be a more attractive entrance to our neighborhood if we did.
Barbara Benjamin Port Charlotte The only one missing something? We are advised to not judge all Muslims by the action of a few lunatics, but we are encouraged to judge all gun owners by the actions of a few lunatics. Funny how that works. Then it seems we constantly hear about how Social Security is going to run out of money. How come we never hear about welfare or food stamps running out of money?
What's interest- ing is the first group "worked for" their money, but the second didn't. Also, why are we cutting benefits for our veterans, no pay raises for our military and cutting our Army to a level lower than before World War II, but we are not stopping the payments or benefits to illegal aliens?
Am I the only one missing something? Karen Dudgeon Englewood Some questions about zoning Editor: On April 29, this newspaper printed a public notice for three special use exceptions for CCU to install three more lift stations two along Edgewater and one on Harbor.
This was for the controver- sial needed? Spring Lake sewer project. Why such a push to get three more lift stations approved? A quick look at the appraiser's website shows the last address as Sunrise Park, zoned as public property used for parks and recreation. This is a far cry from a sewer lift station. The public notice described this to be in a residential single family 3.
It is across from that zoning and is already zoned forest, parks and recreation areas. In reference to future users, the Charlotte County appraiser's office shows parks and recreation. I urge the concerned citizens to attend the May 14 Zoning Board of Appeals meeting at 9 a. Remember, a special exception for use granted by the Zoning Board is like forever.
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It is obvious that Mr. Judge has never watched Fox News, if he considers it a racist group. I consider this cartoon outlandishly off base and in very poor taste. Newell Punta Gorda Everyone is part of problem Editor: All those complaining about the Affordable Care Act's subsidies need to realize that their private Medicare plans are also subsidized. For those of you who have Medicare Complete, Medicare Advantage or similar private Medicare plans, the Medicare amount deducted from your monthly Social Security pay So stop complaining, all you Geri Kriska "righties," you are part of the Port Charlotte very problem about which Death penalty is irrational policy Editor: The two words "death penalty" evoke strong feelings from anyone hearing or reading that phrase.
In your May 10 edition, Kathleen Parker, in her column, did an excellent job of clarifying the positions of those who favor and those who oppose this modern day version of an ancient practice. To her credit, she clearly showed the irrationality of killing people who have killed people to prove that it's wrong to kill people. Even the most painless tech- nique of causing death such as lethal injection is still an you are complaining.
There they go again. Our school officials want more money for education hoping money vetoed by the governor in the Fiscal Year '15 budget can be diverted to them. We spend more on education per pupil than any other country in the world and let me remind our school administrators and school board members that there is no connection between school spending and student outcomes.
Nationally we spend billions of taxpayer money on public education, yet our students are mediocre at best and recent test scores show in the paper Charlotte County schools are no exception. A study done by Cato Institute, a free market think tank, says the average student performance has decreased 3 percent in math and verbal skills over the past 40 years. Cato further states though spending has tripled in in- flation adjusted dollars, the number of school employees has almost doubled since If you look at our economy, virtually in every competitive field productivity has risen over that time frame due to techno- logical advances which could easily be adapted to facilitate learning.
But not education which has remained stagnant. We need new school board members and administrators to analyze the budget and bring fresh ideas to advance learning by allocating resources more ef- fectively and efficiently. We can't continue to accept mediocrity watching the rest of the world continue to rush past us. I, too, hate the name, "Fishville. When we have guests, that is the first place we take them to see.
I don't think they would be ex- cited if we told them we were taking them to "Fishville. Whoever came up with that name should be run out of town. Here we are coming up in a couple months on the 10th an- niversary of Hurricane Charley, something that changed the lives of our permanent resi- dents and affected the lives of our new arrivals. We have a totally new city, both downtown and residen- tial. After 10 years of positive change, I would have expected that many of the organizations, including the city staff, who take credit for how we have evolved into what we are today would be planning some kind of anniver- sary to trumpet their success.
I think it is far more ob- vious today than it was at the five-year mark. The next significant milestones at 20 and 25 years will dwell on the his- tory of Punta Gorda and how Hurricane Charley changed our development and quality of life.
The people and personal efforts will long since be forgotten. We forget that many local events have continued over the years. The continuous events in Laishley Park, the Old Courthouse renovation, Fishville, fishing tournaments on ESPN, Jazz Fest, baseball, murals around town, the Events Center, the airport and airlines, and many other festivals available weekly.
This all would not be possi- ble if it was not for the interest, support and desires of our small town residents. We have remained vibrant. So it is time to think about what has really happened in the last 10 years and not wait to the next big anniversary.
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The Letters Readers with access to the Internet may email Letters to the Editor at letters sun-herald. Rick Scott should thank volunteers during Florida's legislative session many bills be- come law without much scrutiny, while the bigger, controversial issues get more attention. So a little page bill dealing with a mundane issue like citizen support organiza- tions CSOs wasn't really a blip on anyone's radar, but it should have been.
To the casual ob- server, and most of the Legislature, it must have appeared as a shining example of good gov- ernment, transparency, accountability or any other feel-good bureau- cratic buzzword you'd like to insert here. But it isn't good government; in fact, it's more government, more intrusiveness and more meddling into the actions of private entities.
That's right private entities. Most of these CSOs are not-for-profit organiza- tions that already have stringent reporting and auditing requirements as well as extensive coordi- nation with government agencies. Who are these CSOs flPaula and what do they do?
They are citizens who organize to volunteer and raise funds for our state parks, libraries, Florida National Guard, veterans, elderly and the blind.
This CSO-hostile bill popped up with no notice, ironic since its goal is pur- ported to be transparency. The bill requires detailed reporting requirements, adoption of a code of ethics and sharing of tax documents of the private organization. It also requires the review and repeal of the CSO every five years unless action is taken by the Legislature. Yes, that's right, the lawmak- ing body of the state of Florida wants to repeal private entities that re- ceive no tax dollars unless they decide the entity should be reenacted.
This is less government? When asked why this bill was needed, advocates for CSOs were told it was part of the Senate president's ethics reform.
The sponsors of the bill admitted they were not aware of any particular problems and they had a difficult time naming a CSO that received any tax dollars. My favorite line in the staff analysis of the bill reads: As part of govern- ment ethics reform, let's require private entities to adopt a stricter code of ethics than elected officials. I'd like to believe that legislators might have just been duped by the honorable sounding, accountability-dripping language of the bill and were blind to the disincentive it would be to citizen volunteers and donors.
They also provided 1. Many of the CSOs, also known as Friends Groups, have provided funding for large capital projects such as visitor centers and boardwalks that require long-term fundraising efforts. During the economic downturn, they provided critical funding for building repairs, mowers, trams and road paving, and other necessities sitting on the waiting lists of a park system that is chronically underfunded.
After a devastating hurricane season, the CSOs were instrumental in cleaning up the parks and getting them re- opened much quicker to the public. The Florida State Parks system has been nation- ally recognized three times, more than any other state park system, with the prestigious Gold Medal Parks award.
This is due in large part to the strength of our CSOs. The Legislature should thank them and ask how they could duplicate their efforts.
The statewide Friends of Florida State Parks was established in and has met all the reporting requirements each and every year, an excellent track record. They don't shy away from accountability or transparency. Their major objection to Senate Bill is the repeal provision that would require each CSO to face a "sunset review" every five years, putting long-term capital im- provements and fund- raising campaigns in jeopardy. It's disappointing that the Legislature passed this misguided bill with a near unanimous vote despite being made aware of its negative consequences.
The state could face a painful financial hit to the state park system and to the other agencies that benefit from CSOs if the law leads to less citizen enthusiasm and activity. Why would volunteers want to continue to give their time and resources with all this uncertainty? Rick Scott would be wise to veto the bill, apologize to all those self- less and talented volun- teers and thank the CSOs for the tens of millions of dollars they have saved the taxpayers and the tremendous contribution they have made to our quality of life.
If it ain't broke Paula Dockery is a syndicated columnist who served in the Florida Legislature for 16 years as a Republican from Lakeland. Readers may reach her at PBDockery gmail. In Arkansas, a military record is no magic bullet en. Mark Pryor, the embattled Demo- cratic incumbent in Arkansas, made a serious gaffe in March when he questioned Republican opponent Tom Cotton's reliance on military service as a campaign theme.
While praising the congressman for serving, Pryor told a TV interviewer that he didn't consider Cotton's military record in Iraq and Afghanistan a special credential. He filmed a playful ad with his Army drill sergeant responding to the "enti- tlement" charge. The ad went viral. But, surprisingly, it seems not to have helped Cotton's campaign. A Pryor win is by no means certain, but the fact that the Democrat is even in contention in a state where President Obama's approval rating is just 33 percent suggests that Cotton's military record is no magic bullet.
In a series of ads done by and for Cotton, the former Army Ranger's military career is the centerpiece of his Senate candidacy and yet that doesn't seem to be help- ing him, even though his opponent may be the most vulnerable Senate Democrat in the country. It's not just Arkansas: America loves its 2. That includes John Walsh, a Montana Democrat who was appointed to his Senate seat and will have difficulty winning election in the fall.
Of the 17 14 Repub- licans and three Democrats , few have campaigned primarily on their service. In and , Democrats had some success running anti-war vets such as Patrick Murphy, Chris Carney and Joe Sestak, but they later lost races. And, of the Republicans elected, many have been guards- men and reservists who had held or run for lower offices before; they tend to have strong political connections and aren't campaigning primarily on their war records.
Military service has never been a guarantee of electoral success, of course. Bill Clinton, who didn't serve, defeated two celebrated combat veterans. George W Bush beat two opponents who, unlike him, had served in Vietnam. But now the wars that dominated the national dialogue for a decade have faded in relevance.
A Gallup poll in February found that 49 percent of Americans thought U. A majority of Americans long ago decided that the war in Iraq was a mistake. Also, a Pew poll last year found isolationist sentiment running at a year high, with Americans, by 52 percent to 38 percent, saying the United States should "mind its own business internationally.
He followed the same script this time but support for his military-themed campaign seems to have hit a ceiling. In November, he released an ad showing photos of him in Army fatigues posing with mil- itary hardware while his mother gave the voice- over: They offered to make him a military lawyer but Tom insisted on the infantry.
Now, a group called the Government Integrity Fund is blanketing Arkansas with more mar- tial imagery and photos of Cotton in camouflage. Now, Tom Cotton's ready to serve his country again, to fight Obamacare, bailouts and runaway spending. Now they want to know what he has done as a civilian.
Dana Milbank is a Washington Post colum- nist. Readers may reach him at danamilbank washpost. Sammie Steiner, 14, and Joshua Mendieta, 15, partnered up together during the weekend ballroom dance workshop at Haven Dance. Angelica Mendez, 16, demonstrates proper hand placement with dance instructor Brenda Atherley during a recent free ballroom dance workshop.
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Page 2 WIRE www. Chelsea Manning to a civilian prison where she can get treatment for a gender-identity condi- tion. But her lawyer said Wednesday that a move from a military prison would make Manning choose between the treatment and her safety.
Manning entered the Army as a man named Bradley. The officials were not authorized to speak on the record and discussed the matter on condition of anonymity. Manning has been diagnosed with gender dysphoria, the sense of being a woman in a man's body. Chelsea Manning poses for a photo wearing a wig and lipstick.
Transgender people are not allowed to serve in the military. Manning was convict- ed of sending classified documents to anti-se- crecy website WikiLeaks. The soldier has asked for hormone therapy and to be able to live as a woman.
The request was the first by a transgender military inmate and set up this dilemma for the department: The mil- itary has also repeatedly argued that it does not have the medical exper- tise to provide treatment for gender dysphoria. Manning cannot be discharged from the service while serving her year prison sentence. Her lawyer, David Coombs, contended that civilian prisons are not as safe. Coombs said "any military facility would be acceptable. The Justice Department declined to comment on the Manning issue.
Mara Keisling, ex- ecutive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, said the Constitution requires that prisoners be given medical treatment. They have to treat her. And it is cruel to withhold medical treatment.
John Kirby said no decision to transfer Manning to a civilian detention facility had been made. Manning remains behind bars," he said.
Topeka Board of Education decision 60 years ago is being chipped away, and it's no longer just a black-and- white issue. Latinos are now the largest minority group in public schools, surpass- ing blacks. And about 57 percent attend schools that are majority Latino.
In New York, California and Texas more than half of all Latino students go to schools that are 90 percent minority or more. For black students, the South now is the least segregated section of America. Outside of Texas, no Southern state is in the top five in terms of most segregated for black students. But more than half of black students in New York, Illinois, Maryland and Michigan attend schools where 90 percent or more are minority.
Gary Orfield, co-di- rector of the Civil Rights Project at UCLA and author of "Brown at 60" about the Supreme Court decision, says the changes revealed in the report are troubling, with many minority students receiving poorer educations than white and Asian students who tend to be in middle class schools. Educational policy since the s has largely ignored race, he says, with an emphasis instead on accountabili- ty measures that assume equal opportunity can be achieved in separate schools.
When people ask if there is any great advantage to sitting next to a white person, Orfield said, his answer is no. If you have any questions, please call Housing discrimi- nation stopping or discouraging minorities from moving to major- ity-white areas also plays a role in school segregation and "that's been a harder nut to crack," said Sherrilyn Ifill, president of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, which argued the Brown case in front of the Supreme Court.
School performance can be entwined with poverty, too. Her school is made up almost entirely of African-American students. She said her school doesn't offer physical educa- tion classes or art, and Advanced Placement classes are only avail- able online.
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Insurers and health of- ficials are seeking to limit the confrontations, which accounted for more than one-third of homeowners liability claims costs last year, the institute said.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. AP -Weeks before an underground accident killed two workers, employees at a prob- lem-plagued West Virginia mine were notified that they may lose their jobs because the coal was selling for less than the cost of digging it out. Saint Louis-based Patriot Coal told all workers at its Wells min- ing complex on April 23 that a large-scale layoff or closure of the mine was possible.
Legg and Hensley were performing a risky method known as retreat mining, where the roof is intentionally collapsed to retrieve more coal. Retreat mining is considered standard practice in mines where coal reserves are running out. Between and , the total number of visits to emergency departments in a nation- wide sample of hospitals grew by 3. During that same period, the number of visits by patients seeking treat- ment for a traumatic brain injury grew by The eight-fold increase in TBI patients could be due to a number of factors, the researchers wrote.
There may be an actual increase in the number of head injuries suffered by patients, or the figures may be a sign that Americans are taking these injuries more seriously and getting treatment for things they would have blown off in the past. It's certainly possible that both factors are at play, they wrote. The top-rated broad- cast network released a new schedule Wednesday that includes five new series that will start in the fall, four of them dramas.
The network will also begin a weekly drama about stalkers. Spacey wants cyberstalker to get prison time BOSTON AP -Kevin Spacey has asked a federal judge to imprison a Boston- area woman convicted of sending electronic messag- es that threatened to shoot, torture and disembowel the Oscar-winning actor. She pleaded guilty in November to charges including mailing threat- ening communications, and sending threats and false information regarding explosives.
Culkin's lawyer in court documents says there is "no evidence" her client intended to carry out any threats, and asks for mental health care at a halfway house. The network says Conan O'Brien will be sticking around with his late-night hour through It airs Monday through Thursday at 11 p. The announcement Wednesday comes with the late-night landscape in flux at rival networks. The state fined the company and demanded a temporary halt to five new exploratory wells. And the fracking-like episode drew widespread attention to an emerging oil rush at the western edge of the Everglades, rousing opposition from environmentalists across the state who worry about the impact on wa- ter quality and wildlife.
The potential is pretty scary. The Department of Environmental Protection said the enhanced procedure, which some call cracking, "had not previously been used in Florida.
Environmentalists scorn the practice and some communities are consid- ering banning it, largely because it produces large amounts of toxic wastewater. The environmental protec- tion officials, concerned about this new proce- dure, told the company not to move forward but later found that it did anyway.
Then on May 2, under pressure from the state, the company agreed to stop drilling five new wells until a review of the impact of the fracking-like episode is completed, probably in December. Spokesman David Blackmon said the company is "confident the results are going to show that the groundwa- ter hasn't been negatively impacted" and that its operations do not pose a threat to contamination.
The company denies that the new practice amounts to cracking because it uses an acidic solution instead of the usual cracking chemicals and a "mod- est volume" of water and sand.
But state officials remain wary of the practice. Nelson has asked the U. Environmental Protection Agency to review the groundwater data once it is submit- ted by the company and state officials.
To environmental activists, already con- cerned that oil drilling will contaminate water supplies and damage the Everglades, the epi- sode seemed to confirm their worst fears. Some wells are operating in Florida, and the state has grant- ed 37 drilling permits over the past five years. Joshua Roth of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle said the researchers merely were tallying the cost of screening, and were not "judging value" or saying whether Medicare should pay it.
He led the study, which was released Wednesday and will be presented at an American Society of Clinical Oncology conference later this month. Lung cancer is the world's top cancer killer, mainly because it's usually found too late for treatment to do much good.
Most deaths involve Medicare- age people, and most are due to smoking. Recently, a major study found that annual CT scans, a type of X-ray, could cut the chances of dying from lung cancer by up to 20 percent in those most at risk- people ages 55 through 79 who smoked a pack of cigarettes a day for 30 years or the equivalent, such as two packs a day for 15 years.
Based largely on that, the U. Preventive Services Task Force in December recommended screening that group, about 10 mil- lion Americans. Under the new health care law, cancer screenings recommended by the task force are to be covered with no copays. About 4 in 10 house- holds headed by an adult under 40 currently have some student debt.
The report was based on an analysis of gov- ernment data from the Survey of Consumer Finances as well as Pew Research survey data. Flames were shooting up along canyon ridges as thick black smoke dark- ened blue skies over the small city, about 30 miles north of San Diego, known for its Legoland California amusement park that was closed Wednesday be- cause of a power outage. Mandatory evacuations were in progress, and more than 11, notices were sent to homes and businesses.
Local TV broadcasts showed the blaze engulfing subur- ban-style homes with manicured lawns. No injuries were reported. More wildfires broke out Wednesday in San for Diego County. The blaze was one of several wildfires that firefighters in San Diego County were battling amid hot, dry and windy conditions.
Offshore wind means some coastal com- munities have higher temperatures than inland and coupled with low humidities, "it's just, unfortunately, a recipe for a large fire and that's what we're seeing right now," Moehler said.
Another wildfire further north, forced the evacuation of residents in military housing at Camp Pendleton, and the closure of an elementary school on the Marine Corps base. A third fire spread from a burning vehicle on coastal Interstate 5 to roadside brush near the northwest corner of the Marine base. Earlier, authorities reported 25 percent con- tainment of a 2. It will open to the public May Wolf, who lost his wife, Katherine, planned to be at the ceremonial opening. The display of anger could have significant repercussions for the Turkish leader, who is widely expected to run for president in the August election, although he has not yet an- nounced his candidacy.
Tensions were high as hundreds of relatives and miners jostled outside the mine's entrance Wednesday, waiting for news amid a heavy police presence. Rows of women wailed uncon- trollably and men knelt sobbing or simply stared in disbelief as rescue workers removed body after body, some charred beyond recognition.
One elderly man wear- ing a prayer cap wailed after he recognized one of the dead, and police had to restrain him from climbing into an ambu- lance with the body. An injured rescue worker who emerged alive was whisked away on a stretcher to the cheers of onlookers. Also advised to take the medicines like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doc- tor, period. Narrow networks are part of the economic trade-off for keeping premiums under control and preventing insurers from turning away those with pre-existing conditions.
Even before the Affordable Care Act, doctors and hospitals would choose to leave a he said Wednesday. First, a dark corridor is filled with the voices of people remembering the day. Then visitors find themselves looking over a cavernous space, 70 feet below ground, at the last steel column removed during the ground zero cleanup - a totem covered with the numbers of police precincts and firehouses and other messages.
Descend farther - past the battered "survi- vors' staircase" that hun- dreds used to escape the are heterosexual men or women who don't always use condoms with at-risk partners and gay or bisexual men who have sex without a condom or are not in mutually exclusive rela- tionships with partners testing HIV- negative, the agency said.
For HIV, "there's no vaccine and cure in the near horizon. Prevention is key," network or be pushed out- over reimburse- ment issues as insurers tried to contain costs. Insurance trade group America's Health Insurance Plans says studies show the big- gest factor influencing consumer choice is price. Insurers say that if consumers want low premiums, their choices may be limited.
Insurance compa- nies also argue there's wide variation in what doctors and hospitals charge, with some increasing prices every burning towers and there are such artifacts as a mangled piece of the antenna from atop the trade center and a fire truck with its cab shorn off. PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is a step toward combating the AIDS-causing virus that infects 50, new patients each year in the U.
Gilead's Truvada was approved for sale year. Insurers say there's little evidence that higher-priced hospitals or doctors are actually delivering better care. Health and Human Services spokesman Fabien Levy says the law requires insurance companies to post their directories so consumers can see if their doctor is covered before they sign up. Officials say insurance companies ultimately decide what doctors and hospitals to include in networks, just as they did before the law.
The federal are plunged int chaos of Sept. Many in the crowd expressed anger at Prime Ministi Tayyip Erdogan's government. Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said people were inside the coal mine at the time of Tuesday's explosion: The death toll topped a gas explosion that killed workers near Turkey's Black Sea port of Zonguldak. It also left miners still unac- counted for.
Yildiz said rescue Commercial bounce houses rented for parties and other events are made of heavy vinyl, weigh to pounds, and are secured by inch steel stakes. The girl fell out im- mediately and suffered minor scrapes, but the boys didn't tumble out until the toy was 15 workers were trying late Wednesday to reach the bodies of up to 22 people trapped in one zone.
Some of the workers were 1, feet meters deep inside the mine, he said. One rescue worker who declined to be named said he led a man team about a half-mile down into the mine's tunnels, where they recovered three bodies before being feet in the air.
The other has two broken arms and several broken facial bones. They were airlifted to Albany Medical Center. Rescue op were halted for hours into Thur by the U. Food and Drug Administration in to be used as part of a prevention strategy that included safe sex practices and regular HIV testing. Fewer than 10, people are prescribed the drugs for prevention while about almost , are eligible.
Insurance companies say doctors are equally responsible for letting con- sumers know what plans they accept. But finding that information can be tricky because healthcare. Instead it offers links to directories of individual plans, which are sometimes inaccurate. He said it the at- will show visitors "that he twin they're in a very sacred ig and from place and a very historic place.
Miners God willing, they will be er Recep brought out," Erdogan said of those still trapped. The last miner rescued alive emerged from the mine around dawn and the first burials took place later Wednesday. Giza Nergiz, a year- old English teacher, said The chief said the investigation was con- tinuing but no charges were likely to be filed. He called it a "tragic accident. At a news conference, he tried to deflect a question about who was responsible for the disaster, saying: In June , strong winds tumbled three bounce houses with children inside them at a youth soccer tour- nament in Oceanside, N.
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There are days left in the year. Today in history On May 15,, Alabama Gov. Wallace was shot and left paralyzed by Arthur H. Bremer while campaigning in Laurel, Maryland, for the Demo- cratic presidential nomination. Bremer served 35 years of a year sentence for attempted murder.
On this date In , English navigator Bartholomew Gosnold and his ship, the Concord, arrived at present-day Cape Cod, which he's credited with naming. In , Edouard Manet's painting "Le dejeuner sur I'herbe" The Lunch on the Grass went on display in Paris, scandalizing viewers with its depiction of a nude woman seated on the ground with two fully dressed men at a picnic in a wooded area.
In , registered nurse Ellen Church, the first airline stewardess, went on duty aboard an Oakland-to-Chicago flight operated by Boeing Air Transport a forerunner of United Airlines. In , President Franklin D. Wartime gasoline rationing went into effect in 17 Eastern states, limiting sales to three gallons a week for non-essential vehicles.
In , the Fender Strato- caster guitar, created by Leo Fender, was officially released. In , astronaut L. Gordon Cooper blasted off aboard Faith 7 on the final mission of the Project Mercury space program. All 40 crew members had already been released safely by Cambodia; some 40 U. In , the Soviet Union began the process of with- drawing its troops from Afghani- stan, more than eight years after Soviet forces had entered the country.
Today's birthdays Actress-singer Anna Maria Alberghetti is Counter- culture icon Wavy Gravy is Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is Singer Trini Lopez is Singer Lenny Welch is Actress- singer Lainie Kazan is Actress Gunilla Hutton is Actor Nicholas Hammond Film: Actor Chazz Palminteri is Baseball Hall-of-Famer George Brett is Football Hall-of-Famer Emmitt Smith is Actor Russell Hornsby is Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler is Rock musician Brad Shultz Cage the Elephant is Officials in Denmark have retracted a controversial animated cartoon that was intended to inspire young people to vote in upcoming elections for the European Parliament.
The second video featured a musta- chioed, muscular man aggressively inter- rupting a couple having sex and punching people into a polling station.
It was posted late Monday on the Danish Parliament's social media sites. Parliament Speaker The twisted remains of a portion of the television tra tower from the World Trade Center is displayed at th Sept.
Ex-leader's 'emergency' illegal ISLAMABAD AP - Pakistan's main federal investigative agency has "irrefutable proof" that former military ruler Pervez Musharraf illegally declared a state of emergency in , according to a report it released Wednesday, as the one-time leader now faces a high treason trial over the declaration.
The page Federal Investigation Agency report quotes a former governor of the eastern Punjab province, Khalid Maqbool, and a former attorney general, Malik Muhammad Qayyum, as saying they had not been consulted by Musharraf before he declared the emergency on Nov.
Under Pakistani law, Musharraf was to have consulted then- Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz before making the declaration something the former government officials said he hadn't done. The unrest at industrial parks near Ho Chi Minh City is the most serious outbreak of public disor- der in the tightly con- trolled country in years. It points to the dangers for the government as it tries to manage public anger at China while also itself protesting the Chinese actions in an area of the South China Sea claimed byVietnam.
Vietnam has sent ships to confront the rig which are engaged in a tense standoff with Chinese vessels protecting it. The rioting Tuesday into Wednesday in Binh Duong province followed protests by up to 20, workers at the industrial parks. Smaller groups of men attacked factories they believed were Chinese-run, but many were Taiwanese or South Korean, the provincial government said in a statement. Japan looks for solutions to declining populaiton TOKYO Yomiuri Shimbun -A government panel's proposal on the impact Japan's graying and shrinking society may have on the economy reflects strong fears that, unless urgent measures are taken, the nation could face an economic crisis.
The Committee for Japan's Future, an advisory panel to the Council on Economic and Fiscal Policy, proposed setting a goal to maintain a population level of about million 50 years from now.
It also said it was necessary to count people up to age 70 as part of the working-age population and to promote the active participation of women in society. It will be difficult to achieve sustained economic growth unless immediate measures are taken," Akio Mimura, head of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said at a press conference Tuesday.
Nigeria BAUCHI, Nigeria AP On - The villagers knew after le an attack was coming, impen so they used the dark military of night to ambush bushed the suspected Boko gunmc Haram militants, killing security scores and arresting Associa at least 10 in a move 10 mili to deter the extremists tainted, and make future attacks killed, "impossible. At least itants were de- , and scores were the official said, ng on condition of mity because he authorized to give ews to journalists.
Earlier this year in other parts of Borno, extremists launched more attacks in what some feared was retaliation over the vigilante groups. Borno is where more than girls were abducted last month and Share now actively involved in the effort to rescue the missing girls.
Attorney General Eric Holder said FBI agents and a hostage negotiat- f ing team are in Nigeria now, providing technol- ogy and other materials Sand working with "our Nigerian counterparts to be as helpful as we possibly can. The group kid- napped the girls on April 15 from a school in Chibok.
At least of them are still held captive, with the group's leader threat- ening to sell them into slavery. In a video released on Monday, he offered to release the girls in exchange for the freedom of jailed Boko Haram members. Britain and the U. Ukraine launches talks but foes are missing KIEV Ukraine AP - Ukraine's govern- ment launched talks Wednesday on decentral- izing power as part of a European-backed peace plan but didn't invite its main foes, the pro-Russia insurgents who have declared independence in the east.
That deliberate oversight left it unclear whether the negotiations might help cool the tensions in the east. In his opening re- marks, acting President Oleksandr Turchynov said authorities were "ready for a dialogue" but insisted they will not talk to the pro-Russia gunmen who have seized buildings and fought gov- ernment troops across eastern Ukraine.
If we go to Kiev, they will arrest us. Ukraine right now is deeply divided between those in the west, who want closer ties with Europe, and those in the east, who have strong traditional and language ties with Russia. Acting Prime Minister ArseniyYatsenyuk told participants they will be holding discussions across the country "in as many regions as possi- ble," but didn't name any specific one. Oleksandr Efremov, leader of the Party of Regions in the Ukrainian parliament, the support base of ousted President Viktor Yanukovych, voiced hope that the discussions will be held in the east "where things are perceived in a different way.
The Ukrainian gov- ernment, however, has said it will not stop its offensive to retake east- ern cities now under the control of the separatists who declared indepen- dence Monday in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, home to 6.
Kiev-appointed Donetsk governor Serhiy Taruta sought to strike a reconciliatory note, urging the government among other things to refrain from calling pro-Russia protesters "terrorists" and to dis- mantle the protest camp on Kiev's Maidan square that led to Yanukovych's departure. That would send a message that Kiev treats all protesters from the east and west equally, Taruta said. Anti-immigration party shakes up British politics ST. Labor or the Conservatives. Next week, that august record is likely to come crashing down, courtesy of a far-right insurgent party that has seized on a pervasive anti-immigrant and anti-establishment mood to rocket to the lead in polls for the European parliamentary election.
The rise of the U. Independence Party has shaken up British politics in a way rarely seen here. While far-right parties have long been influen- tial across continental Europe, they have always been relegated to the fringe in this country, which sees itself as open and inclusive.
But the political and economic stars have aligned in UKIP's favor, and a party that's dismissed as racist, xenophobic and a bit loony by London so- phisticates suddenly is steering the national debate with its calls to close down borders and abolish the European Union. A victory in European elections would confirm its newfound status as a major political player, even though UKIP lacks a single seat in the British Parliament. The party's message has resonated particularly well in struggling small towns and decaying industrial centers, where the benefits of a recovering economy are scarcely felt and where mainstream politicians are seen as out of touch with constituents furious over a massive influx of foreign workers.
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The party's emergence doesn't just challenge the ruling Conservatives, who have scrambled to the right on immigration and environmental policies to keep from being outflanked. As Harris's conversion shows, it also threatens to eat into support for Labor, which risks losing the backing of working-class voters progressivism.
On one campaign billboard, a dejected worker sits on the curb with a coin cup at his feet. Consumer discretionary stocks, a group that includes luxury retailers and entertainment companies, dropped the most. Industrial and technology companies also fell, and riskier, small-company stocks resumed a sell-off after rebounding on Monday.
Instead, investors bought safe and steady stocks. Russell said stocks were getting closer to being fairly valued. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped The Nasdaq composite fell The Russell index, a gauge of small-com- pany stocks, fell The index has slumped 9 percent since peaking March 4 as inves- tors sold riskier stocks. Bonds benefited from investor's appetite for less risky assets. The yield on the year Treasury note, which falls when the price of the bond rises, dropped to the lowest it's been since October.
The yield declined to 2. Over the past 12 months, costs climbed 2. Food prices surged by the most in three years. The gain in April was broad-based from goods such as poultry and trucks to services like transportation - and indicates a re- bound in pricing power could be taking shape as the world economy improves.
Rising costs will probably ease concern among some Federal Reserve policy makers who have said they want inflation to increase closer to their 2 percent goal. The "trend is not threat- ening as long as it's grad- ual and remains below central bank targets," said Markus Schomer, chief economist at Pinebridge Investments in New York, whose forecast for the PPI was among the highest in the Bloomberg survey.
The median estimate in a Bloomberg survey of 69 economists called for an advance of 0. Forecasts ranged from a drop of 0. The advance from the same month a year before was the biggest since March and followed a 1. Wholesale food expens- es increased 2. A confluence of events ranging from drought in the West to porcine epidemic diar- rhea is pushing up prices for beef, pork and other foods.
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