President Bush speaks at Renaissance Grand Hotel
SLX2003082651 - St. Louis, MO August 26 (UPI) -- President George W. Bush during a speech in support of United States Senator Christopher S. "Kit" Bond by the President at the Renaissance Grand Hotel in St. Louis, Tuesday, August 26, 2003. dg/ Gabriel B. Tait/St Louis Post-Dispatch UPI
A study of Canadian gay men found 12 percent have lower personal incomes than heterosexual men, researchers said.
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A series by UPI examining the attempt by NASA to fulfill the vision of President George W. Bush to resume missions to the moon and, eventually, send humans to Mars. This week: The Senate Appropriations Committee gave supporters of the Bush administration'
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California researchers have found that obese men with erectile dysfunction often regain sexual function after weight loss, ABC News reported Wednesday.
More than a dozen weeks after President George W. Bush announced his ambitious new plan for sending astronauts back to the moon and beyond, interest by the public and politicians has failed to ignite.
In an attempt to restore quickly tumbling investor confidence in mutual funds after recent allegations of impropriety plagued the industry, two U.S. senators an
(This is the 56th installment of the UPI series of sermons. In the light of Israel's current crisis, the Rev. Christopher S. Esget, pastor of Imanuel Lutheran C
(In this 48th installment of the UPI series of sermons, the Rev. Christopher S. Esget, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Alexandria, Va., reflects on the si
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