Study: Moon water likely from comets

MIDDLETOWN, Conn., Jan. 10 (UPI) -- Water found on the moon probably came from comets that bombarded the lunar surface after its formation, U.S. scientists say.

Biotech firms find funds getting scarce

NEW YORK, Nov. 24 (UPI) -- Bio-tech start-ups that rely on venture capital are running low on cash as the U.S. economy falters, a trade organization said Monday.

Analysis: Health plans eye Medicare delay

Part 1 of 2. One of the best parts of the Medicare prescription drug legislation, from an insurance industry perspective, might be the two-year delay, to 2006, before it would take effect.
ELLEN BECK, United Press International

School abstinence programs bad for teens?

WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- As the new school year starts, students across the nation are more likely than in years past to receive sex education that focuses only on abstinence and does not give them information about contraceptives. As a result, some groups are concerned this grow
STEVE MITCHELL, Medical Correspondent

Stewart indicted, steps down as CEO

NEW YORK, June 4 (UPI) -- Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia announced late Wednesday that embattled leader Martha Stewart would step down as chairman and chief executive officer, after being named in a nine-count indictment in connection with her sale of ImClone Systems Inc. shares

Ephedra investigation hits sports

WASHINGTON, April 9 (UPI) -- Members of the House Energy and Commerce committee said Wednesday they have written the heads of the major U.S. sports leagues, as well as several player's organizations, to request documents relating to the leagues' policies on the use of ephedra product

Border security against nukes needs work

WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UPI) -- America's borders and ports remain fairly porous when it comes to spotting attempts to smuggle nuclear weapons or materials, witnesses told a House hearing Thursday.

DOE: Cost main issue with fuel cell cars

WASHINGTON, June 6 (UPI) -- The vision of hydrogen-powered cars on U.S. roads hinges on decreasing the cost of fuel cells and increasing their reliability, government and auto industry off

Experts duel over abstinence programs

WASHINGTON, April 23 (UPI) -- Programs that promote sexual abstinence reduce sexually transmitted diseases, out-of-wedlock childbearing and other consequences of sex among teenagers, accordi
SUSAN HELEN MORAN, for United Press International

Enron? Blame the government

WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 (UPI) -- The U.S. government announced Feb. 10 that it is trying to wrest control of Enron Corporation's retirement plans. That's a little like the Taliban trying to gra
LESLIE CARBONE, Special to United Press International

Enron ex-CEO did not foresee problems

WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UPI) -- A top Enron Corp. official told a congressional panel Thursday that he had met with the company's chief executive officer in March 2000 to report that the situation with a series of complex partnerships that eventually led to Enron's downfall was "untenab
T.K. MALOY, UPI Deputy Business Editor

Interview: Rep. Greenwood vs. Enron

WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 (UPI) -- Rep. James Greenwood, R-Pa., said his first emotion was anger when he heard Houston-based Enron Corp. had filed the largest bankruptcy action in history, leaving thousands of employees out of work and with virtually worthless retirement and pension accoun
KATHY A. GAMBRELL, Washington Reporter

Andersen exec: 'We will be forthcoming'

CHICAGO, Jan. 28 (UPI) -- The head of Arthur Andersen LLP Monday pledged the public accounting firm "will be forthcoming" once all the facts in the Enron debacle are gathered.

Healy defends Red Cross

WASHINGTON, Nov. 6 (UPI) -- Members of a House subcommittee used a Tuesday hearing to sharply criticize the American Red Cross for its handling of donations meant for victims of the Sept.
James Greenwood
WAP2002020726 - WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UPI) -- Rep. James Greenwood, R-Pa., makes a statement during the House Committee on Energy and Commerce subcommittee on oversight and investigation hearing on Capitol Hill on Feb. 7, 2002, concerning the collapse of the Enron Corporation. rlw/Roger L. Wollenberg UPI

James Greenwood (b 1832 - d 1929) was a British social explorer, journalist and writer.

The Daily Telegraph on July 6, 1874, published an article written by James Greenwood, in which he reported on June 24, 1874 to have witnessed a human-baiting. In 1876, Greenwood republished the article in his book Low-Life Deeps in the chapter called In the Potteries.

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