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"… e prices to rise. Comcast, the largest cable and Internet provider in the United States, announced today that it was dropping its $45 billion bid for Time Warner …"

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"… p;could be used to make 17,000 bombs. Under the deal, signed in 2000, the United States pledged to turn some of the weapons fuel into a mixed-plutonium and uraniu …"

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"… " in Europe and must be labeled accordingly on packaged foods. In the United States, where lupin is less commonly used, there is no such requirement, leaving …"

"… to require companies to identify it as an allergen on products sold in the United States. Lupin is just one of thousands of ingredients companies have added to fo …"

"… ur, protein and fiber were safe to add to breads, pastas and cereal in the United States, regulators feared it could trigger “life-threatening reactions” in pe …"

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"… b requirement for federal agents ferrying  nuclear weapons around the United States —no surprise here— is that they shouldn’t have “anger management …"

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"… s, significantly reducing “the availability of affordable housing in the United States.” In 2013, regulators conceded. They will not require a complete apprai …"

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"… mpion of disarmament and nonproliferation. But for almost two decades, the United States and South Africa have struggled over the handling of highly enriched urani …"

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"… mers can use. Some researchers argue that lower population density in the United States leads to higher prices. But van der Berg doesn’t see it that way. …"

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"… inance laws, sometimes takes longer to rule on complaints than it took the United States to win World War II. Its fellow governmental agency NASA sent its Cassini …"

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"… s claims during last week’s Senate Budget Committee hearing, saying the United States already spends more on defense than the next nine countries, and he rebuke …"

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"… s allowed companies to dramatically increase oil and gas production in the United States, bringing drilling booms to populated areas. The Center for Public Integri …"

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"… tists learned their craft working on a civilian reactor built there by the United States in the 1960s and fueled by U.S.-supplied. highly-enriched uranium at a tim …"

"… ce deployed full-time at its perimeter, unlike similar repositories in the United States. American security concerns persist Waldo Stumpf, a senior official in So …"

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"… but largely hidden dance of highly-enriched, weapons-usable uranium in the United States, a steady movement of nuclear explosive material along public routes from …"

"… the program in 2017, the group said. The report said, moreover, that the United States is slowly but steadily using up its highly-enriched uranium set aside for …"

"… undercutting U.S. nonproliferation policy, unless it shifts gears. If the United States resumes production, said Alan Kuperman, coordinator of the Nuclear Prolife …"

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"… country that voluntarily dismantled its nuclear weapons arsenal. Both the United States and South Africa champion nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament in publ …"

"… , as a result, to discover the depth of the diplomatic discord between the United States and South Africa about an issue on which I expected the two countries …"

"… ed concern that South Africa wants to rebuild its nuclear weapons. But the United States has been pushing for decades to clear out stocks of highly-enriched uraniu …"

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