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SCIENCE
June 28, 2006 | John Johnson Jr., Times Staff Writer
A top NASA engineer and astronaut was removed from his position as director of engineering at the Johnson Space Center in Houston after writing a congratulatory e-mail to engineers who voiced concerns over the safety of the next shuttle launch. Charles J.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 2006 | Charles Ornstein and Tracy Weber, Times Staff Writers
State regulators announced Thursday that 141 Kaiser Permanente patients closest to receiving kidney transplants in Northern California would be shifted as early as next week from Kaiser's own troubled center to other transplant programs. The transfers would be the first since Kaiser announced May 12 that it would indefinitely suspend its fledgling San Francisco transplant program after reports that patients were endangered because of delays, poor planning and a lack of oversight.
WORLD
April 27, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Myanmar troops have uprooted more than 11,000 ethnic minority civilians in their biggest offensive in almost a decade, a campaign punctuated by torture and killings, according to reports from inside the country and Thailand.
WORLD
April 2, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
The government decided to relocate a quake-devastated city after experts declared that any new construction would be dangerous, a Cabinet minister said. Balakot, about 120 miles north of the capital, Islamabad, was destroyed when a 7.6-magnitude quake hit the country Oct. 8, killing 80,000 people. Thousands among Balakot's population of 300,000 died. Many were left homeless and are still living in tents. The new location for the city was not specified.
WORLD
March 31, 2006 | Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writer
A Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up just outside a Jewish settlement in the northern West Bank on Thursday night, killing four Israelis, authorities said. Israeli officials said it appeared that the bomber had hitched a ride with the Israelis, perhaps by disguising himself as a religious Jew, and then set off the explosives inside the vehicle as it approached the Kedumim settlement. "It seems that he hitchhiked.
WORLD
March 29, 2006 | Laura King and Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writers
Israelis set their country on course toward relinquishing dozens of settlements in the West Bank on Tuesday, voting heavily for parties that favor further withdrawals from Palestinian territories. The centrist Kadima party founded last year by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon will have the largest number of parliamentary seats, 28, according to nearly complete returns.
WORLD
March 27, 2006 | Laura King and Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writers
Israel's national election Tuesday will serve as the clearest referendum yet on whether Israelis are willing to relinquish their hold on far-flung biblical sites like this settlement built where the Old Testament says the children of Israel divided their land according to lots.
NATIONAL
March 12, 2006 | Josh Getlin, Times Staff Writer
When her doorbell rang at 3 a.m. on Friday, four days after Hurricane Katrina, Patricia Edwards opened the door and couldn't believe her eyes. There, standing on the lawn, were 40 members of her family. Toddlers and teenagers. Parents holding infants. Brothers and sisters. Cousins, uncles and aunts. Two days earlier, her mother had called from a Dallas motel, saying the family had fled New Orleans and had run out of money.
WORLD
March 6, 2006 | Ken Ellingwood, Times Staff Writer
Israel will abandon more Jewish settlements in the West Bank if Ehud Olmert, the acting prime minister, and his Kadima party win an election this month, one of the party's leaders said Sunday. Israeli troops would remain after civilians are removed from isolated settlements and resettled elsewhere, said Avi Dichter, who formerly headed the Shin Bet domestic-security agency and now is a leading member of Kadima.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 2006 | John L. Mitchell, Times Staff Writer
There are moments when Jamar Franklin feels as if it's all a bad dream and he'll wake up back in New Orleans, relaxing on the lakefront with a bowl of crawfish, coaching high school basketball and preparing to host a houseful of guests for Fat Tuesday celebrations. "In my mind it's like I'm still going to Mardi Gras," the 31-year-old teacher said. "It still hasn't hit me that I won't be there. There are times when I'm in my room, I feel like I'm still in New Orleans, until I walk outside."
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