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December 1, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The CIA fired four employees and reprimanded 18 others for participating in a secret chat room created in the spy agency's classified computer system to exchange jokes and gossip, agency officials said. The four employees, including one senior intelligence officer, effectively were fired when their security clearances were revoked. Eighteen employees were issued letters of reprimand, and most were suspended without pay for five to 45 days, the CIA said.
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December 1, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The CIA fired four employees and reprimanded 18 others for participating in a secret chat room created in the spy agency's classified computer system to exchange jokes and gossip, agency officials said. The four employees, including one senior intelligence officer, effectively were fired when their security clearances were revoked. Eighteen employees were issued letters of reprimand, and most were suspended without pay for five to 45 days, the CIA said.
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SPORTS
July 22, 1998 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The International Ice Hockey Federation In-Line Hockey World Championship finally produced a game worth watching Tuesday night. Until the United States' hard-fought, 9-5, victory over Finland at Disney ICE, the third annual event had been a showcase of mediocre skating by all but the two North American teams, whose seemingly inevitable march to Saturday's gold medal rematch at the Arrowhead Pond continues.
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July 22, 1998 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The International Ice Hockey Federation In-Line Hockey World Championship finally produced a game worth watching Tuesday night. Until the United States' hard-fought, 9-5, victory over Finland at Disney ICE, the third annual event had been a showcase of mediocre skating by all but the two North American teams, whose seemingly inevitable march to Saturday's gold medal rematch at the Arrowhead Pond continues.
TRAVEL
May 26, 1991 | PETER S. GREENBERG
Though not many people realized it, during the recent war in the Persian Gulf, the U.S. Postal Service quietly decided to stop using U.S. airlines to ship most packages and parcels on flights within the United States. Why? Airport and airline security was at an all-time high, right? Technically, yes. Shortly after the war in the Persian Gulf began in mid-January, new security measures were imposed at airports throughout the United States. It was called "Level Four" security.
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May 26, 1991 | PETER S. GREENBERG
Though not many people realized it, during the recent war in the Persian Gulf, the U.S. Postal Service quietly decided to stop using U.S. airlines to ship most packages and parcels on flights within the United States. Why? Airport and airline security was at an all-time high, right? Technically, yes. Shortly after the war in the Persian Gulf began in mid-January, new security measures were imposed at airports throughout the United States. It was called "Level Four" security.
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