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High foreign gas taxes alter driving culture      10/15/04

a film location specialist who pulled up at a Texaco station in central London in ... In America, consumers now spend an average of $1.94 for a gallon for regular more...

Belize from a black American perspective      10/15/04

A former graduate of University of Maryland College Park and North County High School Sariane is now a recently returned Peace Corps Volunteer in Belize. She shares her experiences living and working in a developing country in the following story. more...

Hispanic Heritage Month to be celebrated Saturday      10/14/04

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the anniversary of independence for five Latin American countries -- Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and more...

Supporting the troupes      10/14/04

Also on tap: Nicaragua's first independent theater company, a hip-hopping griot who goes by the name Will Power and a work by the controversial playwright more...

Florida Marine Killed By Mortar While Serving In Iraq      10/14/04

Oscar Martinez was born in Dallas in 1984 after his family moved to the United States from El Salvador. The family moved to South Florida in 1987. more...

Yankees Defeat BoSox 3-1 in Game 2 of ALCS      10/14/04

Pedro Martinez has a new "Daddy." His name is Jon Lieber. While the raucous crowd at Yankee Stadium taunted Martinez with booming chants of "Who's Your Daddy?" Lieber shut down the highest-scoring offense in the major leagues. A No. 5 starter pitching against a three-time Cy Young Award winner, Lieber took a shutout into the eighth inning. John Olerud backed him with a two-run homer in the sixth off the tiring Martinez, and the Yankees beat the Red Sox 3-1 Wednesday night for a 2-0 lead in their AL championship series rematch. more...

Mobile Phones Increase Tumor Risk, Study Says      10/14/04

Ten or more years of mobile phone use increases the risk of developing acoustic neuroma, a benign tumor on the auditory nerve, according to a study released on Wednesday by Sweden's Karolinska Institute. more...

El Salvador enlists U.S. to fight gangs      10/13/04

Police in El Salvador are establishing better contacts with their counterparts in California to gain leverage against gangs more...

Yankees Take Game 1 of ALCS Over Red Sox      10/13/04

Mariano Rivera showed up in time to save the New York Yankees, putting his grief aside just long enough to do what he does best. Rivera got Boston's Kevin Millar to pop out to strand the tying run at third base in the eighth inning, then finished out a thrilling 10-7 win for the Yankees in Tuesday night's opener of the AL championship series. more...

Obesity Surgery Could Cure Diabetes      10/13/04

Patients who undergo obesity surgery get far more than cosmetic benefits — many also shed fat-related ailments including diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, researchers say. more...

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