The Bush administration is especially apprehensive
about returning detainees to Yemen
because of a massive jailbreak two years ago
in which 13 Qaeda operatives escaped,
including Jamal al-Badawi, who was indicted for the USS Cole bombing.
This is only partly a coincidence:
the prevalence of such devices suggests
that commercial filmmakers don't believe their audiences
can comprehend science without the help of magical thinking.
It's possible that the United States can greatly reduce
its use of energy in our buildings, which consume 40 percent
of our energy.
It showed how amid family chaos and deceit social workers
have to seek out and make sense of often conflicting
and incomplete information and then
make major life determining decisions.
For such people and many more perhaps not so exceptional,
the proper formulation is,
"Succeed at all costs but avoid appearing ambitious."
Americahas shown Russia, China
and others excerpts from a cache of computer files
appearing to show work by Iranian technicians
to shape a missile cone capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
It was Ross and his fellow blue dogs
who slowed the health-care debate on Capitol Hill
by insisting on provisions that would exempt more businesses
from the eventual mandate to cover their employees.
Buildings are rarely designed to save energy,
because those who put them up do not usually pay the bills
and those who occupy them choose them for their views
or their looks, not their energy-efficiency.
Uncle Cooper, congratulations to you on the newborn.