AES workers face dangers for no pay
Summary:  As the number of volunteers statewide seems to be increasing, public safety officials are struggling to keep the ranks up in organizations where the work is dangerous. As the number of volunteers statewide seems to be increasing, public safety officials are struggling to keep the ranks up in organizations where the work is dangerous. For no pay, brightly vested men and women stand …

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Air chief gets blame for Polish crash
Russian investigators yesterday pinned much of the blame for the plane crash that killed the Polish President last year on the chief of his air force who had been drinking and ordered the crew to land in terrible weather.The report…

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Dave on Demand: In radio tones, now: Ted, already you’re nearly toast
Fasten your restraining harness. The pop-culture calliope is spinning out of control. We’re now chewing up and spitting out people like sunflower seeds.

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