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Researchers decode genome of plague

With the threat of biological warfare looming, scientists have decoded the entire DNA map, or genome, of the bacterium that causes Bubonic plague. Throughout recorded history, three epidemics of the ' ¦'


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Spend locally, eat globally

A taste of Mexico La Hacienda serves the best Mexican entrees in Madison, offering the full spectrum of Mexican foods, from fantastic enchiladas with mol?? sauce to large 'famous' burritos. ' ¦'


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New unit to link local, state security bodies

In an effort to strengthen the lines of communication between local and state law enforcement agencies, Attorney General Jim Doyle announced the formation of a security unit Monday to keep ' ¦


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Nobel Foundation releases new batch of winners

The Nobel Foundation announced the winners of its 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics and Medicine yesterday and Monday. Americans Eric A. Cornell and Carl E. Wieman won the physics prize, ' ¦


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No meat in these eats

I spent last semester in Ireland'a country coveted much more for its drink than dining'and rightfully so. The new diet took some getting used to. I eventually adjusted to the ' ¦'


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MLB is swingin’ and singin’

October is upon us, and that can mean only one thing'the MLB postseason. So I hope you have all recovered from a raucous Columbus Day, because it is time to run through the divisional playoff series.  


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Don’t budge an inch on metricism

Today, the 10th of October, is 'Metric Day.' It makes a sick sort of sense if you think about it, that the 10th day of the 10th month of the year would be singled out for worship by a mass of troglodytes who writhe and gyrate at the altar of the number 10. 


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Letters to the Editor

Actions of Jensen, Sykes prove unpatrioticRep. Scott Jensen, R-Waukesha, speaker of the Wisconsin Assembly, was on the Charlie Sykes radio show Oct. 9 lamenting the fact that the Madison School ' ¦


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Al Qaeda urges attacks on U.S.

For the third straight day, U.S. warplanes pounded targets in Afghanistan, striking military sites near the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar. More raids were reported later Tuesday around Kandahar, Kabul and ' ¦



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