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OWNERSHIP OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE

OWNERSHIP OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE


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Most Americans, if they know anything at all about the Federal Reserve, believe it is an agency of the United States Government. This article charts the true nature of the "National Bank." Chart 1

Passenger Taken Off Flight for Drunk Pilot Joke

Wed Jul 10, 2002

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - An air passenger who jokingly questioned whether the plane's pilots were sober was removed from an Americas West flight Monday, one week after two of the airline's pilots were arrested in Miami on charges of operating an aircraft while drunk.

America West spokeswoman Patty Nowack said Tuesday the passenger was removed from the Tucson-bound plane and later placed aboard another flight.

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NIH Cautions on Hormone Therapy

Tue Jul 9,  2002

By LAURAN NEERGAARD, AP Medical Writer

For millions of women, the question of whether to take hormones after menopause just got more vexing: A major study concludes that long-term use of estrogen and progestin is dangerous. But hormones are the mainstay treatment for hot flashes and other menopause symptoms — so how long can women safely use them? And what about using just estrogen alone?

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Ala. Woman Gives Birth to Sextuplets

Wed Jul 10,  2002

By MARK NIESSE, Associated Press Writer

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Sextuplets born three months premature are growing stronger each day and all six are breathing on their own, a doctor said.

The babies — four boys and two girls — were in serious condition in intensive care but have been taken off ventilator support without many complications, Dr. Namasivayam Ambalavanan said on Tuesday. The babies were born after 26 weeks; a full-term pregnancy is typically about 40 weeks.

Minn. Clinic Warns of Faulty Vaccine

Wed Jul 10, 2002

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Freezing temperatures may have ruined thousands of doses of vaccines, meaning patients may need new injections, but the clinic that gave the shots said no one was in danger.

About 3,400 people, half of them children, received the questionable vaccines from Park Nicollet Clinic in the Minneapolis metropolitan area. The vaccines included polio  booster shots, hepatitis A and B shots and Prevnar, a vaccine for infants and toddlers.

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