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Why are so many CEOs . . .
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides the first line of defense against dangerous flooding . . .
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Department of Defense develops plant biotechnology program as latest surveillance tool against CBRN threats
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U.S. Representative Mike Rogers and Auburn Professor Stress Need for Increase in Canine Explosives Detection Training
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Each year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas reveals the latest innovations in consumer technologies. However, the most interesting product, unveiled at a Las Vegas strip club, was a pole dancing stripper robot.