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  • 1960 Citroen

    OUT OF THE PAST: 1960/85 Citroen Charleston reminder of Casablanca days

    When Citroen built the average car for the average Frenchman more than half a century ago, Adil Driouech was not their target audience. Indeed, he had not yet been born when the 2CV model was introduced.

  • 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 once more running strong

    In 1969 Ford was building very large, very powerful cars. Fastback styling was becoming quite popular and, as a consequence, 63,921 Galaxie 500 Sport Roof Coupes found buyers.

  • U.S. probes 'green cards for sex'

    The agency charged with admitting immigrants to the United States is in disarray, an internal investigator told closed congressional briefings last week, with employees facing thousands of charges of misconduct and having to make decisions on letting in foreigners without knowing whether there are national security risks.

  • NASA returns shuttle to space

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Discovery and seven astronauts blasted into orbit yesterday on the United States' first manned space shot since the 2003 Columbia disaster, ending a painful, 2-year shutdown devoted to making the shuttle less risky and NASA more safety conscious.

  • East Europe eyes Soviet-era abuses

    Sixteen years after the fall of communism in Europe, former Eastern Bloc countries are stepping up efforts to come to terms with their communist past as secret police archives slowly and partially open.

  • NASA tests tank on space shuttle

    NASA has filled a 154-foot-high external tank with fuel and oxygen for the first time since the Space Shuttle Columbia accident.

  • Suspicions surround sunken ferry

    Gregg Bemis infuriated Swedish authorities two years ago by organizing a dive to investigate the sinking of the luxury ferry Estonia.

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