Copyright 2005 Ben S. Pollock
Friday, February 11, 2005: One from Column A and one from Column B. Let’s play!
ASSOCIATED PRESS — North Korea declared itself a de facto nuclear power Thursday, claiming in its strongest terms to date that it had “manufactured nuclear weapons” to defend itself from the United States.
ASSOCIATED PRESS — A Halliburton Co. shipment of radioactive material that landed in New York in October was lost in route to Texas and not found until Wednesday, when it turned up in Boston. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission said it was not alerted until Tuesday.
Column C (isn’t this fun!)
AMALGAMATED PRESS — Halliburton Co. on Thursday declared itself a de facto nuclear power. …