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Add-ons Stall Terror Bill
Judiciary Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) has circulated one amendment that would eliminate the sunset provision in the anti-terror Patriot Act that passed in the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and greatly expanded the government's law enforcement powers.

GOP calls for wider powers to track citizens
Critics rip bid to make Patriot Act permanent

Alabama School Reverses Decision to Expell Student for Laser Pointer
The agreement finalized late Tuesday would allow the 14-year-old back into Challenger and remove the expulsion from the boy's record

'Tardy machine' spurs students to get to class
Late students everywhere, beware. The tardy machine might be watching.

Maryland Sun: Count your remaining liberties at the next security checkpoint


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WV: Beyond the traditional fire drill, many schools in Mercer County are now conducting regular lockdown and emergency evacuation drills. For example, students at Bluewell Elementary School are relocated to an undisclosed location in their community as part of the school's "code red" drills

US NEWS HEADLINES

Anthrax attack bug "identical" to army strain
The DNA sequence of the anthrax sent through the US mail in 2001 has been revealed and confirms suspicions that the bacteria originally came from a US military laboratory.

Tests point to domestic source behind anthrax letter attacks
Army reproductions hurt theories of foreign culprit

Pediatrics Groups Recommends Potassium Iodide Stockpiles for Homes, Schools Near Nuke Plants

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommended that homes, schools and child-care centers near nuclear power plants keep pills on hand that would prevent thyroid cancer in the event of radiation release.


Houston on list of top terror targets
Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge has identified Houston as one of seven cities most vulnerable to a terrorist attack, based on criteria that include population density and intelligence squeezed from al-Qaida detainees.

GOP pushing to protect makers of vaccines
SARS, the mysterious new respiratory ailment that has terrified people around the globe, has extended its reach to the Capitol, where Senate Republicans are using the disease to press their case that vaccine manufacturers should be shielded from lawsuits.

Executives See Weak Economy Continuing
Chief executives of large companies, perhaps the most accurate economic forecasters recently, expect the economy to remain weak over the next six months

Miami police officer charged with getting nude dances on duty
A Miami-Dade County police officer was arrested for allegedly altering a stripper's traffic court records so she would give him nude dances while he was on duty and in uniform.


Police Officer Indicted On Drug, Gun Charges
Baltimore Police Commissioner Apologizes


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Pentagon Granted $7 Billion Contract to Halliburton without Competition
The contract also allows Kellogg Brown & Root, the Halliburton subsidiary, to earn as much as 7 percent profit. That could amount to $490 million.

EU to Investigate US Contracts in Iraq
The European Commission is examining contracts awarded by the US for reconstruction work in Iraq to find out whether they breach World Trade Organisation rules and discriminate unfairly against European companies


WWIII?

Powell Says U.S. Has No List of Countries to Attack
Secretary of State Colin Powell said on Thursday Washington did not have a list of nations it plans to attack, as he tried to quell speculation that the United States may move on from Iraq to nations like Iran and Syria.

British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon: After Iraq, rogue nations won't be spared

North Korea reminds Japan it is within striking distance
North Korea warned Japan to remember it was "within striking distance" of the Stalinist state amid heightened calls in Tokyo to contain the Pyongyang regime.

Alarm as North Korean planes enter Japan's airspace
Japan was forced to scramble F-15 jet fighters last week after aircraft, suspected to be North Korean, made a bold incursion into its airspace.


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UK and France push for UN Iraq role
The foreign secretary, Jack Straw, and his French counterpart, Dominique de Villepin, today stressed their agreement over the need for urgent international involvement in rebuilding Iraq.

SARS MYSTERY DISEASE OUTBREAK

Sars 'is mutant cold virus'
The mystery virus which has claimed the lives of more than 100 people around the world is a mutant form of the common cold, say experts.

Hong Kong Officials Resist Wide Quarantine for Mystery Illness
Despite growing international pressure to halt the spread of a new respiratory disease here, Hong Kong officials are strongly resisting the kind of broad quarantines that other countries have imposed


WORLD NEWS HEADLINES

Tokyo's Nikkei ends at 20-yr low, blue chips hit
Japanese stocks thudded to a 20-year closing low on Friday, with Toyota Motor Corp 7203.T and other blue chips slammed on concerns over pension fund selling and sluggish demand in the global economy

Cuba sentences last of 75 dissidents in crackdown
The last jail sentences in a crackdown on Cuba's opposition were announced as Secretary of State Colin Powell condemned the campaign as "despicable repression."


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IMMIGRATION HEADLINES

Goddard to decide on 'vigilante' probe
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard will decide in coming days whether to investigate citizen patrol groups along the border, said his spokeswoman, after he met with immigrant-rights activists yesterday in Tucson.



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Thousands of Iraqis Looting, Fires Burning Everywhere
Marines to impose Baghdad curfew

U.S. Nuke Find Claim in Iraq Critiqued
Experts: Possible U.S. Find of Nuclear Materials in Iraq May Have Breached U.N.-Monitored Site

Sony Cashing in with "Shock and Awe" Game
It is among a swarm of companies scrambling to commercially exploit the war in Iraq, which has killed more than 5,000 soldiers and civilians in the space of three weeks.

"Chemical Threat Abates"
Military officials believe the Iraqi government is no longer capable of deploying chemical weapons because missile systems that would deliver a lethal gas, liquid or powder have been destroyed.


Franks: U.S. Stays Until Free Gov. Forms
In a statement read to troops here Friday, U.S. commander Gen. Tommy Franks said that American forces would remain in Iraq until a free government is in place.

Five-Year U.S. Commitment Seen Needed in Iraq
President Bush -- who was elected on a platform that included opposition to "nation-building" by the U.S. military -- has promised to maintain a troop presence in Iraq as long as needed to ensure security.

'Statue crowd egged me on' says marine
Millions around the world saw Corporal Edward Chin, 23, place the Stars and Stripes on the head of the 40-foot structure in central Baghdad on Wednesday.

US says flag incident was a 'coincidence'
t was, by any measure, an astonishing coincidence. As the biggest statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad was pulled down "spontaneously" in front of the world's media, the Stars and Stripes which flew on the Pentagon on 11 September was at hand to be draped over its face.

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Iraqi hit list cards
The US military has issued a most-wanted list of 55 former leaders in Saddam Hussein's regime to be pursued, captured or killed.

Russian anger growing
Increasing numbers of Russians are moving from hostile rhetoric to aggressive action in expressing their opposition to the U.S.-led war in Iraq.

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SECOND AMENDMENT HEADLINES

Wal-Mart suspends toy gun sales in N.Y.

House passes legislation to block gun lawsuits
The GOP-controlled House on Wednesday passed legislation to protect the firearm industry from lawsuits that allege links between gun marketing and street violence.

Latest Democrat Extremism: Guns Are Weapons of Mass Destruction
Defenders of the Second Amendment are on the lookout for a new Democrat campaign, already attempted in one state, to brand handguns as “weapons of mass destruction.”


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