of a kidnapper: It's all about control
This guy could mind-control women, but people
think our government can't...
STATE/BIG BROTHER HEADLINES
Dardenne said the bill might cost as much as $4.5
million to implement, but urged the Senate to pass
it anyway because it could help Louisiana receive
a substantial federal crime-fighting grant.
Your Car Be Spying On You?
As many as 40 million cars on the road today have "black
boxes." These event data recorders monitor airbag
activity. But some models also track your speed, when
you hit the brakes and if you're wearing your seatbelt.
petitions go to the floor: Framingham Town Meeting
to vote on USA Patriot Act, recalling officials
Cisco's eavesdropping apparatus
Cisco Systems has created a more efficient and targeted
way for police and intelligence agencies to eavesdrop
on people whose Internet service provider uses their company's
NEW WORLD ORDER
fears new Cold War over EU rift with US
warns France of cold war with US
calls meeting on nano-robot fears for the planet
cool on 'nano-nonsense'
UK Science Minister Lord Sainsbury has played down fears
that the human race might be wiped out by a self-replicating
"grey goo" as a result of emerging developments
GLOBAL POLICE SATE HEADLINES
row inmate seeks organ transplant
alligator found walking in Queens park
strikes in three more countries
Asian leaders have joined China's premier for an emergency
Sars summit in Thailand, as three more countries announced
their first cases of the infectious disease.
to take temperatures at airport in new anti-SARS measure
School District Closes on SARS Fears
The possibility that a group of students who visited
Toronto last week may have been exposed to the SARS
virus prompted officials to shut down an 1,100-student
school district Monday.
33% Worried Immediate Family Member May Catch SARS
Quarantined in Beijing as Suspected SARS Cases
villagers riot over SARS
Up to 2000 villagers torched a school earmarked
as a SARS quarantine centre, ransacked government
offices and overturned cars in China's first reported
instance of social unrest related to SARS
SECOND AMENDMENT NEWS
samurai sword, a relic of a Japanese prisoner
of war camp, has been surrendered to Strathclyde
Police during a weapons amnesty.
Weapons amnesty has netted 17,000 firearms
Mounts After U.S. Troops Kill 13 Iraqis
The shooting outraged local people who, like many
other Iraqis, welcomed the removal of Saddam Hussein
by U.S.-led forces but now want the American troops
to leave. It is likely to fuel anti-American sentiment
elsewhere in Iraq.
and Bush's Record
Does it matter that we were misled into war?
"We were not lying," a Bush administration
official told ABC News. "But it was just a matter
under Saddam pay was better than this'
The revolt of Basra began when a printed notice was
pinned to the front gate of the former presidential
palace, now the headquarters of the Desert Rats
WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
North Korea: Hand in the cookie jar
The interception of a US$48 million heroin shipment
in Australia has given Washington an unexpected diplomatic
lever as it acts to neutralize North Korea's weapons
of mass destruction.
Accords Become a U.S. Foreign Policy Tool
Pact With War Supporter Singapore Gets Expedited, but
Deal With Opponent Chile Is Delayed