Defends No-bid Iraq Contract
STATE/BIG BROTHER HEADLINES
Herald: Americans have good reason to be afraid of
Names Former CIA Official as New Homeland Security Adviser
Gordon will help coordinate White House policies with
the recently created Department of Homeland Security and
other defense and intelligence agencies
The government says it can pry into the attorney-client
relationship all it wants
Industry Sends Warning to Song Swappers
NEW WORLD ORDER
Europe' presses ahead with plans for an EU army
and Berlin prepare alliance to rival Nato
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
calves 'a cruel sight'
Believes 250 Cattle Intentionally Killed
Authorities Investigating Case
Sent by Fraud Is Made a Felony Under Virginia Law
Says U.S. Could Face Default
SPOILS OF WAR
heads for new UN row over control of oil wealth
SECOND AMENDMENT NEWS
who hunted deer on his own property will spend 15 years
in federal prison
A man who hunted deer on his own property will spend
15 years in federal prison because he was a convicted
felon, and therefore not allowed to possess a gun.
the Land of the Gun Grab: Calif. Murder Rate Up
Nearly 11 Percent
10,000 Quarantined in SARS-Panicked Beijing
Nearly 10,000 people in the Chinese capital were
under quarantine after the city confined residents
of one building in the heart of the capital and
another in a northern suburb, state media said.
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
Pride: Iraqis killed in Falluja protest
Thirteen Iraqis were reportedly killed when US forces
opened fire on demonstrators on Monday night in the
Iraqi town of Falluja.
American troops shoot children in Iraqi demo
troops fire on Iraq protesters for second time
Second time? We remember at least five incidents...
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
US to recruit ex-Saddam regime officials
WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
Egyptian Sailor Dies in Brazil From Anthrax
A crew member of an Egyptian merchant ship has died
in northern Brazil, almost certainly from anthrax, after
opening a suitcase suspected of containing the substance
which he was taking to Canada.
Canada awaits anthrax ship results
Health Canada officials looking into whether a ship
quarantined off the coast of Nova Scotia contains traces
of deadly anthrax are awaiting test results from swab