Chicago streets, cameras are watching
critics see the trend as one more example of the way
privacy rights are being sacrificed for the sake of
security - a false security, some say - and one more
step toward an Orwellian future where all activities
are monitored by the government. They call it "surveillance
Checks to Grade Travellers
Transportation Security Administration plans to begin testing
new computerized background checks to determine which airline
passengers are potential terrorists.
of the revelations about the latest Poindexter scheme, Congress
obviously did not go far enough. It has to close his operation
Security courts Silicon Valley
government has about $1 billion to spend next year on the
development of new homeland security technologies and is looking
toward Silicon Valley for ideas on how to spend it.
Giant Eagle to Trial RFID
Pittsburgh-based supermarket chain Giant Eagle is preparing
an RFID pilot as part of an overhaul of its warehouse management
system. The new system, which could include RFID if the test
goes well, will support the company's 214 stores across four
Running Man Website
Ashcroft Coerces Guilty Pleas
on their hands
the day David Kelly apparently committed suicide in
the Oxfordshire countryside, Prime Minister Tony Blair
delivered a triumphant address in Washington to a joint
session of Congress. It was the stuff of tragic irony.
to give evidence at Kelly inquiry
Blair, his head of communications Alastair Campbell and UK
defence secretary Geoff Hoon will be called to give evidence
on the government's treatment of David Kelly, the weapons
expert who apparently committed suicide over the Iraq dossier
electro-cardiogram pads were found on Dr Kelly's chest
Hutton said: "It is clearly important that I and the
public should have a very much more detailed and fuller picture
of the facts than the outline I have just given. Therefore,
the first task in this inquiry will be to flesh out that outline.
This will be done at the next stage of the inquiry."
Depth: The Mysterious Death of Dr. Kelly
complete coverage of the scientists "suicide"
visit infowars.com's archive, featuring news articles
City Angered by Treasury Dept. Review of Rules Regarding
Mexican ID Acceptance
Mexican government says it stands firmly behind its
matricula consular, a small plastic card that has been
increasingly accepted by banks and local and state authorities
across the United States
Theft of Your Vote Is Just a Chip Away
computerized voting machines a wide-open back door to massive
voting fraud? The discussion has moved from the Internet to
CNN, to UK newspapers, and the pages of The New York Times.
People are cautiously beginning to connect the dots, and the
picture that seems to be emerging is troubling.
Have All The Good Jobs Gone?
one study shows 3 million jobs leaving this country in the
next decade. "You can't blame companies," says former
U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich. "These companies are
in intense competition these days (and) the easiest way to
show profits is to cut labor costs."
Highway - U.S. 666 - gets roadside exorcism
the blessings of officials from three Western states,
the stretch of highway that cuts across northwestern
New Mexico got a new identity Wednesday: U.S. 666 became
Search Comes Up Empty
high-stakes gamble in the FBI's anthrax investigation hasn't
paid off. The Washington Post reports Friday that soil samples
taken from a Maryland pond show no traces of the deadly bacteria.
Experts On Alert for Large-Scale Hacker Assault
security industry is on alert that an upswing in hacker activity
could be signaling the coming of a broad-scale attack that
could potentially affect millions of networks.
Sweep In S. Texas Yields 26 'Child Predators' -- "MOST"
will be deported
agents began a sweep through Central and South Texas last
week that has brought the capture of more than two dozen alleged
"child predators," most of whom will be deported
vaccination rate sinks lower
backslide in its vaccine rates comes on the heels of
a new law that allows unvaccinated children to attend
Texas public schools and day care centers if their parents
have a "conscientious objection" to state
immunization requirements. The law goes into effect
State vaccinations lag
the nation when it comes to getting children vaccinated
against diseases such as polio, measles and hepatitis
B, a survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Depth: The Vaccine Conflict
A four-month investigation by United Press International
found a pattern of serious problems linked to
vaccines recommended by the CDC
in yellowstone lake worries scientists
the bulge should explode, "we think it would create a
large crater." But such an explosion, smaller versions
of which created Indian Pond, Duck Lake and Mary Bay itself,
would probably heat up the water temporarily, create high
waves, spew poison gasses and other materials into the lake
for a time, and leave a rimmed underwater crater
tells how John Wayne survived Soviet assassination
Stalin ordered the KGB to assassinate John Wayne because he
considered his anti-communist rhetoric a threat to the Soviet
Union, according to a new biography of the film star based
on interviews with Wayne's close associates and the movie
legend Orson Welles
Grove Darling Schwarzenegger To Announce Governor Intentions
Arnold Schwarzenegger will end weeks of suspense and
announce Wednesday on "The Tonight Show With Jay
Leno" whether he will run for governor in the Oct.
7 election to recall Gov. Gray Davis
has their okay
what we've hear, the Republican hierarchy -- especially
those close to former Gov. Pete Wilson -- would favor
Schwarzenegger. At least that's the word that came out
of the Bohemian Grove this past weekend, where a number
of state and national GOPers, including presidential
adviser Karl Rove, happened to have gathered at a club
Lets Bush off the Hook...Again
of the nosy babushka
watchdogs of public morals and order could impose penalties
from public humiliation to calling in the police - for
such offenses as shirking participation in "voluntary"
street-cleaning brigades or listening to foreign radio
Australia's $2 mil hidden road cameras
14 fixed camera traps across Melbourne, each with a bank of
three cameras, are catching an average of 65,000 motorists
Zealand: Unmanned air patrols suggested
Zealand may need to consider new unmanned robot aircraft to
patrol the Pacific as soaring costs bite into the ability
of the Air Force's fleet of P3 Orions to protect national
interests and gather crucial intelligence.
Top General Tells Legislators U.S. Will Probably Need
a Larger Army
former Special Operations commander called from retirement
to be Army chief of staff said today that the Army is
likely to need more troops to meet its worldwide commitments.
fear troops will be forgotten
in Iraq continue to mount. Fifty-two U.S. soldiers have died
in hostile actions since May 1, when President Bush declared
an end to "major combat operations," according to
the Defense Department.
Korean nukes could number 250 by 2010
United States think tank predicts North Korea could
produce 100 to 250 nuclear weapons by the end of the
'more ferocious' than Saddam, Iran leader says
United States, despite its pretence of saving the Iraqi people,
is a more ferocious wolf than Saddam's regime," state
television quoted Khamenei as saying.
Official Says N.Korea a 'Hellish Nightmare'
Top U.S. arms negotiator John Bolton described North Korean
leader Kim Jong-il on Thursday as a tyrannical dictator who
lived like royalty while jailing thousands and keeping many
hungry in a "hellish nightmare."
New Law Bans Palestinians Who Marry Israeli Arabs From Living
parliament has passed a measure that would force Palestinians
who marry Israelis to live separate lives or move out of Israel.
Israeli Army Targets Palestinian Children
the most shocking aspects of the past three years of
intifada that has no shortage of horrors - not least
the teenage suicide bombers revelling in mass murder
- has been the killing of children by the Israeli army.
Defense Minister: US' Shoddy Intelligence Is an Asset!
The intelligence capability of the United States is a massive
asset for Australia," he said. "We put into that
capability but we get out of it a great deal more. It's very
much weighted in our favour and it's something that's very
important to our national security."
of Death: Death by Dehydration Seems Peaceful, Nurses
ill people who opt to kill themselves by forgoing food
and drink appear to die at least as peacefully as those
who end their lives with doctors' help
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