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Patriot Act Author Has Concerns
Detaining citizens as 'enemy combatants' -- a policy not spelled out in the act -- is flawed, the legal scholar says.
Security breaches. Suicidal detainees. A legal challenge heading to the Supreme Court. Welcome to Guantanamo
Though U.S. officials have released some inmates deemed harmless, new ones are still arriving, with about 20 coming and going last week. Amid a global argument about their rights, the Supreme Court recently agreed to decide whether the captives at Guantanamo can at least challenge their detention in federal court.
New surveillance guidelines fuel debate in California
Federal authorities may now have broad powers under the USA Patriot Act to monitor the public in its fight against terrorism, but guidelines distributed last month by the California attorney general's office contradict the surveillance methods used by federal agencies -- and advise local police to observe stricter state limits when it comes to spying on the public.
Miami crowd control would do tyrant proud
St. Petersburg Times
Miami police Chief John Timoney must be mighty proud of the social order he maintained during the Free Trade Area of the Americas summit a couple of weeks ago in Miami - sort of the way Saddam Hussein was proud of quieting dissension in his country.
Cigar Aficionado's Shocking Interview with General Tommy "Martial Law"Franks
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Gen. Franks Doubts Constitution Will Survive WMD Attack
Gen. Tommy Franks says that if the United States is hit with a weapon of mass destruction that inflicts large casualties, the Constitution will likely be discarded in favor of a military form of government.
President To Drop Tariffs On Steel
The Bush administration has decided to repeal most of its 20-month-old tariffs on imported steel to head off a trade war that would have included foreign retaliation against products exported from politically crucial states, administration and industry sources said yesterday.
Mics Found At Santa Barbara Sheriff's HQ
Sheriff's officials said several wireless microphones discovered outside their headquarters could be the latest of several attempts by journalists to surreptitiously get information on the Michael Jackson molestation case.
New sniper feared after death on Ohio highway
Fear that a copycat sniper is on the loose gripped Ohio yesterday after a fatal shooting and 10 other attacks on the Jack Nicklaus Highway.
The United States favors eventually turning over the US-led coalition's military operations in Afghanistan to NATO as the alliance expands its security role there, US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said here Sunday.
Cars with the Microsoft software will speak up when it's time for an oil change. They'll warn drivers about wrecks on the road ahead and scout alternative routes. They'll pay freeway tolls automatically. The software running their brakes will upgrade itself wirelessly.
Only dictators ban television news
The raid by the U.S.-appointed Iraqi officials on an Arab television network bureau in Baghdad and the ban on its broadcasts hardly fits my idea of how to spread democracy in the Middle East.
Bloodiest month in Iraq leaves 105 troops dead
The bloodiest month since the United States led the invasion and occupation of Iraq has come to a deadly close after insurgents killed 14 people from five nations in a weekend of apparently carefully calculated attacks.
U.S. Forces Say Kill 46 Iraqis Trying to Ambush Them
U.S. soldiers killed 46 Iraqis and captured eight trying to carry out a series of attempted ambushes on U.S. convoys in the central Iraqi city of Samarra on Sunday, a U.S. military spokesman said.
For the Iraqis, a Missile Deal That Went Sour
For two years before the American invasion of Iraq, Mr. Hussein's sons, generals and front companies were engaged in lengthy negotiations with North Korea, according to computer files discovered by international inspectors and the accounts of Bush administration officials.
U.S., Indonesia Starting to Normalize Military Ties
The United States and Indonesia are starting to build a more "normal" military-to-military relationship, Secretary of State Colin Powell says.
Bali group, Indonesian army had 'curious link'
Prince Abdul Rahman, Saudi Arabia's deputy minister of defense and aviation, says "foreign hands" are behind the Riyadh bombings that left scores dead - implying the attacks were not the work of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network but rather nations opposing the country's strict adherence to Islamic law and which want to impose foreign domination upon the kingdom
Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Second Amendment Case
-- The U.S. Supreme Court has denied Petition for Writ of Certiorari in the Silveira v. Lockyer Second Amendment lawsuit. As of this publication, the Silveira docket website was not yet updated, but Cornell's Supreme Court orders page for December 1 lists the case as denied.
Pyongyang rejects US demand to renounce nukes
Korea on Monday rejected a key US demand that it first renounce its nuclear programmes before winning any security guarantees from Washington, saying that such conditions amounted to 'slavery' and that the country would 'rather die' first.
N. Korea Accuses U.S. of 150 Spy Flights
North Korea said Monday the U.S. military conducted at least 150 spy flights against it in November and accused Washington of "watching for an opportunity to crush" the communist regime.
Taiwan, US to hold defense talks, computer war simulation
Taiwan and the United States are to hold comprehensive defense talks and a computer war simulation later this month, defense officials said Monday amid rising tensions with rival China.
Drivers face mobile phone fines
A ban on using handheld mobile phones while driving has come into force.
Army 'forcing out sick Gulf war veterans'
The Ministry of Defence forced "hundreds" of victims of Gulf war syndrome to quit the Army under a system known as manning control to avoid paying them medical pensions.
French row over rights for unborn
French feminists, doctors and the leftwing opposition reacted furiously after the conservative majority in parliament passed a bill making it a crime to cause a pregnant woman to miscarry against her will.
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