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Lawyer for two of the Goose Creek Students Suing the City of Goose Creek for Being Terrorized During a Drug Raid Last Month At Their School
17 students file suit over school drug raid
Seventeen Stratford High School students are suing the city of Goose Creek and the Berkeley County school district in federal court, alleging police and school officials terrorized them in a drug raid last month
Goose Creek student
Raid might have broken drug-dog rules
More than 100 students were in the hallway that morning as a police dog passed close by, barking and excitedly sniffing their backpacks. At one point, the dog grabs a backpack with its mouth and shakes it. At another time, the dog jumps briefly on its hind legs onto his handler as they check students huddling in an alcove.
Raid at High School Leads to Racial Divide, Not Drugs
For many residents of Goose Creek, a pleasant bedroom community north of Charleston, it was particularly disturbing that though blacks make up less than a quarter of the 2,700 students at the high school, two-thirds of the 107 students caught up in the sweep were black.
High court to debate Miranda rights, again
Police in Rolla, Mo., wanted a confession from suspected killer Patrice Seibert. And they didn't want any lawyers mucking things up by advising her not to talk.
Drinking Water Pathogens and Their Indicators: A Reference Resource
Cryptosporidium : A Drinking Water Supply Problem
University of North Carolina
Several waterborne outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis have occurred over the past ten years in the United States and a great deal of concern has been raised about this organism and drinking water supplies.
E. coli 0157:H7 in drinking water -- US EPA
Fecal coliforms are bacteria that are associated with human or animal wastes. They usually live in human or animal intestinal tracts, and their presence in drinking water is a strong indication of recent sewage or animal waste contamination.
Prozac, other drugs detected in streams and their inhabitants
number of aquatic and amphibian species are being exposed to small amounts of everything from Prozac to perfume to birth control pills that make their way into U.S. rivers and streams.
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Most Federal Agencies Flunk Internet Security
Most federal government agencies have failed to adequately protect their computer networks from hackers and other online threats, the fourth year in a row that the government has earned low marks on a computer security report card issued by a congressional oversight committee
Schiavo case prompts Florida campaign by right-to-die group
The $60,000 campaign by the Denver-based End of Life Choices - formerly the Hemlock Society - includes newspaper ads in Tallahassee, Orlando, Tampa and Miami, and speeches throughout the state this week by organization officials.
Clark says he's not ruled out Hillary Clinton as possible veep
On the presidential campaign trail Tuesday, Wesley Clark said he has not ruled out Hillary Clinton as his running mate, if he wins the Democratic presidential nomination.
In Flip Flop, Schwarzenegger Opposes Groping Probe
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger changed his position again on Tuesday and said he would not investigate allegations that he had sexually harassed women over a long period.
Xinhua Finance to buy U.S.-based Market News
Xinhua Financial Network Ltd., a news agency part-owned by the Chinese government, said on Tuesday it will buy U.S. financial news service Market News International Inc., giving it a firm foothold on Wall Street.
Supreme Court Upholds Political Money Law
The Supreme Court upheld key features of the nation's new law intended to lessen the influence of money in politics, ruling Wednesday that the government may ban unlimited donations to political parties.
A summit on who should run the internet, what human rights should apply in cyberspace and the ways to bridge the digital divide is about to start in a few hours from now
Getting a loan? Big Brother wants to know
lansing State Journal
Not only do we verify the information," Huber wrote in an e-mail to me, "we also have to check the person's name against the Office of Foreign Asset Control's list of Specially Designated Nationals."
VeriChip signs S. Africa distributor
South Florida Business Journal
VeriChip Corp., an Applied subsidiary, makes VeriChips, under-the-skin radio frequency identification devices about the size of a grain of rice.
Co. aims to sell VeriChip as credit card
For the forgetful bionic man or woman in your life, here's a credit card they can't possibly leave home without: a microchip the size of a grain of rice implanted in the arm.
Israeli counter-insurgency specialists have been sent to Fort Bragg to teach US special forces how to keep an unruly Iraqi population under control
The China Banking Regulatory Commission and U.S. Comptroller of the Currency, which oversees American banks, signed an information-sharing agreement Tuesday, the Chinese agency said on its Web site. It said the two sides plan to formalize the agreement after further talks.
"For a Cooperative World Order"
Interview with Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder
Six children die in fresh US blunder
The US military announced today that six children and two adults were killed during a US attack on a weapons compound in south-eastern Afghanistan, the second bungled operation in the country to leave child victims in as many days.
Iraq to Stop Counting Civilian Dead
Iraq's Health Ministry has ordered a halt to a count of civilians killed during the war and told its statistics department not to release figures compiled so far
Separate Attacks In N. Iraq Kill 2 U.S. Soldiers
Two U.S. soldiers were killed and four were wounded in separate attacks Wednesday in the northern city of Mosul, the military said.
High Payments to Cheney-Linked Halliburton for Fuel in Iraq
The United States government is paying the Halliburton Company an average of $2.64 a gallon to import gasoline and other fuel to Iraq from Kuwait, more than twice what others are paying to truck in Kuwaiti fuel, government documents show.
U.S. Shuts Out France, Germany for Iraq Work
"It is necessary for the protection of the essential security interests of the United States to limit competition for the prime contracts of these procurements to companies from the United States, Iraq, coalition partners and force contributing nations," Wolfowitz said in a notice published on the web site www.rebuilding-iraq.net.
Defendant part of big cannibal scene, detective tells court
The detective who investigated Germany's infamous cannibal case told a court yesterday that he had stumbled upon a vast cannibal scene in Germany - involving several dentists and other professionals
Jail Cut for Man Who Stabbed Burglar to Death
The problem, of course, is that after you arm yourself with a knife and then there is an incident it is all too easy to use it with disproportionate force and make use of a weapon which is wholly disproportionate to the danger in which you are in and this is what happened in this case.”
Ban on Plastic Guns Extended 10 Years
President Bush quietly signed legislation Tuesday that would extend for 10 years a ban on plastic guns that can be slipped past airport metal detectors or through X-ray machines
Taiwan stands up to two unelected dictators
Brushing aside a warning from George W. Bush, Taiwan's president reiterated his plan to hold a referendum alongside elections next March, but said neither independence nor the status quo with China would be at issue.
Taiwan's Chen still bent on referendum plans despite personal rebuke from US
Channel News Asia
Just hours before the US President delivered a stunning personal rebuke to President Chen Shui-bian over his referendum plans, the Taiwanese leader was still assuring his supporters that the island's first referendum will proceed as planned on March 20.
How Dare They Create Agricultural Systems! More Junk Science:
'Prehistoric man began global warming'
From 8000 years ago, atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide began to rise as humans started clearing forests, planting crops and raising livestock, a scientist said on Tuesday. Methane levels started increasing 3000 years later
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