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Albright Thinks Bush Hiding Bin Laden
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright told Fox News Channel analyst Morton Kondracke yesterday she suspects President Bush knows the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and is simply waiting for the most politically expedient moment to announce his capture.
Pakistani Newspaper Report: Bush met Saddam on November 27
Pakistani newspaper on Tuesday published a report, claiming a meeting had taken place between US President George Bush and former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein on November 27.
Army Had Searched Farm Where Saddam Was Found Seven weeks Ago
The U.S. Army officer responsible for Adwar said American soldiers had searched the farm about seven weeks ago after a tip and found some weapons, although he didn't offer details of the arms cache.
Saddam Interview Airs In Iraq
The historic interview between CBS News Anchor Dan Rather and Saddam Hussein aired Thursday on Iraqi television.
It's the Thought That Counts: Bush: Iraq intelligence was sound
Middle East Online
US President dismisses any difference between whether Saddam had WMDs or planned to acquire them.
Fate of Saddam's look-alikes remains unknown
The long-awaited capture of Saddam Hussein brought euphoria to many, and for a curious few, it raised a simple question: Whatever became of the deposed leader's team of look-alikes?
CIA to question Hussein
The CIA team of operations officers, polygraphers and psychiatrists has put together a loose interrogation plan—a playbook of sorts—approved by headquarters that will help guide them in the months ahead, government sources said. It contains “what buttons to push,” one U.S. official said
The US administration was accused of gross hypocrisy yesterday after granting Saddam Hussein the legal rights that for more than two years it has denied the 660 detainees held in Guantanamo Bay.
Leaked News Network Memo: Staged discovery of WMD will follow Saddam arrest
Now we all expect the Pentagon to fly in planeloads of WMD and "find" them where Saddam told us they were hidden
Bush may yet wish Saddam had been killed
At trial, the tyrant could reveal embarrassing secrets about his past warm dealings with the US
U.S. tries to trip up Saddam
Saddam Hussein is being shown videotapes of anti-Saddam protests in Iraq, the unearthing of mass graves and the torture and execution of prisoners during his reign, two U.S. officials who are receiving reports on his interrogation said Tuesday.
NewsMax Makes McDermott's Comments into a Partisan Issue
(ridiculous neocon garbage) -- see Flashbacks below
Flashback: In July, General Franks predicted that Saddam's Capture was Imminent
Flashback: LaHood: Hussein's capture imminent
US gets access to airline details
The EU and the US have agreed a deal on sharing data on all airline passengers crossing the Atlantic as part of the fight against terrorism
Feds Outline Plan on Enemy Combatants
U.S. citizens classified as enemy combatants have to wait to get an attorney until they've provided intelligence to the government under a Bush administration policy that critics say treads on constitutional rights.
U.S. Considers Expanding FBI Database
Names of Noncrimimal Deportees and Student Visa Violators Would Be Added
Ashcroft's Senate Campaign Must Pay Fine
Attorney General John Ashcroft's 2000 Senate campaign and his political action committee have agreed to pay a $37,000 civil fine for campaign finance violations
U.S. jobs market blues
Officially, job creation and economic growth are goals of the Bush White House. That might be news for many ordinary Americans of all ages and skin colors.
Celebrated authors demand that the CIA come clean on JFK assassination
Gerald Posner, Norman Mailer and Don DeLillo back lawsuit to open secret files on CIA mystery man tied to Lee Harvey Oswald.
Highway workers lament increase of human waste
Forced to clean up an increasing number of jugs and bags of human waste along highways, the Adams County Waste Reduction & Recycling office took out a full-page newspaper advertisement to combat the problem.
Justices to weigh truck entry
White House seeks to bypass smog review of Mexican vehicles
The U.S. Supreme Court stepped into an environmental dispute Monday at the Bush administration's request, agreeing to decide whether thousands of Mexican trucks can be allowed onto U.S. highways without a study of their possible effect on air pollution.
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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In Britain, Big Brother really is watching you almost everywhere, according to civil liberties campaigners alarmed by the proliferation of spying machines in trains, buses, high streets, sports stadiums and perhaps soon even in clothes.
Soon, Marketing Will Follow You
To hear Paco Underhill tell it, the scene in Steven Spielberg's futuristic Minority Report, in which Tom Cruise's character is besieged by video advertising targeted directly at him as he walks down the street, is, even today, more than pure science fiction.
Rosbalt News Agency
The Georgian Defense Department said this was a demonstration of particular respect to the US, which financed the USD 64 million Training and Equipment military assistance program to Georgia.
Reserve unit commander says many troops infected with parasitic disease
Some members of the Army Reserve's 296th Transportation Co. apparently are infected with a parasitic disease contracted in Iraq, the company commander says
Nicaragua village in grip of madness
Doctors and traditional healers reach remote jungle community where 60 people are suffering from mysterious collective mania
China Sentences Two to Life for Sex Party
- A Chinese court on Wednesday sentenced two people to life in prison for organizing a three-day-long sex party for hundreds of Japanese tourists that caused an uproar in China.
Diana crash 'merits same scrutiny as Kelly death'
has been told the crash which killed Diana, Princess of Wales, and Dodi Fayed deserves the same scrutiny as Bloody Sunday and the death of Dr David Kelly.
Bin Laden, Omar won't be taken alive-Pakistan cleric
unlike Saddam, neither al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden nor Taliban supreme leader Mullah Mohammad Omar is likely to be taken alive, a top Pakistani cleric with close ties to Afghanistan's ousted Taliban regime warned.
Pro-Gun Group Sees 'Hollow Victory' in Arming Cargo Pilots
A pro-gun group says a new law allowing cargo pilots to carry concealed weapons may be a "hollow victory," if the Bush administration continues to limit the number of pilots who are certified to carry weapons in the cockpit.
China calls Taiwan's Chen 'immoral', vows to 'crush' independence drive
China vowed to "crush" any attempts by Taiwan to seek independence, calling the island's President Chen Shui-bian "selfish" and "immoral".
Human Clone Experiment Repeated Successfully
The only researchers to publicly show that they have cloned a human embryo said on Tuesday that they had successfully repeated the experiment, growing an embryo to the 16-cell stage.
N.J. stem-cell bill clears the Legislature
New Jersey will become the second state to sanction stem-cell research after the Assembly yesterday narrowly passed a bill to authorize the use of discarded embryos for scientific purposes.
Cloning to be legalized
in New Jersey?
Opponents say 'radical' measure allows humans to be destroyed
World's Smallest Motor
Using a gold rotor mounted atop a carbon nanotube shaft, the smallest synthetic motor ever made measures just 500 nanometers across--about 300 times smaller than the width of a human hair. It's small enough to be mounted onto a virus, and requires a scanning electron microscope for you to watch it in operation.
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