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Orange Christmas: Nation's Threat Level Rising to Orange
The government on Sunday raised the national threat level to orange, indicating a high risk of terrorist attack, and said threat indicators are "perhaps greater now than at any point" since Sept. 11, 2001, with strikes possible during the holidays.
FLASHBACK: FBI agents say White House scripting 'hysterics' for political effect
He "Had a Hunch:" Buffett Saw Terror Threat
Warren Buffett says he had a hunch about the catastrophic terrorism threat that the U.S. faced before the jets hit the World Trade Center and the Pentagon exactly six months ago.
The Clinton View of Iraq-al Qaeda Ties
The Weekly Standard
The Clinton administration also warned the American public about those ties and defended its response to al Qaeda terror by citing an Iraqi connection.
U.S. Tobacco Companies Accused of Terrorist Ties And Iraqi Sanctions-Busting
The Public I
American tobacco companies have violated sanctions against Iraq for years by sending billions of cigarettes into the country, often with the aid of a terrorist organization, the European Union has alleged.
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Hussein Was Held by Kurds Before U.S. Capture, AFP Reports
Saddam Hussein was captured by U.S. troops only after being held prisoner by Kurdish forces, who had had drugged and abandoned him, Agence France-Presse reported, citing a Sunday Express newspaper report.
We got him: Kurds say they caught Saddam
Washington's claims that brilliant US intelligence work led to the capture of Saddam Hussein are being challenged by reports sourced in Iraq's Kurdish media claiming that its militia set the circumstances in which the US merely had to go to a farm identified by the Kurds to bag the fugitive former president.
Saddam was held by Kurdish forces, drugged and left for US troops
Saddam Hussein was captured by US troops only after he had been taken prisoner by Kurdish forces, drugged and abandoned ready for American soldiers to recover him, a British Sunday newspaper said.
Sick Saddam Drugged
In the photo Hussein appears in much worse shape than when arrested, with pronounced bags under bloodshot eyes and a sticking plaster on the back of his right hand where he has reportedly been receiving intravenous injections.
Department of Homeland Security Announces $173.5 Million in Grants to States for All-Hazards Emergency and Terrorism Preparedness
The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is pleased to announce the allocation of $173.5 million in grants to help state and local governments better prepare to respond to all hazards and enhance preparedness activities and emergency management.
UK Police call for remote button to stop cars
After speed cameras, road humps and mobile phone bans, there could be more bad news for Britain's motorists. Police are urging Ministers to give them the power to stop vehicles by remote control.
Parents told: shouting at youth football matches is child abuse
Parents of young footballers who shout criticism from the sidelines during matches will in future be guilty of child abuse, under new guidance from the sport's governing body.
Dollar's drop becomes more ominous
After months of looking at nothing but the bright side of a weaker dollar, investors are starting to look at the dark side of its struggle against the euro.
Power Being Restored in San Francisco
Crews were restoring power to thousands of homes and businesses early Sunday following a blackout that left a third of the city without electricity on one of the busiest days of the holiday season.
Justice probing claim of being chained in
Palm Beach Post
The U.S. Justice Department has begun to investigate a new case of slavery in Florida involving a group of undocumented Mexican farmworkers who say they were forcibly detained and threatened with violence by labor contractors
Al Gore's Son Arrested for Pot Possession
Albert A. Gore III, 21, was arrested Friday night after he was stopped for driving a vehicle without its headlights on.
Illinois to Seek Exemption to Buy Drugs From Canada
The request, which was met with skepticism by a federal official, is the latest political maneuver in a swell of pressure from local and state leaders to cut costs by buying drugs outside the country's borders.
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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Give the gift of Health -- Protect Yourself and Your Family with Powerful British Berkey Water filters
New York Times
Driven by worries about safety, the need for accountability, and perhaps a certain "I Spy" impulse, families and employers are adopting surveillance technology once used mostly to track soldiers and prisoners.
Mass Snowplowers Required to Carry GPS Tracking Phones
The phones - equipped to track location through a series of satellites known as the Global Positioning System - let highway staff monitor plowers' time on the job and whether they are driving at the optimal speed for laying down salt. Officials estimate the improved efficiency will save about $1.7 million a year.
RFID: miniscule transmitters that can be placed (or hidden) on any product you can imagine. And they're already in use all over: as security devices in car keys, in warehouses to track inventory, in the ExxonMobil SpeedPass quick-payment keys, and in automatic toll-paying systems like New York City's EZ Pass .
Sickening, Blatant Propaganda: Time's Person of the Year 2003 is The American Soldier
"They swept across Iraq and conquered it in 21 days . They stand guard on streets pot-holed with skepticism and rancor. They caught Saddam Hussein. They are the face of America, its might and good will, in a region unused to democracy. The U.S. G.I. is TIME's Person of the Year"
and, What a Coincidence -- This Article Also Appears in the Same Issue of Time:
THE U.S. "MAY NEED A BIGGER ARMY," DONALD RUMSFELD TELLS TIME
We may need a bigger army," Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld tells TIME in this week's Person of the Year double issue
China Thanks Bush for Taiwan Stance
Beijing Issues New Warning Against Move Toward Independence
Diana was Pregnant
Diana, Princess of Wales was pregnant at the time of her death, it has been alleged.
Israel planning Iran attack
Israel is considering a military strike to destroy the nuclear programme of Iran, now regarded as Tel Aviv's number one enemy.
TURKEY ACCUSES ISRAEL OF BUYING OIL FROM IRAQ
Turkish officials said the government of Prime Minister Recep Erdogan has been alarmed by reports that Israel has purchased oil from the Kirkuk area.
Bush, Hu talk after Cheney scuttles plan for N Korea
US President George Bush talked with Chinese President Hu Jintao by telephone at the weekend after revelations that hardliners in Mr Bush's Administration had derailed diplomatic preparations for new talks with North Korea over its nuclear weapons.
Bush declares: "We must get rid of Arafat"
US President George W. Bush told an Israeli journalist that "we must get rid of" Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, the mass-circulation Yediot Aharonot daily has reported.
Junk Science: Earth is 20% darkers say experts
Experts say global dimming is probably down to tiny particles such as soot, and chemical compounds such as sulphates accumulating in the atmosphere. "Data from 100 stations around the world show that the amount of black carbon in the atmosphere is twice as big as we assumed..."
First private rocket ship goes supersonic
The first piloted and rocket-powered craft to have been developed by a private company made its maiden flight on Wednesday, over the Mojave desert in California.
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