Dead, Captured U.S. Soldiers Shown On Iraqi
Civilians Reported Killed
districts tell parents not to pick up children during
DOWN "FOR THEIR SAFETY"
Susan Moxley, an assistant superintendent with Lake
County schools, defended school-closing plans as
rooted in both safety and common sense. A temporary
shutdown would "protect the safety of our kids"
and free up school buildings for an emergency center
in the event of a disaster.
FLASHBACK TO AN OBVIOUS NATIONAL PLAN BEING UNVEILED:
Government Claims Ownership of Your Children
Many Anti-Terror Plans Would Stop Parents From Picking
National Guard Troops Would Patrol
National Guard troops would begin patrolling specific
facilities, including protecting the entrances to state
and federal office buildings and courthouses
WORLD WAR III?
NEW WORLD ORDER HEADLINES
press slams Bush's 'heathen' new world order
US anti-war rally ends in 1,300 arrests
"Police were unable to contain the unrest despite
using batons, mounted officers and riot tactics..."
protesters mobilize for war
Officers will arrest protesters if they refuse orders
to disperse or become too unruly, said Santa Rosa Sgt.
Gas and Stun Grenades Break up Activist's Memorial Service
Israeli forces fired teargas and stun grenades yesterday
in an attempt to break up a memorial service for Rachel
Corrie, the American peace activist killed by an army
bulldozer in Gaza on Sunday.
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US NEWS HEADLINES
government ran up a deficit of $193.9 billion
in the first five months of the 2003 budget year,
nearly three times the deficit for the same period
a year earlier.
efforts are costing cities dearly
Without much help from the federal government,
local officials say they will be left with no
choice but to drain city budgets as they prepare
for the threat of terrorist attacks.
ARMING THE ENEMY
has identified a Virginia-based biological supply
house and a French scientific institute as the
sources of all the foreign germ samples that it
used to create the biological weapons that are
still believed to be in Iraq's arsenal
Remember Where Iraq Got It's Arsenal:
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SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY
Link May Tie Together Pesticides, ADHD, Gulf War Syndrome
And Other Disorders
The finding, published in the March 17 online version
of Nature Genetics, is the first to demonstrate a clear
genetic link between neurological disorders and exposure
to organophosphate chemicals; the gene is one that scientists
had not studied in previous efforts to find connections
between these chemicals and disease. Organophosphates
include household pesticides as well as deadly nerve
gases like sarin.
on cloning examines what is human
Members of a Senate committee Wednesday grappled with
the question of when life begins, a concept that will
play a key role in the coming debate over whether to
allow therapeutic cloning research to proceed.
defenders arrested on accusation by illegals
Witnesses say Salvadorans brought false charges after
being treated with care
Says 250 Civilians Wounded in Baghdad Bombing
Iraq said on Saturday 250 civilians had been wounded
in bombing of Baghdad and denied U.S. and British
claims of successes in their invasion of the country.
Captured U.S. Soldiers Shown On Iraqi TV
Jazeera TV on Sunday, March 23, broadcast images of
several dead bodies of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq,
along with five others captured, including two wounded,
one of them a woman.
Saddam Shown On Iraq TV
With Senior Leadership
Saddam has reportedly chaired three meetings with
senior officials since US and British forces launched
an offensive on Thursday aimed at overthrowing his
of LOVE: Military Helicopters Marked "666
Click Here to Open Reuters' Video Feedroom --
Then Click on the Enter Button and Click on
the "Valiant Strike" Clip (if this
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you will need either Windows
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to Be Stripped Naked
American forces amassing on the Kuwait border were
told yesterday to strip injured prisoners of war naked
before loading them on to evacuation helicopters amid
concern that some could be suicide bombers strapped
Saddam wounded in palace attack
Iraqis deny any casualties
Iraq torches seven oil wells
Retreating Iraqi soldiers have torched seven oil wells
in southern Iraq Friday, according to British Chief
of Staff Adm. Michael Boyce
Sign of Fire at South Iraqi Oilfields-Witnesses
There are no signs of fire at Iraqi oil fields near
the border with Kuwait that Washington said may have
been set ablaze by Iraq
could be in Baghdad 'within 3 or 4 days'
Group Captain Al Lockwood, a British military spokesman
told reporters at the main allied command centre in
Qatar, he believed coalition forces could be in the
Iraqi capital in as little as three days.
sand, dust storms due in Iraq next week
A powerful storm system is likely to pummel military
forces in and around Iraq with blinding sand and choking
dust beginning Monday night
TORTURE: THE NEW AMERICAN
City Paper: We caught Mohammed, so why not torture
Atlantic Online: Is It Ever All Right to Torture
Observer: Should the US engage in torture?
SECOND AMENDMENT HEADLINES
propose allowing nuclear plant guards to carry automatic
Two assemblymen from Westchester have submitted a bill
that would allow security guards at New York State's
nuclear power plants to carry automatic weapons.
DA Goes After Guns
"You are going to do federal time if you carry
a gun in the Bronx," said Bronx District Attorney
Robert Johnson at a news conference in his office to
announce the new initiative, dubbed, "Project Fed
Virginia Court Gives Green Light to Gun Manufacturer
Lawsuit by NJ Police Officers
"Handing another legal defeat to the gun industry,
a West Virginia state trial judge today (Monday) refused
to dismiss a lawsuit brought by two former New Jersey
police officers against a gun dealer and manufacturer
charged with negligence in supplying the gun used in
the January 2001 shooting of the officers in Orange,