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Treating Our Children Like Prisoners:
School Raid Caught on Tape
S.C. Probes High School Drug Sweep
South Carolina Investigating Drug Sweep at High School by Officers With Drawn Guns
Shocking images shame US forces
A series of shocking pictures revealing US soldiers tying up Iraqi women and children in their own home has provoked international outrage.
The U.S.S. Liberty Bombshell
The evidence was clear. Both Adm. Kidd and I believed with certainty that this attack, which killed 34 American sailors and injured 172 others, was a deliberate effort to sink an American ship and murder its entire crew.
5 law officers disciplined for fishing on duty
Five police officers were supposed to be protecting a Central Texas power plant against possible terrorism, but they went fishing instead.
Pipe bombs found in California town's mailboxes
At least eight pipe bombs have been found over the past week and half in mailboxes and near homes in this rural community about 30 miles northeast of San Francisco
Illegal immigrants arrested in Wal-Mart raid file suit
Nine illegal immigrants who worked as janitors at Wal-Mart until they were arrested during federal raids last month have sued the company, accusing it of discriminating against them.
County sells 89-year-old woman's farm (and home for over 50 years) over $572 tax bill
Helene Shue's red farmhouse and 41 acres of land along Route 39 -- about two miles from Hersheypark -- were appraised at $800,000, said her nephew, Jeff Arndt. The property was sold in September at a sheriff's sale for $15,000
"The plumbers are back"
The man who sparked Watergate, Daniel Ellsberg, has deja vu watching the Bush administration try to spin the Plame leak.
Only days before Saturday's deadly bombing in Saudi Arabia, U.S. intelligence agencies had been warned that such an attack by al-Qaida was imminent, but the warnings did not come with sufficient details to prevent the blast
Why France lived in fear of 'Londonistan'
recruitment and fundraising by Islamic militants centred on a London mosque were ignored for years by the British security services, a former Special Branch informant claimed yesterday.
The US has been training terrorists at a camp in Georgia for years - and it's still at it
US officials warn of more terror attacks
officials today warned of the threat of further terrorist bomb attacks like the one which killed at least 17 people at a residential compound in the Saudi capital Riyadh at the weekend.
VeriChip Corporation Records First Sales of Subdermal RFID VeriChip Products to Countries in Europe
Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADSX), an advanced technology development company, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, VeriChip Corporation, has received a purchase order for 400 VeriChips and 34 handheld scanners from its exclusive distributor for Russia and Switzerland. These VeriChip sales represent the first to countries in the European region.
Wal-Mart commits billions to RFID
The US retail giant will invest $3bn switching to a radio frequency identification system for tracking its stock
Beach County principal reassigned after allegedly pointing
toy gun at student
principal of Okeeheelee Middle School has been reassigned
while Palm Beach County school district officials investigate
an allegation he pointed a toy gun at a student.
Bush: Syria, Iran Host Terrorists
"This behavior is completely unacceptable," Mr. Bush said in a joint news conference on his Texas ranch with Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi. "States that continue to harbor terrorists will be held completely accountable."
Syria dusts off maps of Golan Heights battlefields following Israeli attack
But in the eyes of many Syrians - as well as foreign diplomats in Damascus - the Golan is back on the agenda again
'Ludicrous' EU officials ready to ban yogurt
Officials at the European Commission are preparing to ban yogurt from Britain because it does not conform to their definition of a standardised Euro-pudding.
Japan, U.S. Begin Joint Naval Exercises
Japan's navy began a major annual training exercise on Friday, including joint maneuvers with the U.S. Navy, mobilizing as many as 25,000 personnel, 80 ships and 170 aircraft around Japanese shores.
Nato hints at undertaking pre-emptive missions
The International News
NATO's military commander said on Tuesday he sees the alliance taking on more stabilisation missions in the future, pre-emptively going into troubled regions to try to prevent them from becoming runaway breeding grounds for terrorists.
Marines joint operations in Philippines
400 US Marines arrived in the Philippines on Monday for joint
training with Filipino troops amid intense security because
of the threat of terrorist attack, the US military said.
UN derails ban on human cloning
The United Nations has blocked moves to impose a global ban on research into all forms of human cloning.
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