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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.
What Would Andy Do?
Would Andy point a real gun at the head of a 9-year-old boy playing with a toy gun?
Would Andy, after determining the boy's gun was only a toy, order the boy to the ground, handcuff him, and arrest him?
Gore Blasts PATRIOT Act, Which Mirrors His 10-Year-Old Plan
Former Vice President Al Gore made headlines with his criticisms on Sunday of the Bush administration's implementation of the USA PATRIOT Act and the post-9/11 consolidation of federal law enforcement. But a CNSNews.com investigation shows that Gore proposed a very similar program 10 years earlier.
Supporters attend pre-trial hearing of Oakland Port Protesters
Over a hundred people showed up to demonstrate support for the Oakland 25 at a pre-trial hearing on Friday, November 7th. The defendants include 24 protesters and ILWU's Jack Heyman, all of whom were arrested at the Port of Oakland protest on April 7th, when police fired "less-lethal" ammunition at both demonstrators and dockworkers
HAARP Facility to Quadruple Power
"Joint funding through DARPA will allow HAARP to quadruple in size from its current 960 kW output to 3.6 MW..."
Mystery Illness Causing Major U.S. Casualties in Iraq
American Free Press
The overwhelming majority of soldiers sent home for recovery from the current Persian Gulf War were not injured in combat but probably by a doctor's needle. Were some “shot to death” by vaccinations?
Army orders mother of seven back to duty in Iraq
soldier mother faces punishment for refusing to return to duty in Iraq to avoid losing custody of two children.
Top U.S. general warns of harsh measures unless attacks stop
The warning was another sign of a ''get tough'' campaign against insurgents, who have accelerated attacks against U.S. and coalition forces in recent weeks. U.S. forces had eased off on raids during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which began in late October.
Jets Intercept Plane Near White House
Air Force fighter jets scrambled Monday to intercept a private plane that flew too close to the White House, triggering a security scare that led Vice President Dick Cheney and President Bush's chief of staff to be moved to a secure location.
Prescott Bush's business history is well-documented
Coravllis Gazette Times
Under the Trading with the Enemy Act, the United States government took over the Union Banking Corporation, in which Bush was a director. The U.S. Alien Property Custodian seized Union Banking Corp.'s stock shares, all of which were owned by Prescott Bush, E. Roland "Bunny" Harriman, three Nazi executives, and two other associates of Bush.
Lawmakers defend 'Terri's Law'
Bay news 9
Governor Jeb Bush is continuing his legal efforts to reject a challenge to his order to keep a Terri Schiavo alive.
Mothers Tell of Sons' Football Camp Hazing Horrors
Two mothers of Long Island football hazing victims are speaking publicly for the first time, talking about the brutal sexual assaults their sons allegedly faced at a football training camp
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
Annapolis Council To Vote On Toy Gun Ban
The Annapolis city council could vote Monday night on a proposal to ban the sale and possession of real-looking toy guns in the city.
Groups Raising Money for Elderly Mugging Victim Charged With Gun Possession
An outpouring of support from around the country for that elderly Bronx man facing charges after fighting off his mugger with a gun.
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
Biometrics helps secure Israel's borders
At Ben Gurion Airport and entry points for Palestinian workers, biometric technology is speeding up security checks.
Arrested Russian Businessman Is Carlyle Group Adviser
Carlyle, known for the glittering roster of former statesmen among its partners and advisers, has ties to both Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev, the jailed Russian tycoons.
American jeans, Florida orange juice and dozens of other US products could double in price from next month because of a growing transatlantic trade war.
Plan for UN to run internet 'will be shelved'
An attempt by developing countries to put management of the internet under United Nations auspices is likely to be shelved at next month's world information summit in Geneva - but the issue is now firmly on the international agenda, summit sources say
Battle flares on embryos patent
The Detroit News
For 16 years, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has refused to issue patents on human beings at any stage of development, including the human embryo. But an attempt by Congress to put that policy into law has provoked a sharp, though largely hidden, debate.
One in Three Injections in Poor Nations Is Unsafe
People in developing countries receive too many injections, often with unsterilized needles and syringes that can transmit illnesses such as hepatitis and HIV, researchers said on Friday.
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