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F.B.I.'s Reach Into Records Is Set to Grow
little-noticed measure approved by both the House and Senate would significantly expand the F.B.I.'s power to demand financial records, without a judge's approval, from car dealers, travel agents, pawnbrokers and many other businesses
U.S. foreign travelers to be fingerprinted
The plans to screen American travelers represent a form of retaliation against new U.S. Department of Homeland Security requirements for foreign travelers entering the country
Officials step up monitoring of anti-war groups
peace activists and law enforcement officials agree that the monitoring of anti-war groups and other activists has stepped up since the terrorist attacks of two years ago.
Storm swirls around drug sweep
Charleston Post and Courier
Last Wednesday started out like most any other school day for Ray Glover, a senior at Stratford High School -- until police officers with guns drawn stormed into the school's cafeteria at 6:45 a.m. and began barking orders at startled students.
Internet censorship coming to a computer near EU
Digital Freedom Network
Over in Euroland the Euro-socialists are seriously going about establishing a real censorship not seen since Hitler's Third Reich; perhaps it's not a coincidence that in the UK, among certain conservative circles, the EU is often referred to as the Fourth Reich.
German state plans headscarf ban
A German state has begun moves to ban Muslims from wearing headscarves in schools.
'We could lose this situation'
The White House yesterday drew up emergency plans to accelerate the transfer of power in Iraq after being shown a devastating CIA report warning that the guerrilla war was in danger of escalating out of US control.
Bush says US troops in 'struggle' in Iraq
On Thursday, President George W. Bush confirmed that the US was looking at ways to facilitate the fast handover of self-government in Iraq as the US administration was forced to rethink its Iraq strategy by the intensifying violence in the country, which on Wednesday saw 27 killed in a single attack.
Bombings in Iraq since the end of major conflict
US troops 'beat' Iran journalists
Two Iranian journalists claim they were beaten, blindfolded and tortured while held by American forces in Iraq.
Former detainee tells of fearful path to torture in Syria
Mr Arar, 33, spent 10 months in a Syrian prison, where he said he was beaten with an electric cable, forced to sign confessions that he had been to Afghanistan and kept in a cell he called a grave.
Rice Clarifies Stand On Iranian Group
National security adviser Condoleezza Rice, rebutting suggestions the Bush administration is being lenient with an Iranian opposition group operating out of Iraq, said yesterday that the Mujaheddin-e Khalq is "part of the global war on terrorism" and its members "are being screened for possible involvement in war crimes, terrorism and other criminal activities."
IRAQ: A MONTH AGO, BIN LADEN THREATENED TO STRIKE ITALY
Less than a month ago, Osama bin Laden threatened Italy and all countries engaged in Iraq alongside the USA.
Death Toll Up to 31 in Italy Base Attack
a crackdown on insurgents, U.S. troops destroyed an empty dye factory in Baghdad and chased attackers seen firing mortars, officials said Thursday, while the death toll from a suicide bombing at an Italian paramilitary base rose to 31.
U.S. Forces Launch Operation Iron Hammer
U.S. forces in Iraq on Wednesday launched a planned and coordinated operation codenamed Iron Hammer that targeted pro-Saddam loyalists
“Bush - Nazi Dealings Continued Until 1951” - Federal Documents
The New Hampshire Gazette
After the seizures in late 1942 of five U.S. enterprises he managed on behalf of Nazi industrialist Fritz Thyssen, Prescott Bush, the grandfather of President George W. Bush, failed to divest himself of more than a dozen "enemy national" relationships that continued until as late as 1951, newly-discovered U.S. government documents reveal.
'Valuable soldier' an illegal immigrant
Although he wore the same uniform and faced the same dangers as other U.S. soldiers, Escalante is an illegal immigrant. He enlisted by showing a fake green card he bought for $50.
US Trade Gap Widens in September
The U.S. trade deficit widened in September to $41.3 billion, as the strengthening U.S. economy propelled imports from China and the rest of the world to record levels
Overworked employees are fed up: a survey finds 8 out of 10 Americans want a new job.
Many employees are overworked, stressed out, fed up -- and eager to quit their jobs once the economy picks up. In fact, worker angst is so pronounced that it has surprised even the most tuned-in human resource professionals.
Man charged with illegally training foreign troops says feds hadn't raised concerns earlier
A counterterrorism center director testified at his federal trial Wednesday that the State Department did not raise concerns about training sessions he offered to foreign soldiers before accusing him of not being licensed.
Two of Asia's most wanted terrorists are armed with explosives and planning fresh attacks on Western hotels and banks — possibly disguising themselves as beggars and receiving shelter from fellow radicals
These are wearable computers which compare your personal data with those of others around you, tell you who would make an interesting match, advise you where that individual is located and whether he or she is available for a chat or just wants to swap contact details.
A new breed of computer software keeps tabs on how people and objects act.
Seven Southwest Florida schools are currently using security cameras on a daily basis. Administrators consider the cameras a blessing and hope to install more in the future
US retail giant Wal-Mart is pressing ahead with plans to implement radio frequency identification (RFID) technology across its stores and distribution networks.
Senate Votes to Arm Cargo Pilots
The latest government terror warning is giving a push to the stalled effort to allow cargo pilots to carry weapons in the cockpit.
China reassures Pakistan on eve of joint exercises with India
China Thursday sought to reassure Pakistan on the eve of joint naval exercises with the South Asian nation's rival India, saying bilateral ties would not be affected.
5,000 police to protect Bush in £5m operation
More than 5,000 police officers will be on duty in London next week for the state visit of President Bush , in one of the biggest security operations seen in the capital.
France and Germany are publicly discussing the possibility of a "Franco-German union" that would allow them to cooperate more closely in such areas as education, social affairs and the economy and even merge their defence and foreign policies
CDs 'could be history in five years'
Compact discs could be history within five years, superseded by a new generation of fingertip-sized memory tabs with no moving parts.
Horrible Abortion "Mistake"
There's no dispute that an Akron-area doctor mistakenly aborted a viable fetus.
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