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Expanded Patriot Act Reach Would Hit The Net, Too
AVN Media Network
A bill approved by Congress last week to extend the reach of the Patriot Act would expand the FBI's business document and transaction power to cyberspace stations like eBay, Internet logs, and Internet service providers, and without requiring a judge's approval.
Cigar Aficionado's Interview with General Tommy Franks
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Gen. Franks Doubts Constitution Will Survive WMD Attack
Gen. Tommy Franks says that if the United States is hit with a weapon of mass destruction that inflicts large casualties, the Constitution will likely be discarded in favor of a military form of government.
Family Values: Bush brother's divorce reveals sex romps
Neil Bush, younger brother of President Bush, detailed lucrative business deals and admitted to engaging in sex romps with women in Asia in a deposition taken in March as part of his divorce from now ex-wife Sharon Bush.
Online Porn Driving Sexually Aggressive Children
Incidents of young children displaying sexually aggressive behavior towards others appear to be on the increase, and exposure to online pornography is a key factor, according to a new study in Australia.
An HIV-positive Muppet starring in the South African version of "Sesame Street" has received an official appointment from the United Nations as a "global champion for children."
Americas back giant trade zone
Trade ministers from the Americas have backed the outline of a deal to create a free-trade zone stretching from Alaska to the southern tip of Chile.
Carlyle Group ready to buy stakes in major newspapers
A powerful banking group with close links to the Pentagon, which has also invested money on behalf of the Bin Laden family, is in talks to bail out beleaguered Daily Telegraph owner Conrad Black.
A Florida company has announced plans to develop a service that would allow consumers to pay for merchandise using microchips implanted under their skin.
Bio-chip implant arrives for cashless transactions
At a global security conference held today in Paris, an American company announced a new syringe-injectable microchip implant for humans, designed to be used as a fraud-proof payment method for cash and credit-card transactions.
Only 10 percent of Japanese support Iraq troop dispatch
And an overwhelming majority -- 89 percent -- said they were dissatisfied with the government's explanation of why it has promised to dispatch members of the Self-Defense Force
As the Turkish authorities continued to question 18 suspects following the suicide bombing which left 30 dead and 450 injured last Thursday, questions were being asked about why Britain had not moved its consulate to a more secure part of the city, as the Americans had done
A British court has refused to extradite a suspected Islamic extremist to France to face charges in connection with terror attacks which left 10 people dead and injured 180 others.
Allies point the finger at Britain as al-Qaida's 'revolving door'
Investigators in Britain are privately at loggerheads with their US and continental European counterparts over claims that the UK was used as a pivotal base for Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network in the run-up to the September 11 terror attacks.
Britain 'sheltering al-Qaeda leader'
A senior al-Qaeda leader is reportedly being looked after by British intelligence at a safe house in northern England - but security sources are denying the claim.
Kansas town residents must arm themselves
Residents of this south-central Kansas community have passed an ordinance requiring most households to have guns and ammunition.
Rummy's Nuclear Weapons Could Trigger World War III
American Free Press
Rumsfeld's plan to develop so-called “mini” nuclear weapons has many people across the globe fearing the very worst.
BUSH VOWS TO START MORE WAR
Just 24 hours before today's mass anti-war rally in London, he defended invading Iraq. Mr Bush paid lip service to global anti-war feeling - then threatened military action whenever he felt like it.
'Third of nurses want to help patients commit suicide'
One in four nurses said they had already been asked to help a patient end their life when the pain got too much, according to the poll of more than 2,700 nurses.
Top British doctors back smoking ban in UK
Smoking should be banned in public places in Britain, senior doctors demanded today.
Veteran death linked to Gulf War
Major Ian Hill died after a decade of ill health which he said was caused by Gulf War Syndrome, a disputed condition the government has never agreed exists.
Christians sent to Chinese labour camps: report
Villagers in southern China's Guangxi province accused local police on Tuesday of arresting Bible owners and sentencing them to labour camps as part as a campaign to weed out "illegal religious organisations."
Powell had role in departure of Georgian leader Shevardnadze
Secretary of State Colin Powell played a discreet off-stage role in the resignation of Georgia's president, Eduard A. Shevardnadze, making a critical weekend telephone call to signal the longtime leader and U.S. favorite that his time was running out.
Thanksgiving Forecast: Potential Fireworks on the Sun
New York Times
Snapping like rubber bands pulled too tightly, tangled magnetic fields on the surface of the Sun have been spewing waves of radiation and superheated particles at Earth.
Technology Removes Need for Human Pilots
Some commentators have even suggested that Lockheed Martin's high-tech F-35 Joint Strike Fighter may be the last inhabited fighter plane needed. At the very least, analysts say, drones can be used for potentially dangerous environmental monitoring, such as checking air quality for chemical and biological weapons.
Children without MMR struck off GPs' lists
Children who have not had the MMR vaccine have been dropped from doctors' patient lists so that surgeries can claim extra money for meeting Government targets, a health watchdog has revealed.
Glowing Fish to Be First Genetically Changed Pet
Scientists have for decades used a gene called green fluorescent protein, taken from jellyfish, to help in research. The fish, sold under the trademarked name GloFish, carry a similar gene taken from a sea coral that makes it glow all the time.
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