Act kicks in at banks today
today, don't be surprised if you get asked more questions
than usual where you bank if you try to open a new account.
asks for more power to fight terrorism
Bush Administration is preparing to ask Congress for broader
powers to fight terrorism and is refuting critics, including
civil liberties groups and some fellow republicans, who say
the government has already gone too far.
plans 'defence blimps'
has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. a $US40 million ($58.8m)
contract to develop a high-flying, remote-controlled blimp
that would monitor U.S. borders and scan the horizon for enemy
Brother mobile phone can track you to within 50m
China Morning Post
content with its applications of voice conversation, taking
pictures, sending e-mails and accessing the internet, Hong
Kong researchers have converted it into a homing beacon that
can pinpoint users to within 50 metres.
soldiers held over bombings
police have arrested two soldiers in connection with the recent
spate of bombings in the capital, Jakarta.
Bush Defends Husband on Leaks
from home and a Justice Department investigation into President
Bush's White House, first lady Laura Bush said Wednesday that
her husband won't tolerate anything but the "very highest
standards" from those who work for him.
Opens Probe of Bush Staff on CIA Leak
FBI began a full-scale criminal investigation Tuesday into
whether White House officials illegally leaked the identity
of an undercover CIA officer, and President Bush ordered his
staff to cooperate with the first major probe of his administration
Behind the Furor
53, is also now known as the man the CIA sent to Niger in
February 2002 to investigate rumors that Hussein was trying
to buy uranium there -- and who came back with denials from
Niger officials. As President Bush repeated the allegation
-- most prominently in the "16 words" in the State
of the Union address Jan. 28 -- Wilson said he grew increasingly
perplexed. And by July, he was annoyed enough to say publicly
that U.S. officials had exaggerated the public case for invading
House Not to Declassify More of 9/11 Report
White House has said it will not declassify further parts
of a congressional report on intelligence failures related
to the Sept. 11 attacks, including details of possible foreign
involvement in the plot.
Band Chief Apologizes for Nazi Flag
high school band director has apologized for a halftime performance
that included "Deutschland Uber Alles," the anthem
closely associated with Adolf Hitler, and a student running
across the field with a Nazi flag.
Black Box Voting: Vote
Tampering in the 21st Century
The first two chapters of
Bev Harris' groundbreaking expose are now free online.
tot who spent 2 1/2 weeks alone released from hospital
father of a 2-year-old girl left home alone for nearly three
weeks while her mother served time in jail was granted temporary
custody Wednesday, state Department of Children & Families
& Schumer Duping Pro-gunners Into Supporting Gun Control
-- Bill to bar millions more from gun ownership
anti-gun legislators have teamed up again to deny millions
of additional Americans their right to keep and bear arms.
They are Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Rep. Carolyn McCarthy
Ottawa report blasts gun registry
report says one of the chief goals of the program -- continual
screening to make sure gun owners remain eligible for licences
-- is threatened by unreliable information contained in a
massive database that is supposed to tip police and the Canada
Firearms Centre to individuals who should not own firearms.
New Gun Laws Begin October First
who want to buy guns will have to undergo more background
checks. Everyone wanting to buy a gun will be given the once-over
by the FBI, and possibly the state as well.
Drops Bid as Schwarzenegger Surges
independent candidate Arianna Huffington dropped her bid for
governor of California on Tuesday and said she would campaign
against the recall of Gov. Gray Davis, while a new poll showed
front-runner Arnold Schwarzenegger is surging toward victory.
Heads Could Roll if Schwarzenegger Wins
Schwarzenegger's promise to clean house if he wins California's
recall election for governor next week has many nervous state
appointees worried their jobs could soon be terminated.
New World Order elite has big plans for Arnold
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Korea boosting its nuclear program
Korea says it is taking "practical measures" to
boost its nuclear capabilities. It also said it isn't interested
in holding further negotiations with the US.
soldiers head for the N. Korean border
reports have been surfacing about extraordinary movements
along the border between China and North Korea. On September
14, Hong Kong's Sing Tao Daily carried a report that up to
150,000 People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops had been deployed
on the border, replacing local armed police.
says Gov. Bush urging attack
Cuban American National Foundation
Cuban official charged in an interview broadcast Sunday that
Gov. Jeb Bush is pressing his brother, President Bush, to
bring down the government of Fidel Castro
psychologist calls for selective breeding
leading Danish psychologist has caused outrage by calling
for the state to encourage the selective reproduction of children
from intelligent parents and seek to stop less gifted groups
breakdown: Feared he had been poisoned
sources said Arafat was concerned that he had been poisoned
as part of an assassination plot by Israel and the United
States. They said that Arafat sent for a medical team from
Jordan when his own physicians could not determine his ailment.
Turner not optimistic about world's future
I had to predict, the way things are going, I'd say the chances
are about 50-50 that humanity will be extinct or nearly extinct
within 50 years," Turner said. "Weapons of mass
destruction, disease, I mean this global warming is scaring
the living daylights out of me."
Dog and Pony Show: Soros calls for 'regime change' in US
is only possible if you have a regime change in the United
States - in other words if President Bush is voted out of
planning calls for up to eight more years
forces could be digging in for a stay of up to eight more
years in Afghanistan, where frequent firefights continue on
the border with Pakistan nearly two years after major combat
Mobile Signals Can Cause Nausea, Headache
study, the first of its kind, compared the impact of radiation
from base stations used for the current mobile telephone network
with that of base stations for new third generation (3G) networks
for fast data transfer, which will enable services such as
video conferencing on a mobile device.
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