bypasses First Amendment to nail a hacker
a provision of the Patriot Act, the FBI is sending letters
to journalists telling them to secretly prepare to turn over
their notes, e-mails and sources to the bureau.
Plans Anti-Terrorism Database
countries participate in the agency's database, an Internet-based
system that provides direct access to Interpol files. By Dec.
31, the agency hopes to finish the project so all its members
can send and retrieve real-time data, Secretary General Ronald
training exercise terrifies townspeople
living near Alexandria Senior High School got an unexpected
jolt Saturday afternoon when an explosion took place at an
unoccupied house on Jackson and Ola streets.
help their analysts "think like terrorists..." --
shouldn't be much of a stretch:
pursues video game
CIA is set to spend several million dollars to develop a video
game aimed at helping its analysts think like terrorists
Brother Is Just Fine with Barry McCaffrey
drug czar and retired general Barry McCaffrey yesterday blasted
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld for overextending the American
military. He also unapologetically called for a national-ID
card, more surveillance of public spaces and billions of dollars
more for homeland security and national defense.
soldiers held over bombings
police have arrested two soldiers in connection with the recent
spate of bombings in the capital, Jakarta.
Vows To Defy New St. Pete Law With Onstage Suicide
leader of the shock rock group Hell on Earth said an onstage
suicide will happen during a private St. Petersburg concert
this weekend in defiance of a new city law designed to stop
law passed to block concert suicide
St. Petersburg city council passed a law Monday designed to
scuttle a rock group's plans to feature an onstage suicide.
House Rejects Independent Counsel for Leak
The White House on Monday rejected Democratic demands that
an independent counsel be appointed to find out who leaked
secret information apparently aimed at discrediting a vocal
critic of prewar intelligence on Iraq.
Reserve fears troop exodus
the United States is unable to recruit significantly more
international troops or quell the violence in Iraq in the
next few months, it could trigger an exodus of active and
reserve forces, the head of the U.S. Army Reserve said Monday.
the Numbers Game to Make Absurd Expenditures More Palatable:
Military stashes covert millions
U.S. Special Operations Command at MacDill Air Force Base
inflated budget proposals at the Pentagon's request last year
to hide $20-million from Congress
Increase Seen in People Lacking Health Insurance
number of people without health insurance shot up last year
by 2.4 million, the largest increase in a decade, raising
the total to 43.6 million, as health costs soared and many
workers lost coverage provided by employers, the Census Bureau
Penn State University environmental microbiologist assaults
teen, smears blood on passengers on a flight from Philadelphia
at his skin and bleeding from self-inflicted scratches to
his face and hands, John P. Hegarty touched several passengers
with his blood, according to federal air marshal Roy Janssen.
Confidence Plummets in September
confidence, which had rebounded in August, dropped more than
expected in September, dragged down by a sluggish job market.
FEDS HAVE NEW THEORY ON ANTHRAX ATTACKS
deadly 2001 U.S. anthrax attacks may have been carried out
by someone who did not intend to cause any harm, a top FBI
official said yesterday.
people speak: Arizona voters overwhelmingly want to cut off
services to illegals
poll shows Arizona voters overwhelmingly support a proposed
ballot initiative that would cut off services to illegal immigrants
unite behind gun bill
bill to improve the national database aimed at preventing
felons and the mentally ill from purchasing guns was announced
jointly yesterday by two senators, a Democrat and a Republican.
GOP Leaders Back Schwarzenegger in Recall
Schwarzenegger picked up an unprecedented endorsement in California's
recall election from leaders of the state Republican Party
on Monday as Gov. Gray Davis tried to regain momentum eight
days before the Oct. 7 vote.
STARRY-EYED FOR SCHWARZENEGGER
Schwarzenegger's decision to run for governor was expected
to unleash the kind of screaming tabloid headlines that have
dogged high-profile politicians from Bill Clinton to Gary
Davis in peril, Schwarzenegger shows strength
in the California recall election might be poised to kick
Gov. Gray Davis out and vote Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger
in, according to a CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll released Sunday
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
you want your teenage daughter to read this? No way, says
one parent, a father of three teenage children, hit back.
And he is not just any parent. Bob Geldof, the rock star and
charity hero, compared the publications to grown men who get
sexual thrills from underage girls.
Korea tests chemical weapons on humans
Ri Chae Woo had worked at the chemical plant in Anbyon, near
the border with South Korea. The corporation specialized in
developing chemical and, according to some sources, biological
weapons. According to Dr. Ri Chae Woo, there is a secret clinic
dug into the mountains in this area which tests new weapons
of this kind on humans.
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
child 'killed by US soldiers'
forces killed a 10-year-old Iraqi child and wounded a 25-year-old
man when they opened fire Monday on hundreds of demonstrators
who pelted them with stones in Hawija, west of Kirkuk, a hospital
director told AFP.
Guantanamo translator arrested
civilian translator who worked with the U.S. military base
at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was arrested Tuesday after immigration
officials at Boston's Logan Airport found what are alleged
to be classified materials in his possession
statistics confirm what veterans of the 1990-91 Persian Gulf
War and members of Congress have been saying for months: the
Pentagon has been ignoring a law whose primary intention was
avoiding a repeat of the military's mistakes surrounding its
handling of veteran illnesses that have become known as Gulf
pals deal-making in Iraq
company that was created to help clients take advantage of
business opportunities in Iraq is made up of businessmen associated
to President George W Bush, his family and his administration
doctors interact with patients
ROBOT is part of a study at Hopkins that asks: If a
patients own doctor isnt physically available,
would that patient rather see and talk with their doctor through
an interactive robot or see a substitute physician in person?
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