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The State -- Bursey, who faced up to six months and a $5,000 fine, told the judge he would not stand for his rights to be "neutralized or sanitized" by the U.S. Secret Service, which sets presidential protection zones.

Quarantining dissent: How the Secret Service protects Bush from free speech
When President Bush travels around the United States, the Secret Service visits the location ahead of time and orders local police to set up "free speech zones" or "protest zones," where people opposed to Bush policies (and sometimes sign-carrying supporters) are quarantined.

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Civil Contingencies Bill Gives UK Government Dictatorial Powers
BBC -- Planned new powers for dealing with a major terrorist attack and other big emergencies are unveiled on Wednesday.

So Much for Free Speech: Bursey found guilty, fined $500
The State -- Bursey, who faced up to six months and a $5,000 fine, told the judge he would not stand for his rights to be "neutralized or sanitized" by the U.S. Secret Service, which sets presidential protection zones.

Flashback: Quarantining dissent: How the Secret Service protects Bush from free speech
When President Bush travels around the United States, the Secret Service visits the location ahead of time and orders local police to set up "free speech zones" or "protest zones," where people opposed to Bush policies (and sometimes sign-carrying supporters) are quarantined.

D.C. Council Bans Cell Phones While Driving
NBC 4 -- The D.C. City Council Tuesday afternoon gave final approval to a bill making it illegal to use a hand-held cell phone while behind the wheel.

World War III

Iran to launch its own satellite, rocket system
(AFP) - Iran's defence minister said Monday that the Islamic republic would launch its own satellite into space with an Iranian-made launch system, the official news agency IRNA reported. 

We won't scrap WMD stockpile unless Israel does, says Assad
London Telegraph -- Syria is entitled to defend itself by acquiring its own chemical and biological deterrent, President Bashar Assad said last night as he rejected American and British demands for concessions on weapons of mass destruction .

President Bush renews US sanctions on Libya
AFP -- US President George W Bush has renewed US sanctions imposed on Libya in 1986, saying that Tripoli must follow positive overtures on unconventional arms with "concrete steps."

N. Korea Offers to Halt Nuke Facilities
AP -- North Korea offered Tuesday to refrain from producing nuclear weapons as a "bold concession" to rekindle talks over its arms programs.

US News

Bush Proposing Immigration Reform for Millions
AP -- Looking to draw more Hispanics behind his re-election bid, President Bush on Wednesday will propose a temporary worker program to help millions of immigrants work legally in the United States

US plans conference on USS Liberty incident
Jerusalem Post -- The State Department will cast a spotlight next week on the 1967 Israeli attack on the U.S. spy ship Liberty where 34 American servicemen were killed.

USS Liberty survivors speak with moving candor about what really happened
Loss of Liberty -- On June 8, 1967, Israeli warplanes and torpedo boats launched a ferocious two-hour attack against the USS Liberty, an American intelligence ship operating in the eastern Mediterranean. Of the 294 men aboard the vessel, 34 were killed and 172 were wounded.

Ex-Halliburton employee says he felt sale was illegal
AP -- former Halliburton Co. employee testified Thursday he helped consummate the sale of thousands of mini-warheads to a Canadian explosives expert even though he believed it was illegal - and never warned the buyer.
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CIA Faked German Terror Alert
Nettavisen TV (Norway) -- Sources at the German intelligence bureau claim that CIA misinformed them about the alleged planned terror action in Hamburg December 30. Ansar al-Islam was accused of being behind the attempt.

'Dirty Bomb' Was Major New Year's Worry
Washington Post -- With huge New Year's Eve celebrations and college football bowl games only days away, the U.S. government last month dispatched scores of casually dressed nuclear scientists with sophisticated radiation detection equipment hidden in briefcases and golf bags to scour five major U.S. cities for radiological, or "dirty," bombs, according to officials involved in the emergency effort.

Fears over 'lost' radioactive units
BBC -- Thousands of devices containing radioactive material have been lost or stolen worldwide, the auditing arm of the United States Congress has warned.

U.S. Sends Out 'Dirty Bomb' Patrol
CBS -- The U.S. - concerned that terrorists might attempt to detonate a "dirty bomb" during the holidays - sent nuclear scientists to five major cities to search for the radiological devices, the Washington Post reports.

Flashback: IAEA: U.S. Blocking Search for 'Dirty Bomb' Material

Threat info declines but still high
CNN -- Commercial aviation could remain on high terror alert awhile longer, but U.S. officials said Tuesday the threat level for the rest of the nation could be lowered soon to yellow, or "elevated."

Police can't stop Muslim inciting terror in Britain
London Telegraph -- Police said yesterday that they were powerless to act against a man from Manchester who called on British Muslims recruited to the Taliban to return home to embark on a "new phase" of terrorism.

Saddam's in Custody?

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Report: Saddam undergoes intense investigations in jail A
Al Bawaba -- According to the source, the ousted Iraqi leader undergoes 12-hour investigations a day, by US officials, in his prison cell at the Radwaniyyah camp, located near the capital of Baghdad.

The Water Supply

Drinking Water Pathogens and Their Indicators: A Reference Resource

EPA

Cryptosporidium : A Drinking Water Supply Problem 

University of North Carolina

Several waterborne outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis have occurred over the past ten years in the United States and a great deal of concern has been raised about this organism and drinking water supplies.

E. coli 0157:H7 in drinking water -- US EPA

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Fecal coliforms are bacteria that are associated with human or animal wastes.  They usually live in human or animal intestinal tracts, and their presence in drinking water is a strong indication of recent sewage or animal waste contamination. 

Prozac, other drugs detected in streams and their inhabitants

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number of aquatic and amphibian species are being exposed to small amounts of everything from Prozac to perfume to birth control pills that make their way into U.S. rivers and streams.

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Big Brother

Is Friendster the New TIA?
Tech Central Station -- Friendster , Ryze , Linked-in , Tribe.Net , Yafro , Plaxo , and Spoke are a networker's dream but a privacy-hawk's nightmare. These sites are aggregating information, provided by people themselves, that could prove almost as useful as a Total Information Awareness (TIA) program to government snoops.

New World Order

Blair: I'll take Britain into euro by 2007
London Independent -- Tony Blair has set a target of 2007 to take Britain into the euro, and wants the Government to agree to a public pledge to secure membership by that date.

World News

Why Britain needs more guns
BBC -- "If guns are outlawed," an American bumper sticker warns, "only outlaws will have guns." With gun crime in Britain soaring in the face of the strictest gun control laws of any democracy, the UK seems about to prove that warning prophetic.

CIA-paid spies arrested in Iran: report
Khaleej Times -- A number of Iranians accused of spying for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and sending information over the Internet have been arrested, a top justice official was quoted as saying on Tuesday.

Iraq Aftermath/War on Terror News

Pepsi Plans to Relaunch Its Cola in Iraq
Yahoo --
Pepsi, of Purchase, N.Y., will start shipping beverage concentrate and new glass bottles to Iraq in the coming months. The food and beverage company also plans a major marketing campaign to reintroduce the company's flagship cola.

Science and Health

Britain Launches New Antidepressant-Suicide Probe
Reuters -- Britain's medicines' agency announced on Tuesday a new study to find out if people taking antidepressant drugs are at increased risk of suicide.

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