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IRAQ AFTERMATH/WAR ON TERROR HEADLINES
Reason for War?
White House Officials Say Privately the Sept. 11 Attacks Changed Everything
Bush Sought ‘Way' To Invade Iraq
At cabinet meetings, he says the president was "like a blind man in a roomful of deaf people. There is no discernible connection," forcing top officials to act "on little more than hunches about what the president might think."
FLASHBACK: Leaked News Network Memo: Staged discovery of WMD will follow Saddam arrest
INSPECTOR O'NEILL: THERE WAS NO EVIDENCE OF WMD
Terror war 'could last 50 years'
Troops find 'chemical weapons' in Iraq
of mortar rounds containing chemical weapons have been found buried under a road in southern Iraq, it was revealed last night.
Impatient Iraqis Throw Stones at British
Iraq Cleric Warns of More Violence if Poll Not Held
Russian official denies US claims of Moscow arms sales to Iraq
Thousands of recruits desert Afghan army
Terror war 'could last 50 years'
The war on terror could last up to 50 years, a senior UK intelligence officer has warned.
Bomb threat forces US jet landing
American Eagle's flight 4959 from LaGuardia Airport was diverted after a passenger passed a note to a flight attendant saying there was a bomb on the plane
Big Brother Britain, 2004
Four million CCTV cameras watch public. UK has the highest level of surveillance
In-class camera plan billed as teacher aid raises privacy fears
Will Big Brother take a seat in the classroom of a new middle school?
Grocery Manufacturers of America Issues Apology to RFID Privacy Activist
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Justices Refuse to Review Case on Secrecy and 9/11 Detentions
The Supreme Court refused Monday to consider whether the government properly withheld names and other details about hundreds of foreigners detained in the weeks and months after the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
U.S. to Push Airlines for Passenger Records
Despite stiff resistance from airlines and privacy advocates, the U.S. government plans to push ahead this year with a vast computerized system to probe the backgrounds of all passengers boarding flights in the United States.
Report: All Air Fliers To Be Assigned Threat Ranking
As early as next month, the government could order airlines and airline ticket bookers to hand over all their passenger records.
Amendment to Civil Contengencies Bill Would Detain UK Citizens Without Trial
WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
Ex-aide: Blair lied Iraq had weapons
Vaccine link to Gulf War syndrome
Gulf War syndrome was probably caused by vaccines administered to soldiers before their departure to the region, according to a medical report whose findings are published in today's edition of The Times newspaper
Israeli cabbie accused of transporting Palestinian Suicide bomber
DIANA IN FEAR OVER '95 CRASH
A friend of Princess Diana has told how she had a car crash two years before she died which she blamed on sabotage.
Chilean elites caught in child porn ring
According to media reports here, Police detained Spiniak after receiving repeated reports of violent and abusive behavior at the parties he organized at various homes in and around Santiago, "orgies" said to involve the entrepreneur, his friends, and young men and women.
Professor Lives Life As a Cyborg
tiny video camera is affixed to the plastic eyepiece. Multicolored wires wrap around the back of Mann's head. Red and white lights blink under his sweater.
US NEWS HEADLINES
Another Microbiologist Killed Houston Hit-And-Run
Reward Offered In Hit-And-Run Chemist Was Killed In Medical Center
Circuit judge turns down Bush request for Schiavo advocate
Many U.S. soldiers are being treated with a malaria drug that can cause psychotic episodes
Appeals court rules fetuses can't have guardians
SF Chronicle Lists " Waco, The Rules of Engagement" in its Highlight Films of the Century List
Border council calls Bush plan 'slap in the face'
The agents are told in a letter from Vice President John Frecker that the proposal offered last week during a White House press conference "implies that the country really wasn´t serious about" immigration enforcement in the first place.
Today is Don't Shop Day
Immigrants blamed for crime
One ad began airing on television and radio stations in the Phoenix market on Monday and will continue through the month. It cites an increase in homicide and home invasion rates and states, "Police say it's caused by illegal immigration."