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Seven-state info store a potent repository of personal data
federally funded crime database run by seven states, including Ohio, is looking increasingly to privacy advocates like a potent substitute for the data.m.ining program the Pentagon scrapped after public rebuke.
Flashback: Concerns about citizen privacy grow as states create 'Matrix' database
Flashback: Police database called intrusive by rights group
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In a stunning and belated development concerning the attacks of 9/11 Larry Silverstein, the controller of the destroyed WTC complex, stated plainly in a PBS documentary that he and the FDNY decided jointly to demolish the Solomon Bros. building, or WTC 7, late in the afternoon of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001.
Block your ears to hear better on Japan's new bone phone
If the user holds the handset to the top of the head, the back of the head, cheekbone or jaw and plugs his or her left ear, the call will be heard internally on the left side.
Lie-detector glasses offer peek at future of security
" A U.S. company using technology developed in Israel is pitching a lie detector small enough to fit in the eyeglasses of law enforcement officers
Japanese toy maker's dream machine
A Japanese toy company Takara says it's developed a gadget Dream Workshop that will enable people to control their dreams.
U-M researchers: Burning fossil fuels has a measurable cooling effect on the climate
IRAQ AFTERMATH/WAR ON TERROR HEADLINES
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WORLD NEWS HEADLINES
Britain's most senior police officer will reportedly personally ask Prince Charles if he plotted to kill Diana, Princess of Wales.
Great News for Criminals: Socialist Brazil Bans Handguns
Coroner could hold new Kelly inquest
KELLY: 45 MIN WMD CLAIM WRONG
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US War on Terror May Spread to Syria, Report Says
A senior Defense Department official tells us one of the alarming after-action intelligence reports that reached the Pentagon is that the communist government of Cuba shared intelligence on the United States with Saddam Hussein's regime.
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Nation's Mayors want more police state funds
The nation's mayors called Thursday for more federal funding to improve homeland security, saying their own budget shortfalls don't allow them to spend all that's needed.
Canada Leader Speaks Out on Police Search
Canada's prime minister spoke out Thursday on a police search of a reporter's home and office, saying press freedom must be protected but it was also important to track the source of a leak of government information
US NEWS HEADLINES
Guard survey hints at exodus
Just as the Pentagon is increasingly relying on the National Guard and other part-time troops for duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, an internal Guard survey suggests that the demanding deployments could prompt a significant number of its soldiers to quit the military.
TV show depicts teen 'gay' romance
Application filed to build 745-mile, $6.3 billion natural gas pipeline in Alaska
Grand Jury Hears Plame Case
Testimony begins in front of a grand jury in the investigation into whether the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame was improperly leaked to the press
Bush's push for illegals creating anxious nation
Some in therapy threatening to leave U.S., want to send president bill for counseling