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Mistreatment of Prisoners Is Called Routine in U.S.
Physical and sexual abuse of prisoners, similar to what has been uncovered in Iraq, takes place in American prisons with little public knowledge or concern, according to corrections officials, inmates and human rights advocates.
UK forces taught torture methods
CIA passed on prisoners 'for torture'
U.S. used gay sex to humiliate Iraqis, reports say
Pentagon OK'd Harsh Prison Techniques at Guantanamo
Iraqi female detainees filmed naked: US secret report
Charged US soldier blames military intelligence for abuses, ‘asked' to make prison like hell.
British soldiers accused of beating Basra man to death
U.S. ignored torture allegations
Iraqi inmate: 'Treated like dogs'
TV Cameras Banned From Iraq Court-Martial
Now the desperate damage control
sick, sick, sick:
Are there times when we have to accept torture?
Soldier ordered court-martialed only following orders
Government 'told of abuse last May'
ChoicePoint chief envisions brave new world
In Smith's view, if we did more to examine each other's digital footprints addresses, employment records, credit data, lawsuits, criminal files, professional licenses, vehicle registrations the world would be safer.
Tracking Kids Electronically
NPR's Sott Simon talks to Andris Berzins, whose company Bluesoft Inc. has developed a device that allows you to keep track of your children electronically
No cash? No cards? No problem
Using fingerprint recognition technology, Pay By Touch works toward "eliminating the need to carry cards, checks or cash." With just a finger scan, customers are linked to their financial accounts. All they have to do is select which card or account to pay from.
Scanner set to lay bare the secrets of air travellers
Gas Prices Make Biggest Jump Since August
9-11 AND THE SMOKING GUN
Sexual Predator Will Be Released in Vacaville
NKorea says Japan on verge of having nuclear weapons
Nuclear peril remains after Cold War's end
SKULL AND BONES UPDATE
Suit Charges U.S. Marshals With Violating Gannett, AP Reporters' Rights in Scalia Case
Ithaca police to begin using Tasers
The Tasers Ithaca officers will soon be using discharge a cartridge that shoots out two prongs.
The prongs penetrate the suspects clothing and skin from up to twenty-one feet away.
Chirac, Blair agree to work together in UN on Iraq
U.S. Presses U.N. on Role in Iraq for Politicians
U.N. to Keep Control of Iraq Oil-For-Food Papers
Amnesty slams UN troops in Kosovo
UN/NATO Sex Slave Rings Update
UK government backs oral sex lessons for schoolchildren
Putin's `strong leadership' is a soft dictatorship
Putin to start second term with Kremlin pomp
QUIETLY, U.S. PREPARES FOR ISRAEL STRIKE ON IRAN
Chechen president killed by bomb
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY NEWS
Virtual skin looking even better
Tiny robot walker made from DNA