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Where did Osama Bin Laden hide the suitcase nukes in America?
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NORAD CONDUCTS TERROR DRILL
The military has never been forced to shoot down a domestic aircraft, but over colorado springs on thursday, f-16's practiced pulling the trigger. Norad scrambled them from buckley air force base near denver, in response to a suspicious plane.
Roanoke emergency officials participate in mock terror drill
Whether it's terrorism, riots, or any major disaster, local agencies will be the first to respond. That's why Roanoke city wants their disaster training to be as real as possible.
Las Vegas Terror Drill
Immunization drill to practice preparation for emergency
Multiple agencies collaborate in anti-terror training exercise
Homeland security sting
Terror drill tests local emergency readiness
Former DEA Agent: Mexican Commandos Killing In South West US To Protect Bush Drug Cartel
US shuts Mexican border consulate
On Thursday night, some 30 masked men attacked a house believed to be sheltering rival drug smugglers.
Border Police Chief Only Latest Casualty In Mexico Drug War
US renews Mexico travel warning as killings mount
The United States renewed a travel warning on Tuesday for U.S. citizens crossing the border into Mexico, noting more than 100 murders had occurred in the border region since June.
U.S. consulate reopens in violent Mexican border city
The U.S. consulate in this violence-wracked border city reopened Monday, a week after U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza ordered it closed, citing a wave of violence along the border.
U.S. agent accused of aiding illegals
A U.S. Border Patrol agent accused of being an illegal alien and smuggling other illegals into the United States faces a bail hearing today in federal court in San Diego.
Men who shot Border Patrol agents wore black military-style garb
There's new information about two Border Patrol agents who were wounded in the line of duty last Thursday. Both officers were shot in the leg and Eyewitness News 4 has learned that the assailants were wearing black military-style uniforms.
Illegal Alien Crime Wave in Full Swing
Mexican commandos seek control of border
U.S.-trained Mexican commandos are conducting a bloody war for control of the entire southern border in an effort to secure a monopoly on drug-smuggling and people-smuggling routes, according to law enforcement officials.
Mexican Drug Commandos
Federal agent killed in Brownsville gun battle
U.S. officials say Zetas (Mexican Commandos) have killed in Texas
Mexican special forces take control in border town
Residents of this besieged city awoke Monday to find their police force gone, replaced by Mexican special forces troops who took over this border community stung by drug violence.
US-trained Mexican commandos pose threat to authorities
US reopens Mexico border mission
Texas Becomes a Majority-Minority State
Texas has become the fourth state to have a non-white majority population, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday, a trend driven by a surging number of Hispanics moving to the state.
Minuteman co-founder to run for Congress?
Despite Illegal Status, Buyers Get Home Loans
Immigration and the Welfare State
70,000 Stranded at Heathrow Over Labor Spat
At least 70,000 travelers were left stranded Friday as British Airways canceled all flights to and from Heathrow Airport after catering staff, baggage handlers and other ground crew walked off the job in wildcat strikes at the height of the summer tourism season.
Blair's power to go to war comes under assault on two fronts
CENTURIES-OLD powers that allow the prime minister to take Britain to war without parliamentary consent will be challenged this autumn by an influential committee of peers.
Tributes pour in for MP Cook
Malaysia haze crisis worsens as air turns unhealthy
U.S. missions reopen in Saudi following threat
Britain Joins US In Lifting Nuke Sanctions On India
Britain has lifted nuclear sanctions on India, becoming the first country to respond positively to an India-U.S. civilian nuclear agreement signed last month.
Russian fleet arrives in China for wargames closely watched by US
Ships from the Russian Pacific Fleet arrived in the eastern Chinese port of Qingdao Friday for large-scale wargames with ally China that the United States is closing watching.
Gunning for peace in South Asia
Pakistan has test-fired its first cruise missile, which India believes cannot happen without the help of the Chinese.
Pakistan fires new cruise missile
Pakistan says it has fired its first cruise missile, describing the launch as a "milestone" in its history.
Ex-PM says Dutch let Pakistani nuclear scientist go at CIA's request
Russian Warships Heading to China for Joint Wargames
China and Russia flex their muscles as they join forces to play the war game
Police: 3 Men 'Suspiciously' Videotaping At Santa Monica Pier
It is now suspicious to film a tourist attraction. Good Lord, think of the political repreucussions of bombing the Santa Monica Pier. They must have been with Al Qaeda.
Gov.UK preps ID card contracts
The Government has set out the massive IT and support infrastructure it intends to source for the planned national identity system.
Deputy fires Taser at 14 yr old girl accused of having knife
An Orange County deputy stunned a 14-year-old with a Taser twice Thursday morning when, authorities said, the teen charged after her boyfriend with an 8-inch chopping knife at the gates of their school.
Chertoff: Privacy fears not justified
Leaked emails say Guantanamo trials rigged
The New American Security State
Falun Gong practitioners face torture with electric batons, says Communist defector
Federalized State Guard, National Guard and Police Train to Dominate American Citizens, Take Over Local Governments
Cindy Sheehan's Non-Blood Related Neo-Con Relative Side with Bush over Her and Her Dead Son
None of this matters. The war is wrong. Cindy Sheehan is Casey's mother, he grew in her uterus. We guarantee you that she's in greater pain than the more distant members of her family.
Bush: I sympathize, but we can't pull out
As a roadside anti-war vigil initiated by a California woman who lost a son in Iraq continued near his ranch yesterday, President Bush said that he sympathizes with her loss but that agreeing to her demand to immediately withdraw troops "would be a mistake for the security of this country."
Bush ducks mother of dead soldier
There was no sign Mr. Bush intends to meet Ms. Sheehan. In fact, there were reports he is travelling solely by helicopter when he leaves the ranch in an effort to avoid racing past the protester in a limousine.
Cindy Sheehan "changed her story on Bush"? Tracking a lie through the conservative media
Military families to join Crawford protest
Authorities Getting Ready To Throw Anti-War Protestors From Bush Ranch For Trespassing
FDNY releasing Sept. 11 papers, recordings
New York's highest court ruled in March that the city had to release the materials but could excise potentially painful or embarrassing portions.
Atta may have been identified as threat a year before Sept. 11
Whilst the media gets in a flap about this "revelation" we would suggest they investigate why it has been reported that ATTA IS STILL ALIVE, and why HE WAS WIRED $100, 0000 days before 9/11 by the head of Pakistani Inteligence who happened to be having breakfast on 9/11 with Senator Bob Graham and Rep. Porter Goss, the chairmen of the Senate and House Intelligence committees.
Washington lobbyist Abramoff, associate indicted in Florida
A trail of intrigue that has followed an ill-fated gambling boat deal, including a Mafia-style hit and lawsuits over alleged financial irregularities, has now ensnared a man House Majority Leader Tom DeLay once called one of his "dearest friends."
9/11 panel omitted Atta reference
The Sept. 11 commission knew military intelligence officials had identified lead hijacker Mohamed Atta as a member of al-Qaida who might be part of U.S.-based terror cell more than a year before the terror attacks but decided not to include that in its final report, a spokesman acknowledged Thursday.
A federal whistleblower close to the Chicago federal grand jury probe into perjury and obstruction charges against President Bush and others said indictments of top officials were handed down this week.
Army poised to miss 2005 recruiting goal
Oklahoma man held before boarding plane with bomb
Congressman: Defense Knew 9/11 Hijackers
Four in 9/11 Plot Are Called Tied to Qaeda in '00
Four Star Army General Fired For Alleged Sexual Misconduct
Critics Slam Net Wiretapping Rule
An FCC ruling that internet telephony services must provide the same built-in wiretapping capabilities as conventional phone companies has civil libertarians feeling burned.
Speed cameras nab 30,000 drivers
Authorities had collected more than $1 million in fines as of Aug. 2. Peek Traffic, a Florida-based company that administers the program, got $782,227; the city got $241,320.
Ofcom gives RFID a licence-free hand
Ofcom plans to allocate spectrum for use by RFID (radio frequency ID) technology - and exempt it from licensing restrictions.
CCTV video mixes maps and images
Smart software is taking CCTV into the domain of 3D gaming by combining graphics, map data, and different camera views in one composite image.
Homeland Insecurity: Big Brother Is Watching You
Technology...a blessing and a curse
Traffic cameras new eyes for police
Delhi to RFID chip cows
Oil-for-food inquiry claims Sevan took $150,000 in payments
Benon Sevan, former head of the United Nations' Iraqi oil-for-food programme, took almost $150,000 in illicit oil-related cash payments in concert with two Egyptian businessmen, the UN's independent inquiry alleged yesterday.
Ex-U.N. Program Director May Face Charges
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Cherie for MP, says Clinton
Audit: Iraq fraud drained $1 billion
Iraqi investigators have uncovered widespread fraud and waste in more than $1 billion worth of weapons deals arranged by middlemen who reneged or took huge kickbacks on contracts to arm Iraq's fledgling military, according to a confidential report and interviews with U.S. and Iraqi officials.
Saddam may face speedy execution
Saddam Hussein could be executed after his first trial if convicted and sentenced to death for his alleged role in a 1982 Shiite massacre, even though he faces other charges, an official close to the proceedings said yesterday.
Early Pullout Unlikely In Iraq
Iraq's leaders and military will be unable to lead the fight against insurgents until next summer at the earliest, a top U.S. military official said
Officials See Risk in the Release of Images of Iraq Prisoner Abuse
Senior Pentagon officials have opposed the release of photographs and videotapes of the abuse of detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, arguing that they would incite public opinion in the Muslim world and put the lives of American soldiers and officials at risk, according to documents unsealed in federal court in New York.
Death toll among part-time troops in Iraq soared in early August
The National Guard and Reserve suffered more combat deaths in Iraq during the first 10 days of August — at least 32, according to a Pentagon count — than in any full month of the entire war.
Pentagon Expects to Send More Iraq Troops
SADDAM'S FAMILY SACKS LAWYERS
The Neocons' Childish Theory
CAFTA will destroy the American middle class
Well, if you thought the middle class was shrinking after the first wave of exporting jobs, then you haven't seen anything yet. The Central American Free Trade Agreement is built, initially, for the U.S. to eliminate trade barriers with Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Globalist financial policies pushing America and the world into depression
CAFTA: Widespread Harm to Workers in the US, Central America
Mass. bill would limit public domain
Massachusetts legislators are considering a bill that would limit the power of the local governments take private property.
Cartoon: Eminent Domination
Supreme Court delivers blow to property rights; ruling in Conn. case has Toledo implication
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Ten in court over failed bomb attacks
Ten people will appear in court today charged in connection with the failed July 21 attacks in London.
Britain bars Muslim cleric
Britain's Home Office on Friday barred Muslim cleric Omar Bakri from returning to the country after his arrest in Lebanon.
'Threats to UK security' detained
Freed biochemist says he knew suicide bombers
An Egyptian biochemist who was held for 25 days in Cairo on suspicion of involvement in the first London suicide bomb attacks revealed details of his relationship with two of the bombers yesterday as he was released from custody.
City terror attack 'inevitable'
It is only a matter of time before London's financial centre is attacked by terrorists, police believe.
Orwellian Doublethink In London
After the bombings, some Londoners try to psychologically justify living in tyranny.
ALEX JONES LONDON FACT-FINDING MISSION PHOTO GALLERY
Officials Warn of Possibility of Attack Around Sept. 11
A group of F.B.I. counterterrorism analysts warned this week of possible terrorist attacks in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago around Sept. 11, but officials cautioned on Thursday that they were skeptical about the seriousness of the threat.
Package From 'Bin Laden' On Orlando Bus Investigated
Bomb experts were called to a Lynx public bus in Orlando, Fla., Wednesday after a suspicious package addressed from Osama bin Laden was discovered by a rider, according to police.
'Australian accent' heard in militant broadcast
They're trying to spin this as just being an Australian jihadist when the more likely explanation is that it's another 'in-house' produced video to bolster war propaganda.
Militant video seems authentic: Downer
Foreign Minister Alexander Downer says a video aired on Arab television, showing a masked militant with an apparent Australian accent, appears to be authentic.
Potential ‘lone wolf’ attackers concern police
“One of the department’s ongoing concerns is the emergence of ‘lone wolves,”’ said Paul Browne, the New York Police Department’s chief spokesman.
Watch for women and child bombers, says Met
Scotland Yard 'Not Interested' In Talking To 7/7 Bomb Mastermind
Scotland Yard police headquarters said on 7 August that detectives were not interested in speaking to Aswat about the London attacks.
7/7 Bombings Final Word: Her Majesty's Terrorist Network
Saudis warned UK of London attacks
Bombing Mastermind Aswat Works for MI-6
Zambia Deports Terror Suspect to Britain
Zambia deported on Sunday a Briton who has been questioned in connection with the July 7 London transit bombings and is suspected of links to al-Qaida, a senior Zambian official said.
Three remanded over failed London bombings
N.Y. - D.C. Trains Boost Security
In the latest in a series of security measures taken since the London bombing cases, the New York Police Department has teamed with other East Coast forces to beef up protection of passenger trains traveling between New York and Washington.
Hundreds more armed police to join London's terror fight
As many as 400 more armed police could be patrolling London after last month's massive anti-terror operations in the capital raised fears the police were being over-stretched.
(Global) Police agree on shoot-to-kill rules
Police group oks shooting suicide bombers in head
Arrests at Parliament protest ban
ATTACK ON LONDON:
7/7 Mock Terror Drill: What Relationship to the Real Time Terror Attacks?
A fictional "scenario" of multiple bomb attacks on London's underground took place at exactly the same time as the bomb attack on July 7, 2005.
Probability of 7/7 Drill and Attack Coinciding
One chance in 3,715,592,613, 265,750, 000,000,000,000,
London Underground Exercises: Peter Power Responds
New Developments In London Underground Exercise Story
How the Government Staged the London Bombings in Ten Easy Steps
Meteor 'Outburst' Expected Friday Morning
For as long as records exist, the Perseid meteor showers have always been strong. This summer's Perseid shower will be exceptional. The moon is mostly out of the way later in the night, and higher-than-normal activity rates are expected over the United States.
Monsanto files patent for new invention: the pig
It's official. Monsanto Corporation is out to own the world's food supply, the dangers of genetic engineering and reduced biodiversity notwithstanding, as they pig-headedly set about hog-tying farmers with their monopoly plans.
Stealing your neighbor's Net
Genetic Contamination Spreads in 'GM-Free' Australia
A credible plan to take down the Internet
Israeli hawks circle Iran's N-plants
Ever since its 1979 Islamic revolution the only fate Iran has had in mind for Israel has been simple: its destruction. Now that Teheran seems to be moving towards acquiring its own nuclear arsenal, its plans for its great enemy threaten to be both fiery and radioactive.
China opposes taking Iran to UNSC for oil deals
China's opposition to taking the Iranian nuclear crisis to the UN Security Council is largely driven by their long-term oil relationship, sparked in part by the US occupation of Iraq, analysts say.
US presses UN action against Iran
Bush: Iranian leader likely to get U.S. visa
US mulls visa for Iran's hardline President
Halliburton secretly doing business with key member of Iran's nuclear team
U.S. Economy: Trade Deficit Swelled to $58.8 Billion in June
Americans imported record amounts of crude oil and Chinese-made goods in June as the U.S. economy began to accelerate, propelling the nation's trade deficit to a wider- than-expected $58.8 billion.
Poll: Many Fear Financial Hit of Gas Prices
With gas prices soaring, almost two-thirds of those surveyed for an AP-AOL poll expect fuel costs will cause them financial hardship in coming months. That was sharply higher than in April, when about half felt that way.
Oil charges to $66 on capacity worries
Oil prices raced to record highs above $66 a barrel on Friday as investors fretted over the world's strained capacity to refine and pump crude oil.
Terror fears drive oil prices to new high
Forecast: $70 per barrel
UK petrol prices hit new record
Awake After 20 Years, Sarah Speaks
In a two-part series that starts today, The Early Show national correspondent Tracy Smith tells the story of Sarah Scantlin, a woman who woke up from her coma-like state after 20 years.
Hundreds of Fetutses, Stillborn Babies Discovered In Paris Hospital
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