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UK EU Referendum to be shelved
Jack Straw is today preparing to pull the plug on Britain's referendum on the EU constitution. The move, which follows "no" votes by the French and Dutch, is a further sign the controversial treaty is in its death throes.
EU Backing off on Demand for Global Liability Rules for GMOs
The hopes of a strict global liability regime for regulating trade and transboundary movements of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have receded. The European Union, an ardent advocate of the proposed regime, has moderated its stance and has said it is now not in favour of an "international legally-binding instrument."
EU leaders set for crisis talks
The German chancellor is flying to Luxembourg for emergency talks on the future of the European Union.
FREEVIEW VIDEO: Alex Jones' Analysis of Starwars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
As a companion to his in-depth article, Infowars presents a spoof on Starwars featuring Darth Vadar and the Emporer. This is dark satire at its most bizarre.
The Netherlands Votes NO To European Superstate
The "No" That's Shaking Europe
Wolfowitz takes World Bank helm
Euro sinks further after ‘break up’ talk
The under-fire euro fell further on Wednesday, slumping to an eight-month low against the US dollar amid rumblings over the long-term future of the eurozone.
U.S. ISM Factory Index Falls to 51.4 in May From 53.3
Crude Prices Climb Past $52 Mark
N.Korea calls Cheney a 'bloodthirsty beast'
North Korea called Vice President Dick Cheney a "bloodthirsty beast" on Thursday, in response to Cheney saying the North's leader Kim Jong-il was irresponsible and ran a police state.
Galloway Wary Of Staged Terror Attack As Pretext For Iran Invasion
Rice Says Nuclear Material Headed to Iran Intercepted
Israeli planner says don’t rule out Osiraq-like strike on Iran
Fear of US Attack Forces N. Korea to Develop Nuclear Program
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$5,000? Put It On My Cell
DoCoMo's next big move: Phones that double as credit cards
Levi Strauss Tries on RFID for Size
Levi Strauss & Co. has launched an item-level radio frequency identification (RFID) pilot at one of its retail stores in Mexico. Thirty days into the test, the company has already improved its in-stocks at the pilot store.
School kids fingerprinted in Ireland
A school in South Dublin is fingerprinting its kids and using a biometric fingerprint recognition system to make sure the children don’t skip class.
Government seeks more access to consumer data
As Congress debates renewal of the USA PATRIOT Act and whether to expand the FBI's power to seek records without the approval of a judge or grand jury, the Bush administration has asked the 2nd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in New York to restore its ability to compel Internet service providers to turn over information about their customers or subscribers.
Smile Straphangers! You're On High-Tech Digital Cameras
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has installed 120 high-tech digital cameras in nine subway stations along the N, D, and F lines as a deterrent against crime and terrorism.
LA police use cameras to catch pirated DVD sellers
NY police consider putting up surveillance cameras
Under surveillance in the house of the future
RFID poses serious privacy risk, says report
Seeing both sides to the chip with everything
He beat his girlfriend to death with a hammer and now he will walk free
A man was convicted of manslaughter for beating his girlfriend to death with a hammer in 1982, but he will walk free because the law in effect then included a five-year statute of limitations.
Violence against Border Patrol increases
U.S. Border Patrol agents find themselves on defense against an onslaught of illegal alien traffic in the Tucson area with assaults on officers up 50 percent over last year.
7-year-old suspected of beating infant sister to death
A 7-year-old boy beat his baby half-sister to death with his fists, feet and a two-by-four because he was jealous of the attention the girl was receiving and because she would not stop crying, police said yesterday.
Patriot Plan 3
The State Legislature is close to approving a bill extending benefits to the families of soldiers killed while on active duty.
Biopharm Crop Ban Heads for Vote in Oregon Senate
The anti-"biopharm" bill under consideration in the Oregon Legislature that seeks to prohibit farmers and researchers from growing a range of genetically modified crops drifted to the Senate floor this week.
Schwarzenegger unveils plan to combat global warming, greenhouse gas
The former action star used the UN World Environment Day conference, attended by mayors from the world's most populous cities, to announce the plan that comes despite Washington's refusal to ratify the Kyoto Protocol on the environment.
Mainstream Media Help Play Down Downing Street Memo
"It's a little late," he said of the memo story, adding that people are resigned to the fact that the United States is in Iraq for the long term, regardless of what events led to the war. "We're kind of stuck."
Bush picks Cox to head SEC
President Bush on Thursday named Rep. Christopher Cox -- a champion of curbing investor lawsuits -- as the White House's choice to head the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, prompting academics to predict a major shift in the market-regulating agency's focus.
Associated Press Covers the Organic Body Care Controversy
If you want a lotion, soap or lip balm free of chemicals and synthetics, you'd better read the fine print. The Agriculture Department is taking its round, green "USDA Organic" label off personal care products and cosmetics.
Pentagon delays release of May recruiting data
The Pentagon on Wednesday postponed by more than a week the release of military recruiting figures for May, as the Army and Marine Corps struggle to attract new troops amid the Iraq war.
Bush event organizers OK with porn star's attendance
Rice to reporter: Which [memo] is that? Andrea, which one is that? Oh, that one
Kristol claimed "the country's evenly divided" on Bush foreign policy, but polls indicate otherwise
Crew Destroys Road For Fake Schwarzenegger Staged Event
Has Deep Throat finally been revealed?
Neighbors Saw Anger in Girl, 9, Accused in Killing
Death Toll at 825 Since New Government
At least 825 people, including U.S. forces, have been killed since the new Shiite-led government was announced April 28
U.S. death toll in Iraq surges amid rebel violence
The death toll for American troops in Iraq rose in May to the highest level since January, with the U.S. military saying on Tuesday insurgents have doubled their number of daily attacks since April.
Iraq War: Drafting the dead
Bush insists on clinging to the thoroughly discredited notion that there was any connection between the old Iraqi regime -- no matter how lawless and brutal -- and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Search for Al-Zarqawi Highlights Problems
A reminder of duplicity in Iraq war
“Things are getting worse by the day.”
Saddam trial 'within two months'
The Open Embrace of Torture
As Amnesty International notes in its recently released report for 2005, Australian governments have a lot to answer for in the area of basic human rights.
Officer Claims He is Badge #666
Police in Ottawa are investigating the claim of an 18-year-old motorist that he was stopped by an officer just because he's black, and that the officer hit him.
Rumsfeld defends handling of detainees
Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld yesterday defended the military's handling of detained terrorism suspects while acknowledging that some have been mistreated, ''sometimes grievously."
Bush says Amnesty's criticism is 'absurd'
Fears over CIA 'university spies'
A CIA scheme to sponsor trainee spies secretly through US university courses has caused anger among UK academics. The Pat Roberts Intelligence Scholars Program pays anthropology students, whose names are not disclosed, up to $50,000 (£27,500) a year.
Woman claims excessive force in Taser use
Police car video of a traffic stop late one night in November of 2003 shows two officers questioning a suspected drunk driver at a gas station at 116th Street and Brooks School Road. Minutes later, Hamilton County Sheriff Deputy Greg Lockhart made a declaration as the woman reached into her car for her cell phone. "It's Taser time."
After 30 Years, Draft Fears Rise
Rarely in the more than 30 years since the draft was abolished has the Selective Service triggered such angst. Two years into the Iraq war, concern that the draft will be reinstated to supplement an overextended military persists -- no matter how often, or emphatically, President Bush and members of Congress say it won't.
Police review Taser use on student
According to a report by Palm Bay Sgt. Ken Arnold, police used a Taser 46 times in 2004, compared with 44 the previous year. In 2004, 20 people were injured as a result of being stunned, compared with 12 injuries in 2003.
Kuwaiti accuses U.S. of torture
Kuwait's first Guantanamo returnee, who was wounded during the U.S.-led war on the former Taliban regime in Afghanistan, claimed Wednesday he was subjected to psychological torture at the U.S. detention camp in Cuba.
10-year-old forced to lick teacher's toes
US forces issue hi-tech ID cards for insurgent suspects
LA Law Enforcement Wants "Registration" Of Political Dissidents
Gitmo Detainees Say They Were Sold
Sheriff says he's inclined to return Tasers to schools
A Cover-Up as Shameful as Tillman's Death
Daytime curfew should be curtailed
Friends describe terror suspect as well-known New York musician
FEC treads into sticky web of political blogs
Italy minister says should study leaving euro
Israel troops admit "eye for eye" killings
This is exactly what the Nazi's did in WWII. If one of their soldiers was killed by a sniper, they would randomly kill someone to avenge his death.
Royal News Ex MI5 Spy Accuses Service Of Princess Diana Death
Royal News: A former MI5 employee has claimed the British secret services only planned to injure Princess Diana in the car crash that killed her.
Biological Scare Closes Indon Embassy in Australia
A suspicious package containing a "biological agent" was delivered to Indonesia's embassy in Canberra.
Bush Once Again Cites 'Genocide' in Darfur
Breaking nearly six months of silence on the issue, U.S. President George W. Bush reaffirmed Wednesday his belief that "genocide" is taking place in Darfur, Sudan, but gave no indication that his administration is prepared to pursue aggressive efforts to stop it.
Israel Releases Nearly 400 Palestinian Prisoners
Israel is releasing nearly 400 Palestinian prisoners, just three weeks before a scheduled summit between Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President Mahmoud Abbas.
Bush meets prominent opponent of Venezuela's Chavez
Afghanistan Mosque Bombing Kills Kabul Police Chief, 16 Others
Afghanistan Harvests Another Bumper Opium Crop
Blood scandal: Canadian Red Cross fined
New Report Highlights Risks of Genetic Pollution from GMOs
Tougher measures are needed to prevent contamination of conventional food by genetically modified organisms (GMO), a new report from Friends of the Earth International concludes today.  The report was distributed by campaigners in decontamination suits in Montreal at the start of key international negotiations on the trade in genetically modified crops.
Scientists Experiment With 'Trust' Hormone
Trust in a bottle? It sounds like a marketer's fantasy, like the fabled fountain of youth or the wild claims of fad diets. Yet that's what Swiss and American scientists demonstrate in new experiments with a nasal spray containing the hormone oxytocin.
Bird flu: we're all going to die
From John Wyndham's book The Day of The Triffids through The Omega Man to the recent film 28 Days Later, the trope of the man arising from his hospital bed to find that nothing is as it was has become well-worn. That's fine - as long as it remains just a story. But if - when - a flu pandemic comes, and millions of people die around the world over a period of months, the reality will be one of two alternatives.
Study links pain relievers and breast cancer
Obesity must be treated as disease - Expert
Funding for Moon, Mars Projects Promised
Toyota aims to sell service robots by 2010
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