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9-11: Rise of the Police State
Featuring Interviews with:
Clinton Advisor David Gergen,
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Clinton To Stay At Bush Senior's Kennebunkport Home
What started when President Bush put the two foes on the tsunami relief parade has some GOP-ers worried that the old man and wife Barbara have fallen for Bubba.
Rice wins G-8 support to isolate Syria
The U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice won support from the Group of Eight foreign ministers over Syria, as Washington stepped up its efforts to isolate Damascus on the international level.
Mideast tops G8 agenda
G8 'still sells arms to regimes'
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.
Anatomy of a Coverup
On May 1 the London _Sunday Times_ published leaked minutes -- the Downing Street Memo -- of a high-level British cabinet meeting held on 23 July 2002 that discussed contingencies, political and military, for invading Iraq.
Hagel: US 'Losing' Iraq War
In demoralizing comments that have drawn surprisingly little fire from his fellow Republicans, Sen. Chuck Hagel is claiming that the U.S. is actually losing the war in Iraq.
Guantanamo Contract With Halliburton Made During Cheney's Tenure; Spawned Secret Detention Camps Worldwide
"Secret" Air Base for Iraq War started prior 9-11
Over 30 dead in Baghdad bombs after Brussels talks
Saudi Terror Suspect Said Killed in Iraq
Japanese robot guards to patrol shops and offices
Perfect - when they're fully armed and an unfortunate 'accident' happens - there'll be no one to take responsibility and no one will go to jail. What are they going to do, put the robot on trial?
Pandemic could kill half million in U.S. - report
Half a million Americans could die and more than 2 million could end up in the hospital with serious complications if an even moderately severe strain of a pandemic flu hits, a report predicted on Friday.
FDA to declare safe meat and milk from clone animals
New Data Confirms Strong Earthquake Risk to Central U.S.
Photo in the News: Ultra-Lifelike Robot Debuts in Japan
Bush immigration plan now linked with increased border security
The White House is placing new emphasis on border enforcement to improve the prospects for President Bush's plan to provide temporary guest worker status to illegal immigrants.
ACLU man joins Minutemen, local chapter gets suspended
The American Civil Liberties Union may fight for those holding unpopular beliefs and taking controversial stands, but the ACLU of New Mexico suspended an entire chapter of the organization because a member of the board of directors is leading the state's Minuteman group.
Illegal immigrants worked at nuclear weapons facility
Schiavo Burial Provokes New Fight
The burial of Terri Schiavo's cremated remains didn't bring an end to the acrimony between her husband and her family.
Stem Cell Solution Introduced for Infertility
British scientists have reportedly succeeded in generating sperm and ovarian cells from stem cells. With this, embryonic stem cells could develop into the earliest stages of eggs and sperm.
Aborted-fetus shots used to stop aging
Human embryonic stem cells have the potential to develop into eggs and sperm in the laboratory
Tiny tags on goods could track shoppers
Concerns about potential abuse of personal information have led Canada's privacy watchdog to launch a study of tiny tracking tags turning up in everything from clothing to key chains.
Survey Reveals Begrudging Support of Government Surveillance
New survey by Boston University graduate students suggests that Americans are willing to accept government surveillance but don’t trust it will always be used appropriately.
Pentagon creating student database
Smile! You're on Communist camera
Forget Credit Cards Or Checks: Pay With Your Fingerprint
They're the first in Missouri to have it. A convenience store in Arnold has a new way for customers to pay by scanning their fingerprints. With this new system, customers won't need to carry a check, debit card or even cash. All they need is their finger and a code.
Black Market in Stolen Credit Card Data Thrives on Internet
It is not clear whether any data stolen from CardSystems Solutions, the payment processor reported on Friday to have exposed 40 million credit card accounts to possible theft, has entered this black market. But law enforcement officials and security experts say it is a safe bet that the data will eventually be peddled at sites like iaaca.com - its very name a swaggering shorthand for International Association for the Advancement of Criminal Activity.
Cell Phones Now Playing Role of Wallet
Already a device of multiple disguises, from camera to music player and mini-TV, the cell phone's next trick may be the disappearing wallet.
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Congress Mulls Support For Saddam's Terrorist Mujahadeen
Congress has been examining the prospect of granting U.S. support to an Iranian opposition group on the State Department's terrorist list.
Iran says it will enrich uranium, whatever the election result
Iran will eventually resume its controversial uranium enrichment activities regardless of the result of the Islamic republic's presidential election, the foreign ministry insisted Friday.
N. Korean Leader Sent Letter to Bush in 2002
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il sent a letter to U.S. President George W. Bush in late 2002 urging him to make a ``bold decision’’ to avert the then-emerging nuclear standoff, but Washington ignored the gesture, a North Korea expert has revealed.
Koreas Agree to Resolve Nuclear Standoff
North Korea says US must scrap nuclear weapons first
Details of Britons’ bank accounts sold
Police began an investigation yesterday into the sale of thousands of British bank account details from call centres in India. Police revealed that they were investigating claims some IT workers in India were offering confidential information for £3 (about Dh20) per account.
Japanese nuclear data leaked on Net after virus attack
Confidential data for several Japanese nuclear plants was leaked on to the internet when a worker's computer loaded with file-swapping software was attacked by a virus, a company said yesterday.
BBC to Time-Delay Live Sensitive News
This would give them the perfect opportunity to edit out information and events that they don't want the viewer to see. In 1984 the Ministry of Truth changed events AFTER they had happened. Now they'll be changed BEFORE we even have a chance to see them.
Ecuador Refuses to Sign Immunity Pact for U.S. Forces
Ecuador will not sign an agreement with the United States granting U.S. military personnel special immunity from the International Criminal Court, even if refusing to do so means aid cuts from Washington, the foreign minister said Thursday.
IBM shifts 14,000 jobs to India
AN internal IBM document suggests that the firm will hire 14,000 workers in India this year, a number that's so close to the 13,000 people it will lay off in Europe and the US that sheer coincidence seems unlikely, even to the far from cynical.
Georgian TV Says Russian Soldier Held Over Grenade Attack on Bush
Georgian authorities may accuse a Russian military servicemen of throwing a hand grenade at U.S. President George W. Bush during his visit to Tbilisi on May 10.
Russia's population falling fast
Russia's population decline is accelerating, according to the country's official statistics agency. According to their calculations, the decline is equivalent to 100 people dying in Russia every hour.
Italy seeks 'CIA kidnap agents'
The suspects are accused of abducting an Islamic cleric in Milan in 2003 and flying him to Egypt for interrogation.
Iran: Russian N-fuel for atomic plant due in months
China oil firm in Unocal bid war
Iran far from nuclear bomb-making capacity: ex-UN weapons chief Blix
Spain's govt 'twisted' bombings for gains - report
Zimbabwe: 'The beginning of the end'
Israel Indymedia Closes
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Supreme Court Rules That No One Owns Their Home
The Supreme Court ruled today that local governments may seize people's homes and businesses — even against their will — for private economic development.
Some Homeowners Vow To Stay Despite Ruling Against Them
“I'm not going anywhere. I'm here,” said William von Winkle, who owns three buildings on what remains of Smith Street. “I'm going to fight until they give up... It's simple as that.”
The Day America Died
America as a free nation died Thursday. Death came without mercy at the hands of the United States Supreme Court which ruled, in a split 5-4 decision, that a city has the right to steal an American citizen’s property without due course and turn it over to private developers.
Lou Dobbs CNN Poll Shows 99% Against Supreme Court Decision
High court's property decision stirs anger
Connecticut Property Case Could Affect Glens Falls, N.Y.
Cheney hints at Club Gitmo and living in the tropics
Defending the treatment of prisoners at the U.S. jail in Guantanamo Bay, Vice President Dick Cheney said they are well treated, well fed and "living in the tropics."
Guantanamo doctors aided interrogators, paper reports
Military doctors at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have aided interrogators in conducting and refining coercive interrogations of detainees, including providing advice on how to exploit fears, according to new, detailed accounts given by former interrogators.
Pentagon sued by U.S. soldier over Gitmo beating
An American soldier who was seriously beaten when he posed as a foreign detainee during a training drill at Guantanamo is suing the Pentagon for $15 million.
U.N. Uncovers Torture at Guantanamo Bay
U.N. human rights experts said Thursday they have reliable accounts of detainees being tortured at the U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Deputy Tasers 90-Pound 13-Year-Old Girl At Hospital
A deputy Tasered an intoxicated 13-year-old girl who was kicking and scratching two hospital nurses, officials said.
Social Security Opened Its Files for 9/11 Inquiry
Torture by Taser
Police Use A Taser On An 82-Year-Old Man
Former Asst. Sec. Of Treasury Under Reagan Doubts Official 9/11 Story
A former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Reagan stepped back into the political spotlight this week, expressing doubt about the official 9/11 story and claiming "if they lied to us about Ruby Ridge, Waco and weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, why should we believe them now."
Former IRS CID Special Agent Joseph Banister Acquitted of Tax Fraud And Conspiracy
On Thursday June 23, a federal jury found former IRS Criminal Investigative Division (CID) Special Agent and CPA Joseph Banister not guilty of all counts alleging criminal tax fraud and conspiracy...
White House Stands Behind Rove Comments
A White House official said Friday the administration finds it "somewhat puzzling" that Democrats are demanding presidential adviser Karl Rove's apology or resignation for implying that liberals are soft on terrorism.
PETA Killed Animals Instead Of Adopting Them Out, Shelters Upset
Officials said they were surprised to learn the group euthanized cats and dogs instead of trying to find them homes.
Recruiters Sink to New Lows
While the stunning list of recruiting abuses has received some needed media attention, it's worth reviewing the extremes to which the military has gone to fill its ranks.
Bush to address Americans from Fort Bragg
President Bush will deliver a major address to U.S. troops and the nation about Iraq on Tuesday night from the U.S. military base at Fort Bragg.
Calif Helped Pay for Sex Offenders' Viagra
House OKs ban on flag burning
Democrats find 2004 voting problems in Ohio
State passes morning-after pill without prescription
Halliburton Awarded New Military Contract
'Shox News' mocks Fox News Channel
TASER VP ADMITS HE AND CEO CONDUCTED SECRET EXPERIMENTS ON ANIMALS
Re-arming DC: Senators want to pack heat in capital
The bill would, in one swoop, negate all the gun laws the district has adopted over the past 30 years, including pre-purchase criminal-background checks and bans on semi-automatic weapons and cop-killer bullets. If it passes the Senate, it is expected to breeze through the House, which passed a similar bill last September.
Panic button couldn’t protect woman
Port-Louis took the appropriate measures: She made copies of the threats, filed charges with police and got a panic button to press in case of emergency. But neither her efforts nor those of police were enough to stop Fann from pulling out a gun and shooting Port-Louis in the driveway of her New Cassel home, and then calling her mother and threatening to do the same to her and police if they tried to arrest him, police said.
Bill would require ID marks on all bullets
Oil Prices Rise on Fall in Crude Stocks
Oil prices rose Thursday after a U.S. government report showed another drop in crude inventories as distillate stocks grew.
Oil prices above $59 after supply dips
Senate allows U.S. to sue OPEC for oil price-fixing
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