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9-11: Rise of the Police State
Featuring Interviews with:
Clinton Advisor David Gergen,
Filmmaker Michael Moore,
& An Undercover Police State Henchman Posing as a Journalist
Teen Rampage Shooter Admired Hitler
A troubling profile of the teenager who shot dead nine people, seven at his high school, emerged on Tuesday — one of a Native American who described himself as a "NativeNazi" and who other students said was regularly picked on for his odd behavior.
Economists: Federal deficit a bigger risk than terrorism
The budget deficit has overtaken terrorism as the greatest short-term risk to the U.S. economy, and concern about the current gap is rising, a survey of U.S. businesses shows.
'O.C. Register' First Major Paper to Call for U.S. Pullout in Iraq
Policy OKs First Strike to Protect US
U.S. Infrastructure: Increasingly Unsafe
Plan B' contraceptive nears approval
Details Revealed of Florida Girl's Attack
White House Studies $4 per Gallon Nightmare Scenario
No US surveillance in Iran: Rumsfeld
US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has denied he authorised military overflights in Iran for surveillance on the country's alleged nuclear program.
Iranian Leader Says He's Ready to Battle to Death
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Monday he was ready to don combat fatigues and give his life in battle if his country were attacked, accusing Washington of seeking any excuse to start a war.
North Korea expands nuclear arsenal
North Korea has said it has increased its nuclear arsenal to help prevent a US attack on the reclusive communist state.
U.S. Misled Allies About NK Nuclear Export
In an effort to increase pressure on North Korea, the Bush administration told its Asian allies in briefings earlier this year that Pyongyang had exported nuclear material to Libya. That was a significant new charge, the first allegation that North Korea was helping to create a new nuclear weapons state.
US warns North Korea diplomacy can't 'drag on forever'
The White House warned Monday that diplomatic efforts to defuse the crisis over North Korea's nuclear programs cannot "drag on forever" and urged Pyongyang to return to negotiations.
Taiwan and Singapore to hold joint military exercise: report
US has no intention of attacking North Korea, says Rice
Taiwan defends arms deal, warns of China missile threat
Pakistan tests long-range missile