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Cheney says US active in Pakistan
US Vice President Dick Cheney said that the United States was taking part in anti-terrorism operations in Pakistan, where more Al-Qaeda members have been caught or killed "probably than any place else."
Troops will be in Afghanistan for next 20 years, says commander
The commander of the British forces returning from Helmand said that his forces were having to make up for the time lost by the decision of the US and UK to invade Iraq instead of concentrating on post-Taliban Afghanistan.
"Dark Day" in Harbin City, China
Marijuana Consumption Drops in U.K. Despite Liberalized Laws
12,000 US soldiers now serving under NATO commander in Afghanistan
The American Empire: Conquest Through NAFTA
Iran leader in Bush 'Satan' claim
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has reportedly delivered a scathing attack on US President George W Bush, saying he is inspired by Satan.
US warns Iran over nuclear plans
US officials have turned their attention from North Korea's nuclear programme to Iran's, warning the Muslim state it must heed the threat of tough sanctions or face the consequences.
Intelligence laundry: To Paris again
Iran foreign currency assets rise to $52.3 bln
Israel calls for tough UN action on 'demented' Iran
More U.S. troops killed in Iraq bombings
The U.S. military reported Wednesday that nine American troops had been killed in bombings and combat, raising to 67 the number of U.S. troops killed in October.
Growing coup rumors among Iraqis
Mutayibeen Alliance Declares The Establishment Of The Islamic State In Iraq
Sunni Groups Declare Islamic Republic inside Iraq
IRAQ: Violence forcing increasing numbers to flee homes, UN agency says
Australian Troops stay despite chief's alarm
Three in Four Americans Support Bringing Troops Home From Iraq
Cost Of Bush's Iraq War Is Out Of Control
2 GOP Senators Urge New Iraq Strategy
British General Who Called for Iraq Pullout Wins Support of Papers -- and the Public
Amateur 'video bloggers' under threat from EU broadcast rules
Russian News Agency Itar-Tass Executive Killed in Moscow
CENTCOM email to bloggers
Alex Jones presents The Order of Death, an amazing & horrifying look into the occult practices of the global elite featuring never before seen footage of the infamous Bohemian Grove.
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Olbermann: The Day Habeas Corpus Died
At its worst, the legislation allows President Bush or Donald Rumsfeld to declare anyone — US citizen or not — an enemy combatant, lock them up and throw away the key without a chance to prove their innocence in a court of law.
Exit Habeas Corpus, Enter Night and Fog
As if to confirm that Republicans are indeed a fascist rabble, consider their uniform silence in regard to the military commissions bill, otherwise known as the monstrosity that ate the Constitution, specifically Article 1, Section 9, dealing with habeas corpus.
Fine for letter in recycling bag
Government Targets American Bloggers As Enemy Propagandists
New EU rules would prevent uploading video without a license .
Bush signs law authorizing harsh interrogation
"Machine gun the rioters, Blunkett shrieked"
Houston Police Attack Band
Pentagon to resume forced anthrax vaccine program
‘Hero of Guantanamo’ on Detainee Bill: ‘I Don’t Believe’ It Will ‘Match Constitutional Muster’
Details Of The UK Police State -
The Model For America
Nurse sues over ticket for anti-Bush bumper sticker
TSA Screener Faces Theft Charge
The North Korean military has informed China that it plans to conduct a series of underground nuclear tests, NBC News reported, citing unnamed US officials.
Second test would show North Korea has the bomb: experts
North Korea is eager to conduct a second atom bomb test to erase any doubts after a first attempt on October 9 that it truly is capable of producing nuclear weapons, western arms experts say.
Mass rally in North Korea as fears mount of new bomb test
North Korea staged a chilling show of "anti-imperialist" defiance last night amid warnings from the US and Japan that the isolated communist leadership could be preparing to stage a second nuclear test.
NKorean activities may signal nuclear test preparations: US official
OPLAN 5027 - Is It Our Ticket to the Draft?
N. Korea: Sanctions Are War Declaration
S. Korea aware of signs N. Korea may be preparing 2nd nuke test
U.S. detects signs N. Korea preparing for 2nd nuke test: reports
‘Seoul Has Tech for Making Weapons-Grade Uranium'
SKorea and US play down North's statement on 'war'
Kim Jong-Il could suffer same fate as Romania's Ceausescu: press
U.S. says N.Korea's test was nuclear
Recent News: U.S. aircraft on watch along U.S.-Canada border
Human species 'may split in two'
Different human sub-species predicted by Dr Oliver Curry
Humanity may split into an elite and an underclass, says Dr Curry
President Bush has signed a newly revised space policy that sets defense as a priority and rejects future negotiations that might limit U.S. flexibility in space, The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.
Universal sues video-sharing websites
Universal Music, the world's largest record company, has launched the established media industry's first legal action against user-generated internet sites in the wake of its distribution deal last week with YouTube, the most popular video-sharing website.
Bully game banned from UK shops
A video game depicting playground violence has been banned from some UK shops.
THE FUTURE OF FOOD: MONOPOLIZING SEEDS THAT FEED THE WORLD
FDA Is Set To Approve Milk, Meat From Clones
TV Watching Tied To Autism, Study Says
China becoming "like Africa" with AIDS scourge
Music industry in 8,000 new file-share lawsuits
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Dirty bombs may threaten NFL stadiums
The threat was part of an ongoing Internet conversation titled "New Attack on America Be Afraid.'' It mentioned NFL stadiums in New York, Miami, Atlanta, Seattle, Houston, Oakland and Cleveland.
U.S. says threat to NFL stadiums not credible
Two terror suspects 'on the run'
Lawyer gets 28 months jail for aiding terrorism
The US-backed special tribunal in Baghdad signalled Monday that it will likely delay a verdict in the first trial of Saddam Hussein to November 5. Why hasn't the mainstream media connected the dots between the Saddam's judgment day and the midterm elections?
Could an 'October surprise' shape the election?
Rove foresees GOP victory
GOP sources say party losing hope of victory
Second U.S. lawmaker faces misconduct allegations
A U.S. congressional board which oversees a Capitol Hill internship program rocked by a sex scandal, discussed allegations on Monday involving a second lawmaker
Americans piled up Tamiflu on bird flu fear: report"
NAACP to monitor elections in 10 states
U.S. Population Hits 300 Million Mark
Judge Allows 9/11 Lawsuits to Go Forward
A federal judge on Tuesday refused to toss out claims by thousands of emergency workers who sued New York City and about 150 private contractors after the workers were sickened by dust at the World Trade Center site.
Well-Timed Scandal Implication Pushing 9/11 Able-Danger Whistle Blower Weldon Out of House
Rep. said info on Atta before 9/11 went un-reported in "a clear and unequivocal cover-up"
New Video: Toxic Lies - The Betrayal of Heroes
VIDEO: Metal of Honor ironworkers on WTC anomalies
In these clips from the special Metal of Honor, cablecast by SpikeTV on Sept. 5, 2006, ironworkers from Ground Zero talk about the bizarre collapse and disintegration of the twin towers and the health effects of working in the toxic brew, among other matters.
Access Hollywood Covers Charlie Sheen
Time For The Sleeping 9/11 Giant To Awaken
9/11 Poll Results: 2002-2006
"Official" 9/11 story On Life support; The Truth is Taking Over
Bill Maher attacks Charlie Sheen
One man still locked up from 9/11 sweeps
Loose Change 2E on national TV
A plan to tag air travellers with RFID chips to improve airport security by monitoring passengers as they kill time after check-in in airport coffee shops and departure lounges has been slammed by silicon.com readers as "another ill thought out idea", "a solution looking for a problem" and even "dead in the water".
FBI Director Robert Mueller on Tuesday called on Internet service providers to record their customers' online activities, a move that anticipates a fierce debate over privacy and law enforcement in Washington next year.
US Defense Department pays $440m for HP's 'special services'
Nothing says, "We're reading your every word and listening to your every phone call" better than a $440m deal between HP and the US Department of Defense.
Cameras snap shooters
Crime surveillance cameras in Cincinnati will get smarter next year if City Council has its way.
Privacy under attack, but does anybody care?
Surveillance cameras for Sequoia high schools?
Anger over plans to spy on students
DOJ Dismisses Felony Tax Prosecution
Big downturn seen for some
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