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18 killed in Afghan suicide bombing
A suicide bomber struck outside the compound of a southern Afghan provincial governor on Tuesday, killing 18 people, including several Muslim pilgrims seeking paperwork to travel to Mecca, officials said.
Hezbollah Chief Leads Huge Rally
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Ghanaian nuclear physicist argues for development of nuclear energy
As Ghana battles with an electricity shortage, one of the nation's prominent nuclear physicists on Monday called for the development of nuclear energy as a reliable and cheap energy alternative.
Sources: Al-Qaida could use non-Arabs to attack Israel
North American students trained for 'merger'
In another example of the way the three nations of North America are being drawn into a federation, or "merger," students from 10 universities in the U.S., Mexico and Canada are participating annually in a simulated "model Parliament."
North America confab 'undermines' democracy
Is Globalism Dead?
Wealthy nations assert their right to oversee the World Bank president's anti-corruption campaign
North American merger topic of secret confab
U.S. drops to 6th in world competitiveness ranking
The United States fell to sixth place in the World Economic Forum's 2006 global competitiveness rankings, ceding the top place to Switzerland, as macroeconomic concerns eroded prospects for the world's largest economy.
Mass. home sales plunge, prices drop
Home prices show first annual fall in 11 years
Op/Ed: Abolish Pennies, Nickels, & Dimes
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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Alex welcomes former DEA Agent turned whistleblower, Cele Castillo, to the Infowars studio to discuss the growing violence being perpetrated by Los Zetas and other Mexican drug gangs along the US-Mexico border.
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Drug Gangs Are Overtaking Towns Along US/Mexico Border and Killing Americans
Torture Victim Had No Terror Link, Canada Told U.S.
When the United States sent Maher Arar to Syria, where he was tortured for months, the deportation order stated unequivocally that Mr. Arar, a Canadian software engineer, was a member of Al Qaeda. But a few days earlier, Canadian investigators had told the F.B.I. that they had not been able to link him to the terrorist group.
Google Caught In Terror Storm Censorship
Google is again embroiled in a censorship farce after its Google Video sub-division was caught altering viewing statistics for Alex Jones' Terror Storm documentary, resetting runaway growth curbs to prevent the video making the website's top ten and its online viewership exploding exponentially.
Lawyer Blocked From Meeting With Detained Rights Activists
U.S. gets ‘Sovietized'
China rolls out next generation Internet: report
U.S. to Relax Air Travel Restrictions
MK Lone Nut helps push torture bill?
Jailed Chinese hack to sue Yahoo
Pelosi Asks for Closed House Session
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi asked her colleagues Tuesday to close the House's doors for a highly unusual secret session to discuss a classified intelligence analysis on global terrorism
Taliban says bin Laden alive: Al Arabiya TV
Dubai-based Al Arabiya television on Tuesday quoted a Taliban official as saying al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was alive and in good health.
Clinton did not leave plans to fight al Qaeda: Rice
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice strongly disputed a claim by former President Bill Clinton that he left a comprehensive plan to fight al Qaeda when his term ended.
US paid millions for prisoners - Musharraf
Key 9/11 planner linked to London bombings: Musharraf
Spy Agencies Say Iraq War Worsens Terrorism Threat
Top CIA Expert Slams Bush Anti-Terror Actions
US report says Iraq fuels terror
California Poised to Enact RFID Law
California could soon become one of the first states to create comprehensive safeguards for personal information collected through the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging in government-issued documents and identification cards.
All the News That's Fit For Us to See
For a little thought experiment, go to the website of Newsweek's international edition. There, running down the left side of the page, are three covers, all the same, for the European, Asian, and Latin American editions of the October 2 issue.
Progressive Radio Hosts More Accepting Of Dissenting Views Than Conservative Hosts
GOP aide busted for fake blog posts on liberal sites
[VIDEO] MSNBC Hit Piece On Mel Gibson
Mel campaigns for new movie, against war in Iraq
"The precursors to a civilization that's going under are the same, time and time again," drawing parallels between the Mayan civilization on the brink of collapse and America's present situation. "What's human sacrifice," he asked, "if not sending guys off to Iraq for no reason?"
Clinton, Fox anchor battle in interview
Cartel forces pose threat on U.S.-Mexican border
The Zetas have again become entrenched in Nuevo Laredo, and they practically control the movement of people through an intricate web of spies, checkpoints and skillful use of technology, provoking an extraordinary cross-border human exodus, U.S. and Mexican authorities say.
Cartel warfare boils up
Former Governor Jesse Ventura Questions Official 9/11 Story
Goes further than ever before, cites Northwoods, Gulf of Tonkin, NORAD stand down, staged war provocations
CENTCOM Sergeant Details Traitorous Stand Down Orders On 9/11
Condoleezza Rice's office gave final approval to the infamous Environmental Protection Agency press releases days after 9/11 claiming the air around Ground Zero was "safe to breathe," internal documents show.
Claim: USCENTCOM Sergeant Blows Whistle On 9/11 Inside Job
Sergeant Lauro "LJ" Chavez, 9/11 Whistle Blower Speaks Out to the Editor of the Cincinnati Post
Sept. 11 inscriptions spark outrage
Could Rove's October Surprise Be Osama's Dead Carcass?
Neo-Fascists need a poster child for the war on terror to justify crushing kids' testicles and nuking Iran back to the stone age
Generals to blast 'incompetent' Rumsfeld before Senate hearing
Enron's Fastow Gets 6-Year Sentence
Buffett endorses Arnold
Researchers: Homes have more TVs than people
Proposed Ordinance asks Each Household to Have a Firearm
Mexican leader knocks U.S. crime rate
U.S. Army Extends Iraq Duty for 4,000
In a new sign of mounting strain from the war in Iraq, the Army has extended the combat tours of about 4,000 soldiers who would otherwise be returning home, defense officials said Monday.
Army chief tells Bush: there's not enough money for Iraq war
More Death Squad Victims Found in Iraq
New York City's Reservists Are Asked to Return Iraq Pay
As Army Adds Interrogators, It Outsources Training
Since the Iraq war began, the U.S. Army has quadrupled the number of soldiers it trains each year to be detainee interrogators, according to Army officials involved in the program.
Iraqi president asks for long-term US military presence in Iraq
White House: Account of Iraq report incomplete
Bush dismisses bloodshed in Iraq as ‘just a comma'
400,000 children are given 'good behaviour' drug
A multi-millionaire environmental campaigner said that a proper investigation would "almost certainly" reveal a link between pollutants in children's food and the surge in childhood depression and behavioural problems.
NASA, China consider limited space ties
Is there anybody out there? How the men from the ministry hid the hunt for UFOs
Universities see sharp drop in computer science majors
US company offers hypo-allergenic cats
Iran close to deal that would halt its nuclear program: report
Iran is close to a secret deal that would have it suspend its uranium enrichment program for 90 days, in order to hold additional talks with several European nations, The Washington Times reported Tuesday.
Senior intel official: Pentagon moves to second-stage planning for Iran strike option
Ahmadinejad: I'm not anti-Semitic
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