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Police beat Putin foes at rally
Riot police beat and detained protesters as thousands defied an official ban and attempted to stage a rally Saturday against President Vladimir V. Putin's government, which opponents accuse of rolling back freedoms Russians have enjoyed since the end of Soviet communism.
Passengers to be weighed to stop overcrowding on trains
Commuters are to be weighed as they squeeze aboard packed trains in an attempt by rail bosses to work out exactly how overcrowded services are.
Violent clashes at Russian anti-government protest
Putin moves against Kasparov and the 'white knight' revolution
The Party of Brownshirts
Neoconservatives have turned the Republican Party into a Brownshirt Party.
Top Democrat: Intel czar's wiretap plans are 'deeply troubling'
Thousands of residents Fined for putting Trash out early
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Bush urges Democrats set aside Iraq pullout date
President George W. Bush and Democrats in charge of the U.S. Congress set themselves on a collision course on Monday over Bush's $100 billion funding request for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Jordan, UN Ask Help for the 2 Million Iraqi Refugees
Iraqi PM says govt talking with insurgent groups
Iraqi Insurgent Leader Claims Group Producing Own Rockets
Qaeda group says Iraq a "university of terror"
Tenet's Tell-All Is a Slam Dunk to Provoke Invasion's Architects
Iraq's dueling spy agencies could fuel sectarian rift; 'In Iraq, everybody spies on everybody'
Hired Guns in Iraq Killing for Amusement
Knowledge Unchanged by New News Outlets
Americans' knowledge of national and international affairs has changed little in two decades despite the emergence of 24-hour cable news and the Internet as major news sources.
Drudge Promotes Imus Pravda Hoax
Hannity Worried Imus Firing Might Interfere With His Hate Mongering
Alex Jones: The Internet's Loudest Documentary-Maker
Private equity buys US student loans provider for $25bn
Food—More Absolute Than Death and Taxes
I.R.S. Targets Middle Class More Often for Audits
Dollar at Near Record Low Vs. Euro
Wal-Mart tops Fortune 500 list
Nagasaki Mayor Shot at Japan Train Station
Racist German army tape stirs outrage
Algeria angered by US terror alert
Algeria's Foreign Ministry scolded the US Embassy yesterday, saying its warning a day earlier of possible terror attacks in the capital was "irresponsible," the official APS news agency reported.
Benn to criticise 'war on terror'
President George W Bush's concept of a "war on terror" has given strength to terrorists by making them feel part of something bigger, Hilary Benn will say.
Explosions rock Algerian capital
21/7 suspect's claim 'is amazing'
Gun Control Law Helped Campus Killer
Killer's Note: 'You Caused Me to Do This'
Cho Seung-Hui, the student who killed 32 people and then himself yesterday, left a long and "disturbing" note in his dorm room at Virginia Tech, say law enforcement sources.
McCain backs gun rights after shootings
Va. Tech gunman writings raised concerns
The gunman suspected of carrying out the Virginia Tech massacre that left 33 people dead was identified Tuesday as an English major whose creative writing was so disturbing that he was referred to the school's counseling service.
Bomb threat causes St. Edward's to evacuate buildings
A bomb threat at St. Edward's University in Austin TX has caused officials to evacuate the campus buildings and close the campus until 5 p.m., said Mischelle Amador, director of communications for the school.
A lovers' tiff in the dormitory... then the university killer began his rampage
Was gunman crazed over Emily?
Eighteen-year-old Emily Jane Hilscher was one of the first two victims to be identified in the Virginia Tech massacre, along with 22-year-old Ryan Clark.
Virginia Tech Shooting -- Gun Bans Are The Problem, Not The Solution
Centreville Student Was Va. Tech Shooter
First Gun Bought March 13; No 'Spur of the Moment' Crime
Shooter at Tech massacre identified in bomb threat; 9 hospitalized; victims named
Virginia Tech School Newspaper Coverage of the Massacre
Gun-control argument builds in background
Rampage horror may not mean tighter controls
Campus Gun Ban Disarmed Virginia Victims
Gun control: the bloggers' view
After the deadliest mass shooting in American history you might think that Virginia Tech killings would prompt a rethink about gun control in the US. But No. If anything American's stance of the right to bear arms is hardening, judging by what the bloggers have to say.
Virginia Tech shootings renew campus gun debate in Utah
Campus killings may restart gun violence debate
Anger over US shooting warnings
Survivors of the worst shooting rampage in US history have accused authorities of not acting quickly enough to alert people a gunman was on the loose.
Virginia School Shooting: Another Government Black-Op?
Massacre at Virginia Tech: 29 Confirmed Dead
Bush Said Shocked at College Shootings
Statement by Virginia Tech's President
Gunman Shooting Spree at Virginia Tech
FLASHBACK: VA College Campus Gun Bill Gets Shot Down
Ex-Justice Official's Statements Contradict Gonzales on Firings
The former Justice Department official who carried out the firings of eight U.S. attorneys last year told Congress that several of the prosecutors had no performance problems and that a memo on the firings was distributed at a Nov. 27 meeting attended by Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales, a Democratic senator said yesterday.
2 teens charged in dumping acid that burned toddler on playground
House Panel to Consider Immunity for Ex-Gonzales Aide
Conservatives to Bush: Fire Gonzales
Gonzales concedes missteps in attorney firings
CNN: Dramatic increase in Army desertions
Clinton's Campaign Has Most In Bank
Perry's database of Texans concerns lawmakers
If you've had a traffic ticket recently, you likely are in the privately run database of criminals and potential terrorists being kept by Gov. Rick Perry's office.
Cleveland to buy surveillance cameras
The city of Cleveland plans to spend $200,000 to install as many as 80 surveillance cameras at two city parks and six recreation centers this year in a move to better protect children, officials said.
Big Brother and 1984 meet at Google's Mount Holly Server Farm
China's Big Brother: World's Biggest ID Database
In a modest 200-square meters enclosure, the National Citizen Identity Information Center (NCIIC) in Beijing hosts the world's biggest ID database, with over 1.3 billion entries.
N.D. bans forced RFID chipping
Museum to install talking CCTV
David Arquette, a truther? Confirmed
Mr. Jeff Long introducing Mr. David Arquette, yet another confirmed 'truther' with his bumper stickers, DVDs, and more great truth swag.
Retired physicist claims 9/11 attack was really controlled demolition
Stephen E. Jones, a retired physicist from Brigham Young University, announced his findings Saturday that imply a controlled demolition as the cause of the collapse of the World Trade Center
Rosie Prepares To Strike Back For 9/11 Truth
A 9/11 "Smoking Gun" Hidden In Plain Sight
The Most Important Insurance
Daniel Sunjata Wears Infowars 9/11 Truth Shirt at Awards Ceremony
Chavez Calls 9/11 Gift For Bush
Giuliani lies about asbestos danger, CNN footage of 9/11/01 press conference
Mark Dice's 9/11 Truth Jam Contest (TulsaTruth's Entry)
FDA approves first bird flu vaccine
A bird flu vaccine won federal approval for the first time Tuesday as a stopgap measure against a potential pandemic until more effective vaccines can be developed.
Alert: FDA Attempting to Regulate Supplements, Herbs and Juices as "Drugs"
A new FDA "guidance" document, published on the FDA's website, reveals plans to reclassify virtually all vitamins, supplements, herbs and even vegetable juices as FDA-regulated drugs.
Copyright Royalty Board Puts Internet Radio on Death Watch
New Robot Eyes Humans with Human-Like Eyes
Bush wades in to save beleaguered Wolfowitz
President George W Bush has launched a last-ditch bid to save the career of Paul Wolfowitz, the World Bank president and an architect of the Iraq war, who is facing cronyism claims for helping his girlfriend gain a promotion and a huge pay rise.
Welcome to the no man's land of the 'North Americanist'
Some call it 'regionalization', population of which will come to be known as the "North Americanists". Some call it North American Union, NAU for short, or the benign sounding North American Community.
MTV using 'all seeing eye'
Texas Legislature Takes on the NAFTA Superhighway
L.A. Police Sued Over Immigrant Policy
Illegal immigration opponents have sued the Los Angeles Police Department, taking aim at its long-standing policy of ignoring most suspects' immigration status.
Bush seeks momentum for immigration overhaul
Russia to build eight nuclear submarines by 2017
Russia will build eight nuclear submarines armed with Bulava intercontinental missiles by 2017, junior Defence Minister Alexi Moskovski said Sunday as the first of them was launched.
Russia Launches Latest Generation Nuclear Submarine
Power politics: Cold War Two
'I am plotting a new Russian revolution'
Ahmadinejad vows Iran will 'resist to the end' on nuclear issue
No 10 'knew about hostage deal'
Downing Street was told that the freed British hostages had made interview deals for money and were about to appear on television and in the press, according to senior Whitehall sources.
CIA mock-execution of Iran diplomat
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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