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Thought Police Arrest Student Over VA Tech Remarks
A University of Colorado student was arrested after making comments that classmates deemed sympathetic toward the gunman blamed for killing 32 students and himself at Virginia Tech, authorities said.
Why does the Bush administration have a list of everyone who has ever used anti-depressants?
We don't even have a list of gun owners, and we have a list of everyone who has been prescribed anti-depressants? And in fact, the article suggests that this isn't just a database of patients who use anti-depressants, it's a federal database of every prescription drug you've ever bought.
Police Prepared To Arrest 3,000 At '08 RNC
St. Paul The Ramsey County sheriff has prepared a $4.4 million budget for security during the 2008 Republican National Convention, with a plan to handle the arrests of as many as 3,000 protesters.
BU Student Arrested After Massacre Threat Messages
20-year-old Andrew Rosenblum was arrested early Tuesday morning at his parents home in Needham, Mass., hours after he allegedly sent threatening instant messages to the unidentified 19-year-old woman. Boston police say she is a student at Wheelock College.
Federally Funded Researchers Want To Scrap The Internet
White House: We Can Boot Dissenters From Bush Appearances
EU aims to criminalise Holocaust denial
Surveillance Tapes Misplaced During Probe of Texas Juvenile Detention Centers
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Pentagon Officials: We don't have enough troops. It would take another 100,000 to protect Baghdad
Suspected Sunni insurgents penetrated the Baghdad security net Wednesday, hitting Shiite targets with four bomb attacks that killed 183 people and raised the possibility of a powerful response by Shiite militias at a fragile time for the Iraqi government.
Up to 140 killed in deadliest bombing in Baghdad
Car bomb avalanche kills 190 in Baghdad
Lethal Day in Baghdad
4 Bombs Kill 157 People in Baghdad
To Publish or Not? The Dilemma of Uncovering Government Secrets
The decision to publish government secrets is never an easy one, but has become even more difficult since the September 11 attacks, says Bill Keller, Executive Editor of the New York Times, in an exclusive interview with the World Association of Newspapers that is being offered to newspapers world-wide for publication on World Press Freedom Day, 3 May.
Russian Journalists Report Media Restrictions
Russia's biggest private radio networks journalist said they had been told to keep Kremlin critics off the air by new managers brought in from state-run television, Reuters news agency reported April 19.
AOL uploads slate of TV-style shows; Company reaches out for ad dollars
Pound reaches 26-year dollar high
Sterling has continued to climb against the US dollar, moving above $2.01, the highest rate since June 1981.
'SUPER-RICH' POPULATION SURGES IN '06
Food—More Absolute Than Death and Taxes
Private equity buys US student loans provider for $25bn
Iran to 'cut off the hand' of foes
US concern over Iran Afghan role
Israel: Iran plotting to recruit Israelis as spies
Robert Gates: Iran's growing strength in the region
Ahmadinejad vows Iran will 'resist to the end' on nuclear issue
No 10 'knew about hostage deal'
Tag elderly people, says science minister
Elderly people should be "tagged" to enable the authorities to keep tabs on them, a government minister suggested today. Similar technology is used to "tag" and keep track of convicted criminals who have been released from prison.
Perry's database of Texans concerns lawmakers
Cleveland to buy surveillance cameras
Big Brother and 1984 meet at Google's Mount Holly Server Farm
Alex Jones appears tonight in the first hour Coast to Coast AM with Host George Noory to discuss the 12 year anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing.
FBI objects to lawyer's deposition request
Waco, Oklahoma City, Columbine and Virginia Tech
Nichols: McVeigh Had High-Level FBI Help
New OKC Revelations Spotlight FBI Involvement In Bombing
Oklahoma Bombing Anniversary
Coast to Coast AM Website
Seung-Hui Cho Was a Mind Controlled Assassin
Deadly accuracy, disturbing revelations suggest outside involvement in VA Massacre, cocktail of brainwashing from prozac, violent video games contributed to carnage
The Cho Seung-Hui Video Show
If we are to believe the emerging timeline of events, Cho Seung-Hui killed a woman and her RA in a dorm, went back to his dorm and captured a QuickTime video rant, burned a DVD, trekked to the post office with two 9mm weapons in tow, mailed the DVD, along with photos and miscellaneous writings to NBC, and then marched over to Norris Hall and killed another thirty or so people execution-style.
Va. Tech Killer A Violent Video Game Fan
Several Korean youths who knew Cho Seung Hui from his high school days said he was a fan of violent video games, particularly a game called "Counterstrike," a hugely popular online game in which players join terrorism or counterterrorism groups and try to shoot each other using all types of guns.
Virginia gunman sent final video
'We're Sorry You Saw The Video'
Campus gunman's death video was direct copy of award-winning Korean revenge film
Police believe Cho Seung-Hui repeatedly watched the movie Oldboy as part of what they now think was his meticulous preparation for the killing spree at Virginia Tech University.
Va. Tech Killer Ruled Mentally Ill by Court; Let Go After Hospital Visit
Virginia Tech shooter sent documents to NBC: police
Neo-Cons To Spin VA Massacre
Frightened lecturer had secret code word to alert police to Virginia gunman
University 'warned about gunman'
Virginia Tech shooter reportedly on anti-depression meds, increasingly angry leading up to massacre
Threats Rattle Schools in 10 States
CIA recruiting at Virginia Tech
Killer's parents hospitalized 'with shock'
Did Va. Tech Murderer Learn From Video Games?
'Cops help kill 32 Students', claims furious blogger
As We Predicted: Killer Was On Anti-Depressants
Questions remain after worst U.S. shooting rampage
Courageous final act of professor
VA Massacre Proves Government Can't Protect You
Killer's Note: 'You Caused Me to Do This'
Va. Tech gunman writings
Bomb threat causes St. Edward's to evacuate buildings
A lovers' tiff in the dormitory... then the university killer began his rampage
Was gunman crazed over Emily?
Former Reagan Advisor angry Bush 'bankrupted America'
Conservative economist Bruce Bartlett accused President Bush of "bankrupting" America and betraying the Reagan legacy in an interview on PBS
Justices uphold ban on abortion procedure
Articles of Impeachment To Be Filed On Cheney
Gonzales' hearing postponed by campus shootings
Gun lobby prepares for battle over rights
No rush for new gun controls
Lawyer outlines a broader conspiracy in search for FBI documents on Oklahoma City bombing
German minister sparks row over anti-terror measures
Terror suspects should not be presumed innocent until proven guilty, Germany's interior minister said on Thursday, sparking controversy over the extent of new anti-terrorism laws in the liberal country.
Algeria angered by US terror alert
Benn to criticise 'war on terror'
Second Amendment In Danger Under Anti-Gun Bush
In the wake of the tragic shooting massacre in Virginia this week gun control advocates have once again come crawling out of the woodwork to capitalize on the ill informed and automated response of blaming the destructiveness of a mentally ill person's rampage on the second amendment.
Licensed Gun Owning Student Arrested, Firearms Seized
Quotes From The Founding Fathers For Those Who Still Think That The 2nd Amendment Doesn't Apply to the Individual
Bloomberg To Fund Anti-Gun Ad Campaign
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a coalition of 214 mayors are using the Virginia Tech massacre to pressure Congress to give local cops the information they need to trace illegal guns used in crimes.
Don't Give an Inch!
VA Tech's ill-considered policies and responses do not create reasons to disarm non-violent people as a national policy -- yet that will be called for.
Southern U.S. town proud of its mandatory gun law
Lockdowns and 'No Guns Allowed' Signs Increase Murder
Gun Control Law Helped Campus Killer
McCain backs gun rights after shootings
Virginia Tech Shooting -- Gun Bans Are The Problem, Not The Solution
AS Passes Virginia Tech Bill, Denies 9/11 Forum
9/11's free speech casualties
Military Leaders Question 9/11
Scholars debate 9/11 findings
Monsanto Tries to Bully Dairies That Are Not Injecting Their Cows with Controversial Genetically Engineered Hormone
BLACKBERRY BLACKOUT! Massive System Failure Affects Users
Qantas to trial in-flight mobile phone use
Organic & Grass-Fed is Healthier & Greener
FDA approves first bird flu vaccine
Alert: FDA Attempting to Regulate Supplements, Herbs and Juices as "Drugs"
Copyright Royalty Board Puts Internet Radio on Death Watch
EU Federal Superstate Becoming A Reality
In a telling U-turn British Prime Minister Tony Blair has stated that the EU no longer needs a constitution and should instead "opt for a less ambitious new treaty that would not require a referendum."
Stop the North American Union
Top Wolfowitz Postings Went to Iraq War Backers
Call to End Wolfowitz's Reign Goes Global
Hillary Picks La Raza Leader As Campaign Co Chair
The former president of an extremist group that organized many of the country's disruptive pro illegal immigration marches and advocates the return of the American Southwest to Mexico will co-chair Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
EU Official Criticizes U.S.-Mexico Wall
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana on Tuesday criticized U.S. plans to extend barriers along its border with Mexico, saying immigrants should not be treated like criminals.
L.A. Police Sued Over Immigrant Policy
Russia to build eight nuclear submarines by 2017
Russia Launches Latest Generation Nuclear Submarine
Power politics: Cold War Two
'I am plotting a new Russian revolution'
British nuclear plant 'retained workers' organs'
The British government is expected Wednesday to announce an inquiry into claims that the body parts of dead nuclear power plant workers were stored and tested without their families' consent.
Nagasaki Mayor Shot at Japan Train Station
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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