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50% Good News Is the Bad News in Russian Radio
At their first meeting with journalists since taking over Russia's largest independent radio news network, the managers had startling news of their own: from now on, they said, at least 50 percent of the reports about Russia must be “positive.”
To Publish or Not? The Dilemma of Uncovering Government Secrets
Russian Journalists Report Media Restrictions
General Petraeus: Iraqis will have to 'learn to live' with 'sensational attacks'
America's top general in Iraq, David Petreaus, has noted that the "surge" has achieved "modest progress," but is not convinced it will bring lasting success, reports the Washington Post.
Bombs kill at least 25 as US defends Baghdad wall
3 Suspects Talk After Iraqi Soldiers Do Dirty Work
In one of the new joint American-Iraqi security stations in the capital this month, in the volatile Ghazaliya neighborhood, Capt. Darren Fowler was heaping praise on his Iraqi counterparts for helping capture three insurgent suspects who had provided information he believed would save American lives.
70 Iraqis Killed; Maliki Halts Barrier
Gunmen shot and killed 23 members of an ancient religious sect in northern Iraq on Sunday after stopping their bus and separating out followers of other faiths, while at least 20 people were killed in car bombings in the capital.
Iraq Surge May Be Extended
The Pentagon is laying the groundwork to extend the U.S. troop buildup in Iraq. At the same time, the administration is warning Iraqi leaders that the boost in forces could be reversed if political reconciliation is not evident by summer.
Congress set to defy Bush on Iraq war
Construction on Baghdad Barrier Halted
Bush asserts progress in Iraq war
Amero Agenda Admitted On CNBC
This video highlights a very serious concern which none of our media is looking into. The Amero is being looked at as the defacto currency of the North American Community (or Union).
EU Federal Superstate Becoming A Reality
Stop the North American Union
Gas prices rise again, but not as much
Food—More Absolute Than Death and Taxes
Pound reaches 26-year dollar high
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.
Sweeping Forced Abortions Used in Regime's Birth Control Enforcement
Recently, governments in Shandong and Guangxi Provinces are forcing pregnant women to abort their babies. Among these pregnant women, some of them are in the late stages of their pregnancy.
Poison: KGB men to face Litvinenko murder charges
Scotland Yard detectives are to issue arrest warrants against three former KGB officers suspected of poisoning ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko.
The CIA and the Lockerbie Bomb
Thought Police Arrest Student Over VA Tech Remarks
Why does the Bush administration have a list of everyone who has ever used anti-depressants?
Police Prepared To Arrest 3,000 At '08 RNC
BU Student Arrested After Massacre Threat Messages
Gunman Caused More Than 100 Wounds
Virginia Tech gunman Seung-Hui Cho fired enough shots to wound his 32 victims more than 100 times before killing himself with a bullet to his head, a medical examiner said Sunday.
Virginia Tech killer played no games
WHILE SOME PUNDITS are insisting that Virginia Tech killer Cho Seung Hui must have been influenced by violent video games, police have ruled that line of inquiry out.
Sources: Feds Ordered VA Police To Stand Down
Inaction of Officials "Unfathomable"
Strange Virginia Tech “Coincidences”
Seung-Hui Cho Was a Mind Controlled Assassin
The Cho Seung-Hui Video Show
Va. Tech Killer A Violent Video Game Fan
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'
Russia's former president Yeltsin dies
Iranian Hostage Sailor Drunkenly Mocks Ordeal
The youngest of the Iranian hostages has been accused of embarrassing the Royal Navy after pictures emerged of him apparently poking fun at their ordeal while drunk.
Blair set to end ten year reign as British PM on May 9th
Is the US Already at War With Iran?
US, Russia clash over missile shield for Europe
Russia to build eight nuclear submarines by 2017
Russia Launches Latest Generation Nuclear Submarine
Power politics: Cold War Two
San Francisco Mayor Vows to Make City A Sanctuary for Illegal Immigrants
Mayor Gavin Newsom vowed Sunday to maintain San Francisco as a sanctuary for immigrants and do everything he can to discourage federal authorities from conducting immigration raids.
Memo From Mexico
Rally Against Illegal Immigration Scheduled
As the debate over immigration reform takes shape in Congress, radio talk show hosts will headline a rally against illegal immigration across from the White House today as a preamble to a week of lobbying on Capitol Hill.
Hillary Picks La Raza Leader As Campaign Co Chair
EU Official Criticizes U.S.-Mexico Wall
L.A. Police Sued Over Immigrant Policy
NASA gunman: police blame work grudge
A NASA employee who killed a colleague, took another hostage and then turned his gun on himself, was lashing out at the man he thought was responsible for his poor work review, police investigators have said.
Senators heap criticism on Gonzales over prosecutors flap
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has hurt the Department of Justice and the Bush administration with his poor handling of the firing of eight federal prosecutors, a leading Republican senator said Sunday.
Company works to allay fears about nerve agent waste disposal
Vermont pushes bid to impeach Bush
Texas Senate waves through cell phone wiretapping bill
A bill extending wiretapping provisions to cell phones and covering a wider range of crimes - including kidnaping, human trafficking and money laundering - has been approved by the Texas Senate.
Surveillance Cameras include embedded video analytics.
RFID chips exposing users to danger
RFID Sensor System Promoted for Highway Safety
A New Twist on Snooping at Wal-Mart
A former Wal-Mart computer technician, who asserted that company employees eavesdropped on board meetings and conducted clandestine surveillance on shareholders, has reversed himself and denied both claims in sworn testimony, the giant retailer said yesterday.
'Envirocrime' Snoops Paid to Sift Through Your Garbage
Who should be allowed to carry guns and who Not
Hypocrite Kucinich Drafts Legislation To Ban Guns
John Kerry: Building 7 Was Deliberately Demolished
At a recent speaking engagement in Austin Texas, Senator John Kerry responded to a question about WTC Building 7 by concluding that according to his information, the building was brought down as a result of a controlled demolition, directly contradicting the official line that the structure fell as a result of fire and debris damage.
9/11 First Responders To Be On "The View" This Wednesday, 4/25
TerrorStorm Now Available on NetFlix
Chertoff in Washington Post admits 9/11 truth has gone mainstream
Michael Chertoff: "Since Sept. 11, a conspiracy-minded fringe has claimed that American officials plotted the destruction. But when scholars such as Zbigniew Brzezinski accuse our leaders of falsely depicting or hyping a "war on terror" to promote a "culture of fear," it's clear that historical revisionism has gone mainstream."
Court Ruling May Stop 9/11 Air Quality Lawsuits
Crow calls for limit on toilet paper
Singer Sheryl Crow has said the amount of toilet paper we use should be limited to help the environment.
Danger on the airwaves: Is the Wi-Fi revolution a health time bomb?
Obesity down in sugar-free schools : Swedish study
Monsanto Tries to Bully Dairies That Are Not Injecting Their Cows with Controversial Genetically Engineered Hormone
Qantas to trial in-flight mobile phone use
Organic & Grass-Fed is Healthier & Greener
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