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Iranian official: If threatened, we will use nuclear weapons
After countless declarations of peaceful intentions of nuclear plan, Iran's chief nuclear envoy confirms fears by saying if county is threatened, situation may change
Iran reformists slam government's nuclear policy
Sanctions imposed on Iran, Syria arms suppliers
U.S. OR ISRAELI ATTACK ON IRAN COULD CONTAMINATE MIDDLE EAST
Iranians 'up to no good' in Iraq
Leading Academic: Neo-Nazis Have Signed Us Onto WWIII
Destroying World Order: Analysing the war In Iraq and the middle east with Dr Franics A Boyle
Activity spotted at North Korea nuclear test site
Japan, US working on NKorea emergency plan: FM
Former US policy honchos call for world free of nuclear arms
Royals To Staff Diana Inquest Jury
OECD Pressures London To Explain Halt To Saudi Arms Probe
Officials deny Indonesian jetliner found
In our winner-take-all casino economy, the middle class is getting royally screwed. A call to arms for populism, before it’s too late.
167,000 Jobs Added to Payrolls in Dec.
Gold closes higher, posts 23% gain for the year
US dollar down, gold up in European morning trading
Gold futures gain in electronic trading
Global super-union within a decade, says Amicus chief
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U.N. Investigated Over 300 for Sex Abuse
The United Nations has investigated more than 300 members of U.N. peacekeeping missions for alleged sexual exploitation and abuse during the past three years and more than half were fired or sent home, according to a senior U.N. official.
UN Child Sex Slave Scandals Continue
UN to hold inquiry into Sudan child abuse
UN staff accused of raping children in Sudan
New Orleans police plead not guilty to shootings
Seven New Orleans police officers pleaded not guilty on Friday to murder and attempted murder charges in a shooting incident that left two people dead amid the chaos that followed Hurricane Katrina 16 months ago.
Litvinenko inquiry closes in on suspected killers
New federal rules require companies to audit IMs
Young Girl Facing Charges After Wetting Pants
Statement may allow gov't to open mail
Schools would set own policy on searching students under legislation
Tijuana police force ordered to turn in guns
'This is BS': Matthews Mad Dems Not Moving To End War
"Do you think it's possible that the Democrats used the war issue to get elected and once they got the power and the perks that they're going to let the war slide a couple of years?"
Death in Haditha
Eyewitness Accounts in Report Indicate Marines Gunned Down Unarmed Iraqis in the Aftermath of a Roadside Bombing in 2005
The Urge to Surge
Oliver North Comes Out Against Iraq Plan
Guards in Saddam video named; Bush supports probe
AP's Iraqi Source Is Real: Now What Do Conservative Bloggers Say?
Bush's spy chief quits to support Iraq 'surge'
Pelosi Says She Doesn't Support Additional U.S. Troops for Iraq
Can the US Kill Iraqi Children Legally?
Passport Cards to go Hi-tech in United States
Fire has been drawn from some quarters as the US govt. plans to use RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chips in the proposed program of passport cards for U.S. citizens. These ID cards will be mandatory for residents who're not having passports for their identification anywhere in the country or overseas.
Speed Camera Issues 420 MPH Ticket
Infant car seats fail crash tests, Consumer Reports says
LockMart Receives Contract To Begin Production Of Thaad Weapon System
Gates says day of the home-help robot is near
Amazon boss shows off spacecraft
Microsoft accused of trying to buy bloggers
NM Aspartame Law Destruction
Reflects Lethal Corp Greed
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Parents defend decision to keep girl a child
Bill O'Reilly invites activist on show, then calls guest a 'lunatic'
Time Inc. may lay off 150 people: New York Post
CENTCOM emails bloggers about new podcast site
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Guardsmen overrun at the Border
According to the Border Patrol, an unknown number of gunmen attacked the site in the state's West Desert Region around 11 p.m. The site is manned by National Guardsmen. Those guardsmen were forced to retreat.
Gunmen force Guard troops to flee Border Patrol post
Mexican Soldiers Freelancing for Drug Cartels on US Soil
U.S.-Mexico Pact Revealed: Billions to Non-citizens
As a result of lawsuits, the U.S. government released this week the actual U.S.-Mexico Social Security Totalization Agreement, an understanding signed between the Bush administration and the Mexican government in 2004 that would funnel billions of Social Security funds to Mexican citizens.
Sat Nav for Mexicans illegally entering US
DHS to Boost 6 Cities' Share of Anti-Terror Funds
Chastened by complaints about poor federal cooperation and by controversy over its slashing of aid to New York and Washington last year, the Department of Homeland Security will reserve about $100 million of the $747 million
Pat Robertson's Doomsday Conversation With God
Peanuts Kill More Americans Than Terrorists
Terror's Trivial When It's Not Muslims
Fatality found after bombing in Spain
220 Pounds of Explosives Found in Spain
Pat Robertson: God told me of 'mass killing' in 2007
Army asks dead to sign up for another hitch
The Army said Friday it would apologize to the families of about 275 officers killed or wounded in action who were mistakenly sent letters urging them to return to active duty.
IBM Worker Says He Was Fired For Being A Muslim
A Muslim electronics engineer who developed five patents for IBM claims the computer maker fired him because of his religion and that managers at the company mocked him for refusing to eat during the Ramadan fast
Giuliani's Strategy Is All on His Web Site
Death of accuser may end sex case
Chasing down Gomel Chesed Cemetery
Politicial abuses of psychiatry Part II- am I paranoid?
Randi Rhodes Questions 9/11 'Collapses' During Segment on Bush Administration Lies
9/11 Truth Petition on UK Prime Minister's Website
Reopen 9/11 investigation, local group says
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