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Police State

The lies they want you to believe: Administration scales back anti-terrorism tipster plans
After weeks of furious criticism, the Bush administration has modified plans for a proposed network of anti-terrorism tipsters to exclude mail carriers and others who have frequent access to people's homes.

Official, lawyer debate planned TIPS program
"You can make a telephone call about somebody you don't like, and maybe they'll be declared an enemy combatant with no rights, even though they're a U.S. citizen..."

Land of spies leads liberty to the noose
This spy posse would come courtesy of the Terrorism Information and Prevention System program known as Operation TIPS.

Members hit White House over secrecy
The Bush administration’s refusal to cooperate with even the most routine and basic congressional requests for information is infuriating members of Congress and violating congressional rights and responsibilities, members charge.

Snitch Society: NC's Swat-a-Litterbug Program
In 2001, more than 5,000 litterbugs were reported. The Swat-A-Litterbug Program provides every citizen an opportunity to be an active participant in insuring that the highways and roads of North Carolina are kept clean and beautiful.

New rules allow sharing of medical records without written consent
Hospitals and doctors can share private information about a patient's health with HMOs and insurance companies without the patient's permission, the Bush administration said Friday in a decision denounced by privacy advocates.

Insanity virus -- a crazy idea?
Mainstream psychiatric outcast ponders parasitic mental illness

Calif drivers worry new monitoring system threatens privacy
A new $37 million system will soon track drivers' movements along highways in Northern California -- whether they like it or not.

UK Cops Fine Antisocial Behavior
The instant fines, which can be paid by mail, have been criticized by human rights groups for giving police unprecedented powers and being unfair to poorer people.

AZ: State faces suit over social security numbers on licenses
Motorists who argue that Social Security numbers on their driver's licenses violate their privacy and pose an identity theft risk filed a $500 million class-action notice of claim this week against the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Japanese Fear New ID System Is a Shoji Screen for Big Brother
Government's new online citizens registry network sparks protests nationwide from people concerned for their privacy

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New World Order

Bush uses force on supporters of global court
U.S. threatens to cut off military aid to nations that join

State Dept. Comes to Aid of UN Parking Scofflaws
New York: Mayor's plan to tow diplomats' cars could bring retaliation abroad, Powell worries.

US News

With Little Work, Newspaper Finds Nine Children That Florida Agency Said Were Missing
Using law enforcement profiles, public records and interviews with relatives, a newspaper found nine children that had been declared missing by Florida's embattled child welfare agency.

FL: State pressured to do better job of finding missing children
Politicians and child advocates called on the governor and state officials to immediately attempt to find more than 500 children who are missing from Florida's child welfare system.

NYC: Felons looking after grandma
No background checks on nurse's aides

Scientist Denies Being Involved in Anthrax Plot
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a germ weapons expert, vigorously denied today that he was involved in the anthrax attacks that killed five people last year, and he accused the federal authorities of engaging in a smear campaign to make him the "fall guy" for the crime.

‘Anthrax scientist’ to file complaint
Bioweapons expert says attention has ruined his life

Activist makes his final stand
Driver involved in deadly police shootout in Massillon mistrusted government, authorities

Call for the Air Force to Help with W. Nile
In an attempt to stem the spread, Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said she planned to ask the Air Force next week to send in a special operations squadron to spray insecticide in hard-hit regions.

Miss. Declares West Nile Emergency
Mississippi Gov. Ronnie Musgrove on Friday declared a state of emergency, clearing the way to seek federal funding to fight the outbreak.

Hiroshima pilot tells of US plans to drop an A-bomb on Germany
Paul Tibbets, who piloted the Enola Gay, which dropped the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 said that concerns over secrecy led to a secret plan being drawn up to bomb both Germany and Japan at the same time.

The Economy

US Airways Files for Chapter 11
US Airways, hard hit by the drop off in travel after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday

Asian companies buy bankrupt Global Crossing
Global Crossing sold itself for $250 million on Friday to the same Asian companies that tried to buy the fiber-optic network company for three times as much when it first filed for bankruptcy.

National Security and the Military

Rumsfeld Weighs New Covert Acts by Military Units
This expansion of the military's involvement in clandestine activities could be justified, Pentagon officials believe, by defining it as "preparation of the battlefield" in a campaign against terrorism that knows no boundaries.

Pentagon battles waning morale
Morale has collapsed at the Pentagon division that churns out pivotal policy papers to run the war on terrorism

Fearing Theft, U.S. Plans to Relocate Nuclear Fuel
The United States is moving rapidly toward shipping tons of bomb-grade plutonium and uranium out of a vulnerable laboratory in New Mexico

Threat prompts security boost on Golden Gate Bridge
Various state and federal law enforcement officials increased patrols on and around the Golden Gate Bridge on Sunday after bridge district officials learned of a potential terrorist threat 11 months after attacks on New York and Washington.

Politics

Democratic war chests get boost from Hillary
Mrs. Clinton's leadership political action committee, HILLPAC, has donated $469,000 to Senate and House Democratic candidates in this election cycle

The "War on Terror" and the Terrorists

CIA seeking training camps for Palestinian forces
The CIA team which visited the region and formulated a plan for security reforms in the Palestinian Authority has started to look for sites at which new Palestinian security men are to train

World News

Pope backs Mid-East peace force
Pope John Paul ll has lent his support to the creation of an international peacekeeping force to try to bring an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Iraq offers UN new deal
Saddam tells MP arms inspectors can return

Colombia Declares State of Emergency Amid Violence
Uribe, who was sworn in on Wednesday accompanied by a salvo of leftist rebel mortar shells in Bogota that killed 20 people, also decreed an emergency tax to allow the government to raise $778.5 million to fund a military build-up.

Killing Of Unwanted Baby Girls Continues In India
The killing of baby girls in India is continuing, both inside and outside the womb, despite new legislation banning the use of ultrasound tests to determine the sex of unborn children

Yasser Arafat: Nazi trained
The mufti secretly imported a former Nazi commando officer into Egypt to teach Mr. Arafat and other teenage recruits the fine points of guerrilla warfare. Mr. Arafat learned his lessons well; the mufti was so proud of him he even pretended the two of them were blood relations.

Woman Commits Suicide at the Croc Pool
A woman committed suicide by jumping into a pool of more than 100 crocodiles in front of a shocked crowd of tourists at a Samut Prakan zoo yesterday.

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

Islam takes root in Mexico
The new adherents to Islam in Chiapas are almost all Maya who were once Protestants

Ranger killed in shootout on border
Death linked to hit squad that killed 4, officials say

Gov't dismisses U.S. concerns of narcoterrorism in Mexico
The Mexican government on Friday rejected the comments of U.S. drug czar Asa Hutchinson, who said his country is concerned about the possibility of Mexican drug cartels funding terrorist organizations.

Federal Judge Lets Undocumented Worker Seek Damages From Employer
A federal judge has ruled that an undocumented worker who sued his boss for unpaid wages can seek damages from the employer, who allegedly reported him to immigration officials.

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Science,Technology and Health

Cloned Cattle Produce Human Antibodies
Scientists reported yesterday that they had produced cloned calves that made human antibodies in their blood.

Alarm at gender-bending chemicals on humans and animals
Strong evidence links reproductive abnormalities and population declines in some species of birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians with the chemicals, known as hormone disrupters or EDCs (endocrine-disrupting chemicals).

Study linking autism to MMR is published
One of the scientists who believes that there may be a connection between autism and the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine has published new research suggesting a link.

Stem cell challenge
Intel founder gives UCSF $5 million, urges other donors to match it

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

China: Meet the "Burn Team" at the World's Largest Crematory
Today, about eight million Chinese die each year and the number is creeping higher as the population ages. By 2040, 20 percent of China's 1.3 billion people will be over the age of 65.

Georgia accuses Russia of incursion
Georgia said Russian troops had crossed into the Kodori gorge in western Georgia with troops from the breakaway region of Abkhazia.

Second Amendment

Malaysia: Stricter checks on gun-permit holders
More than 80,000 people have been asked to justify their need to carry arms

You Are 6 Times More Likely to Be Mugged in London than in NYC
In 1997, after the Dublane Massacre, Britain outlawed all handguns. The penalty is 10 years in prison. However, this has not decreased gun crime, but encouraged it

Pepper Spray Permits in MA
Female mace applicants pack precinct after latest assault

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