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and the Police State
get OK to use CIA methods
commandos hunting Taliban and al Qaeda guerrillas in Afghanistan
have gained permission to employ new clandestine tactics that typically
are confined to the CIA in the shadows of war.
Lines Found Cut at Camp LeJeune Exercises
authorities again Tuesday said that safety and security procedures
were sound despite the sabotage of 13 parachutes
groups are blocking efforts to develop a national system to trace
food to its source because they fear lawsuits if consumers become
Did DC Police
Go Too Far?
Experts Debate Legality of Mass Arrests
for Big Brother and How Much People Love the New Tyranny:
Just 1 in 5 Feels Rights Violated
Vast Majority of Americans Say War on Terror Isn't War on Them
Plans to Gas US Citizens
The Department of
Defense has petitioned the UN for a ruling on the use of its new
compressed high potency Valium gas for the purposes of domestic
penalty over fishing knife reduced
Parents of a Colleyville
Middle School sixth-grader declared a win over the Grapevine-Colleyville
district's zero-tolerance policy after their son was handed the
minimum punishment Monday for bringing a fishing knife to school.
agency coordinates defense
Tuesday, a single command will direct the military defense of America's
homeland for the first time since George Washington led the Continental
Army during the Revolutionary War. The Pentagon's Northern Command
will be activated at ceremonies Tuesday at its new headquarters
here on the edge of the Great Plains.
Command was created in the wake of Sept. 11, when the nation's leaders
had to turn to multiple military agencies - instead of one - in
a time of national crisis.
team criticizes state proposal for DNA registry
University of Miami bioethics team has urged the Florida Department
of Children & Families to drop a controversial plan to collect
DNA samples -- using a cheek swab -- from all 45,000 children in
eyes information failure
officials might have been able to stop two Sept. 11 hijackers previously
linked to al-Qaida if they had been alerted by intelligence agencies
Iraqi Connected with 911 Mysteriously Released
Iraqi, suspected of being a terrorist with ties to both al Qaeda
and Saddam Hussein, was arrested in Jordan after Sept. 11 and then
mysteriously released, U.S. intelligence officials said.
families demand WTC collapse data
Rep. Anthony Weiner and families of victims of the 2001 World Trade
Center attack on Monday demanded the release of an immense body
of documentary evidence about the collapse of the twin towers.
White House of ignoring 9/11 warnings
Vice President Al Gore yesterday made his second attack this week
on President Bush's war on terrorism, accusing the administration
of ignoring signs that al Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden
planned to attack the United States on September 11
says FBI, CIA mishandled leads on attacks
FBI and CIA mishandled key intelligence and investigative leads
that could have led to unraveling the September 11 terrorist plot
before it was carried out
DC IT WAS A TARGET
FBI agent investigating Zacarias Moussaoui testified yesterday that
he notified the Secret Service weeks before Sept. 11 that a terror
team might hijack a plane and "hit the nation's capital."
told bureau rejected flight school warnings
FBI Faulted In Search
sure, stupid them...they didn't understand the law...all that law
school for nothing
Military Planners Took Credit for 9/11
after the horrific attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon,
two high-ranking Chinese military planners took credit for the 9/11
attacks and were even hailed as national heroes in China.
Warning in April of 2000
April 2000, a man walked into the FBI field office in Newark and
gave an extraordinary confession. He said he was involved in a plot
by Osama bin Laden to hijack a Boeing 747.
WTC Attack Ahead of 9/11
Minneapolis FBI supervisor said in a pre-Sept. 11 conversation with
headquarters that he wanted to prevent suspicious student pilot
Zacarias Moussaoui from flying a plane into the World Trade Center
of bin Laden followers flight training
last year's September 11 attacks, FBI headquarters in New
York knew several associates of Osama bin Laden had trained at U.S.
Want to Know: What Did Bush Know and When Did He Know It?
lawmakers yesterday pressed the White House to cough up details
about what President Bush knew of terror warnings prior to Sept.
Urged Search for Hijacker
Was Turned Down Before Attacks, Panel Is Told
Revelations about Govt. Prior Knowledge and Involvement in the Attacks
is Available in our More News Section.
Also, Check out Infowars.com's Archived
Prior Knowledge Section
Really Happened and Who Stands to Gain?
Police State News
Brother watching many B.C. students
B.C., 11 school districts have policies about using video surveillance.
But it is impossible to say how many schools have cameras because
districts can install cameras without policies.
terror team a step closer
of Canada's highest-ranking soldiers yesterday said fears that increased
military co-operation with the United States threaten the nation's
sovereignty are misplaced and argued the safety of Canadians depends
on negotiating close ties with America's armed forces.
Piece: Fast track to the new Europe
government must give a stronger lead on EU integration"
EU deal to
exempt US from new world court
European Union has blinked first in a stand-off with the United
States over whether Americans can be tried in the new International
Man Beaten by Child Mob Dies
man savagely beaten with rakes, shovels and baseball bats by a child
mob died Tuesday as authorities held nine youths in custody, and
sought seven more.
fear registration system
General John Ashcroft announced the new programme, the National
Security Entry-Exit Registration System in June.
A source confirmed
the existence of the exploratory talks, which provide insight into
where Parsons might like to take AOL Time Warner
publisher of Rosie magazine is filing a $100 million lawsuit against
former talk show host Rosie O'Donnell for abruptly pulling out of
their business partnership last month.
September is worst since 1937
stock market wound up its worst September since the Great Depression
at 19-year low in Tokyo
Nikkei Stock Average of 225 issues closed at 9,049.33 points on
the Tokyo Stock Exchange Wednesday, down 112.93 points, or 1.23
percent, from Tuesday
Security and the Military
Chic" Check out This Weird Photo
Outfit Complete with a Skeleton around the Neck
Torricelli Pressured To Quit Race
Senator Drop Out?
Baldwin hits the campaign trail
an outspoken liberal and a supporter of the controversial animal
rights activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals,
has become a lightning rod for Republican criticism and often draws
protests at appearances across the country.
Raises Cash for Democrats
Democrats' war chest for their effort to take back control of Congress
was fattened when Barbra Streisand emerged from semiretirement to
headline a Hollywood gala that raised some $6 million.
"War on Terror" and the Terrorists
OK on Iraq nears
leaders emerged from a breakfast meeting Wednesday with President
Bush saying that Congress is likely to pass a resolution that gives
Bush the authority to use military force against Iraq.
and German Forces Conduct Bio-Warfare Drill in Kuwait
two-day exercise focuses on support of a Kuwaiti response to a biological
or chemical incident," it said, referring to the possibility
of Iraqi retaliation against Kuwait in the event of a US strike
to thwart inspectors' return to Iraq
between Iraq and the United Nations hit an immediate snag last night
when Washington said that it would work to block the swift return
of weapons inspectors.
Hit Iraqi Radar in No-Fly Zone
U.S. Central Command said Western warplanes, responding to hostile
acts, Tuesday struck an Iraqi military radar system in the no-fly
zone south of Baghdad.
Would Welcome Hussein Assassination
White House press secretary today said the Bush administration would
welcome the assassination of Saddam Hussein by his countrymen, arguing
that "one bullet" would be a cost-effective way of removing
the threat the Iraqi leader represents.
Bones in Bush's Foreign Policy Closet
have noted that not only the current US president is a Bonesman,
but that also his former-president father and his grandfather, senator
Prescott Bush, are members.
may cost US up to nine billion a month
military operation to topple the Iraqi government could cost the
United States up to nine billion dollars a month, in addition to
the billions of dollars Washington is likely to spend to deploy
troops in the Gulf region
Up Ukraine-Iraq Probe
United States plans to send a team of experts to Ukraine to investigate
whether the former Soviet republic sold a radar system to Iraq and
will consider punitive measures beyond the halt of $54 million in
to Grams to Non-existent
Seized Material Not Uranium
Mexico, and the Border
Noncitizens Should Get Vote, Too
Fault Access To D.C. Services
card expires today, replaced by laser visa
border-crossing card is expected to pass quietly into extinction
today. The card used to be the primary document used by northern
Mexicans to enter the United States, and more than 5 million were
Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants in California
Assembly Bill 60, Los Angeles Democrat Assemblyman Gil Cedillo sought
to change that law so illegal immigrants in the process of legalizing
their immigration status would be able to get a license.
targets English-only work rule
back tribe in 'historic' act
shrinks and splits
ozone hole over Antarctica is markedly smaller this year and has
split in two
swim within distant moons
of water beneath the icy surfaces of distant moons may be far more
common in the outer Solar System than had been thought
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China, Cuba, North Korea
Real Iraq Quandary
Oil Opens U.S. Taps in Texas
U.S. Export-Import Bank said Tuesday it would sign a $100 million
agreement with the oil majors to provide medium- and long-term loans
to buy U.S. equipment and services for exploring, refining and marketing.
Fed Letter Fans Gun-Grabbers' Hopes
on thin ice in their lawsuit against a gun maker, 12 California
municipalities have trotted out a two-year old letter as evidence
that the defendant failed to check on some of the dealers selling
Police reinforce gun, drug control units
police on Tuesday integrated their firearms and drug control sections
Are First Line of Homeland Defense
gun owners believe that true homeland security comes from having
an armed citizenry, and they harbor skepticism about whether President
Bush's proposed homeland security agency will respect gun-owning
civilians enough to include them in homeland security efforts.
to consider anti-gun violence grant application
Oxnard City Council is expected to adopt a resolution today that
will allow the city manager to apply for a $250,000 grant designed
to help reduce gun violence.