AP | Bill’s “intricate rules” leave many veterans facing “a bewildering battle to exercise the benefits they’ve already fought for.”
WorldTribune.com | U.S. aims to raise number of visas issued annually, particularly to Saudi nationals.
The Star-Ledger | “Insurers could end up paying out as much as $25 billion to cover damage…”
aljazeera.com | Killed in south-central Yemen following a strike from an unmanned aircraft.
911blogger.com | We need to keep confronting monsters.
ABC News | “Hearing in the case is scheduled for January but the trial is expected to be at least a year away.”
Kurt Nimmo | Fallacious and vicious neocon war rhetoric has claimed its latest victim.
Mount Vernon Patch | Visit all of the sites allegedly attacked by cave-dwelling terrorists.
Time | First responders “may be at increased risk of prostate cancer, thyroid cancer, and myeloma,” new study finds.
Wall Street Journal | Annual cost of running museum and memorial: $60 million. Staging attack to get Americans on board with war: priceless.
The Onion | Santa: “Dear children, have you not heard? Why, 9/11 was an inside job! Oh, ho, ho, my, yes it was!”
Newsday | “…it wouldn’t be the first time New York rushed to pass laws after a tragic event.”
AP | Study “raises more questions than it answers.”
NJ.com | Firefighters say no flag means site is now tourist attraction, not memorial
rt.com | A stretch of road in Missouri is about to become a little cleaner and whole lot more controversial.
David Chmiel | The data from the new study was gathered after 55,700 people, including rescue and recovery workers at the World Trade Center site.
redorbit.com | 19 percent higher incidence of all cancers for exposed firefighters.
ABC News | Disclosed to the filmmakers the identity of a member of SEAL Team Six, although SEAL in question not involved in infamous raid.
AP | 9/11 terrorists’ flight instructor jailed without bond in Texas on drug trafficking charges.
Daily Caller | Release came Friday afternoon and was buried under a wave of news about the brutal murder spree in Connecticut.
Post-Gazette.com | Judge approves request by U.S. government to “limit disclosure of classified information about ‘sources, methods and activities’ used in fighting terrorism.”
NY Times | Two police officers and another win enhanced benefits after they were sickened by their work at the World Trade Center site after the Sept. 11 demolitions.
NBC | “St. Louis 9/11 Questions Meetup Group” adopts a highway, much to the chagrin of 9/11 official story believers.
RT.com | Dangerous mold and asbestos make the project to rebuild even more daunting.
Observer.com | New slew of anti-Muslim ads will soon hit NY subways and Metro stations.
New York Post | Nearly two years after Obama signed, no one has gotten a dime.
Underground Documentaries | The debate is OVER! 911 was an inside job.
Discovery News | “Al-Qaeda didn’t disappear after Osama Bin-Laden’s death in 2011, it just evolved into something new…”
KQED.org | Skills, but no certification.
CNET | Director of National Intelligence: “We have had our 9/11 warning. Are we going to wait for the cyber equivalent of the collapse of the World Trade Centers?”
The New American | Anwar al-Awlaki wasn’t quite as elusive as he was portrayed by the U.S. government.
Reuters | The FBI is known to recruit patsies and encourage them to engage in terror plots.
Washington’s Blog | Yet Another Line of Evidence Shows Demolition.
Saman Mohammadi | Does the global 9/11 truth and justice movement have an ally in Egypt’s president and aspiring dictator, Mohamed Morsi?
Sky News | In commenting on this report, DOJ stated that it has no plans to transfer detainees to the United States.
Observer.com | Motorcycle, sadly, will receive more attention than the discovery of nano-thermite at the 9/11 demolition site.
Parkridge.Patch.com | I-beam memorial will cost the city $200,000; meanwhile, mum’s the word on WTC 7 collapse.
military.com | Pentagon says it provides ample transparency for the trials through news coverage.
Truth and Shadows | Screenwriter says both Harrelson and Sheen had agreed to appear, although not signed officially.
Foreign Policy Journal | Before leaving position, Freeh was responsible for overseeing more than a dozen failures related to “Islamic” terrorism and alleged 9/11 hijackers.
Paul Craig Roberts | Osama bin Laden’s sensational denial was not reported by the US print and TV media.
USA Today | Blackberry devices worked after 9/11, while other east coast cellphone networks jammed.
Businessweek | Heavy-handed U.S. response to 9/11 puts even more lives at risk—on the roads.
Reuters | Still no word on why building 7 was pre-wired for demolition.
911blogger.com | Ferdinando Imposimato is the Honorary President of the Supreme Court of Italy and a former Senator.
Bernama.com.my | Former Prime Minister of Malaysia says 9/11 “divided the world into Muslim and non-Muslim.”
NJ1015.com | Bogus charity operators have been ordered to disgorge $121,116.
AFP | New fighting and a crackdown on women not wearing veils by Islamist militants.
hindustantimes.com | Ayman al-Zawahiri has urged Muslims to work together to liberate “Muslim lands.”
reuters.com | Petraeus told House of Representatives intelligence committee “there were extremists in the group” that launched attack on diplomatic mission.