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former Lyndon B. Johnson Lawyer, McClellan says in a book his boss was behind the conspiracy to Assasinate JFK
'LBJ did it'
'For too long, many researchers have known Johnson was behind the conspiracy. No one has been able to say it. Stated simply, LBJ killed JFK,' said Mr Barr McClellan, who represented LBJ and his interests from 1966 to 1971.
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and US President George W Bush have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by a Norwegian politician.
Brazil, U.S. eyeing 'a la carte' FTAA
Palm Beach Post
As talks to implement the Free Trade Area of the Americas opened Monday, Brazil and the United States appeared to be on friendlier terms and moving toward a scaled-down version of the proposed pact.
UN Group Seeks Control of the Internet
Governments spearheaded by China, Brazil, India, Russia and Saudi Arabia are trying to place the Internet under the control of the United Nations or its member governments
Speedy trial guarantees to be suspended in Miami for trade talks
The Florida Supreme Court's chief justice ordered Thursday that guarantees for speedy trials and court hearings will be suspended temporarily in Miami-Dade County because of next week's free trade meetings.
Bush pushes for cybercrime treaty
Civil libertarians have objected to the treaty ever since it became public in early 2000, arguing that it would endanger privacy rights and grant too much power to government investigators
Judge: Police Trick to Obtain DNA OK
Seattle police didn't break the law when they tricked a suspect in an unsolved 1982 rape-murder into providing a DNA sample by getting him to lick an envelope, a judge ruled.
Canada to Create
domestic security unit -- Concept would be similar to U.S. Department of Homeland Security
The Ottowa Citizen
Canada will develop a comprehensive national security policy to deal with the continuing threat of terrorism, says prime minister-to-be Paul Martin.
Walk into any classroom in Biloxi and your every move is being watched. In fact, in all of America this school system may be unique. There's a camera in every classroom.
Students fight Deibold
A federal judge in San Jose, Calif., heard arguments in a lawsuit brought by student activists seeking to disseminate internal documents from Diebold Election Systems, an Ohio company that sells e-voting software.
Bush Approval at 50%, Tied for Lowest of Presidency
The poll, conducted Nov. 14-16, finds Bush's approval rating identical to that measured two months ago, Sept. 19-21, 50% approve to 47% disapprove, which was the worst rating recorded during his presidency. Prior to that Bush's term-low rating was a 51% score in a poll conducted immediately before the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Bill Clinton to become fashion model
Bill Clinton is reportedly set to become the face of a men's clothing brand based in China.
The former US president will be paid around £1.3million to model for Fapai, in Wenzhou, eastern China.
We've Seen This Before: University Student Made Hate Crimes Up
The Daily Northwestern
Evanston police arrested a Communication freshman Monday and charged him with felony disorderly conduct, alleging he lied about two hate crimes to bring attention to race relations on campus.
Lying about Terri Schiavo
The Village Voice
The reporting on the fierce battle for the life of 39-year-old Terri Schiavo has been the worst case of this kind of journalistic malpractice I've seen.
U.S.'s 'Iron Hammer' code name 1st used by Nazis
The U.S. military's code name for a crackdown on resistance in Iraq was also used by the Nazis for an aborted operation to damage the Soviet power grid during World War Two.
Bush mounts strong defence of Iraq war
Mr Bush, who arrived on Tuesday evening on the first state visit by a US president in more than 80 years, used an address at Banqueting House in central London to argue that history has shown that nations are right to resort to war to defend peace and values.
U.S. Occupation Launches Media Offensive
As American troops step up their attacks on Iraqi resistance, U.S. occupation officials also are launching a media offensive under pressure from the White House to do a better job promoting the military campaign against insurgents
over the last decade, U.S. immigration officials repeatedly allowed suspected terrorists to become U.S. citizens, even when they were under FBI investigation — and it continued after 9/11.
American law enforcement officials are investigating the deadly takeover of a Moscow theater last year by Chechen rebels to determine whether Al Qaeda was involved and whether criminal charges should be brought in the United States
Yemen's government on Sunday freed 92 followers of the al-Qaida terrorist network who have repented, a Yemeni judge responsible for dialogue with suspected terrorists said.
China warns Taiwan 'risking war'
China has warned that Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian "risks war" if he launches any independence bid.
Truancy Sweep Across England to Keep School Children from Protesting Bush
A new wave of truancy sweeps has been launched across England, as speculation grows that children will miss school to protest against President Bush's visit.
Bush security bubble covers England
was fully enveloped in the "Bush security bubble" last night as the capital braced itself for the massive force shielding the United States president during his three-day visit to Britain.
Tabloid: Security Breach at Buckingham Palace
The Daily Mirror newspaper, claiming to have exposed a security breach at Buckingham Palace, said its reporter had been given full access to Queen Elizabeth II's residence on his first day on the job two months ago
Bush Takes Blair for Walkies
"Tony Blair's puppy love for George W. Bush is bringing the Prime Minister half an inch away from removal from office. Like Margaret Thatcher, he faces revolt within his own party. They believe he lied to get Britain into Bush's war in Iraq .
UK to Make MI5 Web Site Its Outlet for Terror Tips
Britain will make the secretive counter-espionage agency MI5 its public face for terror alerts with the launch next year of a Web site dedicated to threats on UK soil
Human Trials Start on Ebola Victims
volunteer has received the first human inoculation of an experimental vaccine designed to prevent infection by Ebola, a highly lethal African virus that some officials fear could be used as a weapon of bioterrorism.
Polio vaccine may spawn disease
But the disease could resurface as vaccination rates drop off, the new study cautions. The common oral polio vaccine (OPV) contains a live virus that can mutate into a disease-causing form and spread.
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