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UN nuclear watchdog rebuts claims that Iran is trying to make A-bomb
The UN nuclear watchdog is preparing to publish evidence that Iran is not engaged in a nuclear weapons programme, undermining a warning of possible military action from President George Bush.
Bush raises option of using force against Iran
"As I say, all options are on the table. The use of force is the last option for any president and you know, we've used force in the recent past to secure our country," he told state-owned Israel Channel One television.
Germany rejects Iran military option
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder has rejected the threat of military force against Iran, hours after US President George Bush said he would consider it as a last resort to press Tehran to give up its nuclear program.
Bush: U.S., Israel united in making sure Iran doesn't get nuclear weapons
In the interview, Bush said the United States and Israel "are united in our objective to make sure that Iran does not have a weapon."
Iran warns Bush against attack
Israeli hawks circle Iran's N-plants
China opposes taking Iran to UNSC for oil deals
US presses UN action against Iran
Bush: Iranian leader likely to get U.S. visa
The Secret Border Wars
While the threat of terrorists attacking the US is regularly one of the top news headlines on a daily basis, real terror that has already claimed the lives of 600 people this year is being routinely ignored or downplayed by the mainstream media.
Former DEA Agent: Mexican Commandos Killing In South West US To Protect Bush Drug Cartel
Border Police Chief Only Latest Casualty In Mexico Drug War
US renews Mexico travel warning as killings mount
U.S. consulate reopens in violent Mexican border city
U.S. agent accused of aiding illegals
Men who shot Border Patrol agents wore black military-style garb
Mexican commandos seek control of border
U.S. officials say Zetas (Mexican Commandos) have killed in Texas
US-trained Mexican commandos pose threat to authorities
NORAD CONDUCTS TERROR DRILL
Roanoke emergency officials participate in mock terror drill
Las Vegas Terror Drill
Immunization drill to practice preparation for emergency
Multiple agencies collaborate in anti-terror training exercise
Homeland security sting
Terror drill tests local emergency readiness
Run for the Border
The politics of immigration are changing. On Friday Bill Richardson, the nation's only Hispanic governor, declared a "state of emergency" in four New Mexico border counties due to "a chaotic situation involving illegal alien smuggling and illegal drug shipments."
Texas Becomes a Majority-Minority State
Texas has become the fourth state to have a non-white majority population, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday, a trend driven by a surging number of Hispanics moving to the state.
70,000 Stranded at Heathrow Over Labor Spat
At least 70,000 travelers were left stranded Friday as British Airways canceled all flights to and from Heathrow Airport after catering staff, baggage handlers and other ground crew walked off the job in wildcat strikes at the height of the summer tourism season.
Blair's power to go to war comes under assault on two fronts
CENTURIES-OLD powers that allow the prime minister to take Britain to war without parliamentary consent will be challenged this autumn by an influential committee of peers.
Tributes pour in for MP Cook
Malaysia haze crisis worsens as air turns unhealthy
U.S. missions reopen in Saudi following threat
Is China building aircraft carrier?
Chinese shipyard workers have been repairing a badly damaged ex-Russian aircraft carrier and have repainted it with the country's military markings, raising the question of whether China is about to field its first carrier, reports Jane's Defense.
Britain Joins US In Lifting Nuke Sanctions On India
Scientists aim for lab-grown meat
An international research team has proposed new techniques that may lead to the mass production of meat reared not on the farm, but in the laboratory.
Web access may be as close as an electrical outlet
The idea seems simple: Millions of miles of power lines already run to nearly every home in the United States. Just send an Internet signal through them and everyone can be connected.
Meteor 'Outburst' Expected Friday Morning
Monsanto files patent for new invention: the pig
Abortion Pill Investigated in Four California Deaths
Health officials are investigating whether there are any links in the cases of four California women — at least two in Los Angeles County — who have died since 2003 of massive infection after taking the so-called abortion pill, RU-486, and a follow-up drug.
Glamour Magazine Disinforms Readers about Abortion-Cancer Link, Says the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer
"We challenge Glamour to find just one scientist who has disproved the biological explanation for the link," declared Malec. "No scientist dares to challenge the explanation because it makes good physiological sense."
Awake After 20 Years, Sarah Speaks
Hundreds of Fetutses, Stillborn Babies Discovered In Paris Hospital
Tattletale America: Truck Drivers, Janitors, Exterminators etc. Training to Be Citizen Spies
All across America, people who have jobs working with the public are being trained to spy on the businesses and people they serve.
More than half of jails in England are too full
More than half the jails in England and Wales are dangerously overcrowded and the conditions could be contributing to the number of prisoner suicides, a penal reform group warned last night.
US shoots ahead in stun gun design
WEAPONS designed to fire "electric bullets" into crowds are being developed for police and border protection agencies in the US.
Feds Push Flier Background Checks
Just weeks after congressional investigators found that officials in charge of a new airline passenger-screening system violated a federal privacy law, the Department of Homeland Security is pushing Congress to reduce oversight of the program
Police State Wants to Search Grandma's Bags, Yet Can't Stop a Common Criminal
Hawks agree with liberals – Blair's laws are too much
Police: 3 Men 'Suspiciously' Videotaping At Santa Monica Pier
Gov.UK preps ID card contracts
Deputy fires Taser at 14 yr old girl accused of having knife
Censored by MSNBC: Firefighter reported WTC basement explosions
The FDNY released this week audio recordings and oral histories of the events of 9/11. Though many tapes were held back, there should be some interesting stuff that made it out, nevertheless.
FDNY releasing Sept. 11 papers, recordings
Bush slaps down top general after he calls for troops to be pulled out of Iraq
Gen George Casey, the US ground commander in Iraq, was given his dressing-down after he briefed that troop levels - now 138,000 - could be reduced by 30,000 in the early months of next year as Iraqi security forces take on a greater role.
Perjury, Obstruction of Justice and Financing the 9/11 Attacks: Have Leading Figures in the Bush Administration Really Been Indicted?
On Friday 12th August 2005 Alex Jones interviewed investigative journalist Tom Flocco, who has written for World Net Daily and many other major publications, was in attendance at many of the 9/11 whitewash Commission meetings and has broken many big stories in recent years.
Is Bush Out of Control?
In fact, George W. Bush’s mood swings have become so drastic that White House emails often contain “weather reports” to warn of the President’s demeanor. “Calm seas” means Bush is calm while “tornado alert” is a warning that he is pissed at the world.
Are Half of All Americans Mentally Ill?
Critics say that's crazy, and that it won't be long before all human quirks and flaws are classified as mental disorders.
Atta may have been identified as threat a year before Sept. 11
Washington lobbyist Abramoff, associate indicted in Florida
9/11 panel omitted Atta reference
Wireless World: Chips track license plates
A controversial plan to embed radio frequency identification chips in license plates in the United Kingdom also may be coming to the United States, experts told UPI's Wireless World.
Bush signs bill creating electronic prescription monitoring
The new law creates a grant program for states to create databases and enhance existing ones in hopes of ending the practice of "doctor shopping" by drug abusers seeking multiple prescriptions. It would authorize $60 million for the program through fiscal 2010.
'Digital birth ID' stirs privacy debate
Imagine a virtual "thumbprint" that attaches your time and place of birth to your photo and iris scans — one of millions collected, warehoused and monitored by the watchful eye of Big Brother.
Facebook to Grow College Sites to 2,000
College social networking directory Facebook.com has announced plans to expand its base network of college sites from 832 schools to more than 2,000 by this fall.
Is VOIP Wiretapping a Privacy Threat?
Has the Federal Communications Commission radically enhanced the powers of law enforcement with its new regulation to allow for Internet wiretapping, as some civil libertarians have been suggesting? Maybe.
Critics Slam Net Wiretapping Rule
Radio ID tags stir privacy concerns
Security cameras proliferate in Manhattan
All were surveillance cameras and -- to the dismay of civil libertarians and with the approval of law enforcement -- they've been multiplying at a dizzying rate all over Manhattan.
Speed cameras nab 30,000 drivers
Ofcom gives RFID a licence-free hand
CCTV video mixes maps and images
Homeland Insecurity: Big Brother Is Watching You
CAFTA will destroy the American middle class
Well, if you thought the middle class was shrinking after the first wave of exporting jobs, then you haven't seen anything yet. The Central American Free Trade Agreement is built, initially, for the U.S. to eliminate trade barriers with Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Globalist financial policies pushing America and the world into depression
CAFTA: Widespread Harm to Workers in the US, Central America
Oil-for-food inquiry claims Sevan took $150,000 in payments
LEARN THE TERRIFYING SECRET THAT HOLDS THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD IN ITS GRASP
Cherie for MP, says Clinton
Torture complaint challenges Iraq constitution
Iraq's draft constitution will enshrine democracy, its framers and their U.S. sponsors say; but allegations on Monday of torture in prisons raised troubling questions over human rights in the new Iraq.
Myers: Release Of Abu Ghraib Prison Photos Could Cause Riots
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff warns that releasing photos and videotapes of detainee abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison could have serious consequences.
U.S. Lowers Sights On What Can Be Achieved in Iraq
The Bush administration is significantly lowering expectations of what can be achieved in Iraq, recognizing that the United States will have to settle for far less progress than originally envisioned
Audit: Iraq fraud drained $1 billion
Saddam may face speedy execution
Early Pullout Unlikely In Iraq
Officials See Risk in the Release of Images of Iraq Prisoner Abuse
Death toll among part-time troops in Iraq soared in early August
Gun use spans generations and puts a spin on life
Just ask Megan Westervelt, a recent graduate of Durango High School: "Our whole history is guns. We're here where we are because of guns."
U.S. gun rights at issue in UN effort
The United Nations' efforts to stem international gun running could impede the rights of U.S. gun owners
Bush defends refusal to meet Cindy Sheehan "I think it’s important for me to go on with my life"
On Friday, Bush’s motorcade drove by the protest site en route to a Republican fund-raising event at a nearby ranch. As Bush rolled by, Sheehan held a sign that said, "Why do you make time for donors and not for me?"
Bush: I sympathize, but we can't pull out
Bush ducks mother of dead soldier
Pro-Bush and anti-Iraq war demonstrators square off in Texas
Hundreds of demonstrators against the war in Iraq squared of with others rallying in support of President George W. Bush, outside Bush's vacation home.
Stories From the Front: The only way to support our troops is to bring them home from this mess -- now.
Not only are the backend policies of retention shady, but the front-end policies of recruiting our vulnerable youth are often downright unethical.
The Sliming Of Iraq Mom Cindy Sheehan...
The right-wing media is working overtime to discredit Iraq mom Cindy Sheehan, who is protesting outside President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Tex.
Mom's Protest Riles Gun-Toting Neighbor
While about 60 in Sheehan's group held a religious service Sunday morning, a nearby landowner, Larry Mattlage, fired his shotgun twice into the air. Sheriff's deputies and Secret Service agents rushed to his house but did not arrest him. "I ain't threatening nobody, and I ain't pointing a gun at nobody," Mattlage said. "This is Texas."
Cindy Sheehan's Non-Blood Related Neo-Con Relative Side with Bush over Her and Her Dead Son
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Ten in court over failed bomb attacks
Ten people will appear in court today charged in connection with the failed July 21 attacks in London.
Britain bars Muslim cleric
Britain's Home Office on Friday barred Muslim cleric Omar Bakri from returning to the country after his arrest in Lebanon.
'Threats to UK security' detained
Freed biochemist says he knew suicide bombers
An Egyptian biochemist who was held for 25 days in Cairo on suspicion of involvement in the first London suicide bomb attacks revealed details of his relationship with two of the bombers yesterday as he was released from custody.
City terror attack 'inevitable'
It is only a matter of time before London's financial centre is attacked by terrorists, police believe.
Orwellian Doublethink In London
After the bombings, some Londoners try to psychologically justify living in tyranny.
ALEX JONES LONDON FACT-FINDING MISSION PHOTO GALLERY
FBI warns of attacks around September
It warned that terrorist would seek to hijack petrol or oxygen tankers or trucks and ram them into a fuel station to cause major explosions.
Officials Warn of Possibility of Attack Around Sept. 11
Package From 'Bin Laden' On Orlando Bus Investigated
'Australian accent' heard in militant broadcast
Militant video seems authentic: Downer
Potential ‘lone wolf’ attackers concern police
Scotland Yard 'Not Interested' In Talking To 7/7 Bomb Mastermind
Scotland Yard police headquarters said on 7 August that detectives were not interested in speaking to Aswat about the London attacks.
7/7 Bombings Final Word: Her Majesty's Terrorist Network
Saudis warned UK of London attacks
Bombing Mastermind Aswat Works for MI-6
Zambia Deports Terror Suspect to Britain
Zambia deported on Sunday a Briton who has been questioned in connection with the July 7 London transit bombings and is suspected of links to al-Qaida, a senior Zambian official said.
Three remanded over failed London bombings
N.Y. - D.C. Trains Boost Security
In the latest in a series of security measures taken since the London bombing cases, the New York Police Department has teamed with other East Coast forces to beef up protection of passenger trains traveling between New York and Washington.
Hundreds more armed police to join London's terror fight
As many as 400 more armed police could be patrolling London after last month's massive anti-terror operations in the capital raised fears the police were being over-stretched.
(Global) Police agree on shoot-to-kill rules
Police group oks shooting suicide bombers in head
Arrests at Parliament protest ban
ATTACK ON LONDON:
7/7 Mock Terror Drill: What Relationship to the Real Time Terror Attacks?
A fictional "scenario" of multiple bomb attacks on London's underground took place at exactly the same time as the bomb attack on July 7, 2005.
Probability of 7/7 Drill and Attack Coinciding
One chance in 3,715,592,613, 265,750, 000,000,000,000,
London Underground Exercises: Peter Power Responds
New Developments In London Underground Exercise Story
How the Government Staged the London Bombings in Ten Easy Steps
Dubya on the Defensive
"The economy is good, but it hasn't improved for everybody," said Mark Zandi, chief economist of Economy.com, an economics research firm. "The gains have predominantly gone to higher-income and higher net-worth households. Lower net-worth households are still struggling."
U.S. Economy: Trade Deficit Swelled to $58.8 Billion in June
Poll: Many Fear Financial Hit of Gas Prices
Oil charges to $66 on capacity worries
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