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Police State

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.

Unlimited Presidential Powers
The Justice Department all but told a federal judge this week to take his legitimate concerns about civil liberties and stuff them in the garbage pail. The Bush administration seems to believe, on no good legal authority, that if it calls citizens combatants in the war on terrorism, it can imprison them indefinitely and deprive them of lawyers

National program trains truckers to watch for signs of terrorist activity
A national program turns truck drivers into eyes and ears on the lookout for signs of terrorist activity

Ohio Database keeps DNA from cleared suspects
Quietly and without fanfare, the state of Ohio for three years has collected DNA profiles from people cleared of crimes.

How Big Brother Foists Invasive Regulations on the Public
Deliberate Obfuscation

TX Rally demands police accountability
A few dozen protesters assembled in front of Houston Police Department headquarters Wednesday and demanded an end to the recent rash of killings by law enforcement in Harris County and better accountability for the officers involved

Ex-cop gets 3 years in molestation case
Hobart officer fondled 9-year-old Portage girl at his home.

Loving Big Brother Reunites Dog with Family
The New World Order will save you

Operation TIPS Trips Up?
I.C. Smith, who spent 25 years at the FBI, says TIPS information could actually distract investigators. "I think it has very little law enforcement benefit. In fact I think it actually has probably more of a down side than a benefit," Smith said.

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New World Order

UN Move to ban small arms in Africa
Countries in East and Central Africa may move to ban the civilian ownership of small arms in a bid to fight insecurity in the region

UN urges West African arms ban
A UN official has said that West African countries should make possession of weapons by civilians an offence.

US News

2nd Explosion Caught on Tape on Newly-Revealed Undercover 9-11 Tape
The FBI has an undercover tape that captures the chaos and terror of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center

WorldCom Uncovers Another $3.3 Billion in Faulty Accounting
WorldCom also warned it may find more accounting problems as it continues an internal investigation.

NY's Mayor Wants to Ban Smoking in Restaurants and Bars
The administration is expected to ask the City Council next week to outlaw smoking in the roughly 13,000 establishments not covered by the current anti-smoking law, which permits smoking in bars and in restaurants with fewer than 35 seats

Govt. Property Theft Skyrockets
A report released Thursday said the U.S. Customs Service lost 2,251 computers between 1999 and 2001.

NY Mom: "I was told to dope my kid"
A 12-year-old upstate boy says the trusted educators in his local school forced him to take a cocktail of drugs that turned him into a psychotic who heard voices in his head.

Minnesota prison infringed workers rights
Prison officials in Minnesota violated the constitutional rights of three state employees who were punished for reading their Bibles during a diversity training session on homosexuality

16 Charged in Child Porn Ring
Ten Americans and six foreigners were charged Friday with taking sexually explicit photographs of their own children or children in their care and sending them over the Internet to an international child pornography ring

The Economy

US productivity growth rate slows sharply
US worker productivity grew slightly more than expected in the second quarter, but the pace was sharply lower than in the first three months, another indication that the economic recovery has lost steam.

National Security and the Military

Experts question Fort Bragg investigation
A domestic violence expert who advises the Pentagon said Thursday that the military should look into whether an anti-malaria drug associated with aggression and suicidal thinking could have triggered any of the recent incidents in which Fort Bragg soldiers are suspected of killing their wives and, in two of the cases, also killed themselves.

Anthrax probe seems to intensify
''Progress is being made,'' Ashcroft said in his fifth-floor suite at the Justice Department. ''But until you cross the thresholds of information that will provide the basis for action, it may be that the progress doesn't mean a lot."

White House Security Tightened
The Secret Service, fearing the possibility of truck bombs, is banning trucks and all street parking on several blocks that run alongside the White House complex.

The Slowly Changing Face of the CIA Spy
Recruits Eager to Fight Terror Are Flooding In, but Few Look the Part


Bush Economic Forum to Exclude Critics
The economic forum President Bush is staging in Texas next week will feature several wealthy Republican donors and will exclude vocal opponents of his policies

The "War on Terror" and the Terrorists

"E-bomb" may see first combat use in Iraq
Weapons designed to attack electronic systems and not people could see their first combat use in any military attack on Iraq.

FBI Sends Profilers to Guantanamo
The FBI has sent a team of behavioral scientists to create psychological profiles of suspected Al Qaeda imprisoned at the U.S. Naval Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

World News

UK Toddlers asked to grade teachers
Toddlers who have barely learnt to take their first step will soon be sitting in judgment on their teachers.

Britain is losing Britain
Is immigration in Britain out of control? Our correspondent, an immigrant's son, says it is — causing social tension, cultural clashes and economic strain

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

Fox Will Head New Agency for Mexico Migrants
President Vicente Fox, answering criticism that he had tuned out the voices of Mexican immigrants in the United States, announced the creation of a Cabinet-level agency Tuesday to lobby for the interests of Mexico's 22 million citizens abroad.

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Science,Technology and Health

Software buries secrets in printed pictures
Software that could invisibly hide your signature and fingerprints in your passport mugshot has been developed in Israel

Genes Inserted Into Crops Spread to Other Species
Researchers have demonstrated that genetically modified crops can spread their new genes to wild plants, with unpredictable and possibly uncontrollable effects

US May Set Guidelines for Biotech-Free Crops
Amid growing global demand for biotech-free food, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Tuesday it may create a voluntary system to verify if shipments of U.S. corn, soybeans and other crops were genetically altered.

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

Russia To Keep Nuke Missile Trains
Russia's nuclear-arms reduction efforts will not include one of its arsenal's most menacing components - a unit of trains that can carry up to 15 intercontinental ballistic missiles

Second Amendment
Homicides rise 36 percent in D.C.
The homicide rate in Washington surged 36 percent this year, but local officials insist it doesn't harken a return to the days when the city was known as the nation's "murder capital."

That Brady Lady: The Real Terrorist Threat
Brady recently acquired a rifle, breaking gun control laws that would have landed you and me in jail...

VA Activists want guns in parks
Gun owners are lobbying Attorney General Jerry Kilgore to help them win authority to carry concealed weapons into state parks.

NH: Police information gathering called illegal
Medical histories requested for pistol permits

UK: Fears over toys which could get a child shot
Concerns over "Replica Guns"

PA: Bill would limit guns
Brooks, R-149, plans on introducing legislation this autumn that would limit citizens from buying more than one handgun a month.

Jamaican Verson on TIPS Helps Get Firearms Confiscated
The program "Get the Guns" campaign, initiated on February 14 with the Ministry of National Security's co-operation, was credited with the recovery of 21 illegal firearms ranging from handguns to high-powered rifles.


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