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FBI Agent Warned of Suspicious Flight Students Last Summer
Two months before the suicide hijackings, an FBI agent in Arizona alerted Washington headquarters that several Middle Easterners were training at a U.S. Aviation school and recommended contacting other schools nationwide where Arabs might be studying.

AZ FBI Warned of Training in Flight Schools Before 11th
Two months before the suicide hijackings, an FBI agent in Arizona alerted Washington headquarters that several Middle Easterners were training at a U.S. aviation school and recommended contacting other schools nationwide where Arabs might be studying, law enforcement officials said.

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Police State

Ridge eyes biometric national ID
driver's license sounds sooo much better, doesn't it -- don't be fooled by the terminology

Next up--eye scans on driver's licenses?
A bill introduced in the House of Representatives on Wednesday would require states to include biometric features such as retinal scans or fingerprints on encrypted microchips in driver's licenses and state-issued ID cards

PA: Random "Safety" Checkpoints--Said to Insure Safety Belt Compliance, but, of Course, That's Not the Case at All. (And Even if It Were It Would Still Be Police State Unconstitutional Garbage)
"Let me make it clear, the traffic-safety checkpoints are not seat-belt checkpoints," Shaffer said. "We're out there to identify motorists who are unlicensed and vehicles that are unregistered, uninspected or uninsured."

US Physicians Oppose Emergency Health Powers Act

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True Love: European leaders bond with Bush in Washington
President Bush's summit with European leaders at the White House yesterday concluded with expressions of amity that gave barely a hint of the transatlantic rifts which preceded the meeting.

Bush, Europeans Promise More Talks
Bush and the European leaders pledged to abide by World Trade Organization rules in working out their differences over the up to 30 percent border tax that the United States imposed on certain steel imports last month in an effort to protect the beleaguered U.S. steel industry

Kofi Annan to visit Cyprus for reunification talks
The UN secretary-general, Kofi Annan, will travel to Cyprus this month in the hope of forming the outline of an agreement by June to reunify the Mediterranean island after a 27-year split

US News

PA: Bullied by City, family fights for its land
You might say the night Ricky Saha snapped was 30 years in the making.

Three More Firms Sued for Slavery Reparations
A class action lawsuit was filed on Wednesday against three U.S. companies demanding reparations for the decendents of black American slaves from firms that benefited from the slave trade.

Terror Charity Got Fortune 500 Cash
An Islamic charity accused of helping Osama bin Laden has raised thousands of dollars from unsuspecting U.S. companies and their employees through a tax-exempt federal program

Now That the Flag-Waving Has Died Down a Bit, We See Things Returning to Their Former State:
Man Faces Fines For Flying American Flag
Association President: It's A Matter Of Keeping Property Values Up

High school journalist sues after his article is banned
Novato High School senior Andrew Smith alleges the district violated his constitutional right to free speech when they refused to print an article titled "Reverse Racism."

11-Year-Old Honor Student Suspended in Doodle of Teacher
School suspended an 11-year-old girl for drawing two teachers with arrows through their heads, saying the stick figures were more death threat than doodle.

13-Year-Old Boy Nabbed For Alleged Fake $1 Bill
A 13-year-old boy faces felony charges for allegedly buying two soft drinks with a fake $1 bill at his school this week.

ME: Magistrate issues split opinion on Lafortune suit
A federal magistrate says the city's practice of previewing tapes and requiring permission from anyone mentioned on public access cable TV is a form of illegal censorship.

Bush: "I'd Watch Clinton Show"

Chemical/Biological/Nuclear Threat

Ridge: Terrorism Is Here To Stay -- Al Qaeda Terrorists Are Seeking Nukes
Ridge, in an address and question-and-answer session with publishers at The Associated Press annual meeting, said terrorism in America is a "permanent condition" and outlined goals for a long-term security strategy.

Calif. Man Sentenced for Exporting Nuclear Devices
A former U.S. Air Force adviser who fled the United States 16 years ago to avoid prosecution was sentenced in Los Angeles federal court on Monday to 40 months in prison for illegally exporting nuclear triggers to Israel

Montana Lab May Lead Bioterror Defense
A laboratory in Montana's Bitterroot Mountains is on track to become the federal government's fourth Biosafety Level 4 research facility, handling the world's most dangerous microbes to help develop defenses against bioterrorism

The Terrorists

Germany: Al-Qaeda 'plotting to seize hostages in days'
German police are hunting three terrorists who have hatched a plot to take hundreds of hostages in Britain, France and Germany within the next 20 days to force the release of al-Qaeda prisoners in Europe.

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The War on Terrorism
"Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the citizenry into a patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged sword. It both emboldens the blood, just as it narrows the mind.

And when the drums of war have reached a fever pitch and the blood boils with hate and the mind has closed, the leader will have no need in seizing the rights of the citizenry. Rather, the citizenry, infused with fear and blinded by patriotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and gladly so.

How do I know? For this is what I have done. And I am Caesar." -- Julius Caesar

Diocletian's Problem-Reaction-Solution
A further example of how elites throughout history commit acts of terrorism as a pretext to create enemies and corral populations behind a tyrannical agenda

Mass graves found in Afghanistan, group says
Hundreds of men - likely Taliban prisoners killed by their northern alliance captors - are buried in a mass grave in a stark desert in northern Afghanistan, says the U.S.-based Physicians for Human Rights.

Thirty-two Detainees Arrive In Cuba
Looking listless and disoriented, a fresh batch of 32 orange-clad detainees arrived at this bleak military post, reviving the pressing question of when and where the military tribunals to try camp residents will be held.

Pakistani tribes prepare to oppose U.S. incursion
The pursuit of terrorists across the Afghan border could threaten a wider war.

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World News

U.S. joins effort to create Palestine
"The United States and the EU share a common vision of two states, Palestine and Israel, living side by side in peace and security," President Bush told reporters at the White House after meeting with European leaders.

The Loving Royal Monarchy: Prince Philip jokes about the blind and the anorexic
Philip was visiting Exeter Cathedral with his wife as part of her Golden Jubilee tour of Britain when he spotted blind woman Susan Edwards and her guide dog in the crowd waiting for the royal visitors. "Do you know they have eating dogs for the anorexic now?" he asked Edwards.

Sex Slaves
Europe's Trade in Gun, Drugs and Women

UK: Composting Kitchen Scraps Illegal
In the middle of National Compost Week, it has been discovered that throwing potato peelings, teabags or cauliflower leaves on your heap can be illegal.

Unable to withdraw cash from her account, Argentine sets herself ablaze
Unable to circumvent tight government rules limiting cash withdrawals, a 54-year-old Argentine woman set herself ablaze Thursday inside a bank branch in a northern Buenos Aires neighborhood.

Guerrillas, Drugs and Human Rights in U.S.-Colombia Policy, 1988-2002
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Nepal Troops Kill 90 Maoists Rebels
Security forces killed at least 90 Maoist guerrillas overnight in western Nepal, a government official said Friday

Vatican envoy gets tough Israeli reception in Bethlehem church talks
A top Vatican envoy aiming to help end the siege of Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity got a tough reception from the Israeli president, who accused Christians of keeping "silent" over the role of Palestinian gunmen in the standoff.

Report: Arafat Linked to Attacks
Captured Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti has told Israeli interrogators that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat personally approved weapons funding for attacks against Israelis, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's office said Thursday.

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The Economy

Jobless rate hits 8-year high at 6%
The U.S. unemployment rate shot up to an 8-year high of 6 percent in April even as the labor market added jobs for the first time in nine months, the Labor Department reported Friday.

Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

Silly, INS -- Don't You Know the Bush Administration's Aim Is to Keep Our Borders Wide Open?
Bush Refuses INS Appeal for Money

Upper Midwest recognizes the rising tide of immigrants
The influx of immigrants in the predominantly white Upper Midwest during the past decade has communities grappling with a changing culture

US Suspects Mexico Hoarding Water
U.S. officials say that under a 1944 treaty, Mexico owes Texas farmers 1.5 million acre-feet of water. Each acre-foot is enough to cover one acre of land with one foot of water, an amount equivalent to 326,000 gallons.

Mexican Farmers plan to blockade three border bridges
Protest over inability to enforce 1944 U.S.-Mexico water treaty

LA City Panel: Trial acceptance of Mexican ID urged
A Los Angeles city panel said Wednesday the city should, on a six-month trail basis, add an identification card issued by the Mexican consulate to the list of acceptable identification for city services.

CA: State Sued Over Immigrant IDs
The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund sued the state of California on Thursday, claiming that a controversial measure to allow illegal immigrants to obtain driver's licenses inadvertently became law last year and needs to be implemented by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

National Security & The Military

Net Guard Would Function As Virtual National Guard
Two bills to strengthen the nation’s cyberdefenses will come up this month before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.

Weapons Worker Alleges Corners Cut
Management Pressured Workers Into Mishandling Chemical Weapons, Plant Employee Contends

Gulf shootout
A U.S. Navy replenishment ship was threatened by several small boats during an encounter April 23 near Iran

Pentagon May Kill Crusader Artillery Program
The Pentagon said on Thursday it had ordered the U.S. Army to come up with alternatives to its Crusader artillery system, foreshadowing possible cancellation of the $11 billion United Defense Industries program derided by critics as an obsolete Cold War system backed by vested interests.

Rumsfeld Plans to Nix Army Program
Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday he intends to cancel an $11 billion program to develop a new artillery gun for the Army

Unmanned Aircraft Redefines How Military Wages War

Science & Technology

Bread, fries may be cancer risk
French fries, potato chips, breads, cereal and other popular high-carbohydrate foods may contain high levels of a compound that probably causes cancer

Biotech finds ally in Hatch
Utah senator puts his clout behind cloning

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Political News

Congress OKs Israel Support Measure
Congress clasped Israel in a warm embrace on Thursday, passing resolutions of support for the Jewish state and blessing its recent military campaign as an attempt at "dismantling the terrorist infrastructure" in Palestinian territory

Christian leaders ask U.S. to sanction Sudan, North Korea
A hundred Christian leaders yesterday said U.S. human rights policy should crack down on Sudan and North Korea as the worst violators of religious liberty.

Panel OKs Tariffs on Canada Lumber
The U.S. International Trade Commission gave final approval on Thursday to stiff tariffs on imports of Canadian lumber, ruling that the shipments are harming U.S. timber producers.

Documents: Hastert Belittled Rights
Before becoming House speaker, Rep. Dennis Hastert told Colombian military officers that he was "sick and tired" of human rights considerations controlling U.S. anti-drug aid, according to a newly declassified government document.

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

China's Hu Warns U.S. on Taiwan
"The question of Taiwan has always been the most important and most sensitive issue at the heart of China-U.S. relations," said Hu, striking a theme that has deep resonance back home.

Chinese Order Olympic Crackdown
Police in northeastern China have been told to prepare for the 2008 Olympics by suppressing protests and targeting followers of the Falun Gong movement

U.S. Businesses Help China Suppress Internet
Cisco does not deny its success in China. Nor does it deny that it may have altered its products to suit the special needs of the Chinese "market" – a localization scheme the company avoided elsewhere in the world – but it categorically rejects any responsibility for how the government uses its firewall boxes

Russian Minister Sings Colin Powell's Praises
Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov says he hopes rumors that Secretary of State Colin Powell may resign are not true.

Second Amendment

Man faces assault charge after intruder is wounded
A Glenns Ferry man who police say shot and wounded an intruder was charged with aggravated assault

Disabled man challenges Chicago's gun law
a Suit alleges 34-year-old is vulnerable to assaults because he can't carry a concealed weapon

St. Louis Paper Propagandizes for the Gun Grabbers
"If this is extremism, we need more of it in the gun-control debate."

Anti-Gun Animated Series Aims Propaganda at the Children
In an unusual move for children's television, a character in Saturday's episode of WB's animated series "Static Shock" will shoot one of his classmates.

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