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Police State

FBI Proposes Terror "Super Squad"
A new FBI "super squad," headquartered in Washington, would lead all major terrorism investigations worldwide under FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III's plan to remake the agency in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks

FBI Plans New Global Terrorism Fighting Team
Seeking to address flaws exposed by the Sept. 11 attacks, FBI Director Robert Mueller is creating a new terrorism-fighting team in Washington that will oversee all terrorism investigations across the globe

NC Marines launching an 'assault' on midstate
If you happen to see military helicopters descending upon a Middle Georgia high school or see armed, camouflage-clad troops scurrying about downtown Macon in the next few days, "there's no need to panic."

Mass: Statewide Anti-Terrorism Unified Response Network spinning web around terrorism
The state's new anti-terrorism network began taking form in Central Massachusetts yesterday as more than 100 area police, emergency response and fire officials had their first day of training in detecting, preventing and responding to terrorism.

Bill would allow Delaware police to make 'good faith' searches
The amendment would allow prosecutors to use the evidence seized if police acted in "good faith" in applying for a search warrant later found by a judge to have been issued in error. The bill - Senate Bill 286 - is one of five in Minner's anti-terrorism package.

Boys Get In Trouble For Playing With Finger Guns
4th Graders' Game Of Army Vs. Aliens Violated School's Zero- Tolerance Policy

Citizen-Journalist Jailed Indefinitely for Writing about Neighbors Online
The case may be the first here to delve into the constitutional issue of what can be posted on the Internet based on the journalistic standing of the writer or publisher

Biometrics in College Station, Hometown of Texas A&M: New system lets Kroger shoppers pay with fingerprint
Shoppers who enroll free of charge to use the finger image machine -- officially known as a biometric electronic financial transaction processing system -- simply walk up to a cashier, say, "I'm going to pay with my fingerprint" and voilá.

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New World Order

Russia and NATO reach historic deal
The second huge breakthrough agreement in 48 hours between the Kremlin and the west - following the US-Russia deal to scrap thousands of nuclear warheads - makes Russia a partial member of the Nato military alliance.

Schröder calls on EU leaders to quell far right
Germany's chancellor, Gerhard Schröder, has warned the leaders of Europe that they must pay urgent attention to the issue of law and order if they are to stem the rise of the far right

Spanish Authorities Say They Thwarted Terror Attack Planned for EU-Latin American Summit
Two suspected ETA members who were arrested Tuesday had stashed nearly 440 pounds of explosives, along with detonators, automatic weapons and false license plates in an apartment in the center of the capital, said Madrid regional governor Francisco Javier Ansuategui.

US-Mexico-Canada Trilateral Commission Proposed for Energy Trade
During the 12th annual Canada-Mexico Interparliamentary Meeting held over the weekend, lawmakers from both sides called for the creation of a trilateral commission including the United States to coordinate future efforts to develop the nations' energy sectors.

US News

Three arrested in alleged murder-for-hire plot to kill Arizona governor, sheriff
A career criminal, a clergyman and a sex offender were arrested for allegedly plotting to kill Gov. Jane Hull and a county sheriff known for his strict treatment of inmates.

Vermont May become First State to Turn Away Federal Funding for Education
Behind the pique: the belief by state officials that it could cost more to implement new federal guide-lines on school testing than to accept the money.

Priest-Shooting Suspect Sought Apology for Sex Abuse, Mom Says
The mother of Dontee Stokes, the 26-year-old man accused of shooting a Roman Catholic priest, said all her son wanted was an apology from the clergyman, who he said molested him when he was a teenager.

National Security and the Military

Oil fuels US army role in Georgia
pipeline protection is a key motive behind a US operation training Georgia's army to fight terrorists

Pentagon Trains Bees to Detect Explosives, Clear Minefields
For the past three years government-funded scientists have been doing tests, training bees to detect materials other than pollen. Officials hope that they could be used as apian sniffer dogs, swarming into action when required

Truckers to Look Out for Terrorists
The trucking industry plans to offer classes for drivers and provide a toll-free number to report anything unusual, with the information forwarded to law enforcement agencies.

9-11 Security Lapses

FBI Pre-Attack Memo Cited Bin Laden
The classified memorandum written by an F.B.I. agent in Phoenix last summer urging bureau headquarters to investigate Middle Eastern men enrolled in American flight schools also cited Osama bin Laden by name and suggested that his followers could use the schools to train for terror operations

Summer FBI memo cites flight schools, bin Laden
A memo by an FBI agent last summer urged the bureau's headquarters to investigate Middle Eastern men enrolled in American flight schools and named Osama bin Laden, suggesting followers could use the schools for terror operations

Chicago FBI Agent Sues Bureau, Alleges FBI Ignored Hamas Activities
Chicagoan Sues, Saying Bureau Refused to File Charges, Disrupt Pre-Sept. 11 Crimes

Unheeded Warnings
FBI agent’s notes pointed to possible World Trade Center attack

FAA Probed, Cleared Sept. 11 Hijacker in Early 2001
Federal aviation authorities were alerted in early 2001 that an Arizona flight school believed one of the eventual Sept. 11 hijackers lacked the English and flying skills necessary for the commercial pilot's license he already held, flight school and government

FBI Cites Inadequacies Over Terrorist Warning
The FBI's failure to follow up on an agent's pre-Sept. 11 warning about Islamic militants attending U.S. flight schools highlights inadequacies in the bureau's counter-terrorism efforts

Prior Knowledge and the Cover-up

Graham: 9/11 study hindered
The Justice Department and CIA are not being fully cooperative with Congress' investigation into how the terrorists who carried out the Sept. 11 attacks escaped detection

9/11 inquiry delayed as staff chief is ousted in CIA dispute
According to several government officials, the leaders of the joint House-Senate panel forced Snider to resign after they learned that he had hired a CIA officer who was the subject of a counterintelligence investigation.

Terrorist Threats

Coast Guard Issues Warning: Al-Qaeda Sneaking into US on Cargo Ships
The Coast Guard has issued an urgent warning to law enforcement agencies that as many as 25 terrorists linked to Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network have sneaked into the United States aboard cargo ships

US on alert for Three Mile Island attack
The threats, which were received last week by the CIA, gave warning of a potential terrorist strike against the plant or another nuclear site in the northeastern United Sates


News Corp. Posts $4 Billion Loss
News Corp., the media conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch, reported a $4 billion net loss Tuesday for its latest quarter

The War on Terrorism/Al-Qaeda

US and Canadian Special Forces in Place for Operation Snipe --aiming to rescue 76 US hostages
Local News wire service "Online" claims that more than 2000 British-led Special Commando forces, joined by the US and Canadian troops, under "Operation Snipe" are gearing up efforts to launch a major attack to rescue around 76 soldiers who were arrested by the Taliban and Al Qaida forces during the battle in the snow covered Arma Peaks of Paktia Province in March this year.

CBS Sparks Outrage by Airing Pearl Death Video
Ignoring government pleas, CBS News last night aired part of a videotape made by captors of slain reporter Daniel Pearl.

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World News

Queen of England "Fascinated" by Satanist Ozzy Osbourne, Invites Him to Jubilee Celebrations
“The Queen has been actively involved in discussions of the programme for the concert. In deciding to invite Ozzy Osbourne we relied on the best advice available"

Slave Trade Booming
Business Is Booming for Traffickers Trading in Women and Children

George Bush? He's nice but dim, says crown prince
In the most regal possible manner, Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia skewered President George Bush yesterday as a man so ignorant about the Middle East, and specifically about the suffering of the Palestinians, that he needed several hours of personal tuition to bring him up to speed.

State Department to investigate U.S. handling of Venezuelan coup
Washington has consistently denied any involvement in the coup, in which Chavez was ousted following a three-day general strike that included street marches and saw protesters killed by unknown rooftop sharpshooters

Far-right values gaining more acceptance across Europe
Across Europe, in a violent wake-up call to ruling elites, far-right parties beating the anti-immigrant drum have seized on people's concerns about crime and foreigners to shape a new political agenda.

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

Bush Signs Law Enhancing Border Security
Smokescreen continues

WA State not keeping up with Hispanic population's growth, some say
Washington schools have increased programs for Spanish-speaking students. In 1990, 162 districts in the state had programs for students who knew little or no English. Now 187 districts do, according to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction

Census: More Speak Spanish at Home
In more American homes, the answer is "Si." Census 2000 data released so far for 13 states shows more U.S. residents are speaking Spanish at home, an inevitable trend given the surge in the nation's Hispanic population over the 1990s.

Mexico-U.S. water debate heats up
Tensions are mounting among farmers in Ortiz's home district, who say crops in Mexico's upriver Rio Bravo watershed are flourishing as crops in South Texas are dying - allegedly due to Mexico's failure to comply with a 1944 water sharing treaty.

Science,Technology and Health

Applied Digital Solution's Stock Tumbles 29% on the Day It Televises Human Chip Implantation
The drop came after millions of Today Show viewers watched one of the "chipping" procedures live from a doctor's office in Boca Raton.

Study Says US Cancer Rates to Double By 2050
The number of Americans diagnosed annually with cancer will double over the next 50 years, from 1.3 million to 2.6 million

Scientists Meet to Discuss Cyborg Technology
"In the past few years, the biosciences and robotics have been getting closer and closer," Dario told the conference. "More and more, biological models are used for the design of biometric robots (and) robots are increasingly used by neuroscientists as clinical platforms for validating biological models."

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

Russia's Ivanov Defends US Arms Deal
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov dismissed accusations Wednesday that Russia had compromised its national interests in agreeing to an arms control pact with the United States that slashes arsenals by two-thirds.

Carter Addresses Cubans on State TV, Calls for End of Embargo
In an unprecedented, hour-long television address to the Cuban people Tuesday, Jimmy Carter Tuesday night called for an end to four decades of American trade sanctions against the Caribbean communist island

Second Amendment

'60 Minutes' Lets Anti-Gun Docs Distort Issue
It didn't take CBS's "60 Minutes" long to join gun-grabbing liberals and their media allies and climb on the panic wagon following last Monday's Justice Department action reversing decades of official government policy on the meaning of the Second Amendment.

Schumer: Ashcroft Decision Betrays Promise "To Follow Letter of the Law" Made During His Controversial Confirmation Hearings

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Ashcroft overshooting boundaries of his post
"In 1803, Chief Justice John Marshall declared it the duty of the U.S. Supreme Court to interpret the Constitution. Almost 200 years later, we have an attorney general who wants to unilaterally reinterpret the Second Amendment, contrary to what the Supreme Court has decided..."

Gun Manufacturers in Germany Facing Tough Times
These are unsettling times for German hunting and sports gun manufacturers and dealers.

America: It's Our Right to Bear Arms Poll Finds Most Support Individuals' Right to Own Guns


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