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Photo: Pipe bomb locks down Arizona nuclear plant Pipe bomb locks down Arizona nuclear plant
Associated Press - Fri Nov 2, 2007
WINTERSBURG, Arizona - As authorities tried to understand why a contract worker would bring a pipe bomb to the nation's largest nuclear power plant, one thing was immediately clear: The security worked. More»

Photo: Judge booted for flipping coin to decide Judge booted for flipping coin to decide
Associated Press - Fri Nov 2, 2007
RICHMOND, Virginia - A judge who ordered a woman to drop her pants and decided a custody dispute by flipping a coin was removed from the bench by the Virginia Supreme Court on Friday. More»

Photo: General says waterboarding could save U.S. lives General says waterboarding could save U.S. lives
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Fri Nov 2, 2007
Army General Russel Honore said the general public shouldn't be so quick to condemn the use of waterboarding as an interrogation technique. More»

In soup-kitchen freezers, more meat from hunters
Christian Science Monitor - Wed Oct 10, 2007
BOGART, Georgia - As the whiff of fall descends in northeast Georgia, Victor Devine readies his bow for an annual rite he's observed since boyhood: the deer hunt. More»

Fla. police officer sues victim's family
Associated Press - Tue Oct 9, 2007
CASSELBERRY, Florida - A police officer who slipped and injured a knee during a rescue call has sued the family who phoned 911 after their 1-year-old boy nearly drowned. More»

Photo: US Considered Radioactive Poisons to Assassinate Leaders US Considered Radioactive Poisons to Assassinate Leaders
Associated Press - Sun Oct 7, 2007
WASHINGTON - In one of the longest-held secrets of the Cold War, the US Army explored the potential for using radioactive poisons to assassinate "important individuals" such as military or civilian leaders, according to newly declassified documents obtained by The Associated Press. More»

Photo: Greenspan, Kissinger: Oil Drives U.S. in Iraq, Iran Greenspan, Kissinger: Oil Drives U.S. in Iraq, Iran
Huffington Post - Sun Sep 23, 2007
Alan Greenspan had acknowledged what is blindingly obvious to those who live in the reality-based world: the Iraq War was largely about oil. More»

Senate Fails on Habeas Corpus
The Nation - Tue Sep 18, 2007
Today the US Senate fell four votes short of restoring Habeas Corpus, the fundamental constitutional right of individuals to challenge government detention, which the Republican Congress revoked in last year's Military Commissions Act. More»

Photo: US poverty rate 'declines significantly' US poverty rate 'declines significantly'
Associated Press - Mon Aug 27, 2007
WASHINGTON - Five years into a national economic recovery, the share of Americans living in poverty finally dropped. More»

Photo: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Has Resigned Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Has Resigned
Associated Press - Sun Aug 26, 2007
CRAWFORD, Texas - Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigned, officials said Monday, ending a monthslong standoff with critics who questioned his honesty and competence at the helm of the Justice Department. More»

The Katrina Disaster: Two Years Later - and Counting
OpEd News - Sat Aug 18, 2007
"Americans want the Gulf Coast not just to survive, but to thrive; not just to cope, but to overcome. More»

Bovine gelatin spray "used to extend meat shelf life"
Food Quality News - Tue Jul 31, 2007
Sheryl Barringer and a researcher team at Ohio State University conducted the study by spraying a 20 per cent bovine gelatin solution onto beef tenderloins, pork loins, salmon fillets, and chicken breasts. More»

Photo: FBI searches Sen. Stevens' Alaska home FBI searches Sen. Stevens' Alaska home
Associated Press - Mon Jul 30, 2007
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Federal agents with cameras searched the home of US Senator Ted Stevens amid questions about an oil company official's involvement in a 2000 renovation project that doubled the home's size, law enforcement officials said. More»

Duncan O'Finioan's True Story is the Bourne Films on Steroids, Reports Director Judy Bel
EWORLDWIRE - Sun Jul 29, 2007
PALM SPRINGS, California - Duncan's life essentially ended at age six when his parents handed him over to the CIA for mind control experiments. More»

Photo: State Farm: No new home policies in Mississippi State Farm: No new home policies in Mississippi
MSNBC - Tue Feb 13, 2007
State Farm Insurance is suspending sales of any new commercial or homeowner policies in Mississippi starting Friday, citing in part a wave of litigation it has faced since Hurricane Katrina, a company official said Wednesday. More»

Betrayal of the Big Easy
The Guardian UK - Mon Jan 1, 2007
Hurricane Katrina forced out New Orleans's poor residents, and developers don't want them back. More»

Photo: Rummy's North Korea Connection Rummy's North Korea Connection
CNN - Sun Oct 8, 2006
What did Donald Rumsfeld know about ABB's deal to build nuclear reactors there? And why won't he talk about it? Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld rarely keeps his opinions to himself. More»

Disaster capitalism: how to make money out of misery
The Guardian UK - Tue Aug 29, 2006
The privatisation of aid after Katrina offers a glimpse of a terrifying future in which only the wealthy are saved. More»

Fascism in the Classroom
The Guardian UK - Wed Apr 5, 2006
University professors denounced for anti-Americanism; schoolteachers suspended for their politics; students encouraged to report on their tutors. More»

Calf from Alabama 'mad cow' being tested
CNN - Thu Mar 16, 2006
One of at least two calves born to an Alabama cow with mad cow disease will be tested for evidence of the fatal, brain-wasting disease, the state's agriculture commissioner said Friday. More»

Pay Too Much On Your Card Debt & DHS Notified!
The Providence Journal - Thu Mar 2, 2006
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Walter Soehnge is a retired Texas schoolteacher who traveled north with his wife, Deana, saw summer change to fall in Rhode Island and decided this was a place to stay for a while. More»

37 Million Poor Hidden in the Land of Plenty
The Observer UK - Sun Feb 19, 2006
Americans have always believed that hard work will bring rewards, but vast numbers now cannot meet their bills even with two or three jobs. More»

CIA Chief Sacked for Opposing Torture
The Times Online UK - Sat Feb 11, 2006
The CIA's top counter-terrorism official was fired last week because he opposed detaining Al-Qaeda suspects in secret prisons abroad, sending them to other countries for interrogation and using forms of torture such as "water boarding", intelligence sources have claimed. More»

Court: Your Social Security Can Be Seized to Pay Your Debts
Associated Press - Fri Dec 9, 2005
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the government can seize a person's Social Security benefits to pay old student loans. More»

Prisoners in New Orleans city jail were 'abandoned'
The Independent UK - Wed Sep 21, 2005
A leading US human rights group accused prison officials in New Orleans yesterday of abandoning hundreds of men in the city jail in the run-up to Hurricane Katrina, leaving them locked up without food, water, electricity, fresh air or functioning toilets for four days as the floodwaters rose to their chests, necks and higher. More»

Senators Accuse Pentagon of Obstructing 9/11 Inquiry
New York Times - Wed Sep 21, 2005
WASHINGTON - Senators from both parties accused the Defense Department on Wednesday of obstructing an investigation into whether a highly classified intelligence program known as Able Danger did indeed identify Mohamed Atta and other future hijackers as potential threats well before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. More»

Photo: Tons of British aid donated to help Hurricane Katrina victims to be BURNED by Americans Tons of British aid donated to help Hurricane Katrina victims to be BURNED by Americans
Mirror UK - Mon Sep 19, 2005
HUNDREDS of tons of British food aid shipped to America for starving Hurricane Katrina survivors is to be burned. More»

Photo: 'I could have saved her life but was denied permission' 'I could have saved her life but was denied permission'
Telegraph UK - Sun Sep 18, 2005
Refugees from New Orleans died after private doctors were ordered to stop giving treatment because they were not covered by United States government medical liability insurance, according to two American surgeons. More»

After Katrina: Aliens, Scientologists Land in Baton Rouge
Village Voice - Sat Sep 17, 2005
East Baton Rouge Parish, which includes Louisiana's state capital, has roughly doubled in population from the pre-storm count of 412,000. More»

Photo: Barbara Bush: Hurricane 'working well' for refugees Barbara Bush: Hurricane 'working well' for refugees
Daily Mail - Wed Sep 7, 2005
Former First Lady Barbara Bush has come under fire from hundreds of homeless Hurricane Katrina evacuees who lost everything. More»

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