from ap/yahoo: Republicans on Wednesday cleared procedural hurdles in the House and Senate on the way to giving President Bush authority to detain, interrogate and try terrorism detainees before military commissions. House Republicans succeeded on
from guardian: Iva Toguri D’Aquino, the American woman popularly known as Tokyo Rose, who was convicted and later cleared of making propaganda radio broadcasts for the Japanese during the second world war, has died, her
from raw story: Keith Olbermann, host of MSNBC’s Countdown, offered harshly worded commentary in defense of former president Bill Clinton’s statements during an interview with Fox News. Olbermann was particularly critical of the Bush Administration’s
from scotsman: British soldiers are being investigated for smuggling guns out of Iraq and allegedly exchanging them for cocaine in illicit black market deals. Security officials have confirmed that soldiers from the third battalion the
from usa today: While the flimsiest of evidence caused U.S. officials to hustle Arar off to Syria, a mountain of suspicion about Luis Posada Carriles‘ involvement in a long list of terrorist acts has not
from mosnews:A plan to give Europe access to a substantial amount of natural gas from the giant Shtokman field originally earmarked for the U.S. market is a direct consequence of U.S. policy toward Russia on
Fresh disasters at the polls, and new evidence from an industry insider, prove that electronic voting machines can’t be trusted – by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. from rolling stone: The debacle of the 2000 presidential
from rawstory: In this video, Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA) criticizes activists that stood up in protest at a hearing on the treatment of detainees at Guantanamo Bay prison. The Senate Judiciary Committee is considering whether
from ap/yahoo: Iraq’s feuding ethnic and sectarian groups moved ahead Monday with forming a committee to consider amending the constitution after their leaders agreed to delay any division of the country into autonomous states until
here is the latest episode of “outside the box,” hosted by alex ansary.it was originally broadcast by portland community media on september 21, 2006. from alex ansary: Headline news including the statments made by Chavez
from msnbc: Now the death toll is 9/11 times two. U.S. military deaths from Iraq and Afghanistan now surpass those of the most devastating terrorist attack in America’s history, the trigger for what came next.
from raw story: MSNBC is reporting that the CIA hopes to find recruits by advertising in movie theaters. Movie-goers across the country will see CIA advertisements played along with other previews prior to movie features.
from ap/yahoo: U.S. Justice Department lawyers filed an appeal Friday aimed at blocking a lawsuit by a former Islamic charity that has challenged a Bush administration secret surveillance program. U.S. District Judge Garr M. King