russian journalist dies in suspicious fallfrom abc news: Respected Russian journalist Ivan Safronov, who reported on military affairs, mysteriously plunged to his death from the 5th floor of his apartment building Friday, making him the
from reuters: Nearly all of the terrorism-related statistics reported by the U.S. Justice Department and the FBI from the September 11 attacks until early 2005 had some inaccuracies, the department’s inspector general said on Tuesday.
from reuters/alertnet: Sen. Joseph Lieberman said on Tuesday that Congress should consider a tax to fund the U.S.-declared war on terrorism and reduce the need to cut domestic programs to pay for security spending. A
from boston herald: A guerilla marketing campaign for a popular adult cartoon thrust Boston into pandemonium today as at least 10 bombs scares turned out to be battery-operated ads strategically place around the city, the
from ap/yahoo: Another terrorist attack, a warmer planet, death and destruction from a natural disaster. These are among Americans’ grim predictions for the United States in 2007. Only a minority of people think the U.S.
from playfuls: The nation’s nuclear power industry is asking the U.S. government how to protect new plants from airplane terror attacks. The official request comes weeks after the Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued initial regulations for
from abc news: British intelligence and law enforcement officials have passed on a grim assessment to their U.S. counterparts, “It will be a miracle if there isn’t a terror attack over the holidays in London,”
from int’l herald tribune: Outsourcing hits a new class of workers: Journalists… The long arm of ‘offshoring’ reaches into the news industry from earth times: MADD wants alcohol sensors in cars… As a first step