#Newspurge: Kiss Them For Me

Osama Wanted 9/11 Follow Up to Doom Economy*

UK Succumbs to First Double-Dip Recession Since 1970s*
Net Migration from Mexico to U.S. Comes to a Halt*
Wal-Mart de Mexico: Bribery, Slave Wages for Employees, and Slave Wages for Manufacturing*
Video: Wal-Mart Bribery Allegations Send Stock Tumbling*

We don’t have that sort of power, Murdoch tells inquiry*

Ofcom to probe Sky email hacking*
Charles Taylor conviction sends warning to leaders around the world who persecute their people*
The Verdict in the Charles Taylor Trial at the Special Court for Sierra Leone*
U.S. Soldiers Promised Massacre, Including Children, Days Before Bales’ Alleged Rampage*
Congress mulls $680M for Israeli Iron Dome*
Pakistan deports Bin Laden’s family to Saudi Arabia*
Obama gives CIA controlled Pentagon order to start FED’s WWIII*
Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency: Who Is Michael Flynn?*
End of an era: U.S. cuts back presence in Okinawa as 9,000 Marines prepare to move out*
Russia creates special Arctic troops*
China newspaper warns of ‘small-scale war’ with Philippines*
Argentina plans more defense manufacturing*
U.N. to Investigate Conditions of Native Americans*
Video: North Korea and the Cult of the Kims*

On Record Store Day, Mourning the Passage of Physical Music*

Johnny Depp, Marilyn Manson Perform ‘Sweet Dreams’ & ‘Beautiful People’*
Beyonce Tops People Magazine’s “Most Beautiful” Women*
Obama Justice Dept. Asks Supreme Court to Reinstate Janet Jackson Breast Flash Fine*
Cher Angers Australians by Selling Key to City on eBay*
Hollywood Studios Lose World’s First Major Ruling on Downloading of Copyrighted Material*
Greg Ham, of Men at Work, Dies at 58*
Jonathan Frid, Barnabas Collins of ‘Dark Shadows’, dies at 87 on Friday the 13th*

Obama administration announces ‘War on Terror’ is over*

Images of Osama bin Laden killing not to be released, judge orders*
Gingrich plans to suspend campaign next week*
Despite Losses, Ron Paul is Still Racking Up Delegates*
Administration Torn on Response to Secret Service Scandal*
Charles Colson, Nixon’s ‘dirty tricks’ man, dies at 80*

Oregon Oddities:
Collectors trade music, memories at annual Record Bonanza*

Collectors trade music, memories at annual Record Bonanza

Medical marijuana, Measure 11 emerge as big issues in Oregon race for Attorney General candidates Dwight Holton and Ellen Rosenblum*
Secretary of State slaps marijuana petitioner with $65,000 fine for violating pay-per-signature law*
Activists ramp up opposition to a plan for a Nestlé Waters bottling plant in Columbia River Gorge*
Video: Fate of Nestlé’s Cascade Locks plans may rest with Kitzhaber*
Four Oregon schools win federal accolades for combining academics and environmentalism*
Ron Wyden’s nuclear field trip*
After Surviving Close Call on Sports Field Once Before, Boy Collapses and Dies at Baseball*
Portland police want to add surveillance cameras in Old Town but ACLU questions the plan*
Mayor Adams delays council discussion on Portland police video surveillance cameras until next week*

Police State Updates:
Video: Chicago residents told to leave during NATO/G8 Summit*

Video: Strip searches could become as common as Miranda Rights*
Pentagon creates new espionage unit*
Video: The IRS will soon have the authority to restrict travel*
‘1984’, The masterpiece that killed George Orwell*
Video: Police take DNA from children, at school, without parent’s permission*

West Virginia Worry:
It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Mothman!*

Tomblin order requires Workforce West Virginia to implement drug testing*
W.Va. Lottery tops $1B for 10th year in a row*
Video: W. Va. Woman Fights to Collect $10 Million from Debt Collectors*

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