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ACLU sues for details of U.S. surveillance under executive order

ACLU sues for details of U.S. surveillance under executive order 30 Dec 2013 The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to force the U.S. government to disclose details of its foreign electronic surveillance program and what protections it provides to Americans whose communications are swept up. The lawsuit, filed in U.S.

Man Shot Dead by Police in Raid on Wrong House

Man Shot Dead by Police in Raid on Wrong House --'They need to get rid of those men, boys with toys,' said Adams's 70-year-old widow, Loraine. A 61-year-old man was shot to death by police while his wife was handcuffed in another room during a drug raid on the wrong house. Police admitted their mistake, saying faulty information from a drug informant contributed to the death of John Adams Wednesday night. They intended to raid the home next door.

US announces six drone test sites

US announces six drone test sites 30 Dec 2013 The US aviation regulator has announced the six states that will host sites for testing commercial use of drones. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) picked Alaska, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Texas and Virginia. The sites are part of a programme to develop safety [Yeah, right!] and operational rules for drones by the end of 2015.

'Cheap' nuclear power a myth, suggests economist

'Cheap' nuclear power a myth, suggests economist --San Onofre site to continue costing consumers millions per year 29 Dec 2013 The long-touted economic benefits of using nuclear energy may turn out to have been a pipe dream for customers of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (CA) and other nuclear plants nationwide, according to newly released findings from economic analyst Mark Cooper of the Vermont Law School Institute for Energy and the Environment.

Colorado school shooter entered through propped-open door

Colorado school shooter entered through propped-open door --Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said he did not know who had left the door open that day. 30 Dec 2013 The teenager who [allegedly] fatally shot a fellow student at his suburban Denver high school this month entered through a door that was supposed to be locked but had been propped open, the sheriff said Monday.

Secret pre-Iraq War talks between Blair and Bush to be published

Secret pre-Iraq War talks between Blair and Bush to be published 30 Dec 2013 Tony Blair and George Bush exchanged voluminous correspondence prior to the start of military operations in Iraq. Now, the UK is moving to declassify details of the talks for an inquiry into Britain’s involvement in the conflict, British media reported.

The Financial Crisis: Why Have No High-Level Executives Been Prosecuted?

The Financial Crisis: Why Have No High-Level Executives Been Prosecuted? 09 Jan 2014 But if, by contrast, the Great Recession was in material part the product of intentional fraud, the failure to prosecute those responsible must be judged one of the more egregious failures of the criminal justice system in many years.

Japan's homeless recruited for Fukushima radiation clean-up

Japan's homeless recruited for Fukushima radiation clean-up 29 Dec 2013 Seiji Sasa hits the train station in this northern Japanese city before dawn most mornings to prowl for homeless men. The men in Sendai Station are potential laborers that Sasa can dispatch to contractors in Japan's nuclear disaster zone for a bounty of $100 a head.

Second blast in Russia's Volgograd city kills 10

CIAciopaths are busy little bees: Second blast in Russia's Volgograd city kills 10 30 Dec 2013 At least 10 people were killed when a bomb blast ripped through a trolleybus on Monday in the second deadly attack in the Russian city of Volgograd in two days, law enforcement authorities said.

Bald eagle deaths in Utah alarm; Fukushima radiation possible cause - wildlife officials

Bald eagle deaths in Utah alarm; Fukushima radiation possible cause - wildlife officials --Deaths of at least 20 bald eagles in northern and central Utah in recent weeks worry scientists, who are struggling to find the cause. 28 Dec 2013 Bald eagles are dying in Utah -- 20 in the last few weeks alone -- and nobody can figure out why.

Police kill suspect wanted in cop's death; he also threatened Obama

Police kill suspect wanted in cop's death; he also threatened Obama 29 Dec 2013 A gun battle outside a Phoenix bank over the weekend ended with the death of a suspected serial bank robber accused of killing a police officer and wounding another in a previous heist in Mississippi, officials said Sunday.

Suicide bomber kills 16 in Russia's Volgograd

Suicide bomber kills 16 in Russia's Volgograd 29 Dec 2013 At least 16 people were killed in a blast at a railway station in the city of Volgograd, southern Russia. A suicide bomber is suspected to have carried out the attack, says the National Anti-terrorism Committee. Another 37 were injured, 8 of them more critically, including a girl of 9. The blast took place at 12.45 local time inside the building of the railway.

No Qaeda Link Seen in Benghazi Attack; Interviews Show Militia and Insults to Islam Fueled Assault

No Qaeda Link Seen in Benghazi Attack; Interviews Show Militia and Insults to Islam Fueled Assault 28 Dec 2013 The September 2012 attack on the United States diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, that killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans was led by fighters who had benefited directly from NATO's extensive air power and logistics support during the uprising against Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.

Inside TAO: Documents Reveal Top NSA Hacking Unit

Inside TAO: Documents Reveal Top NSA Hacking Unit --On-Call Digital Plumbers 29 Dec 2013 The NSA's TAO hacking unit is considered to be the intelligence agency's top secret weapon. It maintains its own covert network, infiltrates computers around the world and even intercepts shipping deliveries to plant back doors in electronics ordered by those it is targeting.

U.S. nuclear weapon plans to cost $355 billion over a decade: CBO report

U.S. nuclear weapon plans to cost $355 billion over a decade: CBO report 20 Dec 2013 The Obama administration's [deranged] plans for the U.S. nuclear weapons complex, including modernization of bombs, delivery systems and laboratories, will cost the country about $355 billion over the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office said on Friday.

Bomb explodes near US military base in Kabul

Bomb explodes near US military base in Kabul 27 Dec 2013 A car bomb targeting US-led foreign troops has detonated near a US military base in the Afghan capital, Kabul, security sources say, Press TV reports. Afghan security sources told Press TV on Friday that the bomb explosion took place very close to a US military base, dubbed Camp Phoenix, situated in the eastern part of Kabul.

Car bomb attack kills three US-led troops in Kabul

Car bomb attack kills three US-led troops in Kabul 27 Dec 2013 A powerful car bomb attack has killed at least three US-led soldiers and injured several others in the Afghan capital, Kabul, Western military alliance says. Western military coalition said the blast took place very close to the US military base, Camp Phoenix. The bomb went off when a convoy of foreign troops was passing by.

FOI reveals Howard government knew US would allow evidence obtained by torture in trial of David Hicks

FOI reveals Howard government knew US would allow evidence obtained by torture in trial of David Hicks --Papers reveal Howard government knew David Hicks would not get a fair trial 29 Dec 2013 The Howard government made contradictory public statements about the fairness of the military tribunal trial in the US of former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks, according to new documents.

Benefits Ending for 1.3 Million Unemployed

Benefits Ending for 1.3 Million Unemployed 28 Dec 2013 An emergency federal program that acts as a lifeline for 1.3 million jobless workers will end on Saturday, drastically curtailing government support for the long-term unemployed and setting the stage for a major political fight in the new year.

Obama signs NDAA 2014, indefinite detention remains

Obama signs NDAA 2014, indefinite detention remains 27 Dec 2013 On Thursday President Obama signed into law the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a sweeping defense policy bill, which includes some improvements in terms of civil liberties and human rights on its previous two iterations. However, a number of provisions -- as in the 2012 and 2013 NDAAs -- should keep civil libertarians concerned.

South Africa's Biggest Trade Union Pulls Its Support for A.N.C.

South Africa's Biggest Trade Union Pulls Its Support for A.N.C. 28 Dec 2013 South Africa’s largest trade union withdrew its support for the African National Congress on Friday.

Gunmen Kill Polio Vaccination Worker in Pakistan

Gunmen Kill Polio Vaccination Worker in Pakistan 28 Dec 2013 Pakistani police say gunmen attacked a polio vaccination center in the country's northwest and killed a medic on duty, then fled the scene. Police official Raheem Khan says another technician was also wounded in Saturday's attack on the outskirts of Peshawar, the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Militants oppose vaccination against polio and consider such campaigns a cover for spying.

Tribesmen seize oil ministry building in east Yemen

Tribesmen seize oil ministry building in east Yemen 26 Dec 2013 Tribesmen seized an oil ministry building in Yemen's eastern Hadramout province on Thursday and exchanged gunfire with a pro-government tribe seeking to regain control of the premises, tribal sources and ministry employees said.

U.S. judge says NSA phone surveillance is lawful

U.S. judge says NSA phone surveillance is lawful 27 Dec 2013 A federal judge ruled that a National Security Agency program that collects records of millions of Americans' phone calls is lawful, calling it a "counter-punch" to terrorism that does not violate Americans' privacy rights. Friday's decision by U.S.

Washington state judge excludes airport from SeaTac's $15 minimum wage

Washington state judge excludes airport from SeaTac's $15 minimum wage 27 Dec 2013 The voter-approved law establishing a $15 minimum hourly wage for travel and hospitality workers in a Seattle suburb encompassing the region's main international airport does not apply to workers at the airport, a judge ruled on Friday.

After meetings with FBI, O.C. man admits to terrorism, plans to train Al Qaeda in Pakistan

Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Reports

Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Reports 27 Dec 2013 The reports below document the many stages of the investigation of the December 14, 2012, shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Administratively, the investigation consists of three separate case numbers. CFS 1200704559 is the primary investigation, CFS 1200704597 is the processing of the scene at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and CFS 1200705354 is the investigation of the homicide at 36 Yogananda St. in Newtown...

'Swine flu' makes comeback in St. Louis area

'Swine flu' makes comeback in St. Louis area 26 Dec 2013 Local health officials say flu season is ramping up. Barnes-Jewish Hospital announced Thursday it's already treated more than 140 flu patients, and the majority were found to have the H1N1 strain from 2009, more commonly known as "swine flu." Nationally, hospitals are reporting a huge spike.

Russian delegation to meet with Guantanamo Bay prisoner

Russian delegation to meet with Guantanamo Bay prisoner 27 Dec 2013 A Russian delegation is scheduled to meet with a Russian man who has been held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for more than a decade, an official said. The delegation is set to meet Ravil Mingazov, a former Russian solider, Jan. 17, Russia's human rights commissioner Konstantin Dolgov said.

N.J. Assembly committee advance bills aimed at protecting bees

N.J. Assembly committee advance bills aimed at protecting bees 16 Dec 2013 An Assembly committee worked to protect the Garden State's bees on Monday, passing a series of bills aimed at keeping bees safe in their hives and helping beekeepers to stay out of court. One measure would penalize people who destroy certain man-made hives.

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