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Christie Criticized for Cost and Timing of Senate Election

Christie Criticized for Cost and Timing of Senate Election 05 Jun 2013 Gov. Chris Christie (R) announced on Tuesday a highly unusual special election that was immediately criticized for costing the state $24 million and setting up a schedule that was likely to confuse the voting public.

A County in Alabama Strikes a Bankruptcy Deal

A County in Alabama Strikes a Bankruptcy Deal --Lawsuit by county against JPMorgan over its improprieties, still active in state court, would be resolved as part of proposed agreement 04 Jun 2013 Jefferson County, Ala., took a big step toward resolving its historic bankruptcy case on Tuesday, saying it had reached an agreement to refinance most of the debt at the heart of its financial breakdown...

FBI raids offices of California Sen. Ron Calderon, Latino Caucus

FBI raids offices of California Sen. Ron Calderon, Latino Caucus 04 Jun 2013 The FBI this afternoon raided the Capitol office of Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, as well as the office of the Legislature's Latino Caucus, the Senate's sergeant of arms said Tuesday evening.

Syrian forces regain full control of Qusayr area: Syrian TV

Syrian forces regain full control of Qusayr area: Syrian TV 05 Jun 2013 Syria's state television reports that Syrian forces have regained full control of the strategic city of Qusayr following three weeks of fighting with the militants in the region. The Syrian military forces dismantled the network of the militants in the strategic area, which borders Lebanon.

Fukushima thyroid cancer cases rise to 12 confirmed, 15 suspected

Fukushima thyroid cancer cases rise to 12 confirmed, 15 suspected 05 Jun 2013 An ongoing study being led by researchers from the Fukushima Medical University on the impact of nuclear radiation from the disaster-stricken atomic power plant on Fukushima residents has found a slight [?] increase in thyroid cancer cases in the area's younger population.

Commission weighs Sandy Hook 911 calls

Commission weighs Sandy Hook 911 calls 03 Jun 2013 The state Freedom of Information Commission on Monday ordered Newtown officials to provide it with the 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting while it considers an appeal for their release by The Associated Press. A hearing officer, Kathleen Ross, on Monday instructed the town to provide copies to the FOI Commission within two weeks.

Judge accepts insanity plea in Colorado movie theater shooting case

Judge accepts insanity plea in Colorado movie theater shooting case 04 Jun 2013 A judge has accepted James Holmes' plea of not guilty by reason of insanity in the Colorado theater shootings. Tuesday's decision sets the stage for a lengthy mental evaluation of Holmes, who is accused of fatally shooting 12 people and injuring 70 in a packed Denver-area movie theater in July. The evaluation could take months. Holmes is charged with multiple counts of murder and attempted murder.

Police say 2nd arrest made in stabbing of Steelers lineman Mike Adams, 1 other suspect sought

Police say 2nd arrest made in stabbing of Steelers lineman Mike Adams, 1 other suspect sought 04 Jun 2013 Police say they've arrested a second suspect in the weekend stabbing of Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Mike Adams. Police spokeswoman Diane Richard says 26-year-old Dquay Means was arrested Monday on charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault and conspiracy.

U.S. to send Patriot missiles, F-16s to Jordan

U.S. to send Patriot missiles, F-16s to Jordan 03 Jun 2013 Deployment of a Patriot missile battery and F-16 fighter jets to Jordan was approved over the weekend, a U.S. Central Command spokesman said. Delivery of the weaponry, as part of a multinational 'training' exercise, was approved by U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, CNN said Monday, noting a broader message is being sent.

Ecuador says to talk with Britain on Assange on June 17

Ecuador says to talk with Britain on Assange on June 17 04 Jun 2013 Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said on Monday he would meet Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague this month to discuss a possible solution to the year-long diplomatic standoff over WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange.

BP to drill in Alaska's pristine Prudhoe, after GOP Gov. slashes oil taxes

Supreme Court says police can take DNA samples upon arrest

Supreme Court says police can take DNA samples upon arrest 03 Jun 2013 In a major victory for law enforcement agencies, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that police can take a DNA sample from someone who has been arrested and charged but not convicted of a crime. By a 5-4 vote the court reversed a decision last April by Maryland's highest court that overturned the 2010 conviction and life sentence of Alonzo Jay King for a rape committed seven years earlier.

Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Incidents

Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Incidents (fbi.gov) 03 Jun 2013 An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area. Overview of the FBI's Role: [Um, all of them?] When an active shooter incident takes place, local and state law enforcement are always the first on the scene.

FBI Launches Active Shooter Webpage

FBI Launches Active Shooter Webpage [Yeah, they also launch the active shooters.] 03 Jun 2013 Recent active shooting incidents have underscored the need for a coordinated and consistent law enforcement response to these incidents.

Supreme Court: DNA swab after arrest is legitimate search

Supreme Court: DNA swab after arrest is legitimate search 03 Jun 2013 The Supreme Court has ruled criminal suspects can be subjected to a police DNA test after arrest -- before trial and conviction -- a privacy-versus-public-safety dispute that could have wide-reaching implications in the rapidly evolving technology surrounding criminal procedure.

Christie likely to appoint Republican to replace Lautenberg

Christie likely to appoint Republican to replace Lautenberg 03 Jun 2013 The death Monday morning of Sen. Frank Lautenberg, a New Jersey Democrat, deprives the Senate of a staunch liberal voice for gun safety, protecting kids from toxic chemicals, and bolstering public transportation, among other issues.

Veteran Sen. Lautenberg dies; was U.S. Senate's last WW II vet

Veteran Sen. Lautenberg dies; was U.S. Senate's last WW II vet 03 Jun 2013 Sen. Frank Lautenberg, the New Jersey Democrat who was the U.S. Senate's last surviving World War II veteran, died Monday of viral pneumonia, his office announced.

Militants torch two NATO fuel tankers in southwestern Pakistan

Militants torch two NATO fuel tankers in southwestern Pakistan 02 Jun 2013 Heavily armed militants in the troubled southwestern Pakistan have set fire to at least two NATO tankers carrying supplies to US-led forces in neighboring Afghanistan. Local security officials said gunmen in the Mastung region of the southwestern province of Balochistan have torched the tankers on Sunday. Militants fired at the trucks and set them ablaze before fleeing the scene.

Bomb blast kills 7 in east Afghanistan

Bomb blast kills 7 in east Afghanistan 03 Jun 2013 Seven people have died in a roadside bomb explosion in Afghanistan's eastern province of Laghman. The blast early on Monday took place when a car ran over a roadside bomb in Hakim Abad district of Laghman Province. The victims, all members of a family, include four women, two children and a man. The office of Laghman governor issued a statement and blamed the Taliban militants for the explosion.

Manning court martial trial starts Monday

Manning court martial trial starts Monday 01 Jun 2013 Amid secrecy and spectacle, the long-awaited court-martial trial of WikiLeaks linchpin Bradley E. Manning starts Monday. The Army private first class already knows he's going to prison, having previously pled guilty to 10 charges relating to the disclosure of hundreds of thousands of government documents. Now, in a tightly guarded military courtroom at Fort George G.

Yemeni journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye blames Obama for his continued imprisonment

Yemeni journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye blames Obama for his continued imprisonment --'Actually, the only person responsible for kidnapping and detaining me is Obama.' 31 May 2013 From the moment Yemeni journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye was sentenced to five years in prison in 2011 for allegedly supporting al Qaida's Yemen-based affiliate, his punishment has been controversial - and not just because it represented the jailing of a respected writer and the

Bradley Manning supporters protest for his release

Bradley Manning supporters protest for his release 02 Jun 2013 Supporters of an Army private who sent troves of classified U.S. documents [regarding US war crimes] to WikiLeaks held a protest march and rally outside Maryland's Fort Meade ahead of Pfc. Bradley Manning's court-martial. Members of the Bradley Manning Support Network and others gathered Saturday near Fort Meade's main gate. They marched about a mile south along US 175.

Judge orders Google to release data to FBI

Judge orders Google to release data to FBI 01 Jun 2013 A federal judge has ordered Google to comply with FBI warrantless demands for customer data. U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston on Tuesday rejected Google's argument that the so-called "National Security Letters" the company received from the FBI were unconstitutional and unnecessary.

U.S. probes source of GMO wheat in Oregon; importers suspend orders

U.S. probes source of GMO wheat in Oregon; importers suspend orders 31 May 2013 Two days after news that genetically modified wheat had been found growing in Oregon, U.S. officials said they were no closer to knowing how it appeared, while South Korea joined Japan in suspending some U.S. wheat purchases. A top official with the U.S.

Genetically engineered wheat found in Oregon field, federal 'investigation' underway

Genetically engineered wheat found in Oregon field, federal 'investigation' underway 30 May 2013 Illegal genetically-engineered wheat has been discovered growing in an Eastern Oregon field, which may cause severe marketing and export problems for one of the state's biggest crops.

Newtown school shooting records would be private under Connecticut bill

Newtown school shooting records would be private under Connecticut bill --Media groups and advocates of public records laws question bill drafted in secrecy and not subjected to public hearing process 02 Jun 2013 A plan by Connecticut officials to withhold some Newtown school shooting records from the public would be another blow to government transparency, which has taken hits in other states in recent years, advocates for freedom of information laws say.

Three storm chasers among 13 killed by Oklahoma tornadoes

Three storm chasers among 13 killed by Oklahoma tornadoes 02 Jun 2013 Three storm chasers were among 13 people killed by tornadoes that rampaged through central Oklahoma on Friday, underscoring the high risk of tracking tornadoes and forcing the media to rethink how they cover deadly twisters.

Syrian army seizes sarin cylinders from militants in Hama

Syrian army seizes sarin cylinders from militants in Hama 02 Jun 2013 The Syrian army has seized two cylinders of the nerve agent sarin during an operation in the city of Hama. Syrian media say the operation was carried out against a militant hideout in the city’s al-Faraieh neighborhood on Saturday. Sarin is a colorless, odorless liquid gas which causes respiratory arrest and death.

Russia to send nuclear submarines to southern seas

Russia to send nuclear submarines to southern seas 01 Jun 2013 Russia plans to resume nuclear submarine patrols in the southern seas after a hiatus of more than 20 years following the break-up of the Soviet Union, Itar-Tass news agency reported on Saturday, in another example of efforts to revive Moscow's military.

Spy drone crashes in Puntland region of Somalia

Spy drone crashes in Puntland region of Somalia [Sweet!] 01 Jun 2013 A surveillance drone has crashed in the semi-autonomous Puntland region of Somalia, according to Puntland Ports and Anti-piracy Minister Saeed Mohamed Rage. The drone crashed on Saturday in Qaw, a village located 20 kilometers (12 miles) west of the port city of Bossasso, the minister of the Puntland State of Somalia said.

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