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Judge overrules release order on terrorism suspect

Judge overrules release order on terrorism suspect 03 May 2013 (IL) A U.S. District judge today ordered that an Aurora teen continue to be detained on terrorism-related charges, reversing a decision a day earlier by a magistrate judge to allow him to go home to his family on 24-hour confinement. U.S.

Law Enforcement Prepared for Kentucky Derby

Law Enforcement Prepared for Kentucky Derby --Following the Boston bombings, the importance of securing open-air events is at an all-time high. 03 May 2013 When the gates to Churchill Downs open for the 139th running of the Kentucky Derby early Saturday, law enforcement officers patrolling the event will be ready.

Southern California coast wildfire threatens 4,000 homes

Southern California coast wildfire threatens 4,000 homes 03 May 2013 A fierce, wind-whipped brush fire grew along the California coast northwest of Los Angeles on Friday, threatening thousands of homes and a military base as about 200 dwellings were evacuated and a university campus closed.

US appropriated over $54 billion for Afghan National Security Forces as of 31 March

US appropriated over $54 billion for Afghan National Security Forces as of 31 March --Report finds Afghan military shrinking not growing 02 May 2013 A U.S. government watchdog overseeing the Afghanistan reconstruction found the U.S. led effort to recruit, train and field the Afghan National Security Forces is about 20,000 troops below its stated goal of 352,000. The U.S.

Flood of Highly Radioactive Water Is Latest Crisis at Japan Nuclear Plant

Flood of Highly Radioactive Water Is Latest Crisis at Japan Nuclear Plant --TEPCO to demolish forest to accommodate hundreds more tanks containing hundreds more tanks containing strontium-laced water 30 Apr 2013 Two years after a triple meltdown that grew into the world's second worst nuclear disaster, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is faced with a new crisis: a flood of highly radioactive wastewater that workers are struggling to contain.

Conn. OKs more waste storage at nuclear plant

Conn. OKs more waste storage at nuclear plant 03 May 2013 State officials authorized the [deadly, leaking] Millstone nuclear plant on Thursday to significantly expand nuclear waste storage capacity over the next 30 years.

'We want people to call us if the guy down the street says he hates the government'

'We want people to call us if the guy down the street says he hates the government' --Palm Beach County sheriff gets $1 million for [Orwellian] violence prevention units 29 Apr 2013 Florida House and Senate budget leaders have awarded Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw $1 million for a new violence prevention unit aimed at preventing tragedies [false flags] like those in Newtown, Conn., and Aurora,

Record low in Arctic sea ice caused by global warming, says UN

Record low in Arctic sea ice caused by global warming, says UN 02 May 2013 Global warming not only increased temperatures last year but caused a record low in Arctic sea ice, as well as deadly storms and economic uncertainty, the UN has warned.

Sources: Bombing suspects had originally planned for July 4 attack

Sources: Bombing suspects had originally planned for July 4 attack 02 May 2013 The suspected bombers in the Boston Marathon attack had originally intended for the plot to happen on July 4th, CBS News has learned. According to CBS News, a U.S. official confirmed that detained suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told authorities that the bombing was supposed to take place on the Fourth of July. The actual attack took place on April 15.

Man shot and killed at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport, authorities say

Man shot and killed at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport, authorities say --Police say man was confronted by agent from Homeland Security --'The agent fired once at the suspect, who appeared to try to shoot himself at the same time.' 02 May 2013 A man was shot and killed Thursday in a pre-screening area at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, authorities said.

Greenhouse gas levels close to topping 400 ppm, concentration not seen for over 3 million years

Greenhouse gas levels close to topping 400 ppm, concentration not seen for over 3 million years 02 May 2013 Up, up, and up. Scientists are closely monitoring the rapid rise of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which has climbed at an alarming pace to nearly 400 parts per million, according to readings from Mauna Loa, Hawaii.

Man opens fire with AR-15 rifle at Houston airport checkpoint

Man opens fire with AR-15 rifle at Houston airport checkpoint --Police say a man walked into Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport on Thursday, took out an AR-15 rifle, and began shooting. 02 May 2013 A shooting at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport rattled passengers Thursday. A man is alleged to have walked into the ticket area inside Terminal B at approximately 1:35 p.m.

Pentagon deploys 'small number' of troops to Mali

Pentagon deploys 'small number' of troops to Mali 30 Apr 2013 The Pentagon has deployed a 'small number' of troops to Mali to support allied forces [illegally] fighting there, de

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SARS-like virus kills 5 Saudis

SARS-like virus kills 5 Saudis 02 May 2013 Five Saudis have died of a new SARS-like virus during the past few days and two more are being treated in an intensive care unit, the health ministry said. In a statement cited by the Saudi SPA agency late on Wednesday, the ministry said that all the deaths occurred in the Ahsaa province in the oil-rich eastern region of the kingdom.

Fukushima nuclear plant leaking radioactive groundwater: report

Fukushima nuclear plant leaking radioactive groundwater: report --Radioactive water leaking it at rate of 75 gallons per minute 01 May 2013 The crippled Japanese nuclear plant is facing the dire issue of containing radioactive waste water, as operators rush to repair yet another possible disaster. Events in March 2011 left the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant stricken, badly damaging its reactors, which serve to cool nuclear cores.

Doctors warned to look out for new H7N9 bird flu virus

Doctors warned to look out for new H7N9 bird flu virus --Virus already acquired two of five key mutations thought to be necessary for it to become a disease that can circulate in human population 01 May 2013 Doctors have been urged to look out for signs of a new lab-generated] strain of bird flu in patients, as experts warned it poses a "serious threat" that could cause a pandemic.

3 more suspects taken into custody in Boston bombing case, police say

3 more suspects taken into custody in Boston bombing case, police say 01 May 2013  Three additional suspects were taken into custody in the Boston Marathon bombing, the Boston Police Department told FoxNews.com. Police would not confirm when the suspects were taken into custody, and referred further questions to the FBI.

Three men charged with undermining Boston bombing probe

Three men charged with undermining Boston bombing probe 01 May 2013 U.S. authorities on Wednesday charged three men with interfering with the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing, saying they hid fireworks and a backpack belonging to one of the suspected bombers as a manhunt was under way. The three, two students from Kazakhstan and a U.S. citizen, were described as college friends of surviving bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19.

Ricin suspect's dust mask tests positive for toxin

Ricin suspect's dust mask tests positive for toxin 30 Apr 2013 Federal investigators found ricin on a dust mask discarded by the man suspected of sending ricin-laced letters to President Obama and other public officials, according to an FBI affidavit released by a federal court judge on Tuesday. J.

Obama's FSA Terrorists Have been using Chemical Weapons in Syria for 4 Months

Obama's FSA Terrorists Have been using Chemical Weapons in Syria for 4 Months 30 Apr 2013 Terrorists threw "unknown powder" in the face of a number of citizens in Idleb to accuse the army of using chemical weapons against citizens, an official source told SANA reporter.

Craft International Services hired guns at Boston Marathon: Why Such Secrecy about Private Military Contractor's Men Working Event?

Craft International Services hired guns at the Boston Marathon: Why Such Secrecy about Private Military Contractor's Men Working the Event? 25 Apr 2013 And by the way, why aren't the mainstream media asking about this? Are corporate media journalists so intimidated about being labeled "conspiracy nuts" that they can't do their jobs? At a minimum, this goes to the question of accountability. It also goes to the question of inter-agency communication or lack of it.

U.S. considers sending arms to Syria 'rebels'

U.S. considers sending arms to Syria 'rebels' 30 Apr 2013 The White House is considering providing weapons to the Syrian 'rebels,' officials said Tuesday, but no decision is imminent and President Obama seemed to soften his public threats to the Syrian government over its alleged use of chemical weapons.

New law will ban protesters from riding mass transit in California

New law will ban protesters from riding mass transit in California 30 Apr 2013 Risking arrest isn't the only obstacle for Northern California protesters -- under a new rule about to go into effect, political demonstrators could lose their right to ride public transportation.

'Lethal' dose in attempted Starbucks poisoning

'Lethal' dose in attempted Starbucks poisoning 30 Apr 2013 A woman put a "lethal quantity" of rubbing alcohol in orange juice bottles that she tried to sneak into a display case at a Starbucks coffee shop in San Jose, police said Tuesday. Ramineh Behbehanian was being held without bail at Santa Clara County Jail on suspicion of attempted murder and poisoning.

Plastic bags, tape, broomsticks fix leak at San Onofre nuclear plant

Plastic bags, tape, broomsticks fix leak at San Onofre nuclear plant --NRC [insanely] contemplating restart of nuclear plant 30 Apr 2013 An inside source gave Team 10 a picture snapped inside the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) showing plastic bags, masking tape and broom sticks used to stem a massive leaky pipe.

Obama vows new push to close Guantanamo

Obama vows new push to close Guantanamo 30 Apr 2013 President Barack Obama vowed Tuesday to make a renewed attempt to close the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay, amid a hunger strike by suspected terrorist detainees. Obama told a White House news conference he did not want any prisoners to die and called on Congress to help him find a long-term legal solution to the problem of prosecuting terror suspects.

San Onofre insider says NRC should not allow nuclear restart

San Onofre insider says NRC should not allow nuclear restart --'There is something grossly wrong' - San Onofre safety engineer 25 Apr 2013 For the first time, a source from inside the San Onofre nuclear power plant has come forward to warn that restarting the power plant is too dangerous.

NRC warns nuclear plants to watch for water damage

NRC warns nuclear plants to watch for water damage 28 Apr 2013 Federal authorities are warning nuclear power plants that store spent fuel in dry casks to watch for water damage, citing two incidents at central Pennsylvania plants. The York Daily Record says the U.S.

Breaking a sports barrier, NBA's Jason Collins comes out as gay

Breaking a sports barrier, NBA's Jason Collins comes out as gay 29 Apr 2013 Veteran basketball player Jason Collins announced on Monday that he was gay, smashing through one of the final frontiers in U.S. sports with a frank personal statement and winning warm praise as a groundbreaker. Collins, a 12-year player in the National Basketball Association (NBA), became the first active athlete from any of the four major U.S.

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