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Justice Breyer Has Shoulder Surgery After Bicycle Accident

Justice Breyer Has Shoulder Surgery After Bicycle Accident 28 Apr 2013 According to Supreme Court spokesperson Kathleen Arberg, Associate Justice Stephen Breyer underwent reverse shoulder replacement surgery for a proximal humerus fracture at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital on the morning of April 27th.

Police eye second car in Watertown shootout after Boston bombing

Police eye second car in Watertown shootout after Boston bombing 27 Apr 2013 Two cars, not one, appear to be at the center of the investigation into how the two brothers allegedly behind the Boston Marathon bombings carried out the fatal shooting of a police officer and the wounding of another during their final night rampage.

Boston bomb suspect in small cell with steel door

Boston bomb suspect in small cell with steel door 27 Apr 2013 The Boston Marathon bombing suspect is being held in a small cell with a steel door at a federal medical detention center about 40 miles outside the city, a federal official said Saturday.

4 ISAF soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

4 ISAF soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan 28 Apr 2013 Four soldiers serving with the US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan have died in a helicopter crash in the south of the country, the coalition has announced. ISAF issued a statement saying that the soldiers were killed on Saturday when their plane went down in the province of Zabul.

Syria: U.S. manipulating chemical weapons evidence, like it did with Iraq

Syria: U.S. manipulating chemical weapons evidence, like it did with Iraq 26 Apr 2013 Syria denies that it has used, or even possesses, chemical weapons, accusing the United States and Britain of lying in order to pressure the embattled Damascus government. Syrian Information Minister Omran Al-Zoubi talked to Russia TV on Friday, dismissing a claim by U.S. officials a day earlier that they had evidence the chemical weapon sarin had been used in Syria on a small scale.

Six Afghan policemen poisoned, shot to death; seventh is missing

Six Afghan policemen poisoned, shot to death; seventh is missing 26 Apr 2013 Six village police officers were poisoned and then shot to death Thursday night at a remote outpost in northern Afghanistan, the deputy governor of Kunduz province reported Friday. A seventh member of the Afghan Local Police unit is missing.

Jordanians torch U.S. flag to protest troop deployment

Jordanians torch U.S. flag to protest troop deployment 26 Apr 2013 Jordanian protesters torched a U.S. flag at a demonstration in Amman Friday against an American troop deployment in Jordan in connection with the war in neighboring Syria as hundreds also rallied in other cities.

Red Cross arrives at Guantanamo as hunger strike hits 100 mark

Red Cross arrives at Guantanamo as hunger strike hits 100 mark 27 Apr 2013 International Red Cross delegates began inspecting conditions at the Guantánamo prison camps on Saturday, as the U.S. military said the number of hunger strikers had reached 100. One-fifth of the hunger strikers were being force fed nutritional supplements through feeding tubes, said Army Lt. Col. Samuel House, a prison camps spokesman.

San Francisco gay pride rescinds honour for Bradley Manning

San Francisco gay pride rescinds honour for Bradley Manning --SF Pride president says notification that WikiLeaks suspect would be honorary grand marshal was 'an error' 27 Apr 2013 The president of San Francisco's annual gay pride celebration said on Friday that Bradley Manning, the US Army private who is charged in a massive leak of US secrets to the WikiLeaks website, will not be an honorary grand marshal after all.

Deploy drones to hover above next Boston Marathon, Police Commissioner says

Deploy drones to hover above next Boston Marathon, Police Commissioner says 24 Apr 2013 Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis is pushing for a city-run system of eye-level street surveillance technology and making a case for a dedicated NYPD-style anti-terrorism unit to protect Boston from another soft-target strike like the deadly marathon bombing.

Mississippi man linked to ricin letters charged with biological weapons use

Mississippi man linked to ricin letters charged with biological weapons use 27 Apr 2013 A Mississippi martial arts instructor was charged on Saturday with attempting to use a biological weapon after a ricin-laced letter was sent to President Barack Obama earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

Bill Maher: America is becoming a 'police state'

Bill Maher: America is becoming a 'police state' --Maher slams Boston police 27 Apr 2013 Bill Maher called Boston police officers "unprofessional" on Friday for shooting at the boat where Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was hiding even though it turned out he was unarmed.

Some force-fed captives are cleared for release from Guantanamo

Some force-fed captives are cleared for release from Guantánamo 26 Apr 2013 At least four of the captives being force-fed at Guantánamo were cleared for release years ago. As of Friday, the U.S. prison in southeast Cuba classified 97 of its 166 captives as hunger strikers, according to Army Lt. Col. Samuel House, a prison spokesman. Navy medical workers were administering tube feedings to 19 of the hunger strikers, five of them at the prison hospital.

French troops to stay in Mali even after UN forces arrive, defense minister says

French troops to stay in Mali even after UN forces arrive, defense minister says 27 Apr 2013 France's defense minister has reaffirmed that the country will keep 1,000 troops in Mali to fight armed groups even after the arrival of more than 12,000 UN peacekeepers later this year. During his visit to Mali, Le Drian met Acting President Dioncounda Traoré and General Ibrahim Dahrou Dembele to discuss efforts underway to train the Malian military.

Official number of Guantanamo Bay hunger strikers jumps to 100

Official number of Guantanamo Bay hunger strikers jumps to 100 27 Apr 2013 The official number of hunger strikers at Guantanamo Bay reached 100 on Saturday -- three more than the day before. Twenty of the detainees are receiving enteral feeds, five of whom are being observed in a detainee hospital. Lawyers for the detainees contest the official numbers, saying that some 130 prisoners are actually taking part in the protest.

6 months after Sandy, thousands homeless in NY, NJ

6 months after Sandy, thousands homeless in NY, NJ 27 Apr 2013 Six months after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey shore and New York City and pounded coastal areas of New England, the region is dealing with a slow and frustrating, yet often hopeful, recovery. Tens of thousands of people remain homeless.

James Everett Dutschke arrested in connection to ricin letters case

James Everett Dutschke arrested in connection to ricin letters case 27 Apr 2013 James Everett Dutschke was arrested at 1 a.m. at his home in Tupelo Saturday and turned over to the U.S. Marshal Services without incident, Tupelo Police Chief Tony Carleton, confirmed Saturday morning.

Everything Is Rigged: The Biggest Price-Fixing Scandal Ever

After Boston, spending on video surveillance expected to surge

After Boston, spending on video surveillance expected to surge 26 Apr 2013 Video surveillance, a market that was already on an upward trajectory, is expected to receive a big boost in spending following the bombings in Boston.

Conn. state employee fired for allegedly showing Newtown gunman's body

Conn. state employee fired for allegedly showing Newtown gunman's body 27 Apr 2013 The employee at Connecticut's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner accused of letting her husband see the body of the [alleged] Newtown school shooter has been fired. Chief Medical Examiner Dr. H.

Syrian officials deny government use of chemical weapons

Syrian officials deny government use of chemical weapons 26 Apr 2013 Two Syrian officials have denied Western allegations that the government in Damascus has used chemical weapons against foreign-backed militants. An unnamed Syrian government official said on Friday that President Bashar Assad's military "did not and will not use chemical weapons even if it had them," AP news agency reported.

Lab-Altered H5N1 Flu More Infectious to Humans than Birds

Lab-Altered H5N1 Flu More Infectious to Humans than Birds 26 Apr 2013 A new study suggests a laboratory-mutated H5N1 avian influenza virus could pose a greater risk to humans than to birds, adding to concerns about the new avian flu strain that has emerged recently in China.

Air Force general, his wife and pet dog killed in plane crash as cause remains unknown

Air Force general, his wife and pet dog killed in plane crash as cause remains unknown 26 Apr 2013 Authorities are currently investigating what caused a plane crash in Virginia that killed a highly trained pilot from the Air Force Friday evening. Major General Joseph D.

China finds new bird flu case in eastern Fujian province: Xinhua

China finds new bird flu case in eastern Fujian province: Xinhua 26 Apr 2013 Chinese authorities discovered on Friday the first case of a new strain of bird flu in the eastern province of Fujian, signaling the spread of the virus which has killed 23 people in China, the official Xinhua news agency reported.

Former BBC security guard jailed for terrorism offences

Former BBC security guard jailed for terrorism offences 25 Apr 2013 Richard Dart, who used to work for the BBC, and his co-conspirators, Jahangir Alom and Imran Mahmood, were sentenced at the Old Bailey for engaging in conduct in preparation of acts of terrorism. They admitted the offence between July 2010 and July last year at a previous hearing last month.

Emergency actors will be in Sarasota Friday for hospital explosion disaster drill

Heads up!! Emergency actors will be in Sarasota Friday for hospital explosion disaster drill 24 Apr 2013 Sarasota County emergency managers, local fire, police and EMS personnel and Sarasota Memorial Hospital will participate in a disaster drill Friday. The training drill will simulate an accidental explosion at the hospital in a hyperbaric chamber on the fourth floor of the Waldemere Tower.

Senate passes bill to ease FAA furloughs

Senate passes bill to ease FAA furloughs 25 Apr 2013 With flight delays mounting, the Senate approved hurry-up legislation Thursday night to end air traffic controller furloughs blamed for inconveniencing large numbers of travelers. A House vote on the measure was expected as early as Friday, with lawmakers eager to embark on a weeklong vacation.

Pentagon downplays comment on F-35 fighter jet cyber threat

Pentagon downplays comment on F-35 fighter jet cyber threat 25 Apr 2013 The Pentagon on Thursday downplayed a comment by one of its officials that he is not totally confident in the ability of the $396 billion F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, built by Lockheed Martin Corp., to survive a cyber attack.

White House: U.S. Intelligence Has 'Varying Degrees of Confidence' That Assad Used Chemical Weapons

FBI and police serve 16 search warrants in East Bay

FBI and police serve 16 search warrants in East Bay 25 Apr 2013 We expect to learn more today about a series of overnight raids by the FBI and police in several East Bay cities. The 'crime' sweep wrapped up Thursday around 1 a.m. Police say they served 16 high-risk narcotics and weapons-related search warrants, 13 of which were served in Oakland.

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