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President Obama names Julia Pierson to head Secret Service

President Obama names Julia Pierson to head Secret Service 26 Mar 2013 A year after the U.S. Secret Service was embroiled in a prostitution scandal, President Obama on Tuesday named a high-ranking career employee to become its first female director. Julia A. Pierson, a veteran of the agency's Miami and Orlando, Fla., field offices, currently serves as chief of staff of the law enforcement agency best known for protecting the U.S. president.

Bomb-making materials found in Colo. suspect's car

'Monsanto Protection Act' slips silently through US Congress

'Monsanto Protection Act' slips silently through US Congress 26 Mar 2013 The US House of Representatives quietly passed a last-minute addition to the Agricultural Appropriations Bill for 2013 last week - including a provision protecting genetically modified seeds from litigation in the face of health risks.

Duke tells NRC risk of Jocassee Dam failure isn't credible

Duke tells NRC risk of Jocassee Dam failure isn't credible --Company discusses its post-Fukushima study with nuclear agency 26 Mar 2013 Duke Energy's newest Jocassee Dam flooding hazard study, ordered by regulators after Japan's nuclear disaster two years ago, shows that the company doesn't consider a failure of the massive structure upstream from the Oconee Nuclear Station a credible risk.

Expert says 10,000 'extremist' websites on the web

Expert says 10,000 'extremist' websites on the web 26 Mar 2013 There are more than 10,000 extremist websites on the Internet compared to fewer than 100 countering them, an analyst Tuesday told a conference which stressed the need to rebut militant propaganda.

In Miami case, U.S. Supreme Court limits use drug-sniffing police dogs outside homes

In Miami case, U.S. Supreme Court limits use drug-sniffing police dogs outside homes 26 Mar 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a Florida high court ruling limiting the use of drug-sniffing police dogs outside homes. The Florida Supreme Court in April 2011 had ruled that Miami-Dade police violated a man's right to privacy when they used a police dog outside the front door without a search warrant... U.S.

In Landmark Case, Justices Debate Gay Marriage

In Landmark Case, Justices Debate Gay Marriage 26 Mar 2013 The Supreme Court justices raised questions on Tuesday morning on the meaning of marriage. Two California couples challenging Proposition 8, the state's ban on same-sex marriage, say it excludes gay and lesbian couples from an institution with a deep and distinctive meaning and thus violates the Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection.

Officials: US training Syrian forces in Jordan

Officials: US training Syrian forces in Jordan 26 Mar 2013 American and foreign officials say the U.S. is training 'secular Syrian fighters' in Jordan in a bid to bolster forces battling President Bashar Assad's government and stem the influence of 'Islamist radicals' among the country's persistently splintered opposition.

Bioterror lab danger rising, report finds

Bioterror lab danger rising, report finds --Two new government reports raise concerns about the risks posed by labs experimenting with dangerous germs that have the potential to be used as bioterror weapons [for US false flags].

Newtown residents field NRA robo-calls on gun control

Newtown residents field NRA robo-calls on gun control 25 Mar 2013 Just over three months after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in which 20 students and 6 educators were killed, robo-calls against gun legislation have been received by Connecticut residents, including some in Newtown.

Bush's pension benefits top $1 MILLION in 2012

Bush's pension benefits top $1 MILLION in 2012 [One quick war crimes trial -- 9/11, Cheney's Fort Detrick anthrax attacks, Iraq, Abu Ghraib, Afghanistan, Bagram, etc.

4 journalists arrested in UK phone hacking probe

4 journalists arrested in UK phone hacking probe 14 Mar 2013 Four people, all journalists or former journalists for Britain's Mirror Group Newspapers, have been arrested on suspicion of conspiring to hack voice mails, police in London said Thursday. The investigation is mainly concerned with the Sunday Mirror newspaper and is focused on the period from 2003 to 2004.

Supreme Court takes up historic gay marriage battle

Supreme Court takes up historic gay marriage battle 25 Mar 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court this week takes its first serious look ever at the issue of same-sex marriage, considering two cases that raise a fundamental issue: does the Constitution's guarantee of equal protection allow legal distinctions between same-sex couples and those of the opposite sex?

'Stop the right people': NYPD officer caught on tape ordering cops to search 'male blacks, 14 to 20'

'Stop the right people': NYPD officer caught on tape ordering cops to search 'male blacks, 14 to 20' 25 Mar 2013 An audio recording made public as part of a federal lawsuit against the New York Police Department's controversial racist stop-and-frisk policy reveals a commanding officer ordering cops to stop 'male blacks.' The recording was made in secret in February by

Vial of Deadly Virus Missing from Texas University Campus

Vial of Deadly Virus Missing from Texas University Campus --Campus laboratory officials realized one of five stored vials was missing. 25 Mar 2013 A vial containing a potentially deadly strain of Guanarito virus, which can infect rodents and then be transferred to humans, has disappeared from a laboratory at the University of Texas.

Vial of deadly virus goes missing from Texas lab

Vial of deadly virus goes missing from Texas lab 25 Mar 2013 Officials say a vial containing a virus that can cause hemorrhagic fever has gone missing from a research facility in Galveston. The University of Texas Medical Branch said Saturday that there was no breach in the security its Galveston National Laboratory and no indication of wrongdoing.

Supreme Court will broaden its look at affirmative action

Supreme Court will broaden its look at affirmative action 25 Mar 2013 The Supreme Court is broadening its examination of affirmative action by adding a case about Michigan's effort to ban consideration of race in college admissions. The justices [sic] already were considering a challenge to the University of Texas program that takes account of race, among many factors, to fill remaining spots in its freshman classes.

US, Israel cyber attacks on Iran act of force: NATO

US, Israel cyber attacks on Iran act of force: NATO 25 Mar 2013 NATO's cyberwarfare center says cyber attacks launched against the Islamic Republic of Iran by the US and Israel constituted "an act of force" and were illegal under international law.

'Mossad spy' spilled secrets to Hezbollah: report

'Mossad spy' spilled secrets to Hezbollah: report 24 Mar 2013 A man identified by media as an Australian-Israeli Mossad agent and found hanged in a Tel Aviv jail had passed secrets to Hezbollah before his death, an influential German magazine reported Sunday.

Microsoft, Too, Says FBI Secretly Surveilling Its Customers

Microsoft, Too, Says FBI Secretly Surveilling Its Customers 21 Mar 2013 Microsoft said the Federal Bureau of Investigation is secretly spying on its customers with so-called National Security Letters that don't require a judge's approval, a revelation Thursday that mirrors one Google announced two weeks ago.

Military-style drones will patrol NYC: Bloomberg

Military-style drones will patrol NYC: Bloomberg [Well, until people start blowing them out of the sky. Then, they will stop patrolling.] 22 Mar 2013 Like it or not, the eye in the sky will soon be following your every move, according to Mayor Bloomberg. "You can't keep the tides from coming in," the mayor remarked when asked about drones on his weekly radio show.

No radiation at Berezovsky home, no sign of outside role in death

No radiation at Berezovsky home, no sign of outside role in death 24 Mar 2013 British police searched for radiation and chemicals at former Russian 'oligarch' Boris Berezovsky's home near London on Sunday but found none, and said there was no evidence anyone else was involved in his still unexplained death.

Top U.S. diplomat Kerry asks Iraq to stop arms to Syria

Top U.S. diplomat Kerry asks Iraq to stop arms to Syria [Yeah, only USociopaths and their deranged allies are allowed to send them there. What nerve. Someday, a nation is going to grow a set and stop the world's psycho self-appointed policeman. --LRP. NSAciopaths/Google goons -- that would be Lori Price, saving you time.] 24 Mar 2013 U.S.

Pentagon requests $49 million to build new prison at Guantanamo for 'special' detainees

Pentagon requests $49 million to build new prison at Guantánamo for 'special' detainees 21 Mar 2013 The United States Southern Command has requested $49 million to build a new prison building at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, for "special" detainees prisoners on top of other renovations it says are necessary since Congress has decided to keep it open indefinitely.

Northern Virginia officials worry secret CIA facility could scuttle hopes for landing FBI HQ

Northern Virginia officials worry secret CIA facility could scuttle hopes for landing FBI HQ 23 Mar 2013 Fairfax County officials want Uncle Sam to know they have the perfect site in Springfield to replace the FBI’s 39-year-old Washington headquarters...

Senate passes budget after late-night 'vote-a-rama'

Senate passes budget after late-night 'vote-a-rama' 23 Mar 2013 Senators rammed through a whopping 101 amendments and took 70 roll call votes in a late night "vote-a-rama" session that lasted until 5:30 a.m. Saturday. The budget plan, proposed by Senate Budget Committee Chairwoman Patty Murray, only narrowly passed by a 50-49 vote. The blueprint seeks to raise almost $1 trillion in new tax revenue through closing loopholes and tax breaks on the wealthy.

Marines ID Gunman, 2 Victims in Va. Base Shooting

Marines ID Gunman, 2 Victims in Va. Base Shooting --Military officials have not released a motive for the shooting. 24 Mar 2013 A Marine who shot two of his colleagues to death and then killed himself was a tactics instructor at a school that tests Marines who want to become officers, military officials said Saturday. Sgt. Eusebio Lopez, 25, gunned down 19-year-old Lance Cpl. Sara Castromata and Cpl.

Afghan official says member of government-backed militia has shot and killed 5 colleagues

Afghan official says member of government-backed militia has shot and killed 5 colleagues 22 Mar 2013 An Afghan official says a member of the country's government-backed militia has shot and killed five of his colleagues. Badhis provincial government spokesman Mirwais Mirzakwal told The Associated Press on Friday that the shooting happened Thursday morning in a remote part of Qadis district.

Chemical experts sent to the home of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky who was found dead 'in bath'

Chemical experts sent to the home of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky who was found dead 'in bath' 23 Mar 2013 Officers trained to deal with chemical and radiological threats have been sent to the home of Boris Berezovsky, the exiled Russian 'oligarch' who was found dead on Saturday.

Mossad Hacked by Sector404 and Anonymous

Mossad Hacked by Sector404 and Anonymous 22 Mar 2013 The Israeli Intelligence Agency has been attacked and hacked by hacktivist groups Sector404 and Anonymous. Sector404 initiated a distributed denial of service attack on the Mossad website (www.mossad.gov.il) whilst Anonymous hacked the site and leaked sensitive data from the database related to 30,000 Mossad agents.

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