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Univ. of Rhode Island on Lockdown Following Report of Gunman on Campus

Univ. of Rhode Island on Lockdown Following Report of Gunman on Campus 04 Apr 2013 Campus officials at the University of Rhode Island are responding to a report of a possible gunman on their Kingston campus.

Conn. Legislature Approves Historic Gun Bill; Governor to Sign It Thursday at Noon

Conn. Legislature Approves Historic Gun Bill; Governor to Sign It Thursday at Noon 04 Apr 2013 After more than 13 hours of debate that was at moments impassioned and agonized, the General Assembly early Thursday approved an historic and far-reaching gun-control bill that proponents said was their toughest-in-the-nation response to the Dec. 14 Newtown school massacre. The state House of Representatives at 2:26 a.m.

Almost third of US West Coast newborns hit with thyroid problems after Fukushima nuclear disaster

Almost third of US West Coast newborns hit with thyroid problems after Fukushima nuclear disaster 03 Apr 2013 Researchers have discovered that the Fukushima nuclear disaster has had far-reaching health effects more drastic than previously thought: young children born on the US West Coast are 28 percent more likely to develop congenital hyperthyroidism.

Ameren Nuclear Plant Accident Injures Three in Missouri

Ameren Nuclear Plant Accident Injures Three in Missouri 03 Apr 2013 Ameren Corp., owner of Missouri’s biggest utility, said three people were injured yesterday at its nuclear power plant. It was the second worker accident at a U.S. atomic facility this week. The accident involved an "electrical flash" in the switch-yard area of Ameren's Callaway Energy Center at 5:06 p.m. local time, the St.

West Virginia Sheriff Shot and Killed Outside Courthouse

West Virginia Sheriff Shot and Killed Outside Courthouse 03 Apr 2013 A West Virginia sheriff with a reputation for cracking down on drug dealers was shot in the head at point blank range and killed outside a county courthouse today, officials and witnesses said. Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum was shot and killed while sitting in his vehicle during his lunch break in the town of Williamson, state Delegate Harry Keith White told ABC News.

Bird Flu Strain Appears to Have Mutated to Infect Mammals

Bird Flu Strain Appears to Have Mutated to Infect Mammals --WHO: H7N9 virus has genetic markers that would help it infect people 03 Apr 2013 In a worrisome sign, a bird flu in China appears to have mutated so that it can spread to other animals, raising the potential for a bigger threat to people, scientists said Wednesday.

2 With Gang Ties Sought in CO Prison Chief Death

2 With Gang Ties Sought in CO Prison Chief Death 04 Apr 2013 Authorities investigating the death of Colorado's prisons chief told law enforcement officers Wednesday to be on the lookout for two known associates of a white supremacist prison gang.

US sends missile defence to Guam on N. Korea 'threat'

US sends missile defence to Guam on N. Korea 'threat' 03 Apr 2013 The Pentagon said on Wednesday it was sending an advanced ballistic missile defense system to Guam in the coming weeks, as U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel cited a “real and clear” danger from North Korea. North Korea has singled out U.S. military bases in Guam, a U.S.

Obama picks Goldman Sachs exec for ambassador to Canada

Obama picks Goldman Sachs exec for ambassador to Canada 03 Apr 2013 U.S. President Barack Obama has selected a partner at the investment firm of Goldman Sachs in Chicago to be the new U.S. ambassador to Canada, CBC News has learned. Sources tell CBC News Network's Power & Politics that Bruce Heyman has accepted the job but still has to pass a vetting process in order to be be formally nominated. His confirmation will be up to the U.S. Congress.

Obama to attend George W. Bush presidential library opening

Obama to attend George W. Bush presidential library opening 03 Apr 2013 President Barack Obama will join all four living former U.S. presidents at ceremonies marking the opening of George W. Bush's presidential library later this month, the White House said on Wednesday. It will mark the first time since January 2009 that the so-called "presidents club" has gotten together. Obama and former presidents Jimmy Carter, George H.W.

Ft. Knox on heightened security alert following fatal shooting

Ft. Knox on heightened security alert following fatal shooting --The post was placed on a full 100 percent lockdown at 5:50 p.m., but is currently under a heightened security alert. 03 Apr 2013 Fort Knox is on a heightened security alert following a fatal shooting on post. According to Fort Knox PAO Kyle Hodges, Fort Knox police were alerted to a shooting in the parking lot outside of the Human Resource Command headquarters at 5:40 p.m.

Banks Look to Set Up Branches in Iraq

Banks Look to Set Up Branches in Iraq [Great. Now we'll be bailing out Bank of Amerika in Iraq.] 04 Apr 2013 According to the Web site of the Central Bank of Iraq, the country is served by 7 state-owned banks, 32 private banks and 15 foreign banks. But analysts say that a handful of state-owned banks -- and two in particular, Rafidain Bank and Rasheed Bank -- dominate 90 percent of the business.

Conn. creates nation's first statewide 'Dangerous Person' registry, in wake of Sandy Hook

Conn. creates nation's first statewide 'Dangerous Person' registry, in wake of Sandy Hook --Conn. Senate passes toughest U.S. gun laws 03 Apr 2013 The Connecticut Senate on Wednesday evening approved far-reaching gun control legislation that would be the toughest in the United States. It passed on a 26-10 vote and now heads to the House, which is to begin deliberations. Final approval is expected Wednesday night.

U.S. to deploy anti-missile system to Guam

Sequester this: U.S. to deploy anti-missile system to Guam 03 Apr 2012 The United States will deploy a sophisticated anti-missile defense system to Guam in response to North Korean threats to U.S. military bases in the Pacific, the Pentagon said Wednesday.

Beijing Prepares for Avian Flu

Beijing Prepares for Avian Flu 02 Apr 2013 A decade after the deadly SARS virus wrought havoc in Beijing and other Chinese cities, hospitals in China's capital are gearing up in the event that another pandemic begins to spread.

Defense Secretary Hagel to take voluntary sequester pay cut

Defense Secretary Hagel to take voluntary sequester pay cut 02 Apr 2013 Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will take a voluntary pay cut as a show of solidarity with Pentagon employees who will have to take unpaid time off over the coming months, a Defense Department spokesman said on Tuesday. Hagel will give back the equivalent of 14 days' pay to the government, Pentagon spokesman George Little said.

Mark Sanford wins GOP nomination in South Carolina

Mark Sanford wins GOP nomination in South Carolina 02 Apr 2013 The former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford has cleared another hurdle in his bid for a political comeback, winning the Republican nomination for a vacant seat in the House of Representatives. Sanford's political career was derailed four years ago when he disappeared from the state and later admitted to an extramarital affair with an Argentinian woman – they are now engaged.

US deploys second destroyer closer to North Korea coast

US deploys second destroyer closer to North Korea coast 02 Apr 2013 The United States says it has deployed a second guided-missile destroyer in the Pacific to waters off the Korean Peninsula as tensions mount with North Korea. On Monday, US defense officials said that the USS John McCain was being positioned to operate off the Korean Peninsula.

China: Four More Cases of New Bird Flu Strain

China: Four More Cases of New Bird Flu Strain 02 Apr 2013 China has confirmed that four more people in one province are seriously ill with a bird flu virus new to humans that has already killed two people. The health bureau of eastern Jiangsu province said on its website that three women, aged 45, 48 and 32, and an 83-year-old man, from different cities in the province, were all critically ill with the H7N9 virus.

Top scientists to Obama: Ban mutation experiments that will make avian flu more infectious

Top scientists to Obama: Ban mutation experiments that will make avian flu more infectious 01 Apr 2013 A group of leading scientists -- including a Noble Prize winner -- has proclaimed that it is "ethically and morally" wrong to alter the deadly H5N1 virus to make it more contagious for research purposes, and have asked President Obama to ban it.

U.S. Lawmakers: CIA Should Keep Armed UAVs

U.S. Lawmakers: CIA Should Keep Armed UAVs 01 Apr 2013 Pro-military lawmakers and U.S. analysts want the White House to resist shifting the CIA's armed unmanned aircraft program to the Pentagon, citing operational and legal reasons to keep the spy agency in the targeted-killing business. The Obama administration is mulling whether placing the U.S.

Greenpeace protest 'polar bear' floats past Kremlin

Greenpeace protest 'polar bear' floats past Kremlin 01 Apr 2013 A Greenpeace activist in a polar bear suit has floated along the Moscow River past the Kremlin before being briefly detained in a stunt by the environmental group to protest against energy exploration in Russia's Arctic waters.

US officials confirm Afghan teenager stabbed American soldier

US officials confirm Afghan teenager stabbed American soldier 02 Apr 2013 US officials have confirmed that an Afghan teenager stabbed a 26-year-old American soldier to death in eastern Afghanistan. The officials said on Monday that the assailant stabbed Sgt. Michael Cable in the neck on Wednesday in the province of Nangarhar.

Bird flu: Deaths cause scramble to probe virus's source

Bird flu: Deaths cause scramble to probe virus's source [If they start with the labs at Fort Detrick, it'll be a big time-saver.] 01 Apr 2013 Health officials are scrambling to investigate a deadly new bird flu strain in China [H7N9] that has left two men dead and a woman fighting for her life, but so far, more questions than answers have emerged.

US Navy shifts destroyer to waters off Korean peninsula

US Navy shifts destroyer to waters off Korean peninsula 01 Apr 2013 The U.S. Navy is shifting a guided-missile destroyer in the Pacific to waters off the Korean peninsula in the wake of ongoing rhetoric from North Korea, U.S. defense officials said. The USS McCain is capable of intercepting and destroying a missile, should North Korea decide to fire one off, the officials said. Still, U.S.

Conn. legislature proposes toughest gun laws in the nation

Conn. legislature proposes toughest gun laws in the nation 01 Apr 2013 Connecticut will have the toughest gun-control laws in the nation, leaders of the House and Senate proclaimed Monday night, culminating weeks of secret bipartisan negotiations after the worst school shooting in the nation's history.

4 arrested as Dutch search for alleged sarin nerve agent after tip

4 arrested as Dutch search for alleged sarin nerve agent after tip 01 Apr 2013 Dutch police spent three days digging up a field after receiving a tip that sarin may have been buried there, but they found no trace of the deadly nerve agent, a prosecutor's office spokeswoman said Monday.

Fox News reporter ordered to return to court over refusal to reveal sources in Colo. shooting case

Fox News reporter ordered to return to court over refusal to reveal sources in Colo. shooting case 01 Apr 2013 The FoxNews.com reporter who broke the exclusive story about a notebook that Colorado shooter James Holmes sent to his psychiatrist, then refused to reveal her sources under threat of jail, was ordered to return to the Aurora courtroom April 10,  in a case experts say has chilling ramifications for the First Amendment.

U.S. Navy moving radar platform closer to North Korea's coast, Pentagon says

U.S. Navy moving radar platform closer to North Korea's coast, Pentagon says 01 Apr 2013 The U.S. Navy is moving a warship and a sea-based radar platform closer to the North Korean coast in order to monitor that country's military moves, including possible new missile launches, a Defense Department official said Monday. The decision to move at least one ship and the oil rig-like SBX-1 are the first of what may be other naval deployments, CNN has learned.

Prosecution pushes death penalty for Colorado theater shooting suspect

Prosecution pushes death penalty for Colorado theater shooting suspect --Attorneys on both sides under gag order 01 Apr 2013 Prosecutors said Monday they will seek the death penalty for Colorado movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes despite his offer last week to plead guilty in exchange for avoiding a death sentence.

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