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Protester hurls shoes at Paul Bremer, former US envoy to Iraq

Protester hurls shoes at Paul Bremer, former US envoy to Iraq 11 Feb 2013 Former U.S. diplomat [aka Exxon Mobil/Monsanto wh*re] Paul Bremer had shoes thrown at him during a meeting held Wednesday in the British Parliament in an attack reminiscent of the 2008 shoe hurling directed at President [sic]  George W. Bush.

Multiple people shot in Delaware courthouse

Multiple people shot in Delaware courthouse 11 Fevb 2013 A police spokesman says three people were shot at the New Castle County Courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware. Wilmington police Cpl. Jamaine Crawford says two women and a man were shot early Monday and that the man hit was a security guard. Crawford says he does not know the condition of the three people who were shot.

USM campus in state of emergency after tornado tears through Hattiesburg area

USM campus in state of emergency after tornado tears through Hattiesburg area 10 Feb 2013 A tornado is confirmed to have touched down in Hattiesburg, and damage is being reported on the western side of the University of Southern Mississippi, according to Joanne Culin, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. The university has declared a state of emergency on campus.

U.S. trains for mass migration in Caribbean security drill

U.S. trains for mass migration in Caribbean security drill 10 Feb 2013 A simulated wave of Caribbean migrants sailed to the Guantanamo naval base this week for a training drill designed to prepare U.S. troops and security agencies who might someday have to handle the real thing.

Christopher Dorner Is First Drone Target on US Soil

Christopher Dorner Is First Drone Target on US Soil --Police plan to use spy drones in the hunt for a Rambo-style ex-soldier and policeman 10 Feb 2013 Police believe burly, heavily-armed Christopher Dorner is holed-up in the wilderness of California’s snow-capped San Bernardino mountains 80 miles east of Los Angeles.

Drone Spotted Hovering Above Neighborhood in West Oakland

Drone Spotted Hovering Above Neighborhood in West Oakland 09 Feb 2013 On February 8th, 2013 at 3:50 pm a drone was sighted hovering above a neighborhood in West Oakland. There didn’t seem to be a focus, it just maintained its position above properties near a highway. It is not known at this point what agency or individual was operating the craft.

Philadelphia Courts Begin Using Computer Forecasts to Predict Future Criminal Behavior

Philadelphia Courts Begin Using Computer Forecasts to Predict Future Criminal Behavior 07 Feb 2013 Judges in the Philadelphia court system are now taking advantage of powerful new computer models to help determine how much jail time an offender should get. Computers have been forecasting weather and economic trends for years, but applying algorithms to human behavior is relatively new.

BP hit by new $34bn Deepwater Horizon claim

BP hit by new $34bn Deepwater Horizon claim 05 Feb 2013 BP has been hit by a new $34bn (£21.7bn) claim for alleged economic losses and punitive damages resulting from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Cost of War Includes at Least 253,330 Brain Injuries and 1,700 Amputations

Cost of War Includes at Least 253,330 Brain Injuries and 1,700 Amputations 08 Feb 2013 Here are indications of the lingering costs of 11 years of warfare. Nearly 130,000 U.S. troops have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, and vastly more have experienced brain injuries. Over 1,700 have undergone life-changing limb amputations. Over 50,000 have been wounded in action. As of Wednesday, 6,656 U.S. troops and Defense Department civilians have died.

Flaws found in US missile shield - AP

Flaws found in US missile shield - AP 09 Feb 2013 Secret Defense Department studies cast doubt on whether a multibillion-dollar missile defense system planned for Europe can ever protect the U.S. from 'Iranian missiles' as intended, congressional investigators say. One possibility has been ruled out as technically unfeasible.

Nuclear watchdog execs held 30 illicit meetings with power firms

Nuclear watchdog execs held 30 illicit meetings with power firms 10 Feb 2013 A former senior official of the Nuclear Regulation Authority held at least 30 meetings with power company executives in violation of the new watchdog's internal rules, it was learned Saturday.

Los Angeles Police to Reopen Case Against Officer

Los Angeles Police to Reopen Case Against Officer 10 Feb 2013 The Los Angeles Police Department will reopen its investigation into the 2007 episode that led to the firing of Christopher J. Dorner, the former Los Angeles police officer who is wanted in three killings, department officials said Saturday night. Mr.

FDA approves new flu vaccines made with dog kidney cells, insects

Mega barf alert: FDA approves new flu vaccines made with dog kidney cells, insects 09 Feb 2013 Some researchers are focusing on the as-yet-unattainable ideal: a vaccine that would protect against all forms of the virus, with just one immunization every 10 years or so... In November, the Food and Drug Administration approved Flucelvax, manufactured by Novartis, the first U.S.-licensed flu vaccine that uses cell culture technology.

US military leader plays down 'zero option' for troop levels in Afghanistan

US military leader plays down 'zero option' for troop levels in Afghanistan 09 Feb 2013 The top US military officer said on Saturday he was confident that enough American troops would remain in Afghanistan after 2014 to accomplish the three-part 'mission' agreed to by allies at last year's Nato summit in Chicago.

Snowstorm shuts down Massachusetts nuclear plan

Snowstorm shuts down Massachusetts nuclear plant 09 Feb 2013 A nuclear power plant in Massachusetts lost power and automatically shut down late on Friday during a massive blizzard across the northeastern United States, the nuclear regulator said. The reactor at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth closed down with no problems and there was no threat to public safety, an official at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said.

Afghanistan confirms UN report on child killings by US-led troops

Afghanistan confirms UN report on child killings by US-led troops 09 Feb 2013 Afghanistan has confirmed a United Nations report that accuses US-led forces of killing hundreds of Afghan children over the last four years.

US-led helicopter crashes in Afghanistan

US-led helicopter crashes in Afghanistan 07 Feb 2013 A helicopter belonging to the US-led forces in Afghanistan has crashed in the east of the Asian country, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) says. An ISAF spokesman said on Thursday that the NATO helicopter crashed in the eastern province of Kapisa. "I can confirm an International Security Assistance Force helicopter crashed in eastern Afghanistan today," the ISAF spokesman stated.

Teacher Shot at Sandy Hook Elementary to Attend State of the Union

Teacher Shot at Sandy Hook Elementary to Attend State of the Union 08 Feb 2013 Natalie Hammond, the lead teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School who survived being shot on Dec. 14, will listen to the President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday from the gallery of the House of the Representatives. U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty, D-5th District, invited Hammond to be her guest.

Libor Accords Leave Banks Facing 'Massive' State Claims

Libor Accords Leave Banks Facing 'Massive' State Claims 06 Feb 2013 A multistate probe of alleged manipulation of interest rates threatens to leave banks liable for billions of dollars in estimated state and local losses from the scandal, even as they settle with national regulators.

Support grows for U.S. 'drone tribunal' to review CIA kill lists

Obama's Death Panels: Support grows for U.S. 'drone tribunal' to review CIA kill lists 08 Feb 2013 Some lawmakers have proposed a special federal "drone court" that would approve suspected militants for targeting. While the idea of a judicial review of such operations may be gaining political currency, multiple U.S. officials said on Friday that imminent action by the U.S. Congress or the White House to create one is unlikely.

Doctors to review Guantanamo prisoner's CIA detention records

Doctors to review Guantanamo prisoner's CIA detention records 08 Feb 2013 CIA records documenting the waterboarding and interrogation of an alleged al Qaeda [al-CIAduh] chieftain must be shown to the doctors who will decide whether he is mentally competent for trial on charges of conspiring to bomb a U.S. warship, a judge ordered.

Rand Paul to Deliver 'Tea Party Response' to State of the Union

Rand Paul to Deliver 'Tea Party Response' to State of the Union 08 Feb 2013 President Obama will once again face two rebuttals, after his State of the Union address on Tuesday. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., will deliver the "tea party response" to Obama from the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Tuesday night.

NY gov declares state of emergency as winter storm hits region

NY gov declares state of emergency as winter storm hits region 08 Feb 2013 New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is declaring a state of emergency as a big winter storm hits the region. Cuomo said Friday afternoon that the storm won't be nearly as bad as Sandy. He says so far, 2,300 flights have been canceled and the state's airports are expected to close early.

Keystone XL pipeline protester arrested in Oklahoma

Keystone XL pipeline protester arrested in Oklahoma 05 Feb 2013 Norman resident Elisabeth Leja went to jail Monday to show her opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline. Leja, 74, was arrested Monday morning at a construction site between Paden and Boley in Okfuskee County, where TransCanada crews are working on the pipeline. The retired teacher locked herself to a piece of equipment being used to build the 485-mile pipeline between the oil storage hub at Cushing and refineries on the Gulf Coast.

More Marines to Japan; Vietnam, Cambodia next

Why we can't 'afford' Saturday mail delivery: More Marines to Japan; Vietnam, Cambodia next 05 Feb 2013 The Marine Corps' shift to the Pacific will ramp up considerably this year, with more personnel and aircraft rotating to Japan and other destinations throughout the region. As of late January, there are two infantry battalions rotating through Okinawa for six months at a time, with a third scheduled to start this summer.

US newspapers accused of complicity as drone report reopens security debate

US newspapers accused of complicity as drone report reopens security debate --New York Times and Washington Post knew about secret drone base in Saudi Arabia but agreed not to disclose it to the public 06 Feb 2013 US news organisations are facing accusations of complicity after it emerged that they bowed to pressure from the Obama administration not to disclose the existence of a secret drone base in Saudi Arabia despite knowing about it for a year.

Manhunt: Lawyer says LA police shot women without warning

Manhunt: Lawyer says LA police shot women without warning --'There were no warnings and no orders. Just gunshots.' 08 Feb 2013 A lawyer says two women delivering newspapers had no warning before they were mistakenly shot by Los Angeles police officers searching for triple murder suspect Christopher Dorner.

Former LAPD cop Christopher Dorner visited San Diego Navy base

Former LAPD cop Christopher Dorner visited San Diego Navy base 07 Feb 2013 A Navy base was briefly locked down and Mexican authorities kept a watch on the border Thursday in a spreading manhunt for a former Los Angeles policeman who is believed to have killed three people and vowed war on law enforcement.

Mayor grounds Seattle police drone program

Mayor grounds Seattle police drone program 07 Feb 2013 Seattle's mayor on Thursday ordered the police department to abandon its plan to use drones after residents and privacy advocates protested. Mayor Mike McGinn said the department will not use two small drones it obtained through a federal grant.

US assassination drone attack kills 9 in NW Pakistan

US assassination drone attack kills 9 in NW Pakistan 08 Feb 2013 Nine people are killed after a US assassination drone pounded a village on the border of North and South Waziristan tribal regions in Pakistan's northwest. Missiles fired from the US drones on Friday leveled a compound in the village, some 50 kilometers south of Miranshah, a major town in North Waziristan. "Six drones were hovering in the sky at the time of the attack.

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