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Bush-Era Wiretapping Case Killed Before Reaching Supreme Court

Bush-Era Wiretapping Case Killed Before Reaching Supreme Court 03 Jan 2013 A federal appeals court's August ruling in which it said the federal government may spy on Americans' communications without warrants and without fear of being sued won't be appealed to the Supreme Court, attorneys in the case said Thursday. The decision by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S.

Obama signs Pentagon bill maintaining Guantanamo and military detention

Obama signs Pentagon bill maintaining Guantanamo and military detention 05 Jan 2013 For the second year in a row, President Barack Obama has signed into law a Pentagon funding bill that allows for the indefinite military detention of anyone, including American citizens, without charges, while barring the shutdown of the Guantanamo Bay prison camp.

EPA agrees to look into town's radiation concerns

EPA agrees to look into town's radiation concerns 06 Jan 2013 Federal environmental officials will investigate concerns about radiation levels in a northwestern Indiana community after residents and activists raised concern. The U.S.

FBI. gov hacked by Anonymous and Ghost Shell

FBI. gov hacked by Anonymous and Ghost Shell --Pastebin 06 Jan 2013 FBI. gov hacked by chris_defaulter007 http://FBI.GOV/ Website Server Dox #By Anonymous And Ghost Shell (Chris Defaulter Valentine) Vulnerable Open Ports in FBI InterCommunication Intranet - [REALLY GUYS, WHERE'S UR SECURITY]

Obama to nominate Hagel for defense secretary: Democratic aide

Obama to nominate Hagel for defense secretary: Democratic aide 06 Jan 2013 President Barack Obama will nominate former Republican Senator Chuck Hagel to be his defense secretary and an announcement could come on Monday, a Democratic congressional aide said. The choice will likely set up a confirmation battle in the Senate over whether the former Nebraska senator and Vietnam veteran is a strong enough supporter of key U.S.

Construction is complete on behemoth airship; first flight planned

Too bad the Pentagon wasn't shoved off the fiscal cliff: Construction is complete on behemoth airship; first flight planned --Worldwide Aeros built prototype under contract of about $35 million from Pentagon and NASA 04 Jan 2013 A massive cargo-carrying airship has taken shape inside one of the 17-story wooden blimp hangars at the former military base in Tustin.

Two Chinese women die from H1N1 flu in Beijing: state media

Two Chinese women die from H1N1 flu in Beijing: state media 06 Jan 2013 Two Chinese women have died from the H1N1 flu strain in Beijing in the past 10 days, Chinese state media said on Sunday, the first reported deaths from the virus in China's capital since 2010. A 65-year-old cancer patient died on Friday and a 22-year-old migrant worker died on December 27, the Beijing Daily said on its website, citing the city's Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

White House weighs broad gun-control agenda in wake of Newtown shootings

White House weighs broad gun-control agenda in wake of Newtown shootings 05 Jan 2013 The White House is weighing a far broader and more comprehensive approach to curbing the nation's gun

Idle No More targets Canadian travel route

Idle No More targets Canadian travel routes --Some U.S. border crossings and rail lines shut down by First Nations demonstrators 05 Jan 2013 The Idle No More protest movement continued to gain steam with more demonstrations Saturday, after it was announced Prime Minister Stephen Harper would meet with a delegation of First Nations chiefs, including Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence, who is now on day 26 of a hunger strike.

Aurora, Co: Hostage Taker Killed by SWAT Team, 3 Hostages Dead

Aurora, Co: Hostage Taker Killed by SWAT Team, 3 Hostages Dead 05 Jan 2013 Authorities in Aurora, Colorado are reporting news of a police standoff with an armed man in a Colorado home has ended with 4 dead including the gunman.

Former C.I.A. Officer Is the First to Face Prison for a Classified Leak

Former C.I.A. Officer Is the First to Face Prison for a Classified Leak --Mr. Kiriakou first stumbled into the public limelight by speaking out about waterboarding on television in 2007. 06 Jan 2013 On Jan. 25, John C. Kiriakou is scheduled to be sentenced to 30 months in prison as part of a plea deal in which he admitted violating the Intelligence Identities Protection Act by e-mailing the name of a covert C.I.A.

Four dead in another Aurora, Colorado shooting

Four dead in another Aurora, Colorado shooting 05 Jan 2013 Four people were dead including the gunman following a hostage-taking incident in Aurora, Colorado, the same town where a man shot dead 12 people and wounded 58 more at a movie theatre last July, Denver-area media reported.

Global warming: 2012 was the hottest year recorded

Global warming: 2012 was the hottest year recorded 04 Jan 2013 It may be cold now, but 2012 was the warmest year on record especially for us here in the northeast. According to the Northeast Regional Climate Center, for most major cities 2012 was the "hottest" year ever recorded. In New England, Boston, Worcester, Hartford, and Burlington, Vermont, all broke the record for the warmest annual temperature last year.

Workers making $30,000 will take a bigger hit on their pay than those earning $500,000 under new fiscal deal

Workers making $30,000 will take a bigger hit on their pay than those earning $500,000 under new fiscal deal 03 Jan 2013 Middle-class workers will take a bigger hit to their income proportionately than those earning between $200,000 and $500,000 under the new fiscal cliff deal, according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center.

Radioactive waste dumped into rivers during decontamination work in Fukushima

Radioactive waste dumped into rivers during decontamination work in Fukushima 04 Jan 2013 Cleanup crews in Fukushima Prefecture have dumped soil and leaves contaminated with radioactive fallout into rivers. Water sprayed on contaminated buildings has been allowed to drain back into the environment. And supervisors have instructed workers to ignore rules on proper collection and disposal of the radioactive waste.

Hugo Chávez fights for life as supporters pray in Venezuela

Hugo Chávez fights for life as supporters pray in Venezuela 04 Jan 2013 The change of mood in Plaza Bolivar could hardly be more dramatic. Less than three months ago, jubilant crowds filled the main square in Caracas to celebrate another election triumph for Hugo Chávez with chants of "Oo, ah, Chávez no se va" -- Chávez won't go.

Congress passes $9.7 billion in Sandy aid, with some House GOP dissent

Congress passes $9.7 billion in Sandy aid, with some House GOP dissent 04 Jan 2013 Congress has approved $9.7 billion in new aid for victims of Hurricane Sandy, with a face-saving quick move by the House taken three days after Speaker John A. Boehner earned scathing criticism from New York and New Jersey Republicans for canceling a late-night vote on the funds.

17 soldiers abandon base along Syrian border, are sent to jail

17 soldiers abandon base along Syrian border, are sent to jail --Golani Brigade troops stationed on Mount Hermon cite humiliating treatment from their commanding officers 03 Jan 2013 Citing humiliating treatment by their commanders, 17 infantry soldiers mutinied and abandoned their post on Mount Hermon, near Israel's border with Syria, on Wednesday night.

Hillary Clinton to return to work next week

Hillary Clinton to return to work next week 03 Jan 2013 Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is "raring to go" and plans to return to work next week after medical setbacks that kept her out of public view for more than three weeks, a spokeswoman

Venezuelan government announces Chávez has 'severe' respiratory infection

Venezuelan government announces Chávez has 'severe' respiratory infection 04 Jan 2013 Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez is still suffering a "severe" respiratory infection that has hindered his breathing as he struggles to recover from cancer surgery in Cuba, the government said on Thursday. The 58-year-old socialist leader has not been seen in public nor heard from in more than three weeks.

Limited Sandy relief vote to occur on Friday

Limited Sandy relief vote to occur on Friday 03 Jan 2013 After a firestorm of criticism from Northeast Republicans, the House of Representatives is expected to take up an aid package on Friday meant to address those still reeling in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. Lawmakers will consider $9 billion in immediate assistance for flood insurance and will weigh another $51 billion in broader aid on January 15.

Broad $60.4B Sandy relief bill criticized as 'pork'

Broad $60.4B Sandy relief bill criticized as 'pork' 03 Jan 2013 In more than 100 pages of legislation detailing the $60 billion disaster aid plan Congress considered, there's almost no mention of specific projects: no order to rebuild the sand dunes in Belmar that washed away. No earmark to fix the breached berm in the Meadowlands that flooded Moonachie and Little Ferry. No direct payment for the thousands left homeless.

Defense bill's Guantanamo Bay provisions have human rights groups upset with Obama

Defense bill's Guantanamo Bay provisions have human rights groups upset with Obama 03 Jan 2013 With President Obama's second term about to begin, one of his administration's first promises, that it would close the military detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, looks all but abandoned after he signed a defense bill late Wednesday that includes an

FAA restricts air zone around grounded Shell Oil drilling rig off Alaska coast

FAA restricts air zone around grounded Shell Oil drilling rig off Alaska coast 02 Jan 2013 Salvage crews hoped to board the grounded drill rig Kulluk on Wednesday to better assess damage to the beached vessel, but bad weather remained a factor.

Boehner's White House F-bomb

Boehner's White House F-bomb 02 Jan 2013 For all the stalemate in the 'fiscal cliff,' there were some heated moments, too. A Democratic source familiar with one particular exchange told CNN that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell were sitting on a sofa in the White House.

EarthLink blocking CLG Newsletter since 24 December 2012

EarthLink blocking CLG Newsletter since 24 December 2012 --Hotmail, AT&T block update posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 04 Jan 2013 CLGers, if you are subscribed to the CLG Newsletter roster with an EarthLink.net domain, you have not received the CLG Newsletter since -- and possibly before -- 24 December 2012.

Thousands call for Iraq prisoner release, slam PM

Thousands call for Iraq prisoner release, slam PM 04 Jan 2013 Thousands of protesters in Sunni-majority areas of Iraq called Thursday for the release of prisoners and the resignation of the Shiite premier, the latest in more than a week of anti-government rallies.

Department of Defense drug spending ballooned by more than 123 percent since 2002

Bush/Obusha pharma-terrorists' privatization schemes killing US taxpayers: Department of Defense drug spending ballooned by more than 123 percent since 2002 --Soaring cost of military drugs could hurt budget 29 Dec 2012 Last year, the Pentagon spent more on pills, injections and vaccines than it did on Black Hawk helicopters, Abrams tanks, Hercules C-130 cargo planes and Patriot missiles -- combined.

Britain's Kabul embassy installs electronic 'body orifice' security scanners

Britain's Kabul embassy installs electronic 'body orifice' security scanners 28 Dec 2012 The British Embassy in Kabul has followed in the footsteps of high-security prisons around the world by installing what might politely be described as an electronic orifice scanner to screen visitors for weapons concealed inside their bodies.

Rendition gets ongoing embrace from Obama administration

Rendition gets ongoing embrace from Obama administration 02 Jan 2013 The three European men with Somali roots were arrested on a murky pretext in August as they passed through the small African country of Djibouti. But the reason soon became clear when they were visited in their jail cells by a succession of American interrogators.

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