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High radiation levels found at Ohio nuclear plant

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

High radiation levels found at Ohio nuclear plant 27 Apr 2011 High radiation levels recorded at a nuclear reactor in northeast Ohio have prompted a special inspection by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The NRC says workers at the Perry Nuclear Power Plant immediately evacuated the plant on April 22 when radiation levels rose while the plant was in the process of shutting down for a refueling outage. The commission says radiation levels rose when workers were removing a monitor that measures nuclear reactions during start-up and shutdown.

Radiation scare at Ohio nuclear plant

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Radiation scare at Ohio nuclear plant --U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission doing special inspection 27 Apr 2011 A radiation scare at a nuclear power plant in Perry, Ohio has the town on edge. Workers at the plant were apparently exposed to low levels of radiation. Workers noticed the spike in radiation when a range monitor measuring nuclear reactions was being removed.

Exxon, Shell Post Huge 1Q Profits on High Oil Prices

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Exxon, Shell Post Huge 1Q Profits on High Oil Prices 28 Apr 2011 The world’s two largest oil companies Thursday reported multi-billion-dollar first-quarter profits, up from a year ago, on higher crude oil prices. Exxon Mobil Corp.’s net income was $10.56 billion, or $2.14 per share, up from $6.3 billion, or $1.33. It was the world's largest oil company’s biggest profit since its record $14.83 billion in the third quarter of 2008. Revenue rose 26% to $114 billion. Royal Dutch Shell earned $8.78 billion, up from $5.48 billion a year ago. Revenue rose 28% to $110 billion.

Obama puts new national security team in place

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Obama puts new national security team in place --President names Panetta as next defense secretary, Petraeus as CIA chief 28 Apr 2011 Seeking to tame wars overseas and budget deficits at home, President Barack Obama announced a major reshuffling of his national security team Thursday aimed at ensuring leadership continuity during a perilous time. Obama nominated CIA Director Leon Panetta to replace Defense Secretary Robert Gates when Gates makes his long-planned retirement this summer; and proposed sending Iraq and Afghanistan war commander Gen. David Petraeus [Betrayus] to head the CIA.

US, UK taking Bahrain into 'fascism'

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

US, UK taking Bahrain into 'fascism' [Well, after taking themselves there, first.] 28 Apr 2011 The US, the UK and Israel are behind the death sentence handed to four anti-government protesters in Bahrain, a political expert says. A Bahraini military court has sentenced four protestors to death over the killing of two policemen during the country's recent anti-government protests. In an interview with press TV, Chairman of the Committee against Torture in Bahrain Rodney Shakespeare described the court as "a kangaroo trial killing," saying the four were sentenced to death only for displaying "a little bit of democracy" in Bahrain's recent uprising.

Bahrain forces fire on protesters

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Bahrain forces fire on protesters 28 Apr 2011 Bahraini forces have fired live rounds at protesters east of the kingdom, keeping up the Saudi Arabia-backed crackdown on anti-government protests. The violence occurred on Thursday during clashes between security forces and anti-government demonstrators in Sitra, a Press TV correspondent reported. Video footage featuring earlier events showed the forces using poison gas against protesters. On Wednesday, the regime forces' raided one of Sitra's medical centers before arresting several doctors.

247 On U.S. Terror Watch List Bought Guns In 2010

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

247 On U.S. Terror Watch List Bought Guns In 2010 28 Apr 2011 More than 200 individuals who were on the federal terrorism watch list passed background checks and were allowed to buy guns in 2010, according to a new government review. A review by the Government Accountability Office determined that 247 people on the watch list bought guns last year, and also showed that between 2004 and 2009, more than nine out of ten individuals on the list who tried to buy guns succeeded.

Bomb attack in Morocco tourist cafe kills 15

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Bomb attack in Morocco tourist cafe kills 15 28 Apr 2011 A bomb killed 15 people including 10 foreigners in Morocco's bustling tourist destination of Marrakesh, state television said on Thursday, in an attack that bore the hallmark of [CIA-ciopaths pretending to be] Islamist militants. The blast ripped through a cafe overlooking Marrakesh's Jamaa el-Fnaa square, a spot that is often packed with foreign tourists. A Reuters photographer said he saw rescuers pulling dismembered bodies from the wreckage. State-run 2M television said the 15 dead comprised six French nationals, five Moroccans and four foreigners whose nationality it did not give.

Libyan doctor claims Nato air strike 'killed 12 rebels'

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Libyan doctor claims Nato air strike 'killed 12 rebels' 28 Apr 2011 A Nato airstrike has killed 12 rebels in the besieged city of Misrata in the latest friendly fire incident in Libya's battlefield, a doctor in the city said Thursday. Dr. Hassan Malitan said he believed the attack was a mistake but insisted it was caused by Nato aircraft. Malitan said he was surprised to see rebels so far east, and said they assured him that they had been in contact with Nato forces about their location.

Deadly Tornadoes: 245 Killed Across South, Including 162 in Alabama

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Deadly Tornadoes: 245 Killed Across South, Including 162 in Alabama 28 Apr 2011 Deadly tornadoes and thunderstorms tore through the South early today, pushing the death toll to at least 245 people in five states. The twisters hit travelers caught in the open, rampaged through cities like Tuscaloosa, knocked a pair of nuclear plants off line, left thousands homeless and more than 1 million people without power. So far 164 tornados have been reported from Mississippi to New York, the worst tornado outbreak since 1974.

British troops could be deployed to Tunisia

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

British troops could be deployed to Tunisia --After the Cabinet was warned this week to prepare for the "long haul" in Libya, Dr Fox acknowledged that the conflict could last months.28 Apr 2011 British troops could be deployed to the Libyan border to guard refugees fleeing the Gaddafi regime [aka NATO's bombs], Liam Fox signalled yesterday. Although the Government has repeatedly stressed it would not send ground troops into Libya, Dr Fox [Defence Secretary] suggested UK soldiers could be dispatched to its border with Tunisia to enforce "safe havens" protecting refugees from attacks by Gaddafi's troops.

Exxon Mobil's quarterly profit jumps 69% as revenue hits $114 billion

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Exxon Mobil's quarterly profit jumps 69% as revenue hits $114 billion 28 Apr 2011 Exxon Mobil Corp. said Thursday its first-quarter profit rose to $10.65 billion, or $2.14 a share, from $6.3 billion, or $1.33 a share, in the year-ago period. Revenue rose to $114 billion, from $90.3 billion. Wall Street analysts expected Exxon Mobil to earn $2.04 a share on revenue of $112.6 billion, according to a survey by FactSet Research. [Seize DC: Citizens For Legitimate Government --September 10, 2011]

The day America took leave of its senses

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

The day America took leave of its senses By Rupert Cornwell 28 Apr 2011 Has there ever been a more absurdly surreal moment, even in US politics, that unchallengeable theatre of the absurd and the surreal? One moment, we were watching a property magnate, with one eye on the presidency, the other on his reality TV show ratings, and puffed up like a bullfrog, rejoicing on an airport tarmac in New Hampshire that America's President of two years had finally made public his birth certificate. The next, America's TV networks interrupted their schedules to cut to the White House, where that self-same President appeared to confirm the momentous fact: not that Barack Obama had indeed been born, but that the happy event indeed took place, as no sane person has ever doubted, on the unimpeachably American soil of Hawaii, one August evening in 1961. [Right, but the 'surreal,' nay, disgraceful moment belongs to President Obama, as Obama caved to his GOP/corporate-run media overlords *once again* and released his 'papers.' Ergo, I blame Obama, not Trump/the Birthers. --Lori Price]

Three US-led troops injured in Kandahar

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Three US-led troops injured in Kandahar 28 Apr 2011 Three US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) soldiers have been injured when a roadside bomb targeted their convoy in southern Afghanistan. The remote-controlled bomb went off on Thursday as an ISAF convoy was passing through Mirwais Mina district of the province of Kandahar, a Press TV correspondent reported.

Army prison where WikiLeaks suspect being held opened for media tour of conditions

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Army prison where WikiLeaks suspect being held opened for media tour of conditions 28 Apr 2011 Army officials are opening the doors to the military prison in Kansas where they are holding an Army private suspected of illegally passing U.S. government secrets to the WikiLeaks website. Pfc. Bradley Manning was moved last week from the Marine brig in Quantico, Va., to the Joint Regional Correctional Facility at Fort Leavenworth amid criticism over his treatment and confinement. Army spokesman Col. Tom Collins said the media tour of the military's medium-security prison at Fort Leavenworth would show the conditions under which the Army holds Manning as he undergoes further evaluation.

Report: NYPD Concerned About Terror Threat to Bridges

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Report: NYPD Concerned About Terror Threat to Bridges 27 Apr 2011 Fox 5 has confirmed with the NYPD that before 9/11, al-Qaeda operatives were being trained how to bring down bridges by "cutting down the suspension cables." The Brooklyn Bridge was a specific target. The NYPD took the threat so seriously that it even hired an engineer to study ways how something like that could even happen. Terror operatives were being trained to take down the long cables one at one time.

Justice: Leaked documents still classified

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Justice: Leaked documents still classified [LOL!] 27 Apr 2011 Lawyers for inmates at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, can't access leaked documents because they're classified, the Justice Department said. Despite being made public by WikiLeaks this week, the department's Court Security Office said the assessments of more than 700 prisoners who walked through the gates at Guantanamo Bay remain legally classified and must be treated as such, The New York Times reported.

Alabama, Southern states pounded by 'catastrophic' storms; at least 250 dead

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Alabama, Southern states pounded by 'catastrophic' storms; at least 250 dead 28 Apr 2011 A deadly storm front pummeled Alabama and at least five other Southern states, spawning tornadoes and leaving officials on Thursday facing a climbing death toll, major property damage and an intense search-and-rescue effort after one of the worst such disasters in decades. The number of deaths hit 162 in Alabama alone, with loss of life in Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia and Kentucky bringing the preliminary total to about 250. That number is expected to rise, officials said.

Afghan Air Force pilot who killed 9 U.S. trainers had been screened

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Afghan Air Force pilot who killed 9 U.S. trainers had been screened --Members of Afghan security forces killed 39 troops from U.S.-led 'coalition' since start of 2009 27 Apr 2011 The Afghan pilot who killed nine U.S. trainers in Kabul on Wednesday came from the security force that has been more closely screened for insurgent sympathizers than any other force. More than nine in 10 members of the Afghan air force had undergone screening for criminal, drug and medical problems as part of program to weed out unfit recruits or Taliban infiltrators. The screening is conducted by the Afghans with help from NATO.

Storms knock out 3 TVA nuclear reactors

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Storms knock out 3 TVA nuclear reactors --Units among 23 U.S. reactors similar in design to Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant 28 Apr 2011 Severe storms and tornadoes moving through the U.S. Southeast dealt a severe blow to the Tennessee Valley Authority on Wednesday, causing three nuclear reactors in Alabama to shut and knocking out 11 high-voltage power lines, the utility and regulators said. All three units at TVA's 3,274-megawatt Browns Ferry nuclear plant in Alabama tripped about 5:30 EDT (2230 GMT) after losing outside power to the plant, a spokesman for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said. The Browns Ferry units are among 23 U.S. reactors that are similar in design to the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan where backup generators were swept away in the tsunami that followed the massive earthquake on March 11.

Radiation Readings in Fukushima Reactor Rise to Highest Since Crisis Began

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Radiation Readings in Fukushima Reactor Rise to Highest Since Crisis Began --Tepco plan to flood containment vessel of reactor No. 1 with more water to speed emergency cooling efforts announced yesterday 'may not be possible now' 27 Apr 2011 Radiation readings at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-Ichi station rose to the highest since an earthquake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems, impeding efforts to contain the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl. Two robots sent into the reactor No. 1 building at the plant yesterday took readings as high as 1,120 millisierverts of radiation per hour, Junichi Matsumoto, a general manager at Tokyo Electric Power Co., said today.

Class Actions Limited as U.S. Supreme Court Supports AT&T

April 28, 2011 by legitgov

Class Actions Limited as U.S. Supreme Court Supports AT&T 27 Apr 2011 A divided U.S. Supreme Court bolstered the ability of businesses to channel customer and employee complaints into arbitration, ruling that companies can block people from pressing those claims as a group. Voting 5-4 along ideological lines, the court said an AT&T Inc. unit can enforce a contract provision that requires its wireless customers to press any claims individually in arbitration. The majority said a U.S. arbitration statute trumps a California law that would have invalidated the provision.

'US helped al-Qaeda jailbreak in Basra'

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

'US helped al-Qaeda jailbreak in Basra' 27 Apr 2011 An Iraqi investigative committee has confirmed that US forces were involved in the escape of a dozen al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] members from a prison in the southern city of Basra. The committee, established by the Iraqi parliament, has found that US forces were behind an operation to help the 12 al-Qaeda members escape from prison, which was carried out by a group of Iraqi officers earlier thsi year. The fugitives conducted a number of terrorist attacks in Iraq, including a deadly bombing at a market in Basra in 2010.

'Terrorists behind Syria unrest arrested'

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

'Terrorists behind Syria unrest arrested' 27 Apr 2011 Syrian authorities say members of a terrorist group who were behind weeks of deadly unrest in the southern city of Deraa have been arrested. A Syrian military source said on Wednesday that the members of the group have confessed to being paid by foreign organizations for causing mayhem in the city and killing security forces. They also admitted that the killings were aimed at creating unrest and inciting sedition in the country.

Obama releases long-form birth certificate

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

Weapon of Mass Distraction: Obama releases long-form birth certificate 27 Apr 2011  President Obama, trying to squelch a persistent and distracting controversy over whether he was born in the United States, on Wednesday released the official long-form birth certificate that skeptics had demanded. The signed-and-sealed Certificate of Live Birth shows he was born exactly where he had said: Kapiolani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital in Honolulu. During the 2008 campaign, he had released a copy of his Certification of Live Birth, a shorter official form with fewer details. [Insert eye-roll *here.*]

Report: Obama to name Panetta to Pentagon, Petraeus to CIA

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

Report: Obama to name Panetta to Pentagon, Petraeus to CIA 27 Apr 2011 President Barack Obama plans to name CIA Director Leon Panetta as the next secretary of defense and move Gen. David Petraeus [Betrayus], now running the war in Afghanistan, into the CIA chief's job in a major shuffle of the nation's national security leadership, administration and other sources said Wednesday. The changes would probably take effect this summer. Defense Secretary Robert Gates has already said he will leave this year, and the White House wants to schedule Senate confirmation hearings in the coming months.

Fukushima city removing radioactive topsoil in schools

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

Fukushima city removing radioactive topsoil in schools 27 Apr 2011 A city in Fukushima Prefecture started Wednesday to remove topsoil from playgrounds in its elementary and nursery schools, following radiation leaks from a crisis-hit nuclear power plant nearby. Heavy machinery began scooping off surface soil at Kaoru Elementary School and Tsurumidan Nursery School in Koriyama, city officials said, adding that the removed soil will be 'discarded' in landfills in the inland city.

Afghan officer guns down 8 U.S. troops, one contractor

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

Afghan officer guns down 8 U.S. troops, one contractor 27 Apr 2011 Eight American troops and a U.S. mercenary died Wednesday after an Afghan military pilot opened fire during a meeting at Kabul airport -- the deadliest episode to date of an Afghan turning against his 'coalition partners,' officials said. The Afghan officer, who was a veteran military pilot, fired on the Americans after an argument, the Afghan Defense Ministry said. All nine killed were American, according to a senior U.S. defense official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the information has not yet been made public.

Missouri sues to block demolition of river levee

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

Missouri sues to block demolition of river levee 26 Apr 2011 The Missouri attorney general filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday asking a judge to stop the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' plans to detonate the levee at Birds Point on the Mississippi River. Attorney General Chris Koster said the Corps, which manages the river, is preparing to intentionally breach the levee [!?!] in hopes of keeping Cairo, Illinois, from flooding. Koster said demolition of the levee will cause serious flooding across as much as 130,000 acres of Mississippi County, Missouri.

Suspect arrested in Columbine-area bombing attempt

April 27, 2011 by legitgov

Suspect arrested in Columbine-area bombing attempt 26 Apr 2011 Authorities on Tuesday arrested a recently paroled bank robber suspected of planting a bomb at a crowded shopping mall near Columbine High School last week on the 12th anniversary of the school massacre. Earl Moore, 65, was taken into custody by police in Boulder, Colorado, where he was spotted inside a grocery store by a shopper, who presumably recognized him from photos released by the FBI and then called emergency 911.

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