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Feds Pile On More Charges Against Anonymous Agitator Barrett Brown

Feds Pile On More Charges Against Anonymous Agitator Barrett Brown 24 Jan 2013 Barrett Brown, a self-proclaimed spokesman for Anonymous, has been hit with new charges by authorities in Texas for concealing evidence. It's the third round of charges in a case that his former attorney describes as an attempt to silence the outspoken and provocative activist.

Police accompanying smart meter installation crews in Naperville - two arrested

Police accompanying smart meter installation crews in Naperville - two arrested --'It was forced on my house today.' 24 Jan 2013 (IL) Two vocal opponents of Naperville’s initiative to install wireless electric meters on homes were arrested after interfering with the installation process, according to city officials.

'Nuke Effect Snow?' Pennsylvania power plant spawns 'nuclear' snow plume

'Nuke Effect Snow?' Pennsylvania power plant spawns 'nuclear' snow plume 23 Jan 2013 Meteorologists have known for decades that waste plumes...the vented heat and moisture from power plants can produce clouds and showers downwind. Now this phenomenon has been captured by Doppler radar. "Nuke Effect" snow.

Sen. Feinstein ready to introduce new ban on assault weapons

Sen. Feinstein ready to introduce new ban on assault weapons 24 Jan 2013 Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) will introduce a bill banning assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips on Thursday. Feinstein's bill will expand the criteria for classifying military-style assault weapons from a 1994 law, which lapsed a decade later.

KBR Secret Indemnity Agreement Signed by Army Chief Tainted In Enron Scandal

KBR Secret Indemnity Agreement Signed by Army Chief Tainted In Enron Scandal 24 Jan 2013 The Army official who signed a secret agreement that military contractor KBR claims should burden taxpayers with the bill for the company's negligent poisoning of U.S.

Anonymous Hacker Jailed For 18 Months

Anonymous Hacker Jailed For 18 Months 24 Jan 2013 A 22-year-old student has been jailed for 18 months after carrying out cyber attacks with hacking group Anonymous. Christopher Weatherhead, of Holly Road, Northampton, was convicted last month for taking part in distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attacks on sites including Visa, Mastercard and PayPal.

9/11 Defendants Seek to Preserve CIA Sites Where They Were Tortured

9/11 Defendants Seek to Preserve CIA Sites Where They Were Tortured 24 Jan 2013 The last people you might expect to want to see the CIA's secret torture prisons kept intact are the people who were tortured there. But the defense lawyers for the 9/11 co-conspirators are arguing that the CIA's so-called "black sites" need to remain open, untouched and exactly as they were when top 'al-Qaida' operatives were abused. On Monday at Guantanamo, Army Col.

Let elderly people 'hurry up and die', says Japanese minister

Let elderly people 'hurry up and die', says Japanese minister [Lead the way, dirt-bag!] 22 Jan 2013 Japan's new government is barely a month old, and already one of its most senior members has insulted tens of millions of voters by suggesting that the elderly are an unnecessary drain on the country's finances.

UN to examine UK and US drone strikes

UN to examine UK and US drone strikes 23 Jan 2013 A United Nations investigation into targeted killings will examine drone strikes in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia, according to the British lawyer heading the inquiry.

Nine-hour battle grips Kabul

Nine-hour battle grips Kabul 21 Jan 2013 A nine-hour siege Monday in the heart of Afghanistan's capital left at least seven people dead, including three police officers, and brought a normally bustling section of the city to a standstill amid explosions and gunfire.

Yemen minister urges ground ops, not drones, against militants

Yemen minister urges ground ops, not drones, against militants 22 Jan 2013 A cabinet minister criticized on Tuesday the use of pilotless U.S. drones against suspected al Qaeda militants in Yemen, a tactic that has outraged communities in targeted areas, and urged a move to ground operations to avoid hurting civilians.

North Korea to target U.S. with nuclear, rocket tests

North Korea to target U.S. with nuclear, rocket tests 24 Jan 2013 North Korea said on Thursday it would carry out further rocket launches and a nuclear test that would target the United States, dramatically stepping up its threats against a country it called its "sworn enemy". The announcement by the country's top military body came a day after the U.N.

Following the outcome of Israel's elections, ultra-religious Jews could be trading yeshivas for boot camp

Following the outcome of Israel's elections Tuesday, ultra-religious Jews could be trading yeshivas for boot camp 23 Jan 2013 In Israel, everybody serves in the army except ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs. That could soon change for the first group.

Redistricting in Virginia Hurts Blacks, Democrats Say

Redistricting in Virginia Hurts Blacks, Democrats Say 24 Jan 2013 On Monday, one of Virginia's state senators attended the inauguration: Henry L. Marsh III, a longtime civil rights lawyer, who played hooky to witness a milestone for an African-American president.

Palace coup in the Virginia Senate

Palace coup in the Virginia Senate 23 Jan 2013 Just how out of control are Virginia's Republicans? This week's redistricting coup attempt staged by prominent Republicans John Watkins and his cohort Thomas K.

U.S. House approves 3-month debt-limit extension

U.S. House approves 3-month debt-limit extension 23 Jan 2013 The U.S. House on Wednesday approved a suspension of the debt ceiling until May 19, allowing the government to continue to pay its bills and temporarily putting off a bigger fight over taxes and spending. The Republican-controlled chamber passed the bill by a 285-144 margin, largely along partisan lines.

State Troopers May Be Put Back In Connecticut Schools

Taxpayers forced to fund expansion of US police state, post-Sandy Hook: State Troopers May Be Put Back In Connecticut Schools 23 Jan 2013 Facing budget cuts in 2009, state police eliminated a program that put troopers in schools across the state. It was the end of a program that at one time, when federal money was flowing, had as many as 40 state troopers in public schools, most of them in towns with no municipal police departments.

Navy: Random alcohol tests for sailors in US

Navy: Random alcohol tests for sailors in US 23 Jan 2013 The Navy said Wednesday it will conduct random blood-alcohol tests on its sailors in the United States starting next month, a sign of how concerned the service's leaders have become about the effects alcohol abuse is having on the force. The tests are part of Navy Secretary Ray Mabus's 21st Century Sailor and Marine Initiative...

Law-enforcer misuse of driver database soars

Law-enforcer misuse of driver database soars 22 Jan 2013 Florida's driver-and-vehicle database, the system that can help law enforcement identify victims of fatal crashes and decipher the identity of a suspect, can be a useful tool for cops. But the system -- known as D.A.V.I.D., for Driving and Vehicle Information Database -- can also be easily abused.

Clinton angrily defends handling of Benghazi attack

Clinton angrily defends handling of Benghazi attack 23 Jan 2013 Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday angrily defended her handling of the September 11 attack on the U.S. mission in the Libyan city of Benghazi and denied any effort to mislead the American people.

Scientists to resume research on deadly man-made H5N1 avian flu

Scientists to resume research on deadly man-made H5N1 avian flu 24 Jan 2013 Scientists who created a mutant bird flu virus will resume the controversial research after taking a year-long break amid fears the bug would escape the lab or fall into terrorist hands.

Pentagon to Lift Ban on Women in Combat

Pentagon to Lift Ban on Women in Combat 23 Jan 2013 The Pentagon on Thursday will announce it is rescinding a rule that excludes women from combat, a move that may allow women to serve for the first time alongside infantry troops as battlefield medics, pilots and in other dangerous roles. The announcement will mark the largest expansion yet of women in combat roles.

TSA says all backscatter machines will be removed by summer

TSA says all backscatter machines will be removed by summer 21 Jan 2013 All of the controversial backscatter X-ray body scanners will be removed from TSA checkpoints by June said the airport security agency. TSA said the maker of the backscatter systems, Rapiscan, will remove the systems at Rapiscan's expense and stored until they can be re-deployed to other mission priorities within the government.

Were Logan airport security scanners scrapped because of radiation risks?

Were Logan airport security scanners scrapped because of radiation risks? by Deborah Kotz 22 Jan 2013 I was relieved when I heard the news that Logan airport would be replacing its full body backscatter scanners -- which use small amounts of radiation -- with the millimeter wave scanners that don't use any radiation...

Prisoner: I Threatened to Kill Obama to Get Medical Care

Prisoner: I Threatened to Kill Obama to Get Medical Care 22 Jan 2013 A homeless man who was arrested after threatening the life of President Barack Obama claimed that he only did so in order to get needed medical attention. The prisoner, 57-year-old Stephen Espalin, reportedly told the court his story Friday while addressing Senior U.S. District Judge Kenneth Ryskamp.

Obama 'will not oppose' House GOP plan to suspend debt limit until May

Obama 'will not oppose' House GOP plan to suspend debt limit until May 22 Jan 2013 House Republicans are advancing a novel plan to suspend enforcement of the federal debt limit through May 18, a move that would lift the threat of a government default and relieve the air of crisis that has surrounded their budget battle with President Obama.

Two suspects detained after shooting on Texas college campus

Two suspects detained after shooting on Texas college campus 22 Jan 2013 Three people were wounded, one critically, on Tuesday when gunfire erupted during an altercation between two people on a community college campus near Houston, police said, the latest in a series of shootings on U.S. college and school campuses.

4 remain hospitalized after Lone Star College shooting

4 remain hospitalized after Lone Star College shooting --3 injured, 1 suffers medical emergency 22 Jan 2013 An altercation between a student and another man led to a shooting that injured three people, including a campus maintenance worker, at the Lone Star College North Harris campus on Tuesday, officials said. A fourth person, a female student, also went to the hospital because of a medical event.

3 Injured in Shooting at College in Houston

3 Injured in Shooting at College in Houston 23 Jan 2013 At least three people were injured on Tuesday in a shooting at a college in Houston, the authorities said. At least one suspect was in custody. Officials at the North Harris campus of Lone Star College announced an evacuation at 12:52 p.m.

4 Texas schools also on lockdown over college shooting

4 Texas schools also on lockdown over college shooting --Other schools on lockdown over Texas college shooting --Schools will not allow students communicate with their parents --Heavy police presence in area 22 Jan 2013

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