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Suit says cops gave pot to protesters and the homeless

Suit says cops gave pot to protesters and the homeless 02 Feb 2013 A half-dozen Minnesotans have sued the state and numerous law enforcement agencies, claiming that they were used as "guinea pigs" when officers supplied them with drugs as part of a controversial police training program. In the lawsuit, filed Friday in U.S.

Fearing hostage was in danger, FBI stormed Ala. underground bunker

Fearing hostage was in danger, FBI stormed Ala. underground bunker 04 Feb 2013 Officers stormed an underground bunker in Alabama where a 5-year-old boy had been held hostage for nearly a week, rescuing the child and leaving the boy’s abductor dead, officials said Monday.

Exxon reports $9.4 billion profit

Exxon reports $9.4 billion profit 31 Jan 2013 Exxon reported a 2% rise in fourth-quarter earnings Tuesday as higher oil prices offset declining production volumes. The largest U.S. oil company also defended its focus on natural gas, which is part of its plan to develop unconventional energy sources in the United States. [Thanks, Obusha, for the perpetual tax breaks for every corpora-terrorist in the US.

Give the World's Loneliest Elephant a Better Home

Give the World's Loneliest Elephant a Better Home 04 Feb 2013 (Petition) Mali the elephant has spent 33 lonely years in a concrete pen in the Philippines, and it's killing her. But still the government won't allow her to go to a better place. Torn from her family at age three, she was sent to Manila as a gift to then-President Ferdinand Marcos.

Office charged with shutting Guantanamo Bay closes

Office charged with shutting Guantanamo Bay closes 29 Jan 2013 The US has shut down the office of its special envoy charge with the closure of Guantanamo Bay, in a sign of the fading hopes of shutting the controversial jail.

Police spies stole identities of dead children

Police spies stole identities of dead children 03 Feb 2013 Britain's largest police force stole the identities of an estimated 80 dead children and issued fake passports in their names for use by undercover police officers. The Metropolitan police secretly authorised the practice for covert officers infiltrating protest groups without consulting or informing the children's parents.

Nuclear storage clean-up bill could cost £70bn

Nuclear storage clean-up bill could cost £70bn 04 Feb 2013 Britain is storing an "extraordinary accumulation of hazardous nuclear waste" in "outdated facilities" which will cost nearly £70bn to clean up, MPs have warned the Government.

Superdome goes dark during Super Bowl XLVII

Superdome goes dark during Super Bowl XLVII --Cause of outage not immediately known 03 Feb 2013 A power outage sent the Superdome into darkness in the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII, leading to an unprecedented 33-minute delay at the NFL's annual title game.

Pentagon Expects US to Retain Presence in Afghanistan

Pentagon Expects US to Retain Presence in Afghanistan 04 Feb 2013 The Pentagon’s top civilian and military officials on Sunday expressed an expectation, even a desire, that American troops would remain in Afghanistan after the NATO mission ends in December 2014, although they emphasized that no decision had been made. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta and Gen. Martin E.

Power outage stops game at Super Bowl XLVII

Power outage stops game at Super Bowl XLVII 03 Feb 2013 Power went out at the Superdome early in the third quarter of the Super Bowl on Sunday with the Baltimore Ravens leading the San Francisco 49ers 28-6. The majority of the lights failed shortly after Jacoby Jones returned the opening kickoff of the second half for a touchdown. There was 13:22 left in the quarter.

Police: Gas smell in Superdome

Police: Gas smell in Superdome --Super Bowl on Hold 03 Feb 2013 Power went out at the Superdome early in the third quarter of the Super Bowl on Sunday with the Baltimore Ravens leading the San Francisco 49ers 28-6. Police officials said too much electricity was being pumped into the Superdome, causing a surge, and the power is in the process of returning to the building.

U.K.'s Cleanup of Sellafield Nuclear Site Too Slow, Panel Says

U.K.'s Cleanup of Sellafield Nuclear Site Too Slow, Panel Says 03 Feb 2013 The U.K.'s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority isn't showing enough urgency in completing the cleanup of radioactive waste at its Sellafield facility in the north of England, a panel of lawmakers said.

Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle Killed at Gun Range; Former Marine Charged

Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle Killed at Gun Range; Former Marine Charged 03 Feb 2013 A former Marine has been charged with three counts of murder in the killing of former Navy SEAL and "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle, the most deadly sniper in U.S. history, and another man at an Erath County, Texas, gun range, police said.

Mini helicopter drone for UK troops in Afghanistan

Mini helicopter drone for UK troops in Afghanistan 03 Feb 2013 British soldiers in Afghanistan have become the first to use miniature surveillance helicopters in frontline operations. The Norwegian-designed Black Hornet Nano features a tiny camera and relays video and still images to a handheld control terminal. It measures about 10cm by 2.5cm (4in by 1in) and weighs 16g (0.6oz). Mini drones can be piloted directly or programmed to follow co-ordinates using GPS. [Great!

White House rebuffed Clinton-Petraeus plan to arm Syrian rebels: report

White House rebuffed Clinton-Petraeus plan to arm Syrian rebels: report 02 Feb 2013 A plan developed last summer by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and then-CIA Director David Petraeus to arm and train Syrian rebels was rebuffed by the White House, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

A living, lurking threat in Sandy-hit homes: mold

A living, lurking threat in Sandy-hit homes: mold 03 Feb 2013 Three months after Superstorm Sandy, mold lurks in once-waterlogged buildings, hiding below subflooring, under foundations, and in door and window frames. Sometimes it mottles walls in plain sight. And it can make dwellers sick, another blow to people still recovering from the October storm that sent the Atlantic surging into homes in New Jersey and New York.

Officials: Militants target Pakistan army base in attack that leaves at least 35 dead

Officials: Militants target Pakistan army base in attack that leaves at least 35 dead 03 Feb 2013 Militants attacked an army base in northwest Pakistan in a coordinated assault that resulted in an hours long gun battle that left at least 35 people dead on Saturday, intelligence and security officials said.

Afghan official: Roadside bomb kills family of 5

Afghan official: Roadside bomb kills family of 5 03 Feb 2013 An Afghan government official says a roadside bomb has killed a family of five in the south of the country. The administrator for Miyanishin district in Helmand province, Shah Mahmood Shafa, says the family was driving through the district in a Toyota Corolla Saturday night when their car struck a bomb. He did not say if the explosion had targeted them, or how the bomb was detonated.

M6.9 quake shakes Hokkaido; 10 injuries reported

M6.9 quake shakes Hokkaido; 10 injuries reported 03 Feb 2013 A powerful 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck northern Japan on Saturday, causing strong tremors across Hokkaido but no damage to several nuclear facilities in the region, officials said.

Iraq violence: Suicide attack on Kirkuk police HQ

Iraq violence: Suicide attack on Kirkuk police HQ 03 Feb 2013 A suicide bomber and gunmen have attacked a police headquarters in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk. Unconfirmed reports say 30 people have been killed and 70 injured. A city official told AFP news agency that militants had tried to seize the compound but were unsuccessful. No group has said it carried out the attack.

Elite Navy SEAL slain in Erath County; suspect arrested

Elite Navy SEAL slain in Erath County; suspect arrested 03 Feb 2013 Chris Kyle, a former Navy SEAL who became known as the deadliest U.S. sniper, was one of two men murdered on Saturday afternoon at a gun range in Erath County. Three sources confirmed to News 8 that Kyle -- who served in every major battle during Operation Iraqi Freedom -- was among the shooting victims at Rough Creek Lodge, 53 miles southwest of Fort Worth.

Former Navy SEAL who authored 'Naval Special Warfare Sniper Doctrine' is Killed at Shooting Range

Former Navy SEAL who authored 'Naval Special Warfare Sniper Doctrine' is Killed at Shooting Range 03 Feb 2013 A man is under arrest in connection with the killing of two men at an Erath County, Texas, gun range, police said. One of the victims is reportedly former Navy SEAL and best-selling author Chris Kyle.

U.S. official says White House gave Israel 'green light' to carry out more attacks on Syria

U.S. official says White House gave Israel 'green light' to carry out more attacks on Syria --Israel targeted multiple targets in recent attack on Syria - U.S. intelligence official 02 Feb 2013 Israeli jets attacked several targets in Syria Tuesday night in addition to the Scientific Studies and Research Center in Jamarya, outside Damascus, Time Magazine reported Friday.

Sandy Hook: 'I'm Sorry Governor, What Did You Say?'

Sandy Hook: 'I'm Sorry Governor, What Did You Say?' --Video by revmichellehopkins 10 Jan 2013 Conn. Governor Dannel P. Malloy: "Earlier today, a tragedy of unspeakable terms played itself out in this community. The lieutenant governor and I have been spoken to in, in an attempt that we might be prepared for something like this playing itself out in our state."

The Case Against Ralph Eberhart, NORAD's 9/11 Commander

The Case Against Ralph Eberhart, NORAD's 9/11 Commander 16 Jan 2013 In a 2004 U.S. Senate hearing, Senator Mark Dayton remarked that "this country and its citizens were completely undefended" for "109 minutes" on 9/11.

U.S. nuclear-powered submarine arrives in S. Korea for joint drill

U.S. nuclear-powered submarine arrives in S. Korea for joint drill 01 Feb 2013 A U.S. nuclear-powered submarine arrived in the southeastern port city of Jinhae for joint naval drills with South Korea, military officials said Friday, in a move seen as a warning to North Korea ahead of what may be an imminent nuclear test.

Anonymous teenage hacker spared jail over cyber attacks

Anonymous teenage hacker spared jail over cyber attacks 01 Feb 2013 A "profoundly isolated" teenage hacker has avoided jail for his role in planning cyber attacks with the hacking group Anonymous. Jake Birchall, 18, had admitted conspiring to impair the operation of computers between 1 August 2010 and 22 January 2011.

Two defendants in Jerusalem lynch of Palestinian youth get plea deal

Two defendants in Jerusalem lynch of Palestinian youth get plea deal 16 Jan 2013 The Jerusalem District Court on Tuesday accepted a plea deal between the prosecution and representatives of the two defendants in the brutal lynch of Jamal Julani, a young Palestinian who was attacked by dozens of Jewish youth in the center of the capital this past August.

Vogtle nuclear reactor vessel slips and gets 'stranded' between Savannah, Burke County

Vogtle nuclear reactor vessel slips and gets 'stranded' between Savannah, Burke County 10 Jan 2013 A 300-ton nuclear reactor vessel bound for Plant Vogtle was stranded briefly in south Georgia this week after a malfunction with the specially designed rail car moving the nuclear component from Savannah to Burke County.

Italian court convicts 3 in absentia for 2003 CIA kidnapping of Egyptian terror suspect in Milan

Italian court convicts 3 in absentia for 2003 CIA kidnapping of Egyptian terror suspect in Milan 01 Feb 2013 A Milan appeals court on Friday vacated acquittals for a former CIA station chief and two other Americans, and instead convicted them in the 2003 abduction of an Egyptian terror suspect from a Milan street as part of the CIA's extraordinary rendition program.

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