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Former Army psychologist critical of military dies by 'suicide'

Former Army psychologist critical of military dies by 'suicide' 14 Jan 2013 Peter Linnerooth was an affable, punctual and conscientious graduate student at Minnesota State Mankato. He later earned a doctorate degree, became an Army psychologist and was deployed to Iraq during the height of the war... On Jan. 2, Linnerooth, 42, [allegedly] killed himself in Mankato.

Top brass warn No 10: Avoid Mali escalation

Top brass warn No 10: Avoid Mali escalation --Military chiefs fear action against Islamist rebels could enmesh UK in drawn-out conflict 15 Jan 2013 Defence chiefs have warned against Britain becoming enmeshed in the mission against Islamists in Mali, pointing out that any action could be drawn-out and require significantly greater resources than have so far been deployed.

South Florida man wins houseboat case in Supreme Court

South Florida man wins houseboat case in Supreme Court 15 Jan 2013 A Florida resident actually had his "boat floated" Tuesday by the Supreme Court, as justices ruled that the city of Riviera Beach could not regulate his home as a maritime vessel.

Obama to Detail Gun-Control Plans at White House Event

Obama to Detail Gun-Control Plans at White House Event 16 Jan 2013 The public debate on new gun control measures gets down to specifics today as President Barack Obama unveils a package of proposals that includes a ban on sales of assault weapons that faces congressional opposition even as a majority of the public supports it.

N.Y. enacts nation's toughest gun laws

N.Y. enacts nation's toughest gun laws 15 Jan 2013 Jumping out ahead of Washington, New York enacted the nation's toughest gun restrictions Tuesday and the first since the Connecticut school shooting, including an expanded assault-weapon ban and mandatory background checks for buying ammunition. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the measure into law less than an hour after it won final passage in the Legislature.

Maryland Zoo polar bear 'Alaska' dies

Maryland Zoo polar bear 'Alaska' dies 15 Jan 2013 "Alaska," a Maryland Zoo polar bear that had been rescued from a Mexican circus a decade ago, was euthanized Tuesday after suffering from kidney failure, zoo officials said. The female bear had been confiscated in Puerto Rico by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agents in March 2002 after the circus abandoned her there.

Aaron Swartz was 'killed by the government,' father tells mourners

Aaron Swartz was 'killed by the government,' father tells mourners 15 Jan 2013 Aaron Swartz, the 26-year-old Internet genius, was eulogized on Tuesday as a person who wanted to make the world better but was hounded into [allegedly] killing himself by harsh government policies.

US to Give Afghanistan Its Very Own Fleet of Drones

US to Give Afghanistan Its Very Own Fleet of Drones 15 Jan 2013 In his first media appearance since visiting President Obama in Washington, Hamid Karzai announced that the United States had agreed to give his country a fleet of drones.  American troops will even stick around and show Afghan forces how to use them. "They will train Afghans to fly them, use them and maintain them," said Karzai at a news conference.

FBI: Terrorism suspect 'radicalized and dangerous'

FBI: Terrorism suspect 'radicalized and dangerous' 14 Jan 2013 Justice Department attorneys used emails between an Oregon man and suspected terrorists overseas to try to show he was already on the path to radicalization by the time the FBI made him the subject of a yearlong terrorism sting operation.

2012 military suicides hit a record high of 349

2012 military suicides hit a record high of 349 14 Jan 2013 Suicides in the U.S. military surged to a record 349 last year, far exceeding American combat deaths in Afghanistan, and some private experts are predicting the dark trend will grow worse this year. The Pentagon has struggled to deal with the suicides, which Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and others have called an epidemic.

New Jersey Democrat wants pork-free Sandy storm aid bill

New Jersey Democrat wants pork-free Sandy storm aid bill 11 Jan 2013 New Jersey Democratic Rep. Rob Andrews is demanding his colleagues strip pork payouts from a massive aid bill intended to help victims of Superstorm Sandy. The Senate's Sandy bill, first introduced last month, includes millions of dollars that would never touch the affected Northeast.

EarthLink blocking CLG Newsletter 15 January 2013

EarthLink blocking CLG Newsletter 15 January 2013 posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 15 Jan 2013 CLGers, if you are subscribed to the CLG Newsletter roster with an EarthLink.net domain, you likely have not received a recent CLG Newsletter, once again. CLG's webhoster, MayFirst, has posted the following details regarding the block:

Obama to unveil broad gun plans Wednesday

Obama to unveil broad gun plans Wednesday 15 Jan 2013 President Obama will unveil a sweeping set of gun-control proposals at midday Wednesday, including an assault weapons ban, universal background checks and limits on the number of bullets that ammunition clips can hold, according to sources familiar with the plans.

Climate: Monthly heat records have increased fivefold

Climate: Monthly heat records have increased fivefold 14 Jan 2013 Global warming has caused monthly records for heat to increase fivefold in frequency, according to a study by scientists in Germany and Spain, published on Monday. In parts of Europe, Africa and southern Asia, the frequency of months with record-breaking heat has surged tenfold, it said.

NYPD plans to ask pharmacies to stock GPS pill bottles to 'track thieves'

NYPD plans to ask pharmacies to stock GPS pill bottles to 'track thieves' 15 Jan 2013 The New York Police Department wants pharmacies in and around the city to fight prescription drug thefts by stocking pill bottles fitted with GPS tracking chips. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly is expected to unveil the project Tuesday at a California conference on health issues hosted by former President Bill Clinton's foundation.

N.Y. state about to get first post-Newtown gun law

N.Y. state about to get first post-Newtown gun law 15 Jan 2013 Days after calling for an overhaul of gun control in New York following the Connecticut school shooting, Gov.

Duck hunters trigger brief scare at Plymouth nuclear plant

Duck hunters trigger brief scare at Plymouth nuclear plant 14 Jan 2013 A pair of duck hunters caused a minor scare at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth early Saturday when security personnel at the plant heard gunfire coming from Cape Cod Bay, officials said today.

U.S. troops might be sent to Mali and surrounding countries - Defense officials

U.S. troops might be sent to Mali and surrounding countries - Defense officials --U.S. moves to bolster French military campaign in Mali 14 Jan 2013 The Obama administration is preparing to ferry hundreds of additional French troops to the North African country of Mali, bolstering a rapidly evolving military campaign in the latest conflict with Al Qaeda affiliates. U.S.

Senator Asks CIA Nominee When Drones Can Kill Americans

Senator Asks CIA Nominee When Drones Can Kill Americans --'Does the President have to provide individual Americans with the opportunity to surrender before killing them?' 14 Jan 2013 The man in charge of America's drone wars will face Senate questioning about perhaps their most controversial aspect: when the president can target American citizens for death. Sen.

Inspection team headed to Pa. nuclear plant

Inspection team headed to Pa. nuclear plant 14 Jan 2013 Federal regulators are examining a nuclear plant in northeastern Pennsylvania following three unexpected shutdowns. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission sent an inspection team to the Susquehanna power plant on Monday. The most recent shutdown occurred Dec. 19 after a valve failed to open during plant startup.

US, France plan attacks on Syria airports: Report

US, France plan attacks on Syria airports: Report 13 Jan 2013 The US and France are reportedly behind the attacks carried out by foreign-backed militants on military airbases and civilian airports in Syria.

US mulls aid to French in Mali, including drones

US mulls aid to French in Mali, including drones 12 Jan 2013 The US military is weighing support for French forces in Mali including surveillance drones, a US official said Friday, as Washington backed moves to deny safe haven to 'extremists' in the country.

Secrets and Lies of the Bailout

Secrets and Lies of the Bailout --The federal rescue of Wall Street didn’t fix the economy -- it created a permanent bailout state based on a Ponzi-like confidence scheme.

Obama 'kill list' critic found dead in New York City

Obama 'kill list' critic found dead in New York City 13 Jan 2013 Prominent American blogger and computer prodigy Aaron Swartz, who spoke against US President Barack Obama's "kill list" and cyber attacks against Iran, has been found dead in New York. Police found the body of the 26-year-old in his apartment in New York City borough of Brooklyn on Friday, said a spokeswoman for the city's chief medical examiner.

Montpelier, Ohio, schools to arm janitors

Montpelier, Ohio, schools to arm janitors 10 Jan 2013 The Montpelier Exempted Village Schools Board of Education has approved the carrying of handguns by its custodial staff.

Chicago man with spitting on Secret Service agent

Chicago man with spitting on Secret Service agent 13 Jan 2013 A Chicago man has been charged with spitting on a Secret Service agent who was guarding President Barack Obama's home last month. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Kevin Lawrence is accused of spitting into the agent's vehicle on Dec.

Alaska Polar Bear Habitat Designation Tossed By Judge

Alaska Polar Bear Habitat Designation Tossed By Judge 11 Jan 2013 A federal judge in Alaska has thrown out a plan designating more than 187,000 square miles as habitat for threatened polar bears. U.S. District Judge [terrorist] Ralph Beistline sent the matter back to the U.S.

Goldman bankers set for bonus windfall as profits rise

Goldman bankers set for bonus windfall as profits rise 13 Jan 2013 Goldman Sachs bankers are poised for a bigger windfall when bonuses are handed out later this month after the US investment bank enjoyed a stronger 2012.

France bombs rebel strongholds in Northern Mali: Security sources

France bombs rebel strongholds in Northern Mali: Security sources 13 Jan 2013 The French Air Force has conducted airstrikes on rebel positions in northern Mali, security sources say. "French planes have just carried out airstrikes in the Kidal region at Aghabo (town)," said an unknown security source on Sunday. Earlier in the day, French fighter jets also targeted the northern city of Gao which had been controlled by the rebels.

Gun groups predict assault weapon ban will fail in Congress

Gun groups predict assault weapon ban will fail in Congress 13 Jan 2013 Gun rights groups on Sunday forecast that bids to ban assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips would fail in Congress, as Vice President Joe prepares this week to give President Barack Obama proposals to curb gun violence. Even some congressional Democrats indicated that a bill to revive the U.S.

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