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UN 'to appoint space ambassador to greet alien visitors'

UN 'to appoint space ambassador to greet alien visitors' [Glenn Beck?] 26 Sep 2010 A space ambassador could be appointed by the United Nations to act as the first point of contact for aliens trying to communicate with Earth. Mazlan Othman, a Malaysian astrophysicist, is set to be tasked with co-ordinating humanity’s response if and when extraterrestrials make contact. Aliens who landed on earth and asked: "Take me to your leader" would be directed to Mrs Othman. She will set out the details of her proposed new role at a Royal Society conference in Buckinghamshire next week.

France on high alert after warnings of possible terrorist attacks

France on high alert after warnings of possible terrorist attacks --Although officials later dismissed the report as unreliable, they maintained the high alert. 28 Sep 2010 France is reportedly on a high alert following repeated intelligence warnings that terrorists may be planning to carry out attacks in the country. The French Interior Ministry had said that a foreign intelligence service had passed along a report suggesting that a female suicide bomber had planned to strike somewhere in Paris.

'Credible But Not Specific' Threat of New Terrorist Attack

'Credible But Not Specific' Threat of New Terrorist Attack --Officials in Europe, US on High Alert for Commando-Style Raids After Capture of Suspected German Terrorist 28 Sep 2010 US and European officials said Tuesday they have detected a plot to carry out a major, coordinated series of commando-style terror attacks in Britain, France, Germany and possibly the United States. A senior US official said that while there is a "credible" threat, no specific time or place is known.

USC receives $15.3 million grant for its anti-terrorism center

USC receives $15.3 million grant for its anti-terrorism center --CREATE will expand to include more than 20 research partners across the country, and pursue a research program of more than 35 projects a year. 28 Sep 2010 An anti-terrorism center at USC received a $15.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the university announced today. The grant was awarded to the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events, which evaluates the risks, costs and consequences of terrorism and provides guidance on investments in homeland security.

FBI agents, supervisors 'cheated' in terrorism exam

FBI agents, supervisors 'cheated' in terrorism exam --Report found significant abuses and cheating involving at least 22 employees, including legal adviser 28 Sep 2010 FBI agents and several supervisors cheated in an exam about new rules for terrorism and criminal investigations and for collecting foreign intelligence, according to a US Justice Department report yesterday. The report found that some FBI employees improperly consulted colleagues while taking the exam, and others used or distributed answer sheets or study guides that provided the answers to the test.

Downtown LA Hits All-Time High of 113 Degrees

Downtown LA Hits All-Time High of 113 Degrees --Thousands are left without power after record temperatures 28 Sep 2010 The region is baking in a heat wave as September draws to a close. Downtown Los Angeles recorded an all-time record high of 113 degrees Monday as a heat wave continues to bake California, according to the National Weather Service. Weather forecaster Stuart Seto says the record high was reached about 12:15 p.m. Monday.

Biden tells liberal base: 'Stop whining'

B*** me, Biden: Biden tells liberal base: 'Stop whining' 27 Sep 2010 Vice President Joe Biden on Monday urged Democrats to overcome their differences and support their candidates at the polls by telling them to "stop whining." During a fundraiser for New Hampshire Democratic candidates for the House and Senate, Biden said that Democrats should "remind our base constituency to stop whining and get out there and look at the alternatives. This president has done an incredible job. He’s kept his promises," according to a pool report.  [See: 1 Million Strong in the Professional Left.]

Pakistan furious over Nato cross-border CIA raids

Pakistan furious over Nato cross-border CIA raids 27 Sep 2010  Pakistan reacted angrily today after Nato said US helicopters had crossed into its territory from Afghanistan to attack militants, claiming to have killed more than 50 Taliban fighters. The admission that two incursions had taken place over the weekend by helicopters from the Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (Isaf), and possibly a further cross-border raid today, came after recent reports of a covert CIA military force in Afghanistan that crosses into Pakistan to kill Taliban and al-Qaida fighters.

Dem Whip: GOP majority will issue birther subpoenas

Dem Whip: GOP majority will issue birther subpoenas 27 Sep 2010 House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) warned Republicans will investigate President Obama's birthplace if they take over Congress. Clyburn, the third-ranking Democrat in the House, said Republicans will grind the government to a halt by issuing subpoenas against the Obama administration over a number of issues if they take power.

More than 100 Arrested at White House Demanding End to Mountaintop Removal

More than 100 Arrested at White House Demanding End to Mountaintop Removal By lacymacauley 27 Sep 2010 More than 100 people were arrested today during Appalachia Rising, the largest national protest to end mountaintop removal (MTR) coal mining. Arrests included Appalachian residents; retired coal miners; renowned climate scientist, James Hansen; and faith leaders. After a march from Freedom Plaza and a rally at Lafayette Park, more than 100 stage a sit-in in front of the White House to demand President Obama follow his own science and end mountaintop mining.

Rahm Emanuel Likely to Leave White House This Week

Rahm Emanuel Likely to Leave White House This Week 27 Sep 2010 Although no final decision has been made because of family considerations, ABC News has learned that White House officials are preparing for Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel to announce on Friday -- as Congress adjourns for recess -- that he is leaving his post to explore a run for mayor of Chicago. White House officials expect that President Obama will also name an interim chief of staff, perhaps senior adviser Pete Rouse, at the announcement.

Wisconsin DA Accused of Sexual Harassment to Resign, Lawyer Says

Another GOPredator bites the dust! Wisconsin DA Accused of Sexual Harassment to Resign, Lawyer Says --DA Sends 30 Texts to Domestic Violence Victim 27 Sep 2010 The Wisconsin district attorney (R) accused of "sexting" women involved in cases he was prosecuting, including one alleged domestic violence victim, will resign from office, the attorney's lawyer said today. Calumet Country DA Ken Kratz had fought pressure to resign for two weeks since the allegations were first made public but decided to step down before the Oct. 8 court hearing that could have forced his removal, Kratz's attorney Robert Craanen told reporters after he met with his client at a Wisconsin courthouse, according to The Associated Press.

10,000 TSA employees get secret clearances

10,000 TSA employees get secret clearances 23 Sep 2010 The new head of the Transportation Security Administration say he's giving 10,000 of the agency's employees access to secret intelligence information to better enable them to detect threats and stop terrorists grope more thirteen-year-olds. John Pistole told an aviation luncheon that he views TSA as a counterterrorism agency. He said his goal is to get the latest intelligence to all employees who have what he called an "action need" to "inform their judgment and decision-making."

US judge declares mistrial in case of 2 ex-Blackwater contractors accused of killing Afghans

US judge declares mistrial in case of 2 ex-Blackwater contractors accused of killing Afghans 27 Sep 2010 A federal judge declared a mistrial Monday in the case of two former Blackwater mercenaries accused of murdering two unarmed Afghan civilians and wounding a third man in Kabul. The jury came out deadlocked just before 11 a.m. EDT (1500 GMT) after several days of deliberations, WAVY-TV in Norfolk reported on its website. A new trial date was set for March 1.

Many think health overhaul should do more, poll finds

Many think health overhaul should do more, poll finds 26 Sep 2010 An Associated Press poll finds that Americans who think the law should have done more outnumber those who think the government should stay out of healthcare -- by 2 to 1. The poll found that about four in 10 adults think the new law did not go far enough to change the healthcare system, regardless of whether they support the law, oppose it or remain neutral.

U.S. should be able to shut Internet, former CIA chief says

U.S. should be able to shut Internet, former CIA chief says --U.S. military has new Cyber Command to begin operations 1 October 26 Sep 2010 Cyberterrorism is such a threat that the U.S. president should have the authority to shut down the Internet in the event of an attack, Former CIA Director Michael Hayden said. Hayden made the comments during a visit to San Antonio where he was meeting with military and civilian officials to discuss cyber security. Hayden said the president currently does not have the authority to shut down the Internet in an emergency. [Yes, 'emergencies' such as exposing and resisting inevitable false flags, phony pandemics, and inside terror jobs.]

Money transfers could face anti-terrorism scrutiny

Money transfers could face anti-terrorism scrutiny --The new rule would require banks to disclose even the smallest transfers. 27 Sep 2010 The Obama administration wants to require U.S. banks to report all electronic money transfers into and out of the country, a dramatic expansion in efforts to counter terrorist financing and money laundering. Officials say the information would help them spot the sort of transfers that helped finance the 'al-Qaeda hijackers' who carried out the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

U.S. Is Working to Ease Wiretapping on the Internet

U.S. Is Working to Ease Wiretapping on the Internet --Mandate would include ability to intercept and unscramble encrypted messages 27 Sep 2010 Federal law enforcement and national security officials are preparing to seek sweeping new regulations for the Internet, arguing that their ability to wiretap criminal and terrorism suspects is "going dark" as people increasingly communicate online instead of by telephone. Officials want Congress to require all services that enable communications -- including encrypted e-mail transmitters like BlackBerry, social networking Web sites like Facebook and software that allows direct "peer to peer" messaging like Skype -- to be technically capable of complying if served with a wiretap order.

F.B.I. Searches Antiwar Activists' Homes

F.B.I. Searches Antiwar Activists' Homes 25 Sep 2010 F.B.I. agents executed search warrants Friday in Minneapolis and Chicago in connection to an investigation of support of terror organizations. The searches in Minneapolis took place early in the morning at the homes of people who have helped organize demonstrations against the war in Iraq and protests held two years ago during the Republican National Convention in St. Paul. Steve Warfield, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Minneapolis, said the agents executed six warrants in Minneapolis and two in Chicago. He added that agents in Michigan and North Carolina had also questioned people in connection with the investigation.

CIA seeks to gag critics of terror hit list

CIA seeks to gag critics of terror hit list 27 Sep 2010 The Obama Administration is trying to use national security laws to pre-empt an embarrassing court case over its targeted assassinations of terror suspects. In papers filed over the weekend Leon Panetta, the head of the CIA, argued that American security would be breached if the lawsuit was heard in court. "This case cannot be litigated without risking or requiring the disclosure of classified and privileged intelligence information that must not be disclosed," he wrote.

KC's new polar bear spends much of his days swimming in repetitive circles, generating worries

KC's new polar bear spends much of his days swimming in repetitive circles, generating worries 23 Sep 2010 Some people are worried that the Kansas City Zoo's new polar bear spends much of his time swimming in repetitive circles. The Kansas City Star says the nearly 4-year-old bear, named Nikita, is displaying something called stereotypic behavior. It's common among captive animals.

Virus hits Iran nuclear programme

Virus hits Iran nuclear programme 27 Sep 2010 Iran confirmed on Sunday that its nuclear programme had been affected by a mysterious computer virus, but sought to play down the impact. Mahmoud Jafari, head of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, said the Stuxnet worm had only affected staff computers rather than the system running the reactor itself... But Iran’s state-run Mehr news agency reported that the IP addresses of 30,000 computer systems infected by the worm had also been detected.

Bomb threat 'hoax' plane grounded in Sweden heads to Britain

Bomb threat 'hoax' plane grounded in Sweden heads to Britain 26 Sep 2010 A passenger jet at the centre of an alleged terrorism bomb hoax which led to a Pakistan-bound flight being diverted to Sweden was on its way to Manchester Airport tonight, officials said. Swedish police evacuated 273 people from the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane and a SWAT team detained a 25-year-old man. The flight from Toronto to Karachi was diverted after Canadian authorities received a tip-off that the passenger was carrying explosives.

Tea Party, GOP accused of trying to purge voters

Tea Party, GOP accused of trying to purge voters 20 Sep 2010 A liberal advocacy group is accusing Wisconsin Republicans of colluding with the Tea Party movement to throw minority and student voters off the rolls. One Wisconsin Now's director, Scot Ross, alleges the groups decided in June to send mailings to minorities and students warning them to confirm their voter registrations or risk being thrown off the rolls. Ross says the groups wanted to note how many mailings came back as undeliverable and dispatch poll observers to challenge voters who claimed those addresses.

Obama invokes 'state secrets' claim to dismiss suit against assassinating U.S. citizens

Obama invokes 'state secrets' claim to dismiss suit against assassinating U.S. citizens 25 Sep 2010 The Obama administration urged a federal judge early Saturday to dismiss a lawsuit over its targeting of a U.S. citizen for killing overseas, saying that the case would reveal state secrets. The U.S.-born citizen, Anwar al-Aulaqi, is a cleric now believed to be in Yemen... Civil liberties groups sued the U.S. government on behalf of Aulaqi's father, arguing that the CIA and the Joint Special Operations Command's placement of Aulaqi on a capture-or-kill list of suspected terrorists -- outside a war zone and absent an imminent threat -- amounted to an extrajudicial execution order against a U.S. citizen.

US-led forces kill two Afghan civilians

US-led forces kill two Afghan civilians 26 Sep 2010 NATO troops have killed two civilians in the southern Afghan province of Helmand, the US-led alliance has confirmed. The two men were on a motorbike as they were shot dead by NATO troops in the Musa Qala district in Helmand. NATO has confirmed the deaths but claimed that its soldiers opened fire on civilians after they failed to stop at a security outpost.

AP photojournalist detained at Beit Ummar rally

AP photojournalist detained at Beit Ummar rally 26 Sep 2010 Israeli forces assaulted and detained Associated Press photojournalist Nasser Shiyouki on Saturday as he covered the weekly anti-wall protest in Beit Ummar near Hebron, witnesses said. An Israeli military spokeswoman said Shiyouki physically confronted forces and refused to adhere to soldiers' requests to step back. She said the photographer was briefly detained, and that a report was filed with Israeli police, who would investigate the incident.

Pentagon destroyed 10,000 copies of army officer's book

Pentagon destroyed 10,000 copies of army officer's book 26 Sep 2010 The Pentagon has admitted buying up and destroying 10,000 copies of an insider's account of life in Afghanistan by an army intelligence officer. It said that the book, Operation Dark Heart by Lt Col Anthony Shaffer, threatened to divulge state secrets. Lt Col Shaffer, a bronze star recipient, said he had no intention of jeopardising American lives or damaging national security. "The whole premise smacks of retaliation," he told CNN. "Someone buying 10,000 books to suppress a story in this digital age is ludicrous." [Hey, can some country please do an 'Operation Iraqi Freedom'-style rescue in the US, and liberate us from these a**wipes? --LRP]

'Jews for Justice' aid boat sets sail for Gaza

'Jews for Justice' aid boat sets sail for Gaza 26 Sep 2010 A boat carrying Jewish activists from Israel, Germany, the U.S. and Britain set sail on Sunday for Gaza, hoping to breach Israel's blockade there and deliver aid. Richard Kuper, an organizer with the U.K. group Jews for Justice for Palestinians, said one goal is to show that not all Jews support Israeli policies toward Palestinians. Kuper said the boat, which set sail from northern Cyprus flying a British flag, won't resist if Israeli authorities try to stop it.

Censorship of the Internet Takes Center Stage in "Online Infringement" Bill

Censorship of the Internet Takes Center Stage in "Online Infringement" Bill By Richard Esguerra 21 Sep 2010 Senator Patrick Leahy yesterday introduced the "Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act" (COICA). This flawed bill would allow the Attorney General and the Department of Justice to break the Internet one domain at a time -- by requiring domain registrars/registries, ISPs, DNS providers, and others to block Internet users from reaching certain websites. The bill would also create two Internet blacklists. The first is a list of all the websites hit with a censorship court order from the Attorney General. The second, more worrying, blacklist is a list of domain names that the Department of Justice determines -- without judicial review -- are "dedicated to infringing activities."

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