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Spending review cuts will hit poorest harder, says IFS

Spending review cuts will hit poorest harder, says IFS 21 Oct 2010 George Osborne's claims that his spending cuts are fair have begun to unravel after the country's leading tax and spend thinktank revealed the poorest will be hit harder than the better off. In its analysis of the chancellor's spending review, the Institute for Fiscal Studies described the public spending cuts as the deepest since the second world war and said welfare benefits would suffer the biggest squeeze since the 1970s.

Settlers torch, vandalize Nablus school

Settlers torch, vandalize Nablus school --Witness: Settlers wrote racist slogans on the school's walls, including 'regards from the hilltops.' 21 Oct 2010 A group of Israeli settlers broke into an all girls' school in the Nablus district on Wednesday, setting fire to its storehouse containing furniture and unused sports equipment, the headmistress said. Maysoon Sawalha said the cleaning woman at the school in As-Sawiya village arrived to find the lock on the main door broken as well as that of the storehouse, and all its contents were torched.

Al Qaeda leader linked to 9/11 hijackers 'was invited to the Pentagon for lunch after attacks'

Dining with the enemy: Al Qaeda leader linked to 9/11 hijackers 'was invited to the Pentagon for lunch after attacks' [Well, he had to pick up his paycheck.] 21 Oct 2010 An Al Qaeda [al-CIAduh] leader who is one of the most wanted men in the world was invited for lunch at the Pentagon in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks, a new report has claimed. New documents have been obtained which apparently detail how  Anwar Al-Awlaki, the first American on the CIA's kill or capture list, rubbed shoulders with high-ranking military personnel just months after the atrocities.

US soldier charged in Iraq murder case

US soldier charged in Iraq murder case 21 Oct 2010 A US military service member has been charged with killing two of his comrades and injuring another in the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Army Spc. Neftaly Platero, 32, was charged with two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder after an argument on September 23. A US military statement released on Wednesday dubbed the Fallujah murders as "premeditated" but did not provide further information.

Canadian cmdr. could be 'serial killer'

Canadian cmdr. could be 'serial killer' 21 Oct 2010 A former Canadian air force commander, who is charged with two counts of murder, could be a "serial killer", says a law expert. "This person was a serial killer and there is prima facie evidence that he may have committed serial murders at military bases located at other locations around the world," Vancouver-based international lawyer Alfred Lambremont Webre told Press TV. On Thursday, a court in Canada was shown chilling confessions of Colonel Russell Williams, charged with 88 criminal charges, including two murders.

NSA's Newest Recruiters: Cartoon-Leopard Twins

NSA's Newest Recruiters: Cartoon-Leopard Twins 19 Oct 2010 ...[T]he surveillance and cryptology crew at NSA has the right online companions for you: Cy and Cyndi, a pair of anthropomorphic snow leopards now kickin' it with the CryptoKids, the Puzzle Palace’s team of cartoon animal hackers. Known as the CyberTwins and unveiled by NSA yesterday, Cy and Cyndi wear gaming headgear, talk into their hands-free mobile devices, and teach youths about proper online hygiene, all on the NSA website's kids page, which actually exists... The National Counterterrorism Center introduces you to "your NCTC friends," Becker the Eagle and Little Lady Liberty.

US to sell $60 billion in advanced arms to Saudi Arabia

US to sell $60 billion in advanced arms to Saudi Arabia 20 Oct 2010 The Obama administration notified Congress on Wednesday that it plans to sell up to $60 billion in advanced weaponry to Saudi Arabia in one of the largest-ever single U.S. arms sales, a deal intended to counter the rising influence of Iran enhance the coffers of arms dealers. State Department and Pentagon officials told lawmakers that the sales that will include 84 new F-15 fighter jets, upgrades to 70 existing Saudi F-15s, 190 helicopters and a wide array of missiles, bombs and delivery systems, as well as accessories such as night-vision goggles and radar warning systems.

Michelle Obama lifts large sweet potato in W.House fall harvest

Michelle Obama lifts large sweet potato in W.House fall harvest 20 Oct 2010 U.S. first lady Michelle Obama lifts a large sweet potato that she helped dig from the ground during the fall harvest of the White House Kitchen Garden at the White House in Washington, October 20, 2010. (Photo)

CIA acknowledges 'missteps' and 'shortcomings' led to officers' deaths

CIA acknowledges 'missteps' and 'shortcomings' led to officers' deaths 20 Oct 2010 The CIA on Tuesday acknowledged "missteps" and "shortcomings" that allowed a would-be informant to enter a U.S. base in Afghanistan and blow himself up on December 30, killing seven CIA officers. The mistakes included failing to act on warnings about the assailant from Jordanian intelligence or take security precautions that may have prevented the second most deadly attack in agency history, according to an internal investigation.

Pentagon Sends 2nd Carrier to Help Afghan Surge

Pentagon Sends 2nd Carrier to Help Afghan Surge --The fleet's area of 'responsibility' includes the Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea, and the areas off the Horn of Africa. 19 Oct 2010 The Pentagon has sent a second aircraft carrier to support the troop buildup in Afghanistan. The Navy says the USS Abraham Lincoln and the guided missile cruiser USS Cape St. George arrived in the region over the weekend. The Lincoln brings an airwing that can send an additional 60 aircraft into the war - adding to aircraft already there and flying from the carrier the USS Harry S. Truman.

Jordanian Man Gets 24 Years In FBI Dallas Bomb Plot

Jordanian Man Gets 24 Years In FBI Dallas Bomb Plot --Timer connected to perceived truck bomb was provided by undercover FBI agents [as they usually do, when they're not busy providing real ones] 20 Oct 2010 A Jordanian man caught in an FBI sting trying to blow up a Dallas skyscraper was sentenced Tuesday to 24 years in prison after telling the court he was ashamed of his actions and renouncing 'al-Qaida.' Hosam Smadi, 20, faced up to life in prison but received a reduced sentence after pleading guilty in May to attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction.

Rachel Corrie case: Israeli soldier to testify anonymously

Rachel Corrie case: Israeli soldier to testify anonymously --Family criticises decision to allow soldier who drove bulldozer that killed daughter to give evidence from behind screen 20 Oct 2010 The Israeli soldier at the controls of a bulldozer that crushed to death 23-year-old Rachel Corrie in Gaza in March 2003 is due to give evidence tomorrow in the civil lawsuit brought by the American activist's family. However the judge hearing the case in Haifa has ruled that, for security reasons, the soldier can testify anonymously from behind a screen, denying Cindy and Craig Corrie the opportunity to face the man who directly caused their daughter's death.

Big Brother WILL snoop on your calls and clicks: Ministers resurrect plan to log all communications

Big Brother WILL snoop on your calls and clicks: Ministers resurrect plan to log all communications 20 Oct 2010 Hugely controversial 'Big Brother' plans to store details of every internet click, email and telephone call that we make are being revived by the Coalition, it emerged last night. Police, security services and other public bodies would be able to find out which websites a person had visited, and when, where and to whom a text or call was made.

Australian union leader rejects 9/11 explanation

Australian union leader rejects 9/11 explanation --"The trouble is, mate, blokes like you are keeping most of the people in the dark". 21 Oct 2010 A prominent Australian union leader has suggested the official story of the World Trade Centre attacks is untrue. The president of the Victorian Trades Hall Council, Kevin Bracken, told ABC Radio in Australia he thought the official US government explanation was a "conspiracy theory that doesn't stand up to scientific scrutiny". ...Bracken went on: "Well, the fact is that aviation fuel doesn't get hot enough to melt steel. In my mind the buildings were imploded".

'Al Qaeda' Leader Dined at the Pentagon Just Months After 9/11

'Al Qaeda' Leader Dined at the Pentagon Just Months After 9/11 20 Oct 2010 Anwar Al-Awlaki may be the first American on the CIA's kill or capture list, but he was also a lunch guest of military brass at the Pentagon within months of the [Bush-Cheney] Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, Fox News has learned. Documents, including an FBI interview conducted after the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, state that Awlaki was taken to the Pentagon as part of the military’s outreach to the Muslim community in the immediate aftermath of the attacks.

DoD expanding domestic cyber role

DoD expanding domestic cyber role --Military to likely be key part of response to cyber attack 20 Oct 2010 The Defense Department is quietly taking on an expanding role in defending U.S. critical infrastructure from cyber attacks. In a break with previous policy, the military now is prepared to provide cyber expertise to other government agencies and to certain private companies to counter attacks on their computer networks, the Pentagon’s cyber policy chief, Robert Butler, said Wednesday. While the Department of Homeland Security officially remains the lead government agency on cyber defense, the new agreement "sets up an opportunity for DHS to take advantage of the expertise" in the Pentagon, and particularly the secretive electronic spying agency, the National Security Agency, said Butler, who is a deputy assistant defense secretary.

Federal Appeals Court Reinstates 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

Federal Appeals Court Reinstates 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' 20 Oct 2010 A federal appeals court Wednesday reinstated "don't ask, don't tell," the military's policy forbidding openly gay troops from serving. A three-judge panel granted the Justice Department's emergency request to allow the policy to remain on the books so that the appeals court could have more time to fully consider the issues presented.

Blast kills 9 civilians in Afghanistan

Blast kills 9 civilians in Afghanistan 20 Oct 2010 An explosion in southwestern Afghanistan has killed at least nine civilians as security situation continues to deteriorate in the war-ravaged country. The incident occurred after a civilian bus hit a Taliban-style roadside bomb in a district of southwestern Nimroz Province. The bomb, which was planted to target military forces, killed civilians, with local sources saying that most of the victims were female students.

Tennessee County Expands Its Pay Firefighting Policy

Tennessee County Expands Its Pay Firefighting Policy 20 Oct 2010 Tempers flared inside a northwestern Tennessee courtroom Monday night as residents and local firefighters argued about the expansion of a local subscription-only fire-department policy. The International Association of Fire Fighters has condemned the South Fulton Fire Department's inaction as "incredibly irresponsible." Over the objections of firefighters and many residents, the Obion County commission voted 15 to 3 to expand subscription-based service throughout the county.

Justice Department asks appeals court to overturn 'don't ask' injunction

Justice Department asks appeals court to overturn 'don't ask' injunction 20 Oct 2010 The Justice Department on Wednesday asked a federal appeals court in San Francisco to quickly set aside a judge's order that bars enforcement of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, saying the judge's "extraordinary decision" went too far, too fast. The 25-page motion says the appeals court should lift the judge's order Wednesday.

Pilot Refuses Full-Body Scan, Says TSA Doesn't Make Travel Safer

Pilot Refuses Full-Body Scan, Says TSA Doesn't Make Travel Safer 20 Oct 2010 A Tennessee pilot who says he's tired of being manhandled by security agents is waiting to see if he will lose his job because he refused a full body scan. ExpressJet Airlines first officer Michael Roberts was chosen for the X-ray scan Friday at Memphis International Airport. The Houston-based pilot says he also refused a pat-down and went home. Roberts, 35, told The Commercial Appeal newspaper he wants to go to work and not be "harassed or molested without cause."

Virginia Thomas Leaves Anita Hill a Voicemail Asking for An Apology

Virginia Thomas Leaves Anita Hill a Voicemail Asking for An Apology -- Hill Says No 19 Oct 2010 A few days ago, Brandeis University professor Anita Hill received a message on her voice mail at work. "Good morning, Anita Hill, it's Ginny Thomas," said the voice. "I just wanted to reach across the airwaves and the years and ask you to consider something. I would love you to consider an apology sometime and some full explanation of why you did what you did with my husband. So give it some thought and certainly pray about this and come to understand why you did what you did. OK, have a good day.' Hill didn't think the call was real... Hill told ABC Newss... 'I don't apologize. I have no intention of apologizing, and I stand by my testimony in 1991.' [GOPredator Clarence Thomas needs to apologize for installing George W. Bush in the 2000 US coup d'etat. --LRP]

GOP-Linked 'Latinos for Reform' Airs Nevada Ads Urging Hispanics Not to Vote

GOP-Linked 'Latinos for Reform' Airs Nevada Ads Urging Hispanics Not to Vote 19 Oct 2010 A third-party group headed by a GOP operative is out with a new Nevada ad spot encouraging Latinos in the state not to cast votes in this year's midterm elections. Robert de Posada, president of Latinos for Reform and a prominent conservative operative and political analyst for Univision, has commissioned the ads in what he describes as a response to Hispanic resentment over the failure of Washington to address immigration reform despite repeated promises.

Police look for links between Pentagon, museum shootings

Police look for links between Pentagon, museum shootings --Pentagon shooting is currently treated as 'random event' 19 Oct 2010 Someone with a rifle fired shots at the Pentagon early Tuesday, days after a similar incident at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle. Police and federal authorities said they are searching for links between the two predawn shootings. "We have contacted [Prince William police] to see of there is a link," said Steven Calvery, director of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency. "We are working together with them."

Militants torch NATO trucks in Pakistan

Militants torch NATO trucks in Pakistan 19 Oct 2010 Pakistani militants have torched tankers carrying supplies to the US-led foreign troops stationed in Afghanistan for the second time in less than 24 hours. Police say the gunmen targeted two vehicles in Dasht Bado town in Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province on Tuesday. The attack comes a day after three NATO supply trucks were set on fire in the same province.

Three US-led troops killed in Afghanistan

Three US-led troops killed in Afghanistan 19 Oct 2010 Three US-led service members have lost their lives in separate attacks in the troubled southern Afghanistan, NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) says. The US-led forces said one soldier was killed in an attack by Taliban militants and the others died in a bomb blast. Two Swedish soldiers were wounded in a Taliban attack in the north.

No charges to be filed in scuffle at Miller rally

No charges to be filed in scuffle at Miller rally 19 Oct 2010 No criminal charges will be filed over an incident at an Alaska U.S. Senate candidate rally in Anchorage in which an online journalist was handcuffed and detained. Alaska Dispatch editor Tony Hopfinger on Sunday tried to question GOP candidate Joe Miller at a campaign event held at a public school. Private security guards [thugs] placed him under a private person's arrest for what they said was trespass and assault. Anchorage municipal prosecutor Al Patterson tells the Anchorage Daily News that no charges will be filed against Hopfinger.

Guards at Alaska Miller event included active-duty soldiers

Guards at Alaska Miller event included active-duty soldiers  --The soldiers are assigned to the 3rd Maneuver Enhancement Brigade at Fort Richardson. 19 Oct 2010 Was Joe Miller required to bring a security detail to his town hall meeting Sunday at Central Middle School in Alaska? That's what Miller, the Republican Senate candidate, told two national cable news networks Monday in the wake of the arrest by his security squad of an online journalist at his public event. But the school district said there was no such requirement made of Miller... Meanwhile, the Army says that two of the guards who assisted in the arrest of the journalist and who tried to prevent two other reporters from filming the detention were active-duty soldiers moonlighting for Miller's security contractor, the Drop Zone, a Spenard surplus store and protection service.

AP: No indictment in 2006 Iraqi killing

AP: No indictment in 2006 Iraqi killing 18 Oct 2010 A former security contractor for Blackwater USA will not be indicted in the killing of an Iraqi guard in 2006, federal prosecutors said Monday. According to a congressional report, Seattle resident Andrew Moonen was wandering drunk around Baghdad's Green Zone after a Christmas Eve party in 2006 when he encountered and fatally shot Raheem Saadoun, a 32-year-old guard for Iraqi Vice President Adil Abd-al-Mahdi.

Journalist Embeds Canceled In Afghanistan

Journalist Embeds Canceled In Afghanistan 18 Oct 2010 A major military operation involving hundreds of American troops, U.S. Special Forces and heavy bombers dropping 2,000-pound bombs on Taliban command and control centers wrapped up last week, concluding a critical phase in the campaign to oust the Taliban from Afghanistan's southern Kandahar province. But no journalists were there to witness the operation. U.S. military officials told journalists who had arrived to Kandahar Airfield for embeds in the Arghandab district between Oct. 1 and Oct. 15 that 'logistical problems' had caused their embeds to be canceled.

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