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Flashback: 'Gathering All The Jews In One Place'

Joe Quinn
Signs Of The Times
2007-01-16 14:57:00

Today's Boston Globe ran an editorial by the editorial page director, H.D.S. Greenway. It was a typical apparently "left of center" piece on a possible attack on Iran, with Greenway urging everyone to "step back and take a deep breath". Towards the end of the piece however, Greenway makes a comment where he momentarily strikes at the heart of the matter only to then gloss it over with a line taken directly from the Zionist book of truisms.

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John F. Kennedy and the Pigs of War

Laura Knight-Jadczyk
2006-11-20 12:00:00

President Kennedy receives the flag of the cuba exiles (Brigade 2506) in Miami in Dec. 29, 1962 and declares: "I promise to return this flag in a free Havana." Kennedy had been misinformed about the exact details of the planned Cuban invasion.

On November 18th, 1963, John F. Kennedy predicted that the month of April, 1964, would bring "the longest and strongest peacetime economic expansion in our Nation's entire history." And he added: "The steady conquest of the surely yielding enemies of misery and hopelessness, hunger, and injustice is the central task for the Americas in our time . . . 'Nothing is true except a man or men adhere to it -- to live for it, to spend themselves on it, to die for it . . . '"

Time was slipping through his hands . . . he had four days to live.

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Best of the Web
The Book That Can't Be Published In America

Alan Hart
Information Clearing House
2007-11-15 07:07:00

The question Americans asked in the immediate aftermath of the horror of 9/11 was "Why do they hate us?" And in many American minds the "they" of the question were not only the violent Islamic fundamentalists who, according to the official version of events, were solely responsible for bringing down the Twin Towers, but Arabs and Muslims everywhere - about a quarter of humankind.

Since that particular shocking and awesome event, I have often asked myself how different the world today might have been - how much less destruction and killing there would have been - if President Bush had said something like: "That's a very good question. We must and will seek the answer to it before we decide how to respond."

If an attempt had been made to answer the question, the first thing that would have been established is that the overwhelming majority of Arabs and other Muslims everywhere do not hate Americans or America. If they could, very many Arabs and other Muslims, perhaps even half of them, would live in America to enjoy the apparently good life there.

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U.S. News
Flashback: Psychologist adds scientific insight to loaded label of 'psychopath

2007-11-15 13:00:00

For most people on the planet, the term "psychopath" evokes thoughts of violence and bloodshed - and evil of the darkest kind.

But during 25 years, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has built a body of work that may help temper such deeply ingrained perceptions.

Sure, people do commit horrific, unimaginable crimes. But does that automatically mean they are psychopathic? And what is "psychopathy" anyway? With unique research access to prison inmate populations in Wisconsin, Joseph Newman has devoted his career to answering such questions.

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Here's What America Really Spends on Security

Christopher Hellman
Common Dreams
2007-11-15 12:20:00

Back in February 2006, the Bush administration requested, and Congress later approved, roughly $463 billion in funding for the Defense Department. But when it comes to what American taxpayers really spend on national security, this is just the tip of the iceberg. All told, the United States spent nearly $1 trillion on security in fiscal year 2007, which ended on September 30.

In addition to the money allocated to the Pentagon each year as part of the Defense Department's "base budget," hundreds of billions of dollars are spent on other federal programs that are a direct result of the United States supporting and maintaining its military.

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Flashback: Air Force punishes 70 in accidental nuclear-weapons flight

Arkansas Online
2007-10-19 10:19:00

Washington - Air Force weapons officers assigned to secure nuclear warheads failed on five occasions to examine a bundle of cruise missiles headed to a B-52 bomber in North Dakota, leading the plane's crew to unknowingly fly six nuclear-armed missiles across the country.

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NYU Students Would Sell Their Right to Vote for iPod

2007-11-15 09:14:00

We know vote "buying" is illegal, but a recent survey of 3,000 undergraduates at NYU revealed two thirds would exchange their vote in the 2008 Presidential election for a year's tuition.

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NYC police kill unarmed teenager

Associated Press
2007-11-14 14:56:00

An unarmed, mentally ill teenager could be heard cursing and yelling, "I've got a gun!" during a frantic 911 call made by his exasperated mother before police arrived and killed him with a 20-bullet barrage, according to a tape of the call released yesterday.

Police officials said that although the woman had said her son didn't have a gun, Khiel Coppin gave five officers no choice but to open fire after he suddenly charged them outside her home with a black object in his hand. It turned out to be a hairbrush.

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Dozens arrested in US anti-war protest

Associated Press
2007-11-15 08:19:00

OLYMPIA, Washington: More than 40 people were arrested as anti-war protesters again tried to block shipments of military gear to a local U.S. Army brigade, even pouring cement on railroad tracks in a failed effort to stop trains.

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US network uncovers 'suicide epidemic' among US veterans

Agence France-Presse
2007-11-15 00:21:00

The US military is experiencing a "suicide epidemic" with veterans killing themselves at the rate of 120 a week, according to an investigation by US television network CBS.

At least 6,256 US veterans committed suicide in 2005 -- an average of 17 a day -- the network reported, with veterans overall more than twice as likely to take their own lives as the rest of the general population.

While the suicide rate among the general population was 8.9 per 100,000, the level among veterans was between 18.7 and 20.8 per 100,000.

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House votes for Iraq troop withdrawal which Bush will veto.

Richard Cowan
2007-11-14 23:52:00

The Democratic-led House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a timetable for withdrawing troops from Iraq, defying President George W. Bush by tying the measure to $50 billion in new war funds.

By a vote of 218-203, the House sent the controversial plan to the Senate, where it faced an uphill fight as Republicans have vowed to block it.

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Judge who sued over pants loses job

Yahoo News
2007-11-14 22:36:00

A judge who lost a $54 million lawsuit against his dry cleaner over a pair of missing pants has lost his job, District of Columbia officials said.

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UK & Euro-Asian News
Total strike: The arm wrestling starts

Nicolas Maury
2007-11-14 14:52:00

It was the very last attempt to stop the conflict, a few hours before the beginning of the strike in the companies concerned by the reform of the special retirement regimes.

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Hystericization Now Complete: Errant text message sends cops to door in Oslo

Yahoo News
2007-11-14 22:40:00

Leif Harry Ersland wanted to return a nail gun he borrowed, so he sent a text message to the owner saying "the gun is on the cabin steps."

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Around the World
U.S. Is Looking for New Strong Man to Rule Pakistan in Case Musharraf Falls

Helene Cooper, Mark Mazzetti and David Rohde
New York Times
2007-11-15 07:56:00

Almost two weeks into Pakistan's political crisis, Bush administration officials are losing faith that the Pakistani president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, can survive in office and have begun discussing what might come next, according to senior administration officials.

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Japan's Prime Minister Fukuda makes US debut amid stalemate at home

Agence France-Presse
2007-11-15 00:21:00

Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda heads Thursday to Washington in his diplomatic debut as he tries to overcome domestic opposition to supporting the US-led "war on terror."

Fukuda's first foreign trip as premier also comes amid disagreements between the Pacific allies over North Korea, with Japan pressing the United States to keep its communist rival on a list of state supporters of terrorism.

Fukuda, a 71-year-old political veteran who took over in September amid turmoil in the ruling party, will spend little more than a day in Washington, meeting Friday with President George W. Bush before heading to an Asian summit in Singapore.

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Pet Massacres Carried Out in Puerto Rico

Yaisha Vargas and Andrew O. Selsky
Associated Press
2007-11-14 21:26:00

TRUJILLO ALTO, Puerto Rico - Back roads, gorges and garbage dumps on this tropical island are littered with the decaying carcasses of dogs and cats. An Associated Press investigation reveals why: possibly thousands of unwanted animals have been tossed off bridges, buried alive and otherwise inhumanely disposed of by taxpayer-financed animal control programs.

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Big Brother
Feel Safer Yet?: Houston Police deal tops recent orders at Taser

Ty Young
Phoenix Business Journal
2007-11-14 12:25:00

Scottsdale-based Taser International Inc. has been tapped to provide its X26 electronic control devices to three law enforcement agencies throughout the country.

The largest order was for 480 stun guns from the Houston Police Department. The order includes related accessories and adds to the nearly 4,000 units the department already uses.

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UK Police tasered diabetic in a coma - because they thought he was a suicide bomber

Daily Mail
2007-11-15 13:14:00

Innocent Nicolas Gaubert was shot twice with a Taser gun

A man who slipped into a diabetic coma on the top deck of a bus has described how he was used for electric stun gun "target practice" after police mistook him for a suicide bomber.

Innocent Nicolas Gaubert was shot twice with a Taser gun in what he said was a chilling precursor to the death of Jean Charles de Menezes in London just over a week later.

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Video: Police taser, kill polish man at Vancouver airport

2007-11-14 15:57:00

Video shows minutes leading up to RCMP tasering a Polish immigrant at Vancouver Airport. See how officers tried to speak to the Polish man in English and then quickly tasered him and pounced on him. He died during the ordeal. The RCMP confiscated this video and only through public outcry did they release the video.

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Gordon Brown reveals 'Fortress Britain' plan

Philip Johnston
Daily Telegraph
2007-11-15 04:36:00

Gordon Brown conjured up visions of ''Fortress Britain" as he unveiled a succession of security measures at airports, railway stations, sports venues and other public places.

©Clare Kendall
Mind programming : In 2003 tanks were deployed to Heathrow Airport because of a suspected plot to shoot down an airliner.

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US: Parents Must Immunize Their Children Or Go To Jail

Mark Century
2007-11-14 23:01:00

Prince Georges County, MD - 1,600 school children and their parents have been ordered to appear in circuit court this Saturday where health workers will immediately force them to receive required shots. Parents who don't bring their children to court for the shots are to be jailed.

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Fortress Britain: Train passengers face body search

Philip Johnston
2007-11-14 21:39:00

Train passengers face routine airline-style bag checks and body searches as part of a new counter-terror crackdown announced by Gordon Brown.

He conjured up visions of ''Fortress Britain" as he unveiled a succession of security measures at airports, railway stations, sports venues and other public places. There is also to be a huge "hearts and minds" drive aimed at diverting young Muslims away from the influence of fanatics.

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UK Airport Inquisition: Passengers forced to answer 53 questions in new scheme

James Slack
Daily Mail
2007-11-14 21:23:00

The e-borders system will monitor every passenger travelling into or out of the country

Travellers face price hikes and confusion after the Government unveiled plans to take up to 53 pieces of information from anyone entering or leaving Britain.

For every journey, security officials will want credit card details, holiday contact numbers, travel plans, email addresses, car numbers and even any previous missed flights.

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Up next: Cameras that know who you photographed

Stephen Shankland
CNet News.com
2007-11-14 20:33:00

Monterey, Calif. - Get ready for a new era in which your camera knows not just when you took a picture but who's in it, too.

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Axis of Evil
Olmert sets new condition for talks, undermining peace efforts

Al Jazeera
2007-11-15 16:56:00

Ehud Olmert, Israel's prime minister, has set forth a new condition for talks on Palestinian statehood, insisting any negotiation must be predicated on the recognition of Israel as the "state of Jewish people".

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Guantanamo operating manual posted on Internet

Jane Sutton
2007-11-15 09:19:00

The U.S. military's operating manual for the Guantanamo prison camp has been posted on the Internet, providing a glimpse of the broad rules and tiniest minutia for detaining suspected terrorists.

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State Dept official's brother linked to Blackwater

Susan Cornwell
2007-11-14 18:39:00

The State Department's top investigator recused himself on Wednesday from probes into the Blackwater security firm after discovering -- during a break in a congressional hearing -- that his brother was connected with the company.

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If Our Friends Do It, It Is Not Genocide

2007-11-13 17:46:00

"How do you reconcile your work in trying to build a moral American consensus against genocide when just very recently each of you signed letters urging America not to recognize the Armenian genocide?"

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Holocaust denial in the White House

Robert Fisk
The Independent
2007-11-10 21:17:00

The Turks say the Armenians died in a 'civil war', and Bush goes along with their lies

How are the mighty fallen! President George Bush, the crusader king who would draw the sword against the forces of Darkness and Evil, he who said there was only "them or us", who would carry on, he claimed, an eternal conflict against "world terror" on our behalf; he turns out, well, to be a wimp. A clutch of Turkish generals and a multimillion-dollar public relations campaign on behalf of Turkish Holocaust deniers have transformed the lion into a lamb. No, not even a lamb - for this animal is, by its nature, a symbol of innocence - but into a household mouse, a little diminutive creature which, seen from afar, can even be confused with a rat. Am I going too far? I think not.

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Middle East Madness
Ridiculous! Israel urging Disney to sue Hamas

Neta Sela
2007-11-15 08:53:00

The Israeli consulate in Los Angeles, California recently appealed to the Walt Disney Company to examine whether or not Hamas infringed upon its copyright on the character of Mickey Mouse by using a nearly identical figure in one of its children's shows.

Farfour - Mickey's Islamic twin

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Israeli legislature votes to seize East Jerusalem

Saed Bannoura
International Middle East Media Center
2007-11-15 08:23:00

The Israeli Knesset (Parliament) gave preliminary approval on Wednesday to a bill that would seize East Jerusalem, in contravention of international law and UN resolutions, and make it part of Israel.

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Stranded Palestinians to commence hunger-strike

Nisreen Qumsieh
International Middle East Media Center
2007-11-14 03:24:00


A group of Palestinian stranded on the Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing on Wednesday stated that they would soon commence a hunger strike in protest against their continued predicament.

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Jordan: Host to half a million Iraqis, says survey

2007-11-14 00:51:00

©IRIN/Dana Hazeen
An elderly Iraqi refugee sleeps rough on the streets of Amman

Jordan is home to nearly half a million Iraqis, mostly Sunnis, who have fled sectarian violence, an international survey reveals.

The Norway-based FAFO Institute for Applied International Studies conducted a six-month study at the request of the Jordanian government to determine the number of Iraqis in the kingdom, their religious backgrounds and economic profiles.

"While figures as high as one million or about 16 percent of the total population have been aired, this study concludes that there are between 450,000 and 500,000 Iraqi residents in Jordan as of May 2007," FAFO's managing director Jon Pedersen said on 13 November.

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Iraq war is a betrayal of American democracy

Matt Howard
Rutland Herald
2007-11-11 22:14:00

Editor's note: Matt Howard gave this statement at a recent protest at the Statehouse.

In 2003 I illegally invaded the sovereign nation of Iraq with 1st Tank battalion 1st Marine Division. My commander in chief unleashed the world's fiercest fighting force upon the country and people of Iraq, and now those of us used and betrayed by him are demanding justice.

Four and a half years after our opening "shock and awe" Bush's lies are known throughout the world, and yet he continues to act with impunity. Four and a half years later the Bush regime has unleashed a hell upon the country of Iraq that only those who have been there can truly understand.

As a two-tour combat veteran of this brutal war, I have a responsibility to speak honestly and openly about what has been done and what continues to be done in our name. We veterans know that this war is not the one being sanitized on the nightly news. It has nothing to do with the liberation of the people of Iraq; instead it has everything to do with the subjugation and domination of these people in the name of U.S. imperial economic and strategic interests.

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The Loan Gunmen
US Economy - Recession, Depression, or Collapse?

Shepherd Bliss
2007-11-14 17:42:00

"For Consumers, the Hits Keep Coming" a recent banner headline in a New York Times-owned daily newspaper here in Northern California reports. The article misses the main points. If we continue to understand ourselves as primarily passive consumers, rather than as active citizens, the US economy will enter at least a recession, probably a depression, and possibly a collapse. Even our republic is at risk.

Rampant consumption, our addiction to growth, and our failure to accept limits to growth damage us. The headline beneath the banner-"Cleanup Response Criticized"-reveals one of the saddest results. We are not adequately cleaning up the San Francisco Bay after a recent oil spill. Many other aspects of our environment need cleaning up. Without a healthy natural environment and climate conducive to humans, no economy can endure. Over-consumption drives the increasingly extreme and chaotic climate.

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The Coming Foreclosure Tsunami

Christopher Hayes
Common Dreams
2007-11-14 10:38:00

Unlike most hearings on the Hill, last week's meeting of the Joint Economic Committee actually got more interesting the longer it went on. While the first half-hour featured Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke offering his modest, softly downbeat but not panicked predictions about how the unfolding subprime mess would affect the broader economy, the last hour provided an opportunity to hear committee members give their own often eccentric diagnoses and predictions.

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Opec rejects US call to increase production

Javier Blas in Riyadh and Ed Crooks
The Financial Times
2007-11-14 22:00:00

Opec on Wednesday rejected calls from the US, its largest customer, to agree to increase production when it meets for its summit in Riyadh at the weekend.

Abdulla El-Badri, Opec secretary general, said that there was "no shortage of oil" in the market and deferred any decision on production to the next ministerial meeting of the oil producers' cartel in Abu Dhabi in December.

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The Living Planet
Update: Big earthquake kills two in Chile and hits mining

Pav Jordan
2007-11-15 01:01:00

A powerful earthquake hit mineral-rich northern Chile on Wednesday, killing at least two people, injuring more than 100 and halting output at some of the world's largest copper mines.

Residents point to a roof that collapsed on a car after an earthquake in Antofagasta, northwest of Santiago, November 14, 2007.

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Central Vietnam struggles with new flood disaster

Ho Binh Minh
2007-11-13 01:08:00

©Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty

Tens of thousands of homes were submerged in central Vietnam, the fifth major floods since August in which hundreds of people have died, roads and railways inundated, crops damaged and water-borne diseases spread. Relief workers delivered emergency supplies of household kits, clean water containers and mosquito nets in the coastal cities of Hue and Danang and the provinces of Quang Tri, Quang Ngai and Binh Dinh.

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Health & Wellness
The War's Mental Toll on Reservists

Michael Weisskopf
2007-11-15 12:43:00

Is the toll of fighting an urban guerrilla war harder on reservists than on active duty soldiers? An authoritative new study thinks so, saying army reservists - who constitute nearly a third of the 1.5 million Americans who have served in Iraq - require psychological treatment at twice the rate of active duty soldiers. The study, released on Veterans' Day week, was issued just as Congress looks for ways to lighten the mental health burden on the country's uniformed ranks.

The study by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) focused on 88,235 soldiers who were screened twice: first when they returned from Iraq; and second, after three to six months at home. Although reservists had similar battlefield experiences as active-duty troops, they suffered substantially higher rates of depression, interpersonal conflict, suicidal thoughts and post-traumatic stress disorder - a disparity that grew dramatically over time.

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Moody Is the New Bipolar

Bruce E. Levine
2007-11-14 10:53:00

The author of a new book on depression shows how Big Pharma is cashing in on drugs that aren't likely to help mood disorders.

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Genetic Risk Factors Interact With Family Background Leading To Juvenile Delinquency

Medical News Today
2007-11-14 05:49:00

An associate professor of sociology at Iowa State University, where he is also director of the criminal justice program, DeLisi worked the third shift in a county jail in Colorado while he was a graduate student. That experience led to his first book, Career Criminals in Society (Sage Publications, 2005).

He's now co-author of a new edition of the popular juvenile delinquency textbook Delinquency in Society -- joining Robert Regoli, a professor of sociology at the University of Colorado; and John Hewitt, professor of criminal justice at Grand Valley State University, on the book. DeLisi and ISU sociology lecturer Pete Conis also co-edited another book that was published in October titled Violent Offenders. That book features contributions from an international array of experts on violent criminals -- homicide offenders, sex offenders and psychopaths.

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Breast milk content may affect child's obesity risk

2007-11-15 00:51:00

Mothers who breast feed and have high levels of a protein secreted by lipids in their milk may be increasing the risk that their child will be overweight, German researchers report.

©REUTERS/Jon Nazca
Mothers nurse their babies in Malaga, southern Spain June 30, 2007. June 30, 2007

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Aspirin provides less heart protection for women

Megan Rauscher
2007-11-15 00:33:00

Gender may explain the considerable variation in the effectiveness of aspirin therapy in reducing the risk of heart attacks, researchers from Canada report. Their findings, published online in BMC Medicine, indicate that women may be much less responsive to aspirin than men.

Women with a low or average risk of having a heart attack "should probably not take aspirin as preventive therapy," Dr. Don D. Sin from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, told Reuters Health.

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Flashback: Common painkillers raise heart risk

By Maggie Fox
2007-02-27 10:35:00

Popular painkillers such as aspirin, ibuprofen and acetaminophen can raise blood pressure and thus the risk of heart disease among men, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.

Men who took such drugs for most days in a week were about one-third more likely to be diagnosed with high blood pressure than men not taking them, the researchers found.

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US: Over 35.5 Million Found Hungry in 2006

Hope Yen
Associated Press
2007-11-14 21:37:00

More than 35.5 million people in this country went hungry in 2006 as they struggled to find jobs that can support them, a figure that was virtually unchanged from the previous year, the Agriculture Department said Wednesday.

Single mothers and their children were among the most likely to suffer, according to the study.

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Science & Technology
Surfer dude stuns physicists with theory of everything

The Telegraph
2007-11-15 12:24:00

An impoverished surfer has drawn up a new theory of the universe, seen by some as the Holy Grail of physics, which as received rave reviews from scientists.

Garrett Lisi, 39, has a doctorate but no university affiliation and spends most of the year surfing in Hawaii, where he has also been a hiking guide and bridge builder (when he slept in a jungle yurt).
The E8 pattern (left), Garrett Lisi surfing (middle) and out of the water (right)

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Look Up! Comet Holmes Bigger Than The Sun

David Jewitt
University of Hawaii
2007-11-15 04:04:00

Formerly, the Sun was the largest object in the Solar System. Now, comet 17P/Holmes holds that distinction.

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Small planets forming in the Pleiades

2007-11-15 00:13:00

Small, rocky planets that could resemble the Earth or Mars may be forming around a star in the Pleiades star cluster, astronomers reported on Wednesday.

©REUTERS/ Gemini Observatory/Lynette R. Cook
An artist's rendering of what the environment around Pleiades star HD 23514 might look like as two planets collide. Small, rocky planets that could resemble the Earth or Mars may be forming around a star in the Pleiades star cluster, astronomers reported on Wednesday.

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Our Haunted Planet
Clinton Library Offers Peek at UFO Files

Andrew DeMillo
Associated Press
2007-11-14 06:28:00

Little Rock, Ark. - In a move sure to provide fodder for conspiracy theorists, the Clinton Library withheld e-mails with subject lines like "X-Files" and "Area 51" from a batch of documents recently released at a UFO buff's request.

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Don't Panic! Lighten Up!
US: Kansas City Man Accused Of Toad Licking

2007-11-15 09:31:00

A 21-year-old man has been accused of using a toad to get high.

Clay County sheriff's deputies said David Theiss, of Kansas City, possessed a Colorado River toad with the intention of using it as a hallucinogenic.

Experts said it's possible to lick the toad's venom glands to achieve psychedelic effects.


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