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The Arizona Republic

By 2010, the Phoenix Police Department will accept only blood evidence. Phoenix joins Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler and Peoria police departments in the switch, and Tempe police could follow; officials there are re-evaluating whether breath evidence is

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Washington Times

President Bush said he will not sign a new eavesdropping measure that would restrict surveillance in foreign countries and would deny immunity to US telecommunications companies that helped the government conduct warrantless wiretapping after the Sep

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THe Guardian

BAE Systems claims it is able to automatically follow a target even if they change their appearance by changing their clothes or hiding beneath a hat.

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Raw Story

The Senate is preparing to introduce a foreign surveillance law update that would shield telecommunications companies from litigation or prosecution over their assistance in the National Security Agency's warrantless wiretapping program institute

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Prison Planet

Washington has angered Canada's airlines with a proposal to order them to hand over personal information about passengers who take flights that go south over U.S. airspace en route to sunny destinations. [fingerprints and retinal patterns next, e

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www.afterdowningstreet.org

The first robobug, the "insectothopter," was developed by the CIA back in the 1970s. It "looked just like a dragonfly and contained a tiny gasoline engine to make the four wings flap," but it couldn't handle the crosswinds.

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New York Times

House Democrats pushed their government eavesdropping bill through two committees on Wednesday with only minor changes, setting the stage for a confrontation with the Bush adminstration. President Bush said he would not sign the bill if it

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Homeland Stupidity

...those same high-ranking government officials are upset at the level of publicity this story has been getting, and especially with the publication of videos documenting harassment and threats by U.S. Marshals and “Treasury agents.”

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Homeland Stupidity

Satire became reality Friday afternoon when half a dozen armed federal agents wearing body armor showed up at this author’s home and detained everyone in the house for nearly 90 minutes to determine who might pose a threat to the government.

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www.kolotv.com/

Sheriff's deputies have been competing in organized contests to see who could make the most arrests, who could impound the most cars and who could question the most gang members. The games were meant to boost morale and motivate deputies, but som

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