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TERRORISM

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Is the United States taking a step backwards in the area of women’s rights? It would seem so. Violence against American women goes un-prosecuted, and women who have suffered remain traumatized with no justice in sight.

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South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

In an embarrassing outcome for the Bush administration, a federal jury on Thursday acquitted one man and the judge declared a mistrial against six others charged with plotting attacks against the Chicago Sears Tower and the Miami FBI headquarters.

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www.nationalexpositor.com

Spurlock has finished his new movie Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?, in which he sets out to do what the United States government has apparently failed to do: Find Osama Bin Laden. The Weinstein Company bought the thing after seeing only 15 mi

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Washington Post

The nine justices on the highest U.S. Court are to hear argument in the appeal of 36 Guantanamo prisoners who say a 2006 law wrongly denies them a meaningful way to challenge their detention at the U.S. Naval Base on Cuba.

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Pocono Record - AP

She hopes to work in global risk management for a large bank or financial services company. Townsend also said she has now changed her mind and would consider running for public office someday.

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James Bovard

The Times has revealed the DOJ produced a 2005 secret legal opinion permitting interrogators to use head slapping, waterboarding, frigid temperatures, extended stress position manacling, and sleep deprivation against detainees

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Homeland Stupidity

If you’re an American reading this, you just might be a domestic terrorist. If you are a "defender" of the Constitution then the Phoenix FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force in Phoenix, Ariz. will recommend that you be flagged as a terrorist.

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Washington Post

On Sept. 6, 2006, President Bush announced the CIA's overseas secret prisons had been emptied and 14 al-Qaeda leaders taken to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. But there has been no official accounting of what happened to 30 other "ghost prisoners

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BBC News

A Yemeni man convicted of plotting and taking part in the bombing of the USS Cole is to be freed from jail.

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Newsmax

The Dept of Homeland Security is tracking a serious terror threat to the US, Newsmax has learned. Charles E. Allen, chief of intelligence at DHS, would not disclose details of the threat. But his office focuses on a wide range of threats to the hom

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