Did Adolf Hitler draw Disney characters?
Big Wall Street investment companies are taking advantage of the Federal Reserve’s unprecedented offer to secure emergency loans, the central bank reported Thursday.
The lending is part of a major effort by the Fed to help a financial system in danger of freezing.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday warned that any military means to solve Iran’s controversial nuclear programme would have a “disastrous” effect.
“Any forceful attempts to resolve this issue by non-peaceful means would undermine all that has been done to bring clarity into the Iranian nuclear programme,” Lavrov said in a press conference with his Israeli counterpart Tzipi Livni.
Police getting too lazy now with all the federal funding they receive
A Colorado wife and mother with no criminal record has spent five days in jail because a police detective identified her as a suspect in a robbery, even though her name was different, she was seven years older than the suspect, and weighed 90 pounds more.
Firings over Obama file breach
Aloha Airlines filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday, a little more than two years after emerging from bankruptcy.
Shanty towns and tent cities are starting to pop up in America
Forty miles east of Los Angeles, on a patch of waste ground, is the place they call Tent City.
Sandwiched between the local airport and the railway line, this really is the wrong side of the tracks.
Just when consumers and the U.S. economy need banks to lend more freely, the mortgage industry is making it harder to borrow — even for those with good credit.
Here is proof that gun control works
A woman was asking a 911 dispatcher for help when her pleas were interrupted by gunshots, then silence. She was shot to death.
Russia has requested an emergency meeting of the Russia-NATO council to discuss U.S. authorisation for arms supplies to Kosovo, Itar-Tass news agency quoted Russia’s envoy to NATO as saying on Thursday.
Compelled to take up arms to regain their liberties as Englishmen, America’s Founders knew that even the constitutional republic they had established could threaten the freedoms for which they had fought. In the First Amendment, they established a first line of defense — the freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition.
Each year, federal agents peek at the financial transactions of millions of Americans — without their knowledge.
The same type of information that raised suspicions about New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer is reviewed every day by authorities to find traces of money laundering, check fraud, identity theft or any crime that may involve a financial institution.
State health officials warned residents of a southern Colorado town Wednesday to stop drinking and cooking with tap water because they said it might be linked to a salmonella outbreak.
Comcast Cameras to Start Watching You?
registration of ammo
Bio tech promises disease vaccines via food
9/11 protester arrested after yelling at Bill Clinton
Government Concedes-Vaccine-Autisim Case in Federal Court
Soon U.S. Citizens Must Ask for Government Permission to Fly or Travel
Disability Cases Pending, Pending . . .
Google Gives All SF Homeless Free Voicemail
Everybody needs a number…..
FBI documents contradict 9/11 Commission report
Radio interference in Iraq hampers US UAV operations
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