Saturday, August 2, 2008 15:31
Scientist's Quiet Life Took a Darker Turn
For most of his career, he was a casting
agent's vision of a bench scientist: shy, eccentric, nerdy, soft-spoken.
But sometime this spring, with the FBI closing in on him, Bruce E. Ivins's
life took a dark turn that frightened his closest friends.
Bugliosi on the Alex Jones Show: "Off To Jail Bush"
On today's show, Alex talks with former LA County
district attorney and author Vincent Bugliosi, who recently appeared
before the House Judiciary Committee on the impeachment of Bush.
Seen as 'Not Fit' for Terror
Osama bin Laden's former driver was a "primitive"
chauffeur and mechanic who "was not fit to plan or execute"
terrorist attacks, the self-described mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001,
attacks told jurors in writing Friday at the driver's military trial.
insists on weekend deadline for Iran
The US insists on a 'weekend' deadline for NPT
signatory Iran to reply to an incentives package for suspending its
suspect in US anthrax attacks found dead
The chief suspect in the 2001 anthrax postal
attacks in the US has died from an apparent suicide just as the Justice
Department was to file criminal charges against him.
parties in Israel push for early poll after Ehud Olmert resigns
Israel's ultra nationalist parties yesterday
seized on Ehud Olmert's decision to stand aside as prime minister to
push for an early election, which would most likely return the hawkish
Likud leader, Binyamin Netanyahu, to the helm.
West monopolizes N-technology
• US backs down
from Iran deadline
Says Privacy Doesn't Exist, Get Used To Everyone Knowing Everything
The headline practically says it all. Google
is being sued by a Pittsburgh couple for posting images of its house
on the Internet in Google's Street Views pages. Google responded, in
court no less, that complete privacy simply doesn't exist in today's
world and the couple should stop crying about it.
MI5 fax could have stopped 7/7': The crucial missed warning
A chance to stop the 7/7 bombers may have been
missed when a secret services fax to police went missing.
misled MPs over Briton's secret rendition, court told
MI5 misled MPs about what it knew of the whereabouts
of Binyam Mohamed, a British resident who says he was tortured before
being secretly rendered to Guantánamo Bay, the high court was
Economy: Jobless Rate Rises to Four-Year High
The U.S. unemployment rate rose to the highest
level in more than four years as employers cut jobs again in July, increasing
the threat of a deeper economic slowdown.
crunch forces evicted family of four to live in a car
energy bills set to push inflation to 16-year high
bill would restrict Bush from secret executive orders
The President will no longer be able to change published executive orders
in secret if a bill introduced to the Senate Thursday becomes law.
Chinese Harassed, Jailed Before Olympics
FM learnt of radioactive leak from US sub on TV
10.7b arms deal for Iraq
The US Department of Defense has approved up
to USD 10.7b in arms sales for Iraq over the past week, including M1A1
Presses Pakistan on Control of Its Spy Agency
Intelligence Aided Attack in Kabul, U.S. Officials Say
American intelligence agencies have concluded that members of Pakistan’s
powerful spy service helped plan the deadly July 7 bombing of India’s
embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to United States government
Benton on the Alex Jones Show: Jesse Ventura at Rally
Ron Paul's campaign coordinator Jesse Benton appeared on the Alex Jones
show and made a major annoucement.
to speak at Ron Paul rally
May Run for ‘Big One’ in 2012
Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"
Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
state wants your children.
Truth Rising: Sneak Peek
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