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Met chief wants phone-tap trials

England's top police officer is calling for phone-tap evidence to be used in court cases involving terror suspects.
Home Secretary Charles Clarke has ruled it out, denying it would make it easier for terror suspects to be tried instead of being detained without charge.

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Radio Technology To Fight Terrorism

U.S. officials want to see if the same technology that speeds cars through highway tolls and identifies lost pets can unclog border crossings without compromising security .

Defend Social Security; defeat bogus 'reform'

Let's make one thing clear at the start. When politicians promote "reform"—as in welfare, tort, or Social Security reform—it isn't justice they're seeking

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>> Ballot Man

North Korea threatens:
U.S. bases 'sea of fire'

South: 690,000 American troops, 2,000 planes to be dispatched to peninsula. U.S. military bases will become a "sea of fire" if war breaks out on the Korean peninsula.

Some troops got anthrax shots after judge banned them

The US military gave anthrax shots to more than 900 soldiers after a federal judge ordered a halt to the mandatory vaccination program last October, according to news reports this week.

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