disrupt Bush's July 4th address at Monticello President Bush delivered a July 4th address
before a naturalization ceremony for new citizens at Thomas Jefferson's
home of Monticello that was repeatedly interrupted by protesters who
called out "war criminal" and "impeach Bush."
to back carbon trading BIG business will today pledge full support
for an emissions trading scheme but it will warn Kevin Rudd against
granting exemptions from the scheme for crude political reasons.
Faces More Privacy Woes After YouTube Ruling Google Inc., owner of the YouTube video-sharing
Web site, may be exposed to heightened privacy complaints from Internet
users after a U.S. judge ordered it to give Viacom Inc. a database about
eyes plan to empty Guantanamo prison: report The US government is developing a "long-range
plan" to empty its war-on-terror prison at its naval base in Guantanamo,
Cuba, and seeking help on what to do with inmates who won't be tried,
The Washington Post reported Friday.
safe, U.S. envoy says U.S. Ambassador David Wilkins hosted his last
Independence Day shindig in Canada stating even a Democratic president,
if elected, will see the benefits of NAFTA and won't attempt to renegotiate