Last Updated: Sunday, July 20, 2008 13:46 GMT
Has the new Batman plundered its plot from 9/11?
New York’s alter ego, Gotham City, is under attack. Bombs kill civilians indiscriminately. Panic spreads like wildfire. The perpetrator, a mysterious self-styled “agent of chaos”, has no apparent motive. Holy terror! Has the new Batman flick plundered its plot from 9/11?

Jewish terrorist document found
A document has surfaced in a UK auction, unveiling terrorist activities of a Jewish group prior to the establishment of the Israeli regime.

Coalition 'bombs Afghan police'

Checkpoints Resume After Spate of Violence
D.C. police yesterday resumed controversial checkpoints in the troubled Northeast Washington neighborhood of Trinidad after a series of overnight shootings and stabbings across the District.

GOP cyber-security expert suggests Diebold tampered with 2002 election
A leading cyber-security expert and former adviser to Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) says he has fresh evidence regarding election fraud on Diebold electronic voting machines during the 2002 Georgia gubernatorial and senatorial elections.

Iglesias: Rove Won’t Testify ‘To Keep Himself From Being Indicted’

Kucinich to investigate police surveillance of protest groups
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), who has figured prominently in recent political news for his attempts to begin impeachment hearings against President George W. Bush, today announced that the congressional subcommittee he chairs will look into reports of peace groups being surveilled by police and private investigators.

Hillary Clinton's revealing purchase: A website called HRC2012
Obamania grips Europe ahead of visit by "John Kennedy of our time"

Ex-Mossad chief: Iran not bluffing
Former head of the Israeli intelligence service Mossad has warned Tel Aviv against waging an air strike on Iran over its nuclear program.

Iran hopes nuclear talks will create negotiating framework
Bush agrees to 'time horizon' for Iraq withdrawal

Caught On Camera: Teen Dies After Shot With Taser Gun
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A teenager died after being hit with a police Taser gun for 37 seconds, and the whole thing was caught on tape by surveillance cameras.

Blind and ill woman tased by Ohio police

Irish 'No' vote architect plans Europe-wide 'referendum' on Lisbon Treaty
The man who delivered an historic "No" vote in Ireland against the EU's Lisbon Treaty has revealed far-reaching plans to give voters throughout Europe a peoples' referendum on the handover of power to Brussels.

Now there are 1,000 laws that will let the state into your home
The march of the Big Brother state under Labour was highlighted last night as it was revealed that there are now 1,043 laws that give the authorities the power to enter a home or business.

Maryland troopers spied on activist groups

Commercial bankruptcies soar, reflecting widening economic woes
Driven by a sour economy and skittish consumers, U.S. business bankruptcies saw their sharpest quarterly rise in two years, jumping 17 percent in the second quarter of 2008, according to an analysis by McClatchy.

Zimbabwe introduces Z$100bn note
UK economy heads for ‘horror movie’

Iran has two-week deadline for nuclear answer
Iran was on Sunday facing a two-week deadline to give a final answer to world powers seeking a breakthrough in the nuclear crisis, after talks with the EU foreign policy chief ended in stalemate.

New oilfield discovered in south Iran
Iran must choose between cooperation and confrontation: US

McKinney Presidency would see JFK Truth, MLK Truth, 911 Truth set free (Newsweek)
Controversy has always been Cynthia McKinney's trademark. This election season, she may have finally found her perfect political home.

Stern Says Fed Shouldn't Wait for End of Crisis to Raise Rates
The Federal Reserve shouldn't wait for housing and financial markets to stabilize before it begins raising interest rates, central bank policy maker Gary Stern said.

Swan Song for Fanny Mae

Killing Jobs to Save the Climate
The price of European emission permits is rising so rapidly that German companies are threatening to leave the country. Thousands of jobs could be lost. And the environment may, in the end, be no better off.

Did Air Force divert terror funds to buy posh seats?
For three years, the Air Force's top leadership sought to spend counterterrorism money on "comfort capsules" on military planes that ferry senior officers and civilian leaders.

LAX bomb threat was a hoax, Qantas official says

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

Ireland Says No to the EU: Lisbon Treaty Dead and Buried?

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