Thursday, July 24, 2008 16:21
Committee Head Rigs Bush Impeachment Hearings
S taffers of the chairman of the Judiciary Committee have reportedly
told witnesses that Kucinich's informal impeachment hearing this Friday
may be under threat of dismissal before it is even underway.
predicts vast supplies of Arctic oil, gas An estimated 90 billion barrels
of undiscovered but technically recoverable oil — three years
of world consumption — lie north of the Arctic Circle, the U.S.
Geological Survey reported Wednesday.
industry to tax downloaders Internet users could face an
annual charge of up to £30 to download music, under plans to be
unveiled today that aim to tackle illegal file-sharing.
foods may harm male fertility Men who eat soya-based foods
may be harming their fertility, doctors said yesterday, after a study
found a link between soya-rich diets and lower sperm counts.
silent on Russian bomber report: Fidel Castro Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro on Wednesday
said Cuba does not have to explain or "ask forgiveness" about
a report out of Russia this week that Russia might use its Cold War
ally Cuba as a refueling base for nuclear-capable bombers.
Benazir Bhutto assassination witness shot dead
Khalid Shahenshah, who was the former Pakistan prime minister's security
chief at the time of her assassination, was killed in a drive-by shooting
as he left his house in the southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday,