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The bookish calm of a public library might not seem like the most obvious place to hunt for terrorists, but according to a report, the FBI and other US law enforcement agencies involved in counter-terrorism have made more than 200 requests for information about borrowers from libraries since September 11.
They're the first in Missouri to have it. A convenience store in Arnold has a new way for customers to pay by scanning their fingerprints. With this new system, customers won't need to carry a check, debit card or even cash. All they need is their finger and a code.
Herskowitz was at some point pulled off the autobiography project by Bush's handlers, who thought he wasn't presenting the chosen one in a sufficiently adulatory light. But even if he had stayed on in the job, that honestly ejaculated little Bushism probably wouldn't have gone into the book.
It never ends.
China Tuesday dismissed as "groundless and unreasonable" US concerns over its military cooperation with Israel, arguing no third party would be hurt.
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