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Ohioans Could Be Arrested For Not Telling Police Their Name

Ohioans could be detained or arrested for not telling a police officer their name, address and age under an anti-terrorism bill up for a Senate committee vote Wednesday.

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Cameras eyeball streets in New Orleans for crime

The bulletproof cameras can monitor an eight-block area, communicate with the authorities and provide evidence in court. Police hope the system will catch crooks in the act and serve as a crime deterrent in a city long plagued by drugs and murders.

Fox News Analyst Bevelacqua calls Italian Journalist's Release 'Unfortunate'

Smith knew exactly what he was doing when he said "That was the hope" after Belevacqua said he was going to say something he was going to regret. This is pure sensationalism in the guise of patriotic pride.

It's more dangerous than ever! Erm...no it isn't.

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U.S. urges China to rethink Taiwan law

The Bush administration has labelled as "unhelpful" a Chinese law authorizing the use of military force to prevent Taiwan from formally declaring its independence and urged Beijing to reconsider the measure.

“Ramadi Madness” video shows U.S. troops abusing Iraqis

U.S. troops serving in the Iraqi city of Ramadi made a video of themselves kicking a gravely wounded Iraqi detainee in the face and trying to make the arm of a corpse wave, then called the film “Ramadi Madness”.

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