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Man Tasered In Hospital Bed, Forced To Give Urine Sample

A police officer twice used a Taser stun device on a drug suspect who was restrained to a hospital bed because the man refused to give a urine sample to medical staff, authorities said.

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Applied Digital posts 2004 loss of $17.3 million

Delray Beach-based Applied Digital Solutions Inc. on Tuesday reported a net loss of $17.3 million, or 34 cents a share, for 2004, compared with a profit of $3.1 million, or 9 cents a share, for the previous year.

Giuliana Sgrena and Eason Jordan: US troops did target journalists!

The accusation of US military attacks on journalists is not a new one. And the forgetful corporate media would be well advised to reconsider the pillorying of Eason Jordan just mere weeks earlier.

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Iran Reports US Aircraft Over Nuke Sites

Iran has reported flights by U.S. military aircraft over nuclear facilities near the borders with Afghanistan and Iraq.

Rumsfeld dines with Fox News CEO, Wall Street Journal editor, William Safire

Roll Call’s Mary Ann Akers will reveal Thursday that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dined earlier this week with Fox News CEO Roger Ailes and Sen. John Thune, the man who took out former Democratic Minority Leader Sen. Tom Daschle, RAW STORY has learned.

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