Last Updated: Tuesday, September 2, 2008 20:36 GMT
McCain Attempting To Win Backing Of Ron Paul?
Plaudits for the relative restraint of Denver police during last week's Democratic National Convention are not set to be repeated at the RNC, as cops signaled their intent by arresting an AP photographer as well as Democracy Now host Amy Goodman simply for documenting protests in downtown St. Paul.

Raiding Democracy in St. Paul
In the months leading up to the Republican National Convention, the FBI-led Minneapolis Joint Terrorist Task Force actively recruited people to infiltrate vegan groups and other leftist organizations and report back about their activities.

Air Force Officials Boast that Laser Will Allow US to Carry Out Attacks With Plausible Deniability

U.S. forecaster sees four September hurricanes
"Well above-average" Atlantic hurricane activity is expected in September with four hurricanes, including two that will become major storms, the noted Colorado State University research team said on Tuesday.

UK recession this year, OECD says

Cops Arrest AP Photographer, Broadcaster At Start Of RNC
Plaudits for the relative restraint of Denver police during last week's Democratic National Convention are not set to be repeated at the RNC, as cops signaled their intent by arresting an AP photographer as well as Democracy Now host Amy Goodman simply for documenting protests in downtown St. Paul.

Protesters, police clash in front of RNC
Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman Released After Illegal Arrest at RNC

McCain forgets the name of his VP pick
John McCain has to read Sarah Palin's name from a cue card when announcing his VP pick to the world.

US election: Palin under intense scrutiny

Moscow pyramid gives out good vibrations
A new age healing trend, which has its foundations in ancient Egypt, is springing up in Russia. Visitors are flocking to a fibreglass pyramid in the Moscow region to absorb what its architect claims is positive energy. He says the magic construction even makes criminals more humane.

Afghans protest deaths of civilian children
Military operations led by the United States in Afghanistan are being blamed for an increasing number of civilian deaths. These accusations have been called into question, and NATO recently claimed that Taliban supporters are planning to spread false stories of civilian deaths in southern Afghanistan.

'Environmental volunteers' will be encouraged to spy on their neighbours
Councils are recruiting residents to report anyone who drops litter, fails to recycle their rubbish properly, or who allows their dog to foul the streets.

EU lawmakers open battle against sheep, goat tags

Does Memory Reside Outside the Brain?
After decades of investigation, scientists are still unable to explain why no part of the brain seems responsible for storing memories.

Putin warns against NATO navy boost
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin warns that the country is to respond to the presence of the NATO naval forces in the Black Sea.

Ukraine, NATO start military drills in Poland
Biden denies 'nuclear' Iran comment

Revealed: The serious health concerns about the cervical cancer jab
The pink leaflets are ready, the posters are poised to go up and the advertising slots have been booked both on kids and primetime TV and radio.

Cancer Vaccine Linked to Pancreatitis

Russian bombers again cloud skies in Europe's far north
In scenes reminiscent of the Cold War, Russian bombers have returned to the skies in Europe's far north after years of absence, putting NATO's jet fighters on alert once again.

Will a Russo-American Nuclear War Happen (Soon)?
The Georgia Crisis Turns Dangerous
Georgia’s influence peddlers in Washington
Georgia admits dropping cluster bombs
Cheney starts four-nation tour in support of Georgia, Ukraine

Dollar Bears' Mea Culpa Makes Bernanke No Liability
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke has gone from a dollar liability to an asset, sparking a rally that even bears say shows few signs of ending.

Gold strikes 2-week low on oil

Oil Falls as Companies Prepare to Resume Output After Hurricane
Crude oil fell to a five-month low below $106 as oil companies prepared to resume production from rigs closed by Hurricane Gustav.

Strange Clouds Spotted at the Edge of Space
A weirdly wonderful sight appeared to astronauts aboard the International Space Station this summer — thin blue clouds hovering at the boundary between Earth's atmosphere and the void.

Dullest August in Britain since 1929



Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer



Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"



Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket



Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The state wants your children.

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