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Archives of: August 2010

August 31, 2010

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Predator B: Weapon or Waste?

Midnight in the Arizona desert. The skies are black, scorpions scamper across the tarmac and Border Patrol agents warn us this is rattlesnake season. But the reason for our visit to Fort Huachuca isn't about natural history. It's about a different, but equally dangerous species that calls the Sonoran Desert home - the Customs and Border Protection Predator B. Early Predators earned respect ... read more

Archives of: August 2010


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Dana Karni

August 31, 2010 4:11 PM

Jerusalem: American killed over a cigarette

Lance Wolf, a 60 year old American Jewish man was attacked in Jerusalem by two teenagers after allegedly refusing to give them a cigarette, he then lay bleeding for more than 50 minutes before any of the passersby called for help. The attack that has shocked many Israelis here happened almost two weeks ago and was caught on a CCTV camera: The teenagers 13 and 15 ... read more



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Ibrahim Hazboun

August 31, 2010 2:49 PM

Four Israelis Killed in the West Bank

Four Israelis were killed Tuesday after Palestinian gunmen opened fire on their vehicle while it was traveling in the West Bank. An Israeli Army spokesman said that among the passengers was a pregnant woman. The attack came only two days before Israel and the Palestinians are set to launch face to face peace negotiations in Washington. Analysts in Jerusalem believe that ... read more



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Conor Powell

August 31, 2010 9:25 AM

More U.S. Servicemen Killed in Latest Afghan Violence

KABUL- A string of deadly Taliban attacks across Afghanistan have killed 19 US service members since Saturday. The most recent deaths bring the total number of Americans killed in August to 55 – eleven shy of July’s gloomy record. Meanwhile, as the American death toll continues to mount, the top military commander in Afghanistan brushed aside the suggestion that the ... read more



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Svein Schwab

August 30, 2010 10:07 PM

Durbin on Mosque, Blago, Mid-Term Election

Chicago, IL US Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) comments about the proposed building of a mosque in New York City, former IL Governor Rod Blagojevich and the upcoming mid-term election. ... read more



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Pat Summers

August 30, 2010 9:55 PM

The Rocket: Emphatic In His Innocence

A determined Roger Clemens marched into a Washington DC federal courtroom Monday to make one point perfectly clear to everyone there -- he never used performance enhancing drugs during his Major League Baseball career. The 48-year-old ex-major leaguer, who arrived at the E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse nearly four hours before his scheduled arraignment to talk ... read more



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David Lee Miller

August 30, 2010 6:27 PM

NYC Mosque Developers Face Tax Trouble

Developers of the mosque and community center near Ground Zero in New York City face a growing financial burden. The New York Post first reported that 45 Park Place Partners owed $224,270.77 in back real estate taxes and penalties, and that debt is growing by the day.  The city charges an interest rate of 18 percent. The latest check of city records has upped the money ... read more



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Mike Tobin

August 30, 2010 5:09 PM

Mice, Maggots & Manure Tied to Egg Recalls

As U.S. regulators outline the details of what was found at the two massive egg farms at the heart of the salmonella recall, their assessment that the farms failed to “fully implement” measures to prevent contamination seems like an understatement. At the Wright County Egg farm, which produces eggs, and the Quality egg operation, which produces feed and pullets ... read more



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Malini Wilkes

August 30, 2010 3:47 PM

Biden in Iraq for Security Changeover Talks

[/caption] With the seven-year combat mission in Iraq coming to an end Tuesday, Vice President Biden has arrived in Baghdad to attend a changeover ceremony and to meet with Iraqi political leaders. He's expected to push them to form a new government, nearly six months after inconclusive elections.  There's widespread concern that the political instability will lead ... read more



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Ruth Ravve

August 30, 2010 3:35 PM

The Elvis Economy: Not All Heartbreak Hotel

While the economy has been "All shook up" in the past couple of years,  nobody seems to be checking into "The Heartbreak Hotel" anytime soon, because things are improving.  At least that's the way it seems, according to the Elvis indicator. Owners of shops that sell Elvis memorabilia say the King is back. During hard times people try to cut out non-essentials.  ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

August 30, 2010 1:22 PM

Iran Calls French First Lady a Prostitute

Iranian state media called France's first lady a "prostitute" on Monday for her support of an Iranian woman who faced death by stoning for adultery. After Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and other French personalities wrote an open letter, appealing to the Iranian regime to spare Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, the 43-year-old mother of two, and decrying the punishment of stoning, ... read more