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Hysteria: Mom's inquiry over 10-Yr-Old's Flight Simulator Program Promts Visit from State Trooper
The Register -- A mother's enquiry about buying Microsoft Flight Simulator for her ten-year-old son prompted a night-time visit to her home from a state trooper.

U.S. Reasserts Right to Declare Citizens to Be Enemy Combatants
NYT -- The Bush administration on Wednesday reasserted its broad authority to declare American citizens to be enemy combatants, and it suggested that the Supreme Court consider two prominent cases at the same time.

Biometric data on passports next year
London Telegraph -- The earliest that biometric data could routinely be included in British passports is the middle of next year, well after the American deadline of October this year.

Controlling You in Every Way They Can: Australia's Qantas May Ban Bathroom Lines
AP -- Australia's Qantas Airways said Wednesday that U.S. authorities are now banning passengers from gathering near restrooms and other places on flights to America

Bush Amnesty/Immigration

Home a safe haven for Mexican suspects
Washington Times -- Hundreds of Mexican citizens suspected of committing violent crimes in the United States have escaped justice by slipping across America's porous southern border into Mexico, which refuses to extradite suspects facing the death penalty or life imprisonment.

Catch-22 Seen in Immigration Plan
LA Times -- A limited supply of green cards may keep illegal migrants from applying for legal status under the White House's guest worker proposal.

Tell Your Representative To Oppose President Bush's Guestworker and Amnesty Proposal
FAIR -- January 7, 2004, President Bush announceed a sweeping guestworker and amnesty proposal designed, in his words, "to match any willing worker with any willing employer." He might as well have said, "American workers need not apply."

Bush: Let illegal aliens work in U.S.
Chicago Sun-Times -- Promoting a plan that could brighten his election year prospects with Hispanic voters, President Bush on Wednesday proposed legal status -- at least temporarily -- for millions of illegal immigrants working in the United States.

Bush Would Give Illegal Workers Broad New Rights
NYT -- 6 President Bush will propose a sweeping overhaul of the nation's immigration laws on Wednesday that could give legal status to millions of undocumented workers in the United States

World War III

China demands Taiwan president 'stop playing with Fire
AFP -- China cranked up the pressure on Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian demanding he "stop playing with fire" by pushing for independence and warning the peace and stability of the region were at stake.

MENL -- The U.S. Defense Department is said to be mulling a proposal to expand special operations forces and send them to destroy insurgency strongholds along the Lebanese-Syrian border.

US News

Bush Plans Major Space Announcement
Reuters -- Buoyed by a successful landing on Mars by a robot explorer, President Bush plans a major announcement on space policy next week that may lead to sending Americans back to the moon

Bush to Announce Missions to Mars, Moon
AP -- President Bush will announce plans next week to send Americans to Mars and establish a permanent human presence on the moon

Pentagon Cannot Track $2.3 trillion in transactions
CBS -- $2.3 trillion that's $8,000 for every man, woman and child in America. To understand how the Pentagon can lose track of trillions, consider the case of one military accountant who tried to find out what happened to a mere $300 million.

Bizarre: Cleaners are called in to clear court of 'voodoo dust'
london Telegraph -- An American lawyer has been convicted of money laundering after a trial disrupted by allegations that voodoo magic was being used to influence the outcome.

Pentagon auditors set to clear Halliburton
AP -- Pentagon auditors said on Wednesday they expected soon to receive documents from the Army that Halliburton paid fair prices for fuel brought into Iraq, squashing price-gouging allegations against Vice President Dick Cheney's former company.

State Dept. Worker Found Dead Outside Agency
FOX News -- State Department sources told The Washington Post that  John Kokal worked in a unit that dealt with intelligence and research. Sources said he handled classified documents regularly but was not involved in intelligence analysis.

Company Targets Teens With Hip-Hop Condoms
FOX News -- jimmie hat" is a hip-hop slang word for condom are slated to hit some store shelves Feb. 1 and are aimed at urban teens across the country. The company that produces the condoms says it's promoting safe sex, but critics decry the idea of marketing contraceptives directly to teens in a way that seems "hip." 

Cops Kick Butts to Keep Badge
FOX News -- The sheriff's department has been ordered to no longer hire deputies who smoke and the ban could extend to all offices of county government.

Doctor Performs Surgery Described As 'Human Torture'
NBC5-- The accusations against Dr. William E. Watkins include allowing an untrained office clerk to stitch up her mother's breast, accidentally cutting off a patient's earlobe during a face-lift and running a filthy operating area

US tech firms defend 'offshoring' -- technology companies have urged the country's Congress and the Bush administration not to impose new trade restrictions aimed at keeping US jobs from moving overseas.

EarthLink cutting another 1,300 jobs, outsourcing call center functions
AP - -EarthLink Inc. is cutting another 1,300 jobs, or 40 percent of its work force, and outsourcing the work of some of its call centers to other companies as part of a major restructuring that started a year ago.

They are afraid, very afraid
The Age -- is similar in other places I've visited in the United States. Fewer children walk to school, where there may be a private contract with the county sheriff's office for security. A friend remarked that it was almost always the sad result of an adverse incident: an intruder in a nearby school, for instance, or the Columbine shootings. Parents demand heightened security and schools, worried about lawsuits, respond.

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Terror Plot In Texas?
CBS News -- In the East Texas hamlet of Noonday -- known for onions, not anarchy -- federal agents arrested a common-law couple last April. They were hiding a weapons cache, including the makings of a sophisticated sodium cyanide bomb capable of killing thousands.

US extremists to be sentenced over bomb plot
london Guardian -- Three Americans are due to be sentenced next month for their involvement in a plot to explode a cyanide bomb capable of killing thousands of people, in a case that has served as a reminder that homegrown terrorism is still a menace in a country permanently braced for another attack from abroad.

'Expect al-Qaeda to attack regularly in 2004'
IOL -- Al-Qaeda is expected to launch attacks every three months in 2004, with growing threats from a number of smaller terrorist organisations, an international terrorist expert warned on Wednesday

US feared major aviation attack
BBC --
US Secretary for Homeland Security Tom Ridge has defended the disruption caused by the cancellation and delays to some transatlantic flights

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Al Bawaba : Saddam's presidential secretary ''dies'' in US custody
Al- Bawaba -- Unofficial Iraqi sources told Al Bawaba Wednesday that Abed Hamoud al-Tikriti, presidential secretary of former leader Saddam Hussein died two days ago while in US custody.

Saddam 'arrest' photo shown on internet
Ananova -- A photograph purporting to show Saddam Hussein being dragged from his squalid hide-out has been published on the internet.

Report: Saddam undergoes intense investigations in jail
Al Bawaba -- According to the source, the ousted Iraqi leader undergoes 12-hour investigations a day, by US officials, in his prison cell at the Radwaniyyah camp, located near the capital of Baghdad.

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Cryptosporidium : A Drinking Water Supply Problem 

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Several waterborne outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis have occurred over the past ten years in the United States and a great deal of concern has been raised about this organism and drinking water supplies.

E. coli 0157:H7 in drinking water -- US EPA


Fecal coliforms are bacteria that are associated with human or animal wastes.  They usually live in human or animal intestinal tracts, and their presence in drinking water is a strong indication of recent sewage or animal waste contamination. 

Prozac, other drugs detected in streams and their inhabitants


number of aquatic and amphibian species are being exposed to small amounts of everything from Prozac to perfume to birth control pills that make their way into U.S. rivers and streams.

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USA to "devour" unique Russian "UFOs
Pravda -- Earlier this week, western media released information that Russian Aviation Concern "EKIP", a subsidiary of "Saratov Aviation Factory," will become the main construction center for manufacturing robotic self-piloted flying objects "EKIP".

Court to FBI: No spying on in-car computers
CNet --
The FBI and other police agencies may not eavesdrop on conversations inside automobiles equipped with OnStar or similar dashboard computing systems, a federal appeals court ruled.

RFID: 'You know you want it' -- While 2003 was the year that saw the emergence of RFID, with household names such as WalMart jumping on the bandwagon, several retailers got cold feet and ditched the technology. Not so this year, say analysts big business is crying out for the technology and, more importantly, the tide of public opinion is set to turn as companies lure consumers with cold, hard cash.

Casino chips may pave way for tagged bank notes
ABC News online -- A radio frequency identification tag (RFID) in the chips will enable casinos to spot counterfeits and monitor the behaviour of gamblers, allowing them to check that big winners are not cheating the house

New World Order

IMF Researchers: US Budget Gaps Endanger Global Economy
Yahoo -- Economists at the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday expressed alarm at growing U.S. budget deficits, saying continued deficits could hurt the global economy by roiling currency markets and driving up interest rates. Economists at the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday expressed alarm at growing U.S. budget deficits, saying continued deficits could hurt the global economy by roiling currency markets and driving up interest rates.

Blair: I'll take Britain into euro by 2007
London Independent -- Tony Blair has set a target of 2007 to take Britain into the euro, and wants the Government to agree to a public pledge to secure membership by that date.

World News

Canada: Bar owners demand compensation if province goes ahead with smoking ban -- Ontario's bar and pub owners are asking for $500 million in compensation from the provincial government if a provincewide smoking ban is put in place.

Cannibal reveals man-eater network -- From Austria to the US, willing victims going by names such as Hansel and Gretel queued up to be eaten by or at least exchange butchering details with the 42-year-old former soldier.

China Announces Second Suspected SARS Case
PA -- A waitress in hospital in China's southern city of Guangzhou was today was declared the country's second suspected Sars case of the season, the government announced.

Iraq Aftermath/War on Terror News
The weapons that weren't
St. Louis Today -- U.S. investigators have closed their files on Iraq's chemical and nuclear program. Military forces assigned to the Iraq Survey Group are being diverted to other tasks. And David Kay, head of the Survey Group, is reportedly considering resigning.

White House 'distorted' Iraq threat
Financial Times -- Bush administration officials "systematically misrepresented" the threat from Iraq's weapons of mass destruction in the run-up to war, according to a new report to be published on Thursday by a respected Washington think-tank.

US withdraws 400 weapon hunters from Iraq
NYT -- The Bush administration has quietly withdrawn from Iraq a 400-member military team whose job was to scour the country for military equipment, according to senior government officials.

U.S. Copter Goes Down in Iraq, Killing 9
AP -- A U.S. Black Hawk medivac helicopter crashed Thursday near a stronghold of the anti-American insurgency, killing all nine soldiers aboard, the U.S. military said.

Iraq Mortar Attack Wounds 35 U.S. Soldiers
AP -- Anti-American insurgents fired mortar rounds at a U.S. military camp Wednesday night, wounding 35 U.S. soldiers, the U.S. command said.

Rumsfeld denies playing politics with war on terrorism medal
AFP -- US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Tuesday denied that politics played a role in a controversial decision to not award troops separate campaign medals for service in Iraq or in Afghanistan but instead to have a single decoration for the global war on terrorism.

Science and Health

Scientists Seek To Clone 'Mad Cow' Resistant Cattle
Local 6 -- Scientists at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech are trying to clone cattle that are genetically incapable of developing mad cow disease, according to a report.TARGETED SMART DUST

USCD -- NANOSTRUCTURED "SMART DUST" CHEMICAL SENSORS. The objective of this effort is to construct sensors for chemical or biological molecules that use no power, are the size of dust particles, and can be probed at a remote distance using visible or infrared laser scanner technology.

Virtual cash exchange goes live
BBC -- Online games now have their own foreign exchange that lets players buy and sell different virtual currencies just like in the real world.

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