PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"Despite no mention of victims, bodies or American targets, a jury speedily convicted Jose Padilla." -Andrew Cohen (Bonus: editorial)

FISA court orders the administration to respond to an ACLU challenge over warrantless surveillance.

* Meanwhile, the Sudan ignores sanctions against it.
* Our soldiers are routinely medically discharged, without disability or retirement benefits,
if it turns out they have genetic diseases.
* Falluja fears its uncertain future.
* The Explainer on how the Fed actually dumps money into the economy.
* Modernizing our embassies abroad has proven to be problematic, thanks to incompetence and corruption.
* Amnesty International officially supports women having access to abortions.
* Hope you don't need a passport or a visa any time soon.
* Houston oil trader (and Republican backer) pleads guilty in the oil-for-food scandal.
* Hastert's retirement is another blow for the House's Republican leadership.
* Trying to piece together Fred Thompson's policy positions. OK, we do know some things.
* Daily Show to actually have reports from Iraq.

Can we save the world's coral reefs?

Vox populi: Wikiscanner and the CIA.
Tags: 2007, news

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