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Michael Scheuer Couldn’t Take Down Osama Bin Laden

'We formulated operations and submitted them for approval but they would not approve any of them,' Scheuer. 'If we had been able to deal a serious economic blow it could have been a show-stopper.'

Sarah Palin’s Gettysburg Stop

A reporter asked about her plans, 'I don't know, I honestly don't know. It's still a matter of considering much, there truly is a lot to consider before you throw your name out there in the name of service because it's so all consuming.'

Hackers Post Log-In Information From PBS

Online hackers, The Lulz Boat, stole into the PBS web site and posted a story that the rapper Tupac Shakur who has been dead for almost 15 years is alive and living in New Zealand.

The Justice Department Ready To Indict John Edwards

The investigation is centered on two wealthy donors, Rachel Mellon and Fred Baron, who the government alleges spent hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to keep the affair secret.

Twitter Purchases Tweetdeck

A management stir-up, with co-founder Ev Williams out and Jack Dorsey back as head of product, the company is focusing on building/owning Twitter's most compelling features and interfaces.

Newt Gingrich On The Defense

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was on the defense yesterday, trying to stop negative news stories extending from his comments on Medicare and health care.

Stop American Aid To Pakistan- Congressman Dana Rohrabacher

Pakistan has received over $18 billion in United States aid since 2001 per Rohrabacher.

Lawsuit Over ‘Elly May Barbie’

The suit states that a photo of Douglas in character as Elly May is used in the packaging, and Mattel makes claims in its promotional material that the doll 'captures the essence of the classic '60s TV character and show.'

Take Down Osama bin Laden in a Video Game

KumaWar Episode 107- Osama 2011, the latest in a series of free online games based on anti-terror themes. The game gives players the chance to lead the team that took down bin Laden.

Sony Hired Investigators To Catch Hackers Behind Security Breach

Sony hired investigators to catch the hackers behind a security breach that exposed the personal data of more than 100 million video game users.

Controversy Over Osama Bin Laden’s Corpse

The White House has DNA evidence and photographs proving that Osama Bin Laden is dead, and is deciding whether to release them, along with video of Bin Laden's burial at sea.

US Warns Citizens in The US and Abroad to Be Alert...

U.S. citizens in areas where recent events could trigger anti-American violence are urged to limit their travel outside of their homes, hotels, and avoid big gatherings or demonstrations.

Teacher’s Naked Walk Due to Third Eye

Porter received for showing his third eye, last Friday afternoon at the B.C. Haynie Elementary School, a booking into the Clayton County Jail on a misdemeanor charge and released after posting $2000 bond.

Sony’s Illegal Intrusion

Tuesday, gamers became irate as news of the data theft spread, questioned why it took Sony six days to reveal that personal information had been stolen.

State Department Travel Warning for Mexico

The State Department is asking Americans not to travel to the entire State of Tamaulipas because of drug cartel roadblocks or blockades.
Myanmar Pagoda. Image by Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay

Voluntary Departure Order Lifted

Defense Department agrees with the State Department's determination that Japan doesn't pose significant risk to United States citizens.

Winklevoss Twins Lose Facebook Appeal

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, twins, lost an appeal against an earlier settlement with Facebook which gave them $20 million in cash and $45 million in Facebook shares.

Last Hour Budget Discussions

Last hour budget discussions avoided a partial government shut-down and President Barack Obama will lay out his plan for long-term deficit reduction demanded by conservatives this week.

Carl Littlefield Ducks Senate Panel

The governor asserts that he's only trying to bridge wide holes such as the estimated $174 million deficit at the Agency for Persons with Disabilities.

The State Department’s Lebanon Travel Warning

Tensions have ballooned in advance of an indictment by a United Nations tribunal investigating the killing of former Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri. It could implicate members of the Shiite Hezbollah movement and lead to an outbreak of violence, acco