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The State Department Warning For Syria

The United States on Thursday advised its citizens to shun non-essential travel to Syria, and urged those already in Syria to consider leaving the country as soon as possible due to the violent un-rest in the Arab nation.

Cell Phones Watch Your Every Move

Deutsche Telekom recorded and saved his longitude and latitude coordinates more than 35,000 times. It traced him from a train to Erlangen from the start until his last night, at home in Berlin.

Iodide Pills for Americans Living Near Nuclear Reactors

Markey explained that the battle to stop a suspected melt-down at a Japanese plant should spur the Obama administration to action.
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President Obama Talks Up Values in Libya Speech

Obama explained that America's security was not threatened, but the country's 'interests and values' were at risk. Critics complained that the United States should not use military intervention or 'police the world.'

Supreme Court Case Could Affect Most Businesses With Employees

If the class action passes, hundreds of thousands of women could join in the largest discrimination claim of its kind. Tens of billions of dollars or more in damages.

United States Radiation Levels Monitored By a Website

The website asserts to be the first where 'the average citizen or anyone in the world can see what radiation levels are anywhere in the United States at any time.'

Google’s Digital Library Rejected

The project is that of Larry Page, the Google co-founder who is to become its chief executive next month. It has lots of support inside the company, whose corporate mission is to organize all of the world's information.

Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey Sent Out The World’s First Tweet 5...

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey sent out the world's first Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey sent out the world's first Tweet, five years ago in 2006 on March 21st. It read: 'just setting up my twttr.' Today, it's used to archive lives, cultures an

Understanding State Department Travel Alerts

Tour companies are starting up trips to Egypt again while the State Department's travel warning is still in effect. In an attempt to re-start tourism business, tour operators will collect their own intelligence about whether it is safe to
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‘I Am Deeply Hurt By The Grievous Situation…’Japan’s Emperor

Japan's emperor, Akihito, expressed how 'deeply concerned' he was about the worsening situation at a stricken nuclear power plant, and called on people to work together to overcome the country's worst crisis since the second world war.

Crowley Suddenly Quits as State Department Spokesman

Crowley was asked by a small group at MIT last week about allegations that Manning is being tortured and his answer was, what is being done to Manning by Defense Department officials 'is ridiculous and counter-productive and stupid,'

Alcee Hastings Accused of Sexual Harassment

Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch president, during a news conference announced the lawsuit, stated the alleged harassment took place for more than two years, and ended in early 2010 when she left a staff job with a panel- the Helsinki Commission, based in
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Egypt’s New Government Expected To Be Tougher

Essam Sharaf, the newly appointed prime minister, disclosed his new cabinet while tensions heightened between pro-democracy protesters and the army in downtown Cairo.

Newt Gingrich’s Political Team Clarifies Former House Speaker’s Goals

Gingrich spokesman, Rick Tyler, circulated a statement to reporters Tuesday night contradicting Gaylord's statement.

Senate Democrats Respond To House Republicans’ Offer

One week before a possible government shut-down, Senate Democrats respond to an offer from House Republicans that would keep the government running for two more weeks while cutting $4 billion.

‘I Hate This Damn Job’- Sarah Palin as Alaska’s Governor

The manuscript opens with an account of Palin sending Bailey a message: 'I hate this damn job,' shortly before she resigned as Alaska's governor in July 2009, less than three years into her four-year term.

United Nations to Discuss Muammar Gaddafi’s Regulations in Libya

The country's second city has been the scene of described massacres in recent days. The death toll in Libya passed 250 on Monday after six days of unrest. The International Federation of Human Rights estimated the death toll at 300 to 400.

Congress Didn’t Agree on a Budget

A plan the House passed Friday cuts $61 billion and calls for huge cuts to education funding for New York: $36 million in special education funds, $466 million in college Pell grants, $30 million in aid to schools in low-income neighborhoods

‘The German Fritzl’ Goes on Trial for Charges of Incest

DNA tests revealed that the man was the father of at least 7 of Natalie's children. An eighth child, whom he may have fathered, is believed to have died according to a spokesman for the court in Koblenz.

Obsession Turns to Murder

Gelman had already fatally stabbed his stepfather, Bulchenko's mother and a pedestrian in a 28 hour killing spree- wounded 5 others.