Sunday, August 3, 2008 10:53
weighs fratricide to sell war on Iran Prominent journalist Seymour Hersh exposes details
of a plan considered by US Vice President Dick Cheney on how to provoke
war with Iran.
charged in Logan scare A college student was in court Thursday after
he caused a 3 hour delay on a Delta flight by slapping a 9/11 conspiracy
sticker in the bathroom before running off the plane just before takeoff
Scientist's Quiet Life Took a Darker Turn For most of his career, he was a casting
agent's vision of a bench scientist: shy, eccentric, nerdy, soft-spoken.
But sometime this spring, with the FBI closing in on him, Bruce E. Ivins's
life took a dark turn that frightened his closest friends.
Seen as 'Not Fit' for Terror Osama bin Laden's former driver was a "primitive"
chauffeur and mechanic who "was not fit to plan or execute"
terrorist attacks, the self-described mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001,
attacks told jurors in writing Friday at the driver's military trial.
has crude oil got to do with gold prices?
Crude oil prices in recent times threatened to breach the $150 per barrel
mark, and later fell to $123 levels, clocking an appreciation of almost
30% in the year. In fact, higher oil prices have been sending shivers
down the stock markets worldwide, as if the recent global financial
crisis was not enough to unnerve them.