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Fighting with Russia spreads to cities across Georgia
Bombs rocked Tbilisi early Saturday morning as the fight between Georgia and Russia over a breakaway region intensified and moved into the Georgian capital.

Shelling of South Ossetia capital stopped
We are at war with Russia, declares Georgian leader
Putin: War has started
Georgia disputes control of South Ossetian capital
Global Politics Add Oxygen to a Smoldering Dispute

Maryland troopers spied on activist groups: Protesters added to database of terrorist suspects
Undercover Maryland state troopers infiltrated three groups advocating peace and protesting the death penalty — attending meetings and sending reports on their activities to U.S. intelligence and military agencies, according to documents released Thursday.

F.B.I. Says It Obtained Reporters’ Phone Records
Plan to put Tasers in Uniontown schools gets mixed reviews

Tape: Top CIA official confesses order to forge Iraq-9/11 letter came on White House stationery
A forged letter linking Saddam Hussein to the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks was ordered on White House stationery and probably came from the office of Vice President Dick Cheney, according to a new transcript of a conversation with the Central Intelligence Agency's former Deputy Chief of Clandestine Operations Robert Richer.

Kucinich Impeachment Effort Continues
Last week, Congressman Dennis Kucinich delivered a petition bearing more than 100,000 names to the Speaker of the House urging that impeachment proceedings begin into the conduct of President Bush. In a special video message, Dennis is asking for your help to deliver an even more powerful message to Congress when it reconvenes in September.

U.S. Attacks Russia Through Client State Georgia
Georgian forces, trained and equipped by the Pentagon and the U.S. government, killed 10 Russian peacekeepers early this morning in a provocation attack that has escalated into military conflict, but the subsequent corporate media coverage would have us believe that the U.S. and NATO-backed client state Georgia is a helpless victim, when in actual fact a far more nuanced geopolitical strategy is being played out.

Israel backs Georgia in Caspian Oil Pipeline Battle with Russia
Pentagon closely monitoring Georgia situation
Evidence of U.S. Military Presence in Georgia
McCain calls on Russia to withdraw from Georgia
Putin: Russia will strike Georgia back
Russia and Georgia on the brink of war as four planes are shot down and 15 civilians killed in South Ossetia fighting
Over 10 Russian troops killed in S.Ossetia: defence ministry
Russian tanks enter South Ossetia

US-led soldiers kill 5 Afghan civilians
US-led coalition soldiers have shot dead four Afghan women and a child in an operation aimed at capturing a wanted militant in central Afghanistan.

Greenspan Says Federal Company Would Best Ease Crisis
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the government should create a company like the Resolution Trust Corp. to sell off the assets of any failing financial institution, while limiting taxpayer losses.

US stocks surge on ‘watershed’ dollar jump

Chinese man kills relative of US Olympic coach in Beijing
A knife-wielding Chinese man has killed the relative of a coach for the U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team at a tourist site in Beijing.

Jersey abuse case: 'Old boy network' is obstructing police investigation
Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper angrily hit out at the figures who he says have engaged in a "day by day attack" on the inquiry team and the alleged victims of abuse at Haut de la Garenne and other island institutions.

UK train station bans ThinkProgress

Attorney: Ivins never knew he was 'the suspect'
As the government pegs the blame for the 2001 deadly attacks on one Army biologist, the attorney for scientist Bruce Ivins says his client never knew he was "the suspect" in the attacks.

Ivins Could Not Have Applied High-Tech Coating to the Killer Anthrax

Group Protests Army Recruitment Tool That Violates International Law
An anti-war group protested the offices of video game maker Ubisoft in San Francisco yesterday to bring attention to the company's ongoing work with the U.S. Army on "America's Army", a video game that has been developed specifically to increase the number of Army recruits.

Congressman Demands Investigation Of Army Recruitment Threats

Study Cautions Against Strike on Iran's Nuclear Facilities
A military strike against Iran's nuclear facilities would probably only delay the country's progress toward nuclear-weapons capability, according to a study that concludes that such an attack could backfire by strengthening Tehran's resolve to acquire the bomb.

Iran: West uses media to control world
Fierce clashes near Afghan border

Oil prices slide beneath $116
ude prices slumped below 116 dollars a barrel on Friday as the market shrugged off confirmation that separatist Kurdish rebels were behind a blast that has cut a strategic oil pipeline in Turkey.

Prince George's raid prompts call for probe
When the shooting stopped, two dogs lay dead. A mayor sat in his boxers, hands bound behind his back. His handcuffed mother-in-law was sprawled on the kitchen floor, lying beside the body of one of the family pets that police had killed before her eyes.

Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer

Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"

Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The state wants your children.


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