January 31, 2011

WHO IS WAITING TO TAKE OVER IN EGYPT


A Who's Who in the Egyptian Crisis subsequent protests in neighboring Tunisia, Egyptians took to the street today for the seventh day of demonstrations. 


Angered over corruption, unemployment, scarcity and decades of political repression, protesters are calling for the upheaval of President Hosni Mubarak, an autocrat who took power in 1981. Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets, primarily in downtown Cairo, and dozens have been killed in clashes by means of the police. Organizers hope to assemble 1 million on the streets Tuesday in a show of anger that will force Mubarak to quit.


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NYC MAYOR CONDUCTS GUN-SALE STING IN ARIZONA


Weeks after the shooting in Tucson, seller at an Arizona gun show allowed surreptitiously investigators hired as a result of New York City to buy semiautomatic pistols even after they said they probably couldn't pass a background check, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday.


"After Tucson, you would think that people, for the most part at a gun show in Arizona, would have be much more careful in enforcing the law," he said. "That unfortunately in some cases wasn't the case."Bloomberg has authorized like sting operations around the country as part of a push for tougher federal laws to help keep guns off the streets of New York.
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EGYPT'S OPPOSITION CALLS FOR 1 MILLION ON STREETS


A coalition of opposition groups call for a million people to take to Cairo's streets Tuesday to demand the taking away of President Hosni Mubarak, the clearest sign yet that a unified management was emerging for Egypt's commanding but disparate protest movement.


In an apparent attempt to explain change, Mubarak named a new management Monday. But the lineup subjugated by regime stalwards was greeted with scorn by protesters camped out for the fourth day in the capital central Tahrir, of Liberation, Square. "We don't want life to go back to standard until Mubarak leaves," Israa Abdel-Fattah, a founders of the April 6 Group, a movement of young people pushing for reform.

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January 29, 2011

PENTAGON OUTLINES PLANS TO IMPLEMENT 'DON'T ASK' REPEAL


The Pentagon, releasing the first details of its plan to put into practice a new law that will allow gays to serve openly in the unarmed, said today it could begin training troops in February and could be certifiably ready to drop the "don't ask, don't tell" policy by the end of 2011.
 

Defense Secretary Robert Gates set Feb. 4 as the target for officials to deliver their plan to integrate gays into the militaryThat won't come about until 60 days after the president, Gates and Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, confirm that the military is ready to put into operation repeal without harming readiness, helpfulness, unit cohesion, and recruiting and retention.


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January 28, 2011

CAIRO SCENE OF VIOLENT CHAOS AS PROTESTS ESCALATE


Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters poured into the streets of Egypt Friday, stoning and confronting police who fired back with rubber bullets and tear gas in the most violent and chaotic scenes yet in the challenge to President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule. Even a Nobel Peace laureate was soaked by water cannon and forced to take refuge in a mosque.


Groups of thousands of protesters, some chanting "out, out, out," gathered at at least six venues in Cairo, a city of about 18 million people, and many of them were on the move marching toward major squares and across Nile bridges. Security officials said there were protests in at least 11 of the country's 28 provinces.

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MICHELLE OBAMA READY TO CAMPAIGN FOR HUSBAND, BUT SAYS 2012 ELECTION 'STILL FAR AWAY'


First lady Michelle Obama stands prepared to campaign for her husband's re-election, but says that's still a long way off and she's focusing on additional key issues. I mean, there's so much more to do here in the present," Obama told "Good Morning America" Robin Roberts in an fashionable interview that aired on the show today. "I focus on what's before me, right on the work that I can do today." 


"Whenever it's time to promotion and they tap me on the shoulder, I'll be right there. But until then, we've got some great initiatives," she said. "And I'm rolling up my sleeves to get that work done, and healthy cross that other bridge when we get there."

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January 27, 2011

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January 24, 2011

STATE OF THE UNION 'DATE NIGHT': LAWMAKERS COURT SEATING PARTNERS, SOME TO GO STAG


More Than 50 Lawmakers give your support to Udall Bipartisan Seating Plan for State of the Union “Who are you going with?" has become the most modern question asked of lawmakers on Capitol Hill, one day before a joint session of Congress convenes for President Obama's State of the combination address. 


Colorado Democratic Sen. Mark Udall's straightforward and largely symbolic proposal for colleagues to cantankerous the aisle and sit side-by-side Tuesday has cast the evening as something of a date night with many member of Congress courting the perfect partner and some promising to go stag.

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BOMBING AT MOSCOW AIRPORT CALLED TERRORIST ATTACK


Terrorists struck again in the heart of Russia, with a suicide bomber blow himself up Monday in Moscow's busiest airport and revolving its international arrivals terminal into a smoky, blood-spattered antechamber of dismembered bodies, screaming survivors and abandoned suitcases. At least 35 people were killed, including two British travelers.


No one claimed accountability for the blast at Domodedovo Airport that also wounded 180 people, even though Islamic militants in the southern Russian region of Chechnya have been blamed for preceding attacks in Moscow, including a double suicide bombing on the capital's subway arrangement in March 2010 that resulted in 40 deaths.

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DEADLY BLAST SHAKES MOSCOW'S BUSIEST AIRPORT


An explosion ripped during the international arrivals hall at Moscow's busiest airport on Monday, killing 35 people and hurtful about 130, officials said. The Russian president called it a terror attack.


The state RIA Novosti news agency, citing law enforcement sources, said the mid-afternoon explosion at Domodedovo Airport may have been caused by a suicide bomber.Amateur video posted on YouTube showed the incurable engulfed by smoke, with a pile of bodies in one section and other bodies sprinkled around the floor. Luggage lay strewn across the ground and there were several small fires. A dazed man in a suit pushed a baggage cart through the carnage.
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SOUTH KOREA TO SOON PROPOSE NUCLEAR TALKS WITH NORTH


South Korea will soon propose holding meeting with the North that could pave the way for a resumption of six-party negotiations aimed at conclusion Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions in return for aid, an official said on Monday.


The meeting, which would be a foremost breakthrough after a two-year suspension of the disarmament-for-aid process, will be proposed separately commencing high-level military talks connecting the rival Koreas. Last week the North accepted the South's terms for talks to try to defuse one of the worst crises on the peninsula since the 1950-53 Korean War.

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January 21, 2011

SOUTH KOREAN FORCES STAGE DARING HIGH-SEAS RESCUE


In a daring high-seas rescue, South Korean navy commandos today storm a freighter that's been held criminal for a week in the Arabian Sea, killing eight Somali pirates and freeing 21 crewmembers.


Five other pirates were captured. The ship's captain was shot in the stomach by the pirates, but he's anticipated to survive, South Korea said."Our special military stormed the hijacked Samho Jewelry earlier today and freed all hostages," Colonel Lee Bung-woo, a spokesman for South Korea's combined chiefs of staff, told The Guardian and other reporters in Seoul "During the operation, our forces killed some Somali pirates, and all of the hostages were confirmed alive."

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OBAMA SEEKS TO HIGHLIGHT ECONOMIC SUCCESSES


President Barack Obama needs to cast some light on economic victory stories in the shadows of a slow recovery. And he is looking to find some more.


On Friday, the president movements to Schenectady, N.Y., birthplace of the General Electric Co., to showcase a new GE deal through India and announce a restructured presidential advisory board to focal point on increasing employment and competitiveness.Obama is naming GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt as the head of a commission on Jobs and Competitiveness.The panel replaces Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, which had been chaired by former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker. Obama announced late Thursday that Volcker, as expected, was ending his occupancy on the panel.

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January 19, 2011

LASERS POINTED AT PLANES IN RECORD NUMBERS IN 2010, SAYS FAA


Government Says 2,800 Cases Reported; security Concern for Pilots, Passengers Over 2,800 cases of lasers life form pointed at airplane cockpits were reported in 2010, almost double the number reported in 2009, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.


Los Angeles International Airport had the the majority incidents in the country with 102 reports, and Chicago's O'Hare was a close subsequent with 98. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and San Jose International Airport both had 80. "This is a serious safety issue," said U.S. transport Secretary Ray LaHood in a statement. "Lasers can distract and harm pilots who are effective to get passengers safely to their destinations."


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WITH OBAMA, HU CONCEDES CHINA'S RIGHTS NEED HELP


In a rare concession on a highly responsive issue, Chinese President Hu Jintao used his White House appointment on Wednesday to acknowledge "a lot still needs to be done" to improve human rights in his population accused of repressing its people. President Barack Obama pushed China to adopt fundamental freedoms but assured Hu the U.S. considers the communist nation a friend and imperative economic partner


Hu's comments met with in need of attention skepticism from human rights advocates, who dismissed them as words backed by thumbs down real history of action. Hu contended his country has "made enormous progress" but provided no specifics.

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January 18, 2011

OBAMA APPROVAL MOVES AHEAD THOUGH CHALLENGES REMAIN


Obama's Job Approval Has Matched his uppermost in More Than a Year Aided by his response to the Tucson shootings, popular lame-duck legislation and a hint of economic relief, Barack Obama has corresponding his highest job approval rating in more than a year in the latest Post poll, with his ratings for empathy likewise rebounding.


 

It's a remarkable turnaround for a leader so recently hammered in the 2010 midterm elections. Yet the public's mood remainder glum, with attendant, continuing hazards for the president and Congress alike.


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SUICIDE BOMBER KILLS 42 POLICE RECRUITS IN IRAQ


A suicide bomber wearing a vest overflowing with explosives attacked Iraqi police recruits on Tuesday in former authoritarian Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit, killing at least 42 and wounding over 100, officials said.

 
Ahmed Abdul-Jabbar, deputy governor of Salahuddin prefecture said the attack took place outside a police recruiting center where Iraqi men were lining up hoping to get a job."Who moreover would it be but al Qaeda, who keep on slaughtering us," said Abdul-Jabbar. "They are the terrorists."Abdul-Jabbar put the death toll at 42. Raed Ibrahim, cranium of the health department in the province, said 45 were killed and more than 150 wounded, while Interior Ministry source in Baghdad said 50 people had died.


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January 13, 2011

MANY FACTORS KEY TO GIFFORDS' SURVIVAL, DOCS SAY


Few people who capture a bullet to the brain  just 10 percent  survive such a overwhelming wound.Yet doctors have reported the critically indignant woman has been making steady progress each day since she was offended last weekend.

  
Then Wednesday night, President Barack Obama made the dramatic declaration that the congresswoman had opened her eyes for the primary time. If all goes well, she might be "out of the woods" on Friday, said Dr.Peter Rhee, trauma chief at University therapeutic Center, who has treated soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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OBAMA CALLS FOR UNITY TO PREVAIL OVER DIVISIVE RHETORIC


Friends of the accused killer, Jared Lee Loughner, stay using the same words to guess at his reasons for gunning downward a congresswoman, several retirees and a nine-year-old girl in a Safeway parking lot. "He loves causing chaos," a former target-shooting buddy told one reporter. "Mainly to just encourage chaos," echoed another high school pal.


On Wednesday night President Obama addressed Loughner's alleged misdeed previous to a crowd of 14,000 in Tucson, Arizona. The speech was watched by millions of Americans, whose primetime network reality dramas had been preempted by a jarring certainty far more consequential. In the living rooms of the nation, the president's message boiled down to this: Loughner had failed.


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January 12, 2011

AP-GFK POLL: OBAMA, GOP IMPROVE THEIR STANDING


Americans give higher inscription to President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans after a public holiday season of compromise paid dividends for both, according to the latest Associated Press-GfK poll.


At the start of the divided government era, the inspection found that 53 percent of Americans commend of how Obama is doing his job, his best numbers since the divisive health care vote 10 months ago.And, compare with just after the November elections, more now express confidence with the intention of Obama and the new Republican-controlled House can work together to solve the country's most urgent problems, chief among them the struggling economy.

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AUSTRALIA FLOODS INUNDATE BRISBANE, 43 MISSING


Australia Massive floods shut down the center of Australia's third-largest city, sent thousands fleeing beginning their homes and sparked panic buying of food on Wednesday as rescuers searched for 43 people lost in floodwaters


Australia's biggest floods in a century have so far killed 16 people given that starting their onslaught across northern mining state Queensland last month, crippling the coking coal industry, destroying communications putting a brake on the financial system and sending the local currency to four-week lows.The flood surge is expected to peak in Brisbane, a riverside city of two million community before sunrise on Thursday and last for days.

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January 10, 2011

27 DEATHS, INCLUDING 14 DECAPITATED, ROCK ACAPULCO


The image of this beach mecca has taken a innovative hit from Mexico's drug violence, with 27 people killed in less than a day, together with 14 men whose bodies were found with their heads chopped off at a shopping center.


Acapulco has seen fierce turf wars connecting drug gangs, and the bloodshed is scaring some vacationer away even though little of the bloodshed happens in tourist areas. The decapitation slayings and nearly everyone of the other killings that occurred in a widen of just a few hours from Friday night into Saturday also occur in non-tourism areas. But two police officers were shot to death on a major bayside avenue in front of visitors and locals.


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AUTHORITIES CHARGE MAN, 22, WITH ASSASSINATION TRY


The discoveries at his home in southern Arizona, however, provided few answer to a shocked nation, from the victims of Saturday's shooting rampage to lawmakers worried about their safety What motivate the rampage outside a supermarket that killed six and injured 14.

 

Giffords, 40, lay in care at a Tucson hospital, after being shot in the head at close range. Doctors said she had responded repeatedly to commands to stick out her two fingers, giving them hope she may survive. Court papers filed with the charge against Jared Loughner  said he had previous contact with the Democratic lawmaker. The documents said he had received a letter from Giffords in which she thank him for attending a "Congress on your Corner" event at a mall in Tucson in 2007.

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January 8, 2011

NORTH KOREA AGAIN PROPOSES TALKS WITH SOUTH KOREA


South Korea North Korea reiterated Saturday a suggestion for unconditional talks with South Korea to ease tension on the separated peninsula. The latest offer comes days after South Korea dismissed earlier calls by the North for negotiations.
 

Tensions between the two sides escalate after a North Korean artillery torrent on a South Korean-held island near their disputed maritime border killed four South Koreans in November. The attack the first on a inhabitant area since the 1950-53 Korean War occurred in waters not far from where a North Korean torpedo allegedly brought down a South Korean warship eight months before That attack killed 46 sailors. North Korea has denied responsibility.
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REPORT: US TO INCREASE HELP FOR PAKISTAN


President Barack Obama's administration is preparation to send more help to Pakistan amid complaints starting government officials there that the United States doesn't understand their security priorities or present enough help, The Washington Post reports.

 
According to the plan, decided on in last month's White House Afghanistan war evaluation the U.S. will offer more military, cleverness and economic support to Pakistan, the newspaper reported online late Friday. The Obama administration also strategy to intensify efforts to forge a regional peace despite frustration that Pakistani officials aren't doing enough to brawl terrorist groups in the country's vast tribal areas, it said.

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January 6, 2011

VANG PAO, HMONG GUERRILLA LEADER, DIES IN CALIF.

Vang Pao, a revered former broad-spectrum in the Royal Army of Laos who led thousands of Hmong guerrillas in a CIA-backed secret army during the Vietnam War, has died. He was 81.


After immigrating to the United States once the communists apprehended power in Laos in 1975, Vang Pao was recognized as a leader and a father figure by the large Hmong refugee populations who resettled in California's Central Valley, Minneapolis and city throughout Wisconsin.Xang Vang, the general's chief translator who fought by his side, said Vang Pao died Thursday night subsequent a battle with pneumonia, which he caught while traveling in central California to preside over two Hmong New Year celebrations.

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JIM MCCULLAR CLAIMS MEGA MILLIONS


Jim McCullar kissed his wife, Carolyn, as he claim his $190 million share of the Mega Millions lottery, part of the large size jackpot in the history of the U.S. lottery.


"I think $190 million is pretty good for this little, old Mississippi boy," Jim McCullar said. "People comprise been good to me all my life. It's called pay it forward."MCuller, 68, and his wife live in Ephrata, Wash., a town of fewer than 7,000 people, where he workings as a real estate agent. McCullar is one of two people who selected the correct numbers to earn a share of a $380 million Mega Millions bonanza. The other champion from Idaho, has not contacted lottery officials.

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REPORT LINKING VACCINE TO AUTISM 'FRAUDULENT,' SAYS BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL

Evidence published a decade ago, giving birth to the belief of a connection between vaccines and autism, has been deem outright "fraudulent," according to an viewpoint published Wednesday in the British Medical Journal.


Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a former British surgeon, available research in 1998 that seemed to establish a link between vaccines and autism. But authors of the editorial confirmed previous suggestion that Wakefield skewed patients' medical records to support his hypothesis that the widely-used measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) combination vaccine was causing autism and touchy bowel disease.

January 4, 2011

AUSTRALIAN CITY CUT OFF BY FLOODS BRACES FOR MORE


More than a week of pulsation rains has left much of northeastern Australia under a sea of muddy water that is making its way throughout river systems toward the ocean.


The swollen Fitzroy River was expected to reach the second-highest level on evidence Wednesday in the largest affected community of Rockhampton before finally beginning to subside. Local medium reports have said that 400 homes may be inundated, and the river could remain above inundation levels for at least a week.The Fitzroy has already spilled over its banks, inundating houses and businesses in Rockhampton in waters covering the city streets ranging from a few inches (centimeters) to waist-deep. Up to 500 people who live beside the river have evacuate their homes. Air and rail links to the city of 75,000 people were cut and only one main road remained open.


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HOUSE GOP CHALLENGES OBAMA TO JOIN THEM


On the brink of power, House Republicans challenge President Barack Obama on Tuesday to join them in a constrain to cut federal spending, ban earmark for favored projects and overhaul the nation's tax code.


At the same time, incoming House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., conceded the new GOP majority intends to get around its own new rules when it votes next week to wipe out the health care commandment approved by Democrats in 2010."We just need to repeal it," Cantor said of the effort to fulfill one of the party's main promotion promises from last fall.

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January 3, 2011

OBAMA CONSIDERS J.P. MORGAN'S DALEY AS SENIOR AIDE


President Barack Obama is considering tapping J.P. Morgan Chase executive William Daley for a senior role in the White House, probably chief of staff, a person familiar with the material said on Monday.


Daley is also a former commerce escritoire If he were chosen, the move would help satisfy a clamor in the business community to have greater demonstration for private industry within the administration. The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, cautioned that no decision has been made. Obama, on the last leg of his Hawaiian vacation, has been considering an array of conscription decisions during his break.

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USS ENTERPRISE CAPT. OWEN HONORS TEMPORARILY RELIEVED OF DUTY


The U.S. Navy will temporarily relieve Capt. Owen Honors of his post throughout investigation of the series of explicit videos he is said to have produced when he was second in authority of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, sources tell ABC News.


Capt. Honors is under investigation for a series of raunchy videos in which he appeared from 2006 to 2007. The videos feature a series of skits that aimed to provide some humor during the long consumption at sea. At the time the videos were produced, the Enterprise was operating in maintain of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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January 2, 2011

GEORGE CLOONEY HOPES SATELLITES WILL SHED LIGHT ON SUDAN


Actor and activist George Clooney said today he hope that technology can bring public concentration to the border region of Sudan and thwart potential violence and even genocide after a critical referendum there next week.

In an exclusive interview this morning on "This Week with Christiane Amanpour," Clooney discussed the goals of the newly launched settlement Sentinel Project, a joint effort backed by the United Nations, Google and human human rights groups to have satellites monitor the border between Sudan's northern and southern region. Southern Sudan will vote Jan. 9 on whether to fracture away from the northern part of the country, which has been wracked with hostility in the past decade.