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Stop Presidential Dictatorship: American Liberty at the Precipice, NYT Editorial
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News Roundup

Must do list: Congress must take forceful steps to undo Bush/Cheney damage, Ed
The Iran-Qaeda scandal: rock-solid grounds to impeach and prosecute Dick Cheney, Carmichael
Sects slice up Iraq as US troops 'surge' misfires, Beaumont
Politics: Rice Picks Neo-Con Champion of Iraq War as Counselor , Lobe
Bush administration selects America's first new nuclear warhead in two decades, BBC
Bush Nuclear Warhead Plan Draws Opposition , Walter Pincus
Stock markets face uncertain week, BBC
Surprise fall in US consumer data, BBC
Without health benefits, the middle class American dream is a nightmare, Pear
Bush's big green fuel lie about ethanol-- pollution, deforestation disasters, Howden
Cherokees exclude slaves descendants from the 22 billion dollar casino pie, Reid
First Ladies in the White House: when in doubt, go Stepford retro, Wood
Intellectual property? Washinton Madam threatens to sell phone numbers, Goldenberg
Tight Security During Bush Visit to Brazil, Prensa Latina
Briefing Bush on Brazil the CIA Way, Brazzil
Would Israel Attack Iran? Depends on Who You Ask, Dan Williams
Israel: Women's average salary in 2005 was less than half of that of men, Eynav Ben Yehuda
Americans fail to understand that Saudis have plans of their own for Mideast, Zalman Shoval
Specials: Katrina II, Justice Politicized, Bush Mismanagement, Prez Dispensers, Pak Attack, New Standard, Bush Watch compilations

AFP - Wire stories

Nine Afghan civilians 'killed by US strike'
Baghdad book market bombing kills 26
UN atomic agency opens meeting on Iran, North Korea
US, North Korea begin thaw in relations
Troops pour into Shiite bastion in Baghdad
Global markets extend dive
China's economy to race ahead despite lower growth target

Democracy Now!

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Ashcroft may be playing both sides in an antitrust case
Group may not co-sponsor CPAC 2008 if Coulter's back
Salon: State Dept. promotion of neocon an Iran war signal
Report: Attack could speed up Iran's nuclear program
US soldier 'censors, threatens' AP photographer
US pressed Germany not to issue CIA warrants: report
GOP congressmen are implicated in US attorney firings
Top GOP candidates rebuke Coulter

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Special: Katrina, II

Bush tries to stem furore over solders' hospital , Gumbel
Vet Affairs Sec, Nicholson: Bushian betrayer of our troops or caring chief?, Clemetson
Veterans: Shame, then rage, Editorial
Democrats fume over Walter Reed scandal, Noam N. Levey
Senators seek inquiry into Walter Reed scandal, TNS
Squalor of the vets' hospital shocks US as Admin. goes into damage control, Baxter

Special: Politicizing Justice

White House Backed U.S. Attorney Firings, Officials Say , John Solomon and Dan Eggen
GOP weasel Sen. Domenici now says he did call prosecutor but not to threaten or pressure, Johnston
Bush Family's Prosecutor Games, Parry

Special: Bush Gvt. Mismanagement

On war costs, Bush is master of disguise, Abercrombie
Private Army? Halliburton-KBR could be docked $400 million by U.S., Price
N.O. asks whopping $77 billion in claim to corps, Krupa

Special: Prez Dispensers

Poisoned chalice of Bush's legacy may be deciding factor in race to White House, Palmer
Why Hillary, Obama, Edwards, Romney and Schwarzenegger Don't Support Single-Payer Healthcare, CCR
Giuliani Has No Real Chance With GOP Voters . . . or Does He? , Dan Balz
Candidates' stories tell us what we've become, Carroll
Rudy can't fail... can he? Ex-mayor Koch calls him Pinochet and Caligula, Pilkington
Internet's role in 2008 will clash with the kingmakers' agenda, Younge
Obama eats into Hillary's lead and is ahead with black voters, Pilkington
Clintons and Obama unite in pleas to blacks, Healy and Zeleny
Clinton looks on, as Obama gets the larger congregation in Selma, Usborne
Gen. Wesley Clark Weighs Presidential Bid: "I Think About It Everyday", DN
Giuliani Emerges as GOP's Front Runner, Douglas

Special: U.S. Pak Attack

'U.S. forces can pursue militants crossing into Pakistan', The Hindu
US has no authority to cross border: Pak, The Times of India
Pressure on Bush to hit Pak terror camps, The Times of India
US goes public with hot pursuit in Pak, The Times of India
Iran fences border with Pakistan, The Hindu

Today's Alternative Special

The New Standard

Firm with Suspect Ties Monitors Chemical Industry for Govt., Tady
Climate-Change Victims Chip Away U.S. Procrastination, Tady


United States

New York Times

Taking genocide to court: one measure to curb those tempted to unleash future genocides , Ed
Governor Gunslinger: not quite high noon yet in Albany, Ed
Malaria pills without profit: a welcome hint of humanity/decency from Big Pharma, Ed
Afghanistan enmeshed in war for 25 years; they need this amnesty law, May
We eat horses, don't we?, Weil
Profitable sex offender centers have no idea how to rehabilitate these people, Goodnough and Davey
A creature of the corporate boardroom, Bruce Gordon couldn't hack the NAACP, Hernandez
Death-eating county attorney in Arizona just can't get enough of the death penalty, Steinhauer
Maliki condemns Brit/Iraqi raid on torture den rather than the torture they discovered, Semple
In Guatemala, officers' killings echo dirty war, McKinley
Bushian darksider Negroponte tells Beijing to be more 'transparent' on arms buildup, Yardley and Lague
16 Afghans die in the road as US troops open fire on civilians, Gall
Saudi King Abdullah meets Iran's Ahmadinejad: ultimate impact unknown, Fattah
Border or no border, there is no separating Tijuana from San Diego, Lacey
US to offer N. Korea face-saving plan: we're too busy to attack them at the moment, Sanger
Both left and right attempt to appropriate political lessons of '300', Cieply

Washington Post

Bush Shows New Willingness to Reverse Course , Peter Baker
Sunni Insurgents Ascendant in Iraq's Caldron of Violence , Sudarsan Raghavan
Arrest in Pakistan Spurs Hope of Stronger Effort , Griff Witte and Kamran Khan
Haiti's Lost Boys , Manuel Roig-Franzia
Defense Secretary Sends Stern Message About Accountability , Thomas E. Ricks and Ann Scott Tyson
FDA Rules Override Warnings About Drug , Rick Weiss
The Power Player , Robert G. Kaiser


Where does Al Qaeda stand now?, Peter Grier
Marigolds make way for marijuana in suburbia, Patrik Jonsson
Behind placid Great Hall, real debate at China's annual congress, Peter Ford
Chavez's oil largesse winning fans abroad, Rice-Oxley
Pakistan walks fine line with capture of high-level Taliban leader, David Montero

Boston Globe

Dethroning King Coal, ED

Chicago Tribune

26 killed in Baghdad, Frayer

Los Angeles Times

How to stop genocide in Iraq, Samantha Power
8 Afghans die after attack on U.S. convoy, Shafiqullah Azimi
Italy seeks 'justice' in Iraq death, Reuters

San Francisco Chronicle

Afghanistan on the edge, Editorial
Sweet DVD Players In Hell, Mark Morford
Slimy (Cartoon), Mark Fiore
LAFAYETTE: Grim Update on War Tally, Jason Johnson

Seattle Post Intelligencer

Bush doesn't think father knows best, Helen Thomas
Free trade agreement between U.S. and South Korea is a lie, Suk Min Yoon
Car bomb kills 28 at Baghdad market, AP
U.S. troops deleted photos and video, journalists say, AP
Afghans say Marines opened fire on civilians, AP


Bush Chooses Diplomacy - for Now, Strobel
Bush Announces Plans to Investigate Veterans' Health Care, Hutcheson+Adams
Pelosi Calls to Improve Energy Efficiency at Capitol, Talev


Toronto Star



US troops kill Afghan civilians prompting thousands to protest, BBC
China demands US halt arms sale, BBC
Jump in Chinese defence spending, BBC
Iraqi car bomb kills 11 civilians, BBC
Iraq crackdown on Shia stronghold, BBC


UK's plans to cut CO2 doomed to fail - scientists say, Randerson
Freedom of the press? BBC gagged in honors investigation, Hencke
Pentagon's case weakens as Aussie charged after 5 years in Guantanamo, Goldenberg


How an insider trading scam was hatched in a New York oyster bar, Usborne
Israel hardens its peace terms ahead of Saudi Arab summit, MacIntyre
Selma Battle: Clinton and Obama chase black vote in Alabama, Cornwell
Drawbacks for all Repub candidates as Republican Era draws to a close, Editorial
Bin Laden at 50, Robert Fisk
A switch to biofuels will not save the planet-- Say goodbye to the forests, Editorial
US panic shooting leaves 16 civilians dead, 23 injured in Afghanistan, Sengupta

Times Online

A white woman and Kenyan son lay claim to King's legacy in Selma, Baldwin
America's mortgage home default woes spread toeven low risk borrowers, Bawden
Internet porn pop-ups cost this US teacher her job and her freedom, Reid

Sunday Herald

In search of the Taliban, Royle
Executions of Afghan government workers & alleged informers signal growing control of insurgents, IWPR
Spectre of fascism grows as neo-Nazis go on trial for burning Anne Frank's diary, Haape
Blairites fear Gordon Brown isn't capable of beating David Cameron, but can they ditch him?, Cusick


ABC, news

Latin America

Head of PAN won’t seek second term, El Universal
Inflation triggers steady peso dip, El Universal
Drug Mafia violence continues to spiral out of control, El Universal
It's the global economy, stupid, El Universal
Abortion debates continue in Nicaragua, the PAHO asks for fairness in health, nicanet
Nicaragua Seeks FTA with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Prensa Latina
Hondurans Flock to City Slums, Prensa Latina
Cuba’s War on Drugs, Periodico 26
Poor Residents of Capital Describe a State of Siege, HaitiAnlysis
Venezuela says US drug accord not needed, Caribbean NN
Heavy combat kills 18 in rural Colombia, Reuters
More support to Bolivia after Disasters, Prensa Latina

Upside-Down World


Der Spiegel

Climate Change Impact More Extensive than Thought, Mrasek
Refrigeration System for the Earth's Oceans Threatens to Break Down, Schmitt
Germany To Pull Out of Bosnia?, Agencies
Prodi's Blackmail Problem, Lindsey


Russia, U.S. in Talks to Replace START II Treaty -- Diplomat, MosNews
Top Russian Diplomat Criticizes U.S. Missile Defense Plan in Europe, MosNews
Israeli Officials Blast Russia for Planned Missile Deal With Syria, MosNews
Pro-Kremlin Strongman Kadyrov Approved as Chechen President, MosNews


Army Secretary Francis J. Harvey resigns, Pravda
Iran's Ahmadinejad makes rare visit to Saudi Arabia, Pravda
Czech Republic against deployment of USA's missile defense system, poll says, Pravda
Taiwan seeks purchase of US missiles, Pravda
Massive street riots turn Denmark's Copenhagen into wild messy city, AP

Inter Press Service

Energy: Major Oil Consumers Warm to Biofuels , Rizvi
Food-Cuba: Anxious About What to Eat , Grogg
Energy-US/Latin America: An OPEC for Ethanol? , Márquez
Canada: Peace Scholars See Shrinking Space for Dissent , Weinberg
Pakistan: NGOs Balk at Gov't Prescribed Code of Conduct , Ebrahim
Iraq: Outrage over Imminent Execution of Iraqi Women , Jamail+al-Fadhily

Radio Paris (WNN)

International Herald Tribune

Middle East


Home Front commander asks court to halt Comptroller's report on Lebanon war, Aluf Benn
Haniyeh: No unity government deal before end of next week, Avi Issacharoff
Iran intelligence official said missing, defected or Mossad and CIA-linked kidnapping, Yoav Stern
Poll: Barak, Ayalon lead Peretz in the Labor leadership primaries, Yossi Verter
Ben-Eliezer cancels Egypt visit amid row over 1967 war charges prisoners executed, agencies


British reports warns attack on Iran will likely backfire, Israel News
Maria doesn't know she'll never walk, Lilach Shoval

Al Jazeera

US troops kill 16 Afghan civilians after bomb attack: 'They opened fire on everybody', Agencies
Nato strike kills Afghan civilians, Agencies
Baghdad car bomb hits book market, Agencies
Algerian police killed in ambush, Agencies

Arab News

Outrage Over ‘Israeli Killing of Captured Egyptians’ in 67 war, Reuters
Kingdom to Support Any Arab Decision on Peace Plan: Saud, staff
Law to Protect UAE Domestic Workers, K.T. Abdurabb
US Forces Enter Sadr City in Big Security Push, Agencies
Coalition Forces Shell Pakistani Border Post, Agencies
Iraq War: Dishonest Rewriting of History, Geoffrey Wheatcroft



Who reads papers on the Net?, The Hindu
The growth ideology of the cancer cell, The Hindu
'Union budget disappointing for Muslims', The Hindu
Vidarbha crisis: The tale of three widows , India Together
Good budget, but worry for agriculture, Tehelka
Probe sought into attack on Dalit houses in Haryana village, The Hindu
Death by garbage dumping, The Hindu
The great garbage rush , India Together
Is Bt-based resistance collapsing?, India Together
Education: SSA's acclaim hides many failures, India Together
Villagers push for work benefits in Orissa , India Together
18 killed in NATO crossfire, Deccan Herald
Tehran-Riyadh talks to cover West Asia, The Hindu
‘Iran, Saudi alert to enemy’, Deccan Herald
US finalises design of new N-warheads, The Times of India
Impact of widening Panama canal, The Hindu
120 farmers end life in Maharashtra, AP in last few months: Govt, The Hindu
Seeds of distress, The Times of India
Budget 2007-08 is not child-friendly: Report, Deccan Herald
What about money for science?, The Hindu
A disappointing budget: The common man has been left high and dry, Kashmir Times
‘Change mindset against girl child’, Hindustan Times
Divide remains: No steps have been taken to address politics of hate, Deccan Herald
Indians good for cheap roadside garage?, The Times of India
Two-pronged strategy to stem flow of people to cities, Hindustan Times
Monsoon ‘breaks’ point to a dry future, Deccan Herald
LTTE stumped by Sri Lankan jets, Hindustan Times
India, Pak have agreed on troops reduction, claims Mirwaiz, The Times of India
Beijing, Shanghai hit by warmest winters, The Hindu
Iran-Saudi Arabia dialogue process gathers pace, The Hindu
US-Iran-Syria Talks: Constructive opportunity, The Hindu
Russia increasing role in Middle East, The Hindu
Opening western minds to international crosswinds, The Hindu

Daily Times

Consultants to advise on provincial autonomy, Naveed Siddiqui
China to increase military spending 18%, DT
Anti-US sentiment dwindles in Philippines, Raju Gopalakrishnan


Pakistan rebuts US 'understanding', Iftikhar A. Khan
Foreigners blamed for terror attacks, Dawn


China's Hikes Defence Spend, Puts US in a Fix, Economic Times
Treasury Secretary Says China Should Not be Made an Enemy , International Herald Tribune
China's Wen Puts Emphasis on Green Growth, Reuters AlertNet
China Ending Tax Breaks for Foreign Companies , International Herald Tribune

Asia Times, opinion


Mail and Guardian


American Prospect

It's the Economy (Again), Stupid, Samuel
Under Surveillance, Thrupkaew

World Socialist Web

Highway massacre sparks anti-US protests in Afghanistan, Van Auken
Iranian president's Saudi Arabian visit fails to lessen tensions, Symonds

Mother Jones

Interviews with Iranian Opposition Leaders: Shirin Ebade (audio), Erlich
Are You There, George? It's Me, Ava., Shapiro

Knox News

Lots of money for terrorists, Williams

Tom Paine

Right Wing Swings And Misses, Poole
A Chance To Avoid War With Iran, Clark
Immoral Lack Of Care, Aden-Wansbury
Green, Efficient Excess, Dubro


Supreme Court Debates Lawsuit Against White House's Faith-Based Initiative, Mauro/Legal Times
Doug Feith Versus the Blogosphere, Swanson
Bring Back the Politics of Personal Destruction, Rich
Justice Department Takes Aim at Image-Sharing Sites, CNET


US: Lockheed: Health Care Data Off-Limits, Wright
US: Earthjustice, Alaska Natives Protest Drilling Plans in Beaufort Sea, Winckler

Drug Corp Watch

Best Kept Secret - SSRIs Do Not Work, Evelyn Pringle
FDA Will Approve Drug for Cattle Despite Risk to Humans, Christine Moers
FDA Warns Migraine Medicine Makers, MedIndia
Marketing Tricks Drug Companies Use to Fool You, Dr. Joseph Mercola
FDA Requires ADHD Drug Makers to Warn Users About Serious Health Risks, David Gutierrez
FDA Questions Safety of Children's Cold Medicine, Crystal Britt
FDA Needs to Stop Using Pharmaceutical Honor System, Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon
Experts Weigh Giving Up on Killing Polio , Maria Cheng
Drug Research Results Questioned, Jean P. Fisher
Prescription Abuse to Pass Illicit Drugs , William J. Kole
Sleight of Handling: More Merck Magic Tricks With HPV Vaccine, Christopher C. Barr
FDA Warns Migraine Medicine Makers , Andrew Bridges
FDA to Respond to Cold-Remedy Warning Today, Frank D. Roylance
FDA Publishes Guidance on Communication of Drug Safety Information , Susan Cruzan
FDA Requires ADHD Drug Makers to Warn Users About Serious Health Risks, David Gutierrez

The Nation, opinion
Raw Story, news
Salon, opinion
Information Clearing House, opinion
Mother Jones, opinion
Alternet, opinion
Working For Change, opinion
Tom Paine, opinion
Democracy Now !, news
Daily Kos, opinion
In These Times, opinion
Huffington Post, news
Crooks and Liars, audio/video


25 Selected Columnists

Common Dreams

John Nichols:
Vermont Puts Impeachment on the Table
Scott Ritter:
See Hillary Run (from Her Husband's Past on Iraq)
Khaled El-Masri:
I Am Not a State Secret
Robert Kuttner:
Beware of Corporate Do-Gooding
Christopher Brauchli:
Bush Never Runs Out of Ideas for Pranks to Play on the World
Derrick Jackson:
Tobacco Firms Breathe Easily
Ralph Nader:
Republicans are Flummoxed When It Comes to Senator Clinton
Anya Kamenetz/David Donnelly:
Mitch McConnell's Debt
Rosa Brooks:
The Lunatic Right Returns
David Michael Green:
'Others To Choose From'
Elizabeth Sprio Clark:
A Chance To Avoid War With Iran
Ira Chernus:
Will We Suffer from the Iraq Syndrome?
Helen Thomas:
Bush Doesn't Think Father Knows Best
Lt. Gen. Robert Gard/Travis Sharp:
The Flawed Surge
Bryan Farrell:
Jefferson's Moral Code for Congress
John Nichols:
Journalistic Responsibility and the Human Face of Iraq
John Borowski:
Teachers: Before Using an “Inconvenient Truth” in Classrooms, Show “Oil on Ice”
Corporate Crime Reporter:
Zuckerman Spaeder’s Fernandez Says Prosecutor Kromberg Has Apparent Bias Against Muslims
Michael Parenti:
The Stolen Election of 2004

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