Iraq Struggles With Cholera Outbreak
How Pelosi Ended The War With Iraq
What FISA Capitulations Are Democrats Planning Next?
Torture Endorsed, Torture Denied
Depleted Uranium: Enduring Risk
Nuke Transportation Story Has Explosive Implications
Corporations Versus Democracy
Oil, Israel, and America: The Root Cause of the Crisis
A Tortured Stance on Torture
Nicholas von Hoffman:
Outrunning The Kite Runner
Combating Noble Lies
It Saves Money and Makes Kids Healthy Whats the Problem?
Today's Special: Dictator '08
Fred Thompson: Lost without a script.. vague, shallow,'biggest dud', Adams
Biden says Hillary's strange vote on Iran Guards facilitates Bush war plan , Cooper
Large union declines to endorse a candidate, Greenhouse
No opening too small for Obama, Edwards, Helman
Obama proposes capping greenhouse gases and making polluters pay, Zeleny
The perils of playing front-runner: Hillary's 'anti-war hawk'slipped its noose on Iran, Nagourney
Today's Alternative Special: AlterNet
Our Drinkable Water Supply Is Vanishing
1929 Redux: Heading for a Crash?
A Love of America Turned Ugly [Photo Essay]
Wal-Mart Short-Changes Public Schools
Presidential Candidates Ignore Working Mothers
Annalee Newitz: Always Away on Instant Messenger
Amy Goodman: Brother and Sister Battle Racism and Cancer
Robert Scheer: The Martyring of Che Guevara
AlterNet.org: Coverage Areas
DrugReporter: The War on Pot: America's $42 Billion Annual Boondoggle
DrugReporter: 10 Million Americans Busted for Pot: Enough is Enough
DrugReporter: Will Drug Lord Do Less Time Than the Average American Nonviolen...
Environment: Our Drinkable Water Supply Is Vanishing
Environment: Environmental Justice in Action
Environment: Ice Caps Melting Fast: Say Goodbye to the Big Apple?
ForeignPolicy: Kurds Talk Contracts with Big Oil: 'It's Now or Never'
ForeignPolicy: Unable to Beat Muqtada al-Sadr, the U.S. Tries to Divide his M...
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New York Times
The caveat emptor commission: what else do we expect from the caveat emptor administration?, Ed
Adults as red herrings: Bush at his despicable, twisted best on kids health, Ed
Beautiful words: 'in a bipartisan rebuff of WH hubris' House unmuzzles federal watchdogs, Ed
Unfriendly skies: we need a passenger bill of rights to protect us from airline congestion, Ed
Generation Q: will their idealism dig them out from'greed generation' deficits?, Friedman
Bomb, bomb Iran: again,ominously, Hillary gave her vote to the BushReich, Dowd
Mississippi Democrat hijacks Jesus and runs in GOP lane: Dems! pay attention, Nossiter
Seattle's recycling success: the cool side of trash, Kennedy
Refreshingly, police blame themselves for melee at May rally in LA, Archibold
Bush Supremes refuse to hear torture appeal: no wonder the world condemns us, Greenhouse
NASA craft yields fascinating new discoveries about Jupiter, Leary
Another contractor slaughter of innocents: 'they are butchering the Iraqis', Kramer &Glanz
Cheney's warhogs play the same lame game over Syria but Condi's not buying , Mazzetti & Cooper
Israeli PM Olmert grilled for 5 hours by police in corruption case, Kershner
Judge stands up to Bush, halts transfer of Gitmo detainee, Glaberson
Bush wants No Child reauthorized while refusing to fund and implement it, Stolberg &Schemo
Bush working hard to scare us out of our liberties: NO IMMUNITY for wiretapping telecoms, Lichtblau
Gates approves faster Army expansion plan: 'this target will not be easy', The NYT
After Disdaining Arms Control, Bush Seeks to Engage Moscow, Landay
Wars Have Cost Africa an Estimated $284 Billion since 1990, Bengali
House Panel Approves Armenian Genocide Measure, Doyle
Increased Violence Continues in Iraq, Price
U.S. Children Often Lack Quality Medical Care, Pugh
Pentagon is pressed, Stockman
L.A. Times - World News
A tortured stance on torture, Greenway
Iraq says 17 killed in Blackwater shooting, recommends trial, Yacoub
The burden of the Iraq 'money pit' , Ed
Military sees big decline in black enlistees, Williams + Baron
Audits find Medicare recipients victims of deceptive sales tactics, BG
Let the foreign money flow, Ed.
Mexico's ex-president rebukes critics
Britain to cut its Iraq forces by half
Iraqis divided by constitution's treatment of women
Gossip law is a juicy topic in Colombia
Blasts, other violence kill 37 Iraqis
Iran reopens border with northern Iraq
Tehran students denounce Ahmadinejad
15 troops missing after battle in Pakistan
L.A. Times - National News
Superferry sets off the battle of Kauai
Wisconsin town mourns 6, and killer
Bush faces GOP foes on budget cuts
Return to the moon -- via Arizona
2 Americans, Briton share Nobel in medicine
Quick treatment key after minor strokes
Clinton talks trade and mortgages in Iowa
L.A. Times - California | Local News
The trouble with rehab, Malibu-style
Handling of obscenity cases disputed
Private-school scout gives parents the lowdown
Friend of actor Seagal criticizes the FBI
Women in Catholic abuse cases speak out
Buying at a local bookstore provides more than books
Los Angeles Times - Opinion
Chicago Sun Times
The grim reality of torture
Ayaan Hirsi Ali: abandoned to fanatics
Cheap HIV drugs are more important than patents
Belgium: Europe's canary in a coal mine?
The 'standy-by' electricity vampires
Even the British are leaving Iraq
Bush: U.S. 'does not torture people' , Loven
GIs, we got yer back. Stabbing it., Smith
Minority areas hit hardest by eminent domain , Page
Bush takes page from Bill Clinton playbook , Silva
Giving soft bigotry a break , Page
Jena 6 defendant out of jail , Simpson
Cleaning up after Bush: It was 'childrens do learn' , Silva
SFGate: Top News Stories
Physics Nobel Goes to German, Frenchman
Egyptian bloggers expose horror of police torture / They're posting graphic v...
Bolivia marks capture, execution of 'Che' Guevara 40 years ago
/ The fall of Your Black Muslim Bakery
Britain will pull out half of its Iraq force / Prime minister says calm arou...
SFGate: Chronicle Op-Ed
Meyer's Toon Take
The melting pot is NOT broken
It's time for new ways to give
Anti-Military? In Ess Eff, some facts get in the way
THE CHRONICLE RECOMMENDS: CAMPAIGN 2007 / Micromanaging City Hall
Pakistan on edge
SFGate: Mark Morford
washingtonpost.com - Today's Editorials
Britney Spears sucks Blackwater / Showdown! White-trash diva versus mercenary...
Is it OK to love Whole Foods? / The overpriced ultra-yuppie grocery wonderlan...
The great American hypocrisy tour / Larry Craig's bathroom stall! Haggard's m...
The Republican who likes gays / Behold, an extraordinary event, the most asto...
The fall of the Godmongers / Praise Jesus, it's the collapse of evangelical C...
Eat this, you fat, sad idiot / Who, pray who, is still sucked in by grotesque...
Iraq, deep in your bones / A war that isn't really a war, the great humiliati...
Rescue for Children
More Torture Memos
Mensroom: Mr. Craig Stays
Dems Rise: Virginia Faces the Ballot
Pakistan's Tainted Election
Kid's HealthThe Debate Goes On
washingtonpost.com - Op-Ed Columns
'Socialized Medicine' Quackery
A Dutch Retreat on Speech?
Bridges to Somewhere
North Korean Mystery
Why Is This GOP Strategist Smiling?
washingtonpost.com - Nation
Nuclear Power Primed for Comeback
Record Heat Halts Chicago Marathon
US, UK Scientists Win Nobel in Medicine
As War Dragged On, Coverage Tone Weighed Heavily on Anchors
A Knell for Lobsters On Long Island Sound
Case Tests Boundaries of Prayer in Sports
Democrats to Offer New Surveillance Rules
Utah Men Accused of Trying to Export Fighter Jet Parts to Canada; Iran is a B...
washingtonpost.com - World
Top Iraqis Pull Back From Key U.S. Goal
Costa Ricans Vote on Trade Pact
Chopper Escorting Musharraf Crashes
Iraqi Probe Faults Blackwater Guards
Gorilla Habitat Seized By Rebels in Congo
WORLD IN BRIEF:Egypt Demonstration
Russians Honor a Crusading Journalist
Darfur Town Held by Army Is Burned
washingtonpost.com - Sunday Outlook
The Protocols of the Elders of Turkey
5 Myths About Sick Old Europe
Forget Easy Money. Try Saving a Few Bucks.
I Hear America Talking
Who Made Hillary Queen?
Sure, He's Got Guns for Hire. But They're Just Not Worth It.
More Torture Memos
Globe and Mail
News Top Stories
Reject MMP, Conservatives tell voters
Heeding hungry moose's call
McGuinty predicts victory, draws fire
From the Editorial page
Electoral reform fraught with risk
Cutting rates is job one
Full speed along a dead-end road
Liberals credible on energy policy
Giving on Thanksgiving
Failing grades for booming Calgary
A brutal report card on Calgary's failing quality of life could be the watershed moment that defines our future.
Congress rejects Bush's plea on Armenian genocide by Turkey, Goldenberg
Rebuild or retreat: US debates evacuation of Gulf coastline, MacAskill
10 or more cases of copycat noose displays in US, Pilkington
The devastating cost of Africa's wars: Â£150bn and millions of lives, McGreal
Iraqi provinces shut out internal refugees, Borger
Turning Point in Iraq? Just wishful thinking on a grand scale , Milne
Bush's rhetoric on Iran contradicts idea US is 'a country of peace', Ensha
Only now, the full horror of Burmese junta's repression of monks emerges, Russell
The Burmese generals take their revenge, Editorial
Calling a spade a spade: Bush fears Turkey's response to truth, Cornwell
If Israel has the right to defend itself, why not Turkey?, Erdem
Putin snubs 'schoolboy' French president in Moscow, Bremner
Christian outrage at murder of two Iraqi women by mercenaries, al-Waali
Spy chief accuses MI6 of trying to destabilise Russia, Halpin
policymakers the world over have boosted the profits of drug lords and fostered narcostates that would frighten Al Capone., foreignpolicy.com
Arrested `Drug Queen' Enthralls Mexico, AP
Bush a 'windshield cowboy,' Mexico's Fox says, Arizona Republic
US-Mexico claim drugs blitz 'success' after 25 years of failure, BBC
Possible Guatemala Presidents Compete, Prensa Latina
Costa Rica: CAFTA under threat as Vice-President resigns for using dirty tricks, inforpressca.com
Costa Rica United against Trade Deal, Prensa Latina
Cuba's Che Guevara still inspires, four decades after death, Caribbean NN
Church Backs Cuban Literacy Program for Haiti, Prensa Latina
Strike Paralyzes the Dominican Republic, Prensa Latina
Terrorist Accomplice Enjoys Impunity in El Salvador , Periodico 26
The Great Powers' Enmity Against Aristide, National Catholic Reporter
Dozens of Colombia politicians killed ahead of vote, Reuters
While Ambassadors Lie, the Drug War in Colombia Is More Destructive Than Ever, Narco News
Venezuela Responds to US Secretary of Defense, Venezuelanalysis.com
Venezuela's Foreign Minister on Democracy Now!, Venezuelanalysis
Using Oil Diplomacy to Sever Venezuela’s Dependence, Venezuelanalysis
Powerful corporations Brazil's landowning elite a new lease on its degenerate lifestyle, Brazzil
The Smartest Thing China Could Do Right Now: Invest $ 200 Billion from their US trade surplus in Brazil, Brazzil
Inter Press Service
Rights: EU Urged to Step Up Efforts Against Human Trafficking , de Queiroz
Development: World Bank Chief Vows 'Inclusive' Globalisation , Aslam
US-Iraq: Heat Turns Up on Blackwater Inquiry , Akhavi
Mideast: EU Quiet over Israeli Moves , Cronin
Chile: International Campaign for a Dam-Free Patagonia , Estrada
Rights-Argentina: Priest’s Life Sentence Draws Widespread Praise , Valente
Rights-Sri Lanka: Arbour's Visit a Guided Tour - Critics , Perera
Corruption: Dirty Business Arises in Top European Companies , Godoy
New Racist Assault: Skinheads Beat Up Three Greeks in Eastern Berlin
International Herald Tribune
SPIEGEL Interview with Spokesman for Burmese Opposition in Exile: 'The Regim...
The Dark Past: Germany's FBI Examines its Nazi Roots
Picture This: Running in Blur-lin
Battle of the Bahn: Train Strikes in Germany Approaching
The World from Berlin: Bavarian Power Shift
Ukraine Elections: Tymoshenko Poised to Become PM
Germany Wins Women's World Cup: 'We Have the Best Women in The World'
See no evil, speak no truth
Radio Paris (WNN)
Still out in the cold
The trauma after the trauma
Prolonging the honeymoon
9/11 is over
Is Hillary Clinton the new old Al Gore?
Language: Translating the lingo of adultalescence
Israel takes land to ease way to build in E-1 area, cut West Bank in half, Akiva Eldar
A Brit deminer, six-year-old boy and a shepherd killed by Israeli cluster bombs this week, Reuters
Undercover forces kill Fatah militant near Jenin, Amos Harel
Military Intelligence assessment: Mideast peace summit likely to fail, Amos Harel
Haaretz survey: 51% of Israelis back Olmert's talks with Abbas, Yossi Verter
Senior Fatah official rules out reconciliation with rival Hamas, Reuters
East Jerusalem Arabs oppose division of the city, Meron Benvenisti
One teacher's story / Fighting for the country's future, Vered Zadok
Iraqi women killed by security firm, Agencies
US base in Iraq attacked, staff
Turkey prepares for raids into Iraq, Agencies
Israel to confiscate West Bank land, Al Jazeera
British prime minister Brown announces Iraq troop cut, Al Jazeera
Pakistan tribesmen bury dead, Al Jazeera
US blamed for Pakistan insecurity, Al Jazeera
US convoy in Kabul hit by blast, Agencies
US frets at Iran's 'strategic dominance' over a country on its doorstep, Asia Times
The Secret Air Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Z
US Vote on Division of Iraq Blasted, Arab News
US Security Firms in Iraq to Be More Closely Monitored, Arab News
Iraq: Travel restrictions considered as cholera spreads, IRIN
Blackwater business leaves Iraq reeling, Asia Times
'We'll revoke Al-Maliki's licence before he revokes Blackwater's licence,', Al-Ahram
Israel kills 11 Palestinians in Gaza, MET
Onslaught in Gaza: Israel Kills 11 Palestinians, Palestine Chronicle
Israeli incursion into West Bank refugee camp causes destruction, fear, IRIN
Crawling on hands and knees is wearing out Abbas's kneecaps, Al-Ahram
The Israeli lobby has enlisted US university presidents to its cause led by Ahmadinejad basher Bollinger, Al-Ahram
Kingdom Calls on Israel to Freeze Settlements, Wall, Arab News
Spectre of partition in Lebanon, Al-Ahram
Syria: Oil price rises could provoke unrest, IRIN
Ahmadinejad Lauded for ‘Lion’s Den’ Visit, Arab News
President Ahmadinejad calls for global “coalition for peace”, Tehran Times
170 Killed as NATO, US Warplanes Pound Taleban Hide-Outs, Arab News
Afghanistan: Thousands flee Taliban, aerial bombing in south, IRIN
Afghanistan: Increasing armed robberies, abductions in Herat, IRIN
Are women intruders in this country?, Arab News
Yemen: Rebellion in north causing psychological problems, say aid workers, IRIN
Egypt's largest workers' action in 20 years, Al-Ahram
India-China Competition Revealed in Ongoing Border Disputes, The Power and Interest News Report
South East Asia
China Closes Christian-Linked Businesses, The Associated Press
China and Taiwan Flex Military Muscles , International Herald Tribune
Search increases for cameras and mobiles in Rangoon, Mizzima News
Asia Times, opinion
SPENGLER : The devil and Alan Greenspan
Buddhists don't kill: ' The soldiers are soldiers first and Buddhists last.', Mizzima News
Aung San Suu Kyi is the last hope, Mizzima News
UN envoy meets Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Mizzima News
Cracks emerge in Myanmar military unity, Asia Times
Myanmar defends crackdown, Al Jazeera
Hints of Myanmar power struggle, Al Jazeera
Whiteshirts - Burma Junta's Storm Troopers, IPS
Blast hits Thai army headquarters, Al Jazeera
Coordinated bombings rock the South of Thailand, Bankok Post
Doesn't anyone have a policy in Thailand?, Bankok Post
Indonesia can push for major reform in Myanmar, Jakarta Post
Philippine Elections Chief Resigns Amid Bribery Allegations, Arab News
Economy: No such thing as a Sure Thing
Cracks emerge in Myanmar military unity
Al-Qaeda wants a part of Afghan talks
An anti-US, anti-al-Qaeda voice is silenced
China reshuffle sends message to Taiwan
FILM REVIEW : A failed kingdom ; The Kingdom directed by Peter Berg
Ahmadinejad and Bush: Mirror men
The Hindu, news
US Africa Command: Aid crusader or meddling giant?, Mail and Guardian
Mail and Guardian
Fierce fighting rocks Somali capital, Mail and Guardian
Somalia: Ethiopian troops seen in new places, shabelle.net
Worries over increasing African exodus to Yemen, IRIN
Somalis face worsening plight, Al Jazeera
Somalia: Living in fear of more floods, IRIN
Ethiopia: Ogaden Crisis Strikingly Similar to Darfur, allAfrica.com
Sudan: Darfur attackers 'committed war crimes', IRIN
Darfur attack: 'The fighting was terrible', Mail and Guardian
Senegal threatens Darfur pullout, Al Jazeera
Mandela's Elders group including Jimmy Carter. First mission: Darfur, allAfrica
A deadly cholera epidemic has broken out in several regions of Sierra Leone. , IRIN
Sierra Leone: Salimatu Thoronka, “I have given birth to four children since losing my legs”, IRIN
Nigeria: Court Adjourns Killer Drug Case Against Pfizer, allAfrica
Nigeria readies for Pfizer battle, Al Jazeera
President Yar'Adua condemns killing of Nigerian soldiers in Sudan, Guardian (Nigeria)
Last surviving nationalist leader: Our Dream for Nigeria Not Realised, This Day
Aircraft crashes in DR Congo. Safety record an embarrassment, Al Jazeera
DR Congo: Review of Mining Contracts Marred By Lack of Transparency, allAfrica
The logging industry in DR Congo is out of control, greenpeace
Great Lakes army chiefs meet for security talks, Mail and Guardian
Uganda: More house girls taking DNA tests, claim bosses deny offspring, Monitor
Why women in Isingiro will ‘always’ deliver babies in the bushes, Monitor
Uganda: Picking up the pieces as Lord’s Resistance Army war winds down, IRIN
Kenya: Private agony of public clinics, IRIN
Kenya: Debt Blamed On Graft, The Nation (Nairobi)
Tsvangirai calls for free polls in Zimbabwe, Al Jazeera
Zimbabwe's inflation rate 6,592 per cent, Aljazeera
Rescue of thousands of trapped S Africa miners under way, Al Jazeera
'It is made so clear that the poor slum dwellers are not Citizens', allAfrica
Drug Corp Watch
Under Pressure, FDA Reveals Deadly Drug Side Effects , Dr Joseph Mercola
Attorney General Sues Drug Company over OxyContin, News Democrat
Study: Majority of States Bar HIV Tests, Mike Stobbe
Congress Grills Officials Over Biosafety Boom, Ewen Callaway
Taxol Doesn't Treat Common Breast Cancer , Marilynn Marchione
Breast Cancer Deception: New Tell-All Report Reveals Profit Motive Behind the Pink Ribbons, Mike Adams
Old Perils Resurface as Trapped S African Miners Emerge Alive, Russell
The Nation, opinion
US: Wal-Mart Workers Win $62 Million, Dale
Raw Story, news
Information Clearing House, opinion
Mother Jones, opinion
Working For Change, opinion
Tom Paine, opinion
Democracy Now !, news
Daily Kos, opinion
In These Times, opinion
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