Thursday edition - November 15, 2007
US network uncovers
'suicide epidemic' among US veterans
Iraq-Afghanistan War Measure Faces Bush Veto
Repeat Screenings for Soldiers Find More PTSD
I wish the White House writers would go on strike.
To Whom It May Concern: I only accept Euros.- Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
US Military Deaths in Iraq at 3864 The Associated Press
US soldier killed NE of Baghdad Xinhua, China
Iraq Forces Seize Powerful Sunni Office
Howard Krongard, the embattled State Department inspector general who is accused of blocking investigations into security contractor Blackwater Worldwide, abruptly recused himself from all Blackwater inquiries yesterday after a congressional panel confronted him with evidence that his brother is serving on a company advisory board.
Oil spill ship's crew drug tests were delayed 53 hours San Jose Mercury News, USA
Ron Paul Finds Fans, Funds on the Fringe The Associated Press
"How do we beat the b----?" ABC News
Bush's Relatives To Be Cloned
US scientists have cloned a monkey, using the resulting embryos to grow valuable stem cells. The development is the first time a primate embryo has been created, leading experts to speculate that it's a matter of time before human embryos are cloned to treat disease.
Scientists have cloned the first monkey. Upon hearing the news, an angry George Bush swore off eating bananas. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Democrats Regroup To Take On Clinton CBS News
Edwards Announces Paid Family Leave Plan
New York abandons plans on drivers licenses for illegals
CIA Rendition Policy Challenged
A little noticed
prohibition in the Democrats' $50 billion Iraq funding bill that passed the
would effectively end CIA renditions, according to the American Civil
Oil Trades Lower on OPEC Forecast The Associated Press
Halliburton opens Indian technology center EnergyCurrent, TX
Kraft sells Post cereals for $2.6 billion Crain's Chicago Business
Bush Gives Musharraf Tips on Eliminating Democracy Andy Borowitz
Tunisia jails ex-Guantanamo inmate on terrorism ties Reuters South Africa
Library trustees: Bush, Cheney collages return, forum planned Portsmouth Herald News
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Ghost Spotted At Gas Pump? WCVB TheBostonChannel.com
This undated photo provided by the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery, known as TIGHAR, shows historic aircraft specialists inspecting a World War II fighter plane recently found on the Welsh coast. The American P-38 aircraft had made an emergency landing in 1942 after it ran out of gas, and was buried under water and sand for 65 years until revealed by beach erosion in July. Experts hope to recover the plane for a British military museum. The photo was taken from a kite-suspended camera. Photo/TIGHAR