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  • Evidence at F-22 Crash Site (AK) Indicates Pilot Died

    11/19/2010 7:32:24 PM PST · by malamute · 83 replies
    Fox News ^ | November 19, 2010 | Fox News / Associated Press
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Evidence found at the remote, rugged Alaska site where an F-22 Raptor crashed indicates the pilot died, an Air Force official said Friday evening. Part of the jet's ejection seat was found at the site, which means Capt. Jeffrey Haney of Clarklake, Mich., could not have survived the Tuesday night crash, Col. Jack McMullen said. Also found were pieces of the flight suit Haney had been wearing. (excerpt)
  • Official: Attacker holding hostages at Turkish Embassy in Tel Aviv

    08/17/2010 9:58:31 AM PDT · by malamute · 12 replies
    MSNBC ^ | Tuesday August 17 2010 | MSNBC Breaking
    breaking...more to follow.
  • Middletown, Connecticut rocked by explosion

    02/07/2010 9:27:40 AM PST · by malamute · 357 replies · 15,542+ views
    Digital Journal ^ | Sunday Feb7 2010 10:19 AM MST | KJ Mullins
    An explosion in Middletown, Connecticut has rocked the town. Initial reports are that about a dozen people have been injured. Middletown, United States - The Middletown Fire Department just said in a phone interview that they are in the process of putting out a second alarm. There are an unknown number of casualities. The explosion took place at NRG Power Plant on River Road. According to their web site they are the fossil-fueled electric generating plant in the state. Reports are saying that the blast could be felt as far away as Durham.
  • British MP (Galloway) barred from Canada

    03/20/2009 11:08:24 PM PDT · by malamute · 14 replies · 1,084+ views ^ | Friday, March 20, 2009 | 4:21 PM ET | Canadian Press
    -excerpt- Immigration Minister Jason Kenney says he won't use his authority to intervene in a decision to bar controversial British MP George Galloway from entering Canada. Speaking in Calgary Friday, Kenney said he wouldn't override a Citizenship and Immigration Canada decision to deny Galloway permission to enter the country based on security grounds. Kenney's office said the 54-year-old Scot has expressed sympathy for the Taliban in Afghanistan and provided financial aid to the Palestinian militant group Hamas. -excerpt- Galloway called the decision "irrational, inexplicable and an affront to Canada's good name," and said he would fight the ruling with "all...
  • Kangaroo farts could ease global warming

    12/06/2007 12:59:22 AM PST · by malamute · 87 replies · 1,433+ views and Agence France-Presse ^ | December 06, 2007 11:56am | Australia Herald Sun
    AUSTRALIAN scientists are trying to give kangaroo-style stomachs to cattle and sheep in a bid to cut the emission of greenhouse gases blamed for global warming, researchers say. Thanks to special bacteria in their stomachs, kangaroo flatulence contains no methane and scientists want to transfer that bacteria to cattle and sheep who emit large quantities of the harmful gas. -snip- Even farmers who laugh at the idea of environmentally friendly kangaroo farts say that's nothing to joke about, particularly given the devastating drought Australia is suffering. -snip-
  • Diana ratings dwarf Live Earth

    07/09/2007 1:08:57 PM PDT · by malamute · 10 replies · 858+ views
    BBC ^ | Monday, 9 July 2007, 17:42 GMT 18:42 UK | The Beeb Diana ratings dwarf Live Earth The British TV audience for the Live Earth concerts was less than a third of that for last week's Concert for Diana. BBC One's average ratings between 2000 and 2200 BST on Saturday were 3.1 million, compared with 11.4 million for the Diana gig on the previous Sunday. Bad language by stars attracted more than 130 complaints to the BBC - but more than 400 complained about rock band Metallica's set being cut short. The BBC said the ratings were "good" for "a Saturday night in July". "The audience for Live Earth peaked at...
  • Indonesian police have arrested alleged leader of Jemaah Islamiyah

    06/12/2007 8:53:51 PM PDT · by malamute · 9 replies · 838+ views
    MSNBC ^ | Tuesday June 12, 2007 | MSNBC
    Breaking now - more to follow
  • Officials: U.S. troops mistakenly kill seven Afghan policemen in gun battle

    06/11/2007 9:58:30 PM PDT · by malamute · 26 replies · 1,132+ views
    MSNBC Breaking News ^ | Monday June 11 2007 11:00 PM MST | MSNBC Breaking News
    MSNBC Breaking News - more to follow
  • Report: Top U.S. commander in Iraq says at least 2 abducted GIs are alive

    05/19/2007 9:36:13 AM PDT · by malamute · 32 replies · 2,686+ views
    MSNBC Breaking News ^ | Saturday May 19 2007 | MSNBC
    Headline news banner only - more to follow
  • Carter attacks Blair's Iraq role

    05/19/2007 1:16:39 AM PDT · by malamute · 31 replies · 960+ views
    The Beeb ^ | Saturday, 19 May 2007, 06:22 GMT 07:22 UK | BBC News
    Former US President Jimmy Carter has criticised outgoing British Prime Minister Tony Blair for his "blind" support of the war in Iraq. Mr Carter told the BBC Mr Blair's backing for US President George W Bush had been "apparently subservient". He said the UK's "almost undeviating" support for "the ill-advised policies of President Bush in Iraq have been a major tragedy for the world".
  • Mayweather tops De La Hoya in split decision

    05/05/2007 10:46:15 PM PDT · by malamute · 11 replies · 573+ views
    Fox Sports / Associated Press ^ | Saturday, May 5, 2007 | Fox Sports / Associated Press
    LAS VEGAS (AP) - Floyd Mayweather Jr. wanted to give Oscar De La Hoya a beating. He had to settle for just getting a win. Mayweather won one of boxing's richest fights ever Saturday night by using his superb defensive skills and superior speed to take a 12-round split decision and win the WBC 154-pound title in his first fight at that weight.
  • Report: Kenya Airways 737 airliner crashes

    05/05/2007 2:45:08 AM PDT · by malamute · 29 replies · 1,808+ views
    MSNBC / Associated Press ^ | Saturday May 5 2007 | MSNBC / Associated Press
    Report: Kenya Airways 737 airliner crashes Cameroon radio says missing plane carrying 115 went down in south YAOUNDE, Cameroon - A Kenya Airways flight with more than 100 people aboard crashed in southern Cameroon, state radio reported Saturday. The radio report said the flight, which lost contact with airport controllers soon after taking off around midnight from Douala, Cameroon, crashed near the southern town of Niete.
  • Snowy forests 'increase (global) warming'

    04/10/2007 12:30:03 AM PDT · by malamute · 44 replies · 1,680+ views
    The Beeb (BBC News) ^ | Tuesday, 10 April 2007, 03:47 GMT | The Beeb
    Original Title -- > Snowy forests 'increase warming' Planting trees in snowy areas may worsen global warming as their canopies absorb sunlight which would otherwise be reflected by the snow, a study says. The report in US journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says the pine forests of Europe, Siberia and Canada may contribute to warming. Only tropical forests effectively cool the earth by absorbing carbon dioxide and creating clouds, the report says.
  • TV interview 'tipped off' Iran about ship's intelligence role

    04/08/2007 4:31:24 AM PDT · by malamute · 40 replies · 2,602+ views ^ | Sunday April 8, 2007 | Jamie Doward and Andrew Wander
    Iranian intelligence officers told the 15 British captives they first became suspicious about their activities after watching an interview with one of them on British television. Families of the hostages said that their loved ones had told them the Iranians had made the claim soon after capturing them. The revelation is likely to raise questions about the Ministry of Defence's decision to allow the media to accompany Cornwall, the ship on which the service personnel were based, and report on its activities. On 13 March - 10 days before the 15 were seized - Channel 5 broadcast an interview with...
  • Blair calls Iran capture of sailors ‘very serious’

    03/25/2007 3:31:12 PM PDT · by malamute · 48 replies · 1,586+ views
    Associated Press / MSNBC ^ | Sunday March 25 2007 | Associated Press / MSNBC
    Blair calls Iran capture of sailors ‘very serious’ U.K., Iranian ministers speak; 15 held in unknown location LONDON - British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Sunday that 15 British sailors and marines captured by Iran as they searched for smugglers off the Iraqi coast had been outside Iranian waters, and warned that Britain viewed their situation as “very serious.”
  • Police: Former heavyweight champion Trevor Berbick killed in Jamaica

    10/28/2006 11:17:40 AM PDT · by malamute · 31 replies · 1,702+ views
    MSNBC Breaking News Banner ^ | Saturday October 28th 2006 12:14 MST | MSNBC Breaking News
    Nothing else to report as of yet, just the banner.
  • US bombs own convoy in N Iraq

    04/06/2003 12:50:18 AM PST · by malamute · 64 replies · 278+ views
    BBC News ^ | Sunday, 6 April, 2003, 08:37 GMT 09:37 UK | BBC News World (John Simpson)
    US forces have bombed a convoy of American special forces and Kurdish civilians in northern Iraq, the BBC's world affairs editor John Simpson says. John Simpson, who himself suffered minor injuries in the attack, said he could see a lot of bodies. He described the attack as a "bad own goal" by the Americans.
  • Capriati requests 'Bombs Over Baghdad' for warmups

    03/26/2003 2:59:09 PM PST · by malamute · 30 replies · 421+ views ^ | Tuesday, March 25th | Associated Press
    Capriati requests 'Bombs Over Baghdad' for warmups -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Associated Press KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- At Jennifer Capriati's request, the 1999 Outkast song "Bombs Over Baghdad'' was played on the stadium public-address system before her most recent match at the Nasdaq-100 Open. "I like the song, and I wanted to support the troops,'' Capriati said Tuesday through a WTA Tour spokesman. Stadium court producer Bob Ruf said he previewed the rap song and was reluctant to play it. Ruf then listened to the song with a tour official, and they found a one-minute segment that they decided wouldn't offend anyone. The...
  • Caption Time: Operation Protective Wall

    04/05/2002 10:07:49 AM PST · by malamute · 36 replies · 234+ views ^ | April 5, 2002 | NBC, MSNBC AND NEWS SERVICES
    Israeli troops threw stun grenades at Reuters cameraman Ismail Khader and other journalists arriving outside Yasser Arafat's Ramallah compound on Friday.
  • Gadhafi: Change Israel to Isratine

    03/26/2002 11:40:00 AM PST · by malamute · 58 replies · 300+ views
    Reuters c/o MSNBC ^ | March 26, 2002 | Reuters
    Gadhafi: Change Israel to ‘Isratine’ Libyan leader proposes new democracy, rejects Saudi plan DUBAI, March 25 — Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi said Israel should be replaced by a democracy called “Isratine” where unarmed Israelis and Palestinians could live in peace. “If the Jews want peace, they should accept to live in peace and drop arms with their Palestinian brethren,” Gadhafi said in an interview with al-Jazeera satellite television. GADHAFI, WHO HAS rejected a Saudi Middle East peace bid, said it was “impossible” to create an independent Palestinian state along with Israel because “the Israelis would not accept to live within...