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  • North Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles – S. Korea military

    07/18/2016 4:06:56 PM PDT · by Pinkbell · 4 replies
    Russia Today ^ | July 18, 2016
    Pyongyang launched three missiles Tuesday morning in the latest in a set of controversial ballistic tests, according to South Korea’s military, which claimed the projectiles had a range of up to 600 kilometers (360 miles). The three missiles were launched from the North’s east coast into the sea at between 5:45am and 6:20am local time. The missiles, presumed to be Scud-types, have enough range to reach all of South Korea, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said, adding that South Korea's military is keeping a close eye on the developments. #BREAKING North Korea fires three ballistic missiles, says South...
  • Clinton Library's Doc Dump Reveals CRA Fueled Subprime Bubble

    04/26/2014 5:21:06 PM PDT · by neverdem · 55 replies
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | April 25, 2014 | Masthead Editorial
    Subprime Scandal: Newly released memos from the Clinton presidential library reveal evidence the government had a big hand in the housing crisis. The worst actors were in the White House, not on Wall Street. During the 1990s, former Clinton aides bragged that more aggressive enforcement of the Community Reinvestment Act pressured banks to issue riskier mortgages, lending more proof the anti-redlining law fueled the crisis. A 2012 National Bureau of Economic Research study found "that adherence to that act led to riskier lending by banks," with "a clear pattern of increased defaults for loans made by these banks in quarters...
  • Elián González: My Time In The U.S. 'Marked Me For My Whole Life'

    11/19/2013 2:40:27 PM PST · by ColdOne · 71 replies
    Fox News Latino ^ | 10/19/13 | By Havana (EFE)/Fox News Latino
    Elian Gonzalez, the object of a 1999-2000 custody squabble involving Washington, Havana and family members on both sides of the Florida Strait, holds a piece of U.S. legislation directly responsible for what he endured then, Cuban official media said Monday. "They were very sad times for me, which marked me for my whole life. I was never given the chance to have a moment to think about my mother, who as a result of that (U.S.) Cuban Adjustment Act died at sea," the now-19-year-old Gonzalez said last weekend during a Union of Young Communists event.
  • ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ dischargees to receive full back pay from DOD

    01/07/2013 6:34:16 PM PST · by Nachum · 25 replies
    The Hill ^ | 1/7/12 | Carlo Muñoz
    In a landmark settlement, the Pentagon has agreed to give full back pay to U.S. service members who were discharged due to their sexual orientation under the military's “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. The payouts will be granted to service members dismissed from the military under the now-repealed policy on or after November 2004. “This means so much to those of us who dedicated ourselves to the military, only to be forced out against our will for being who we are,” former Air Force Staff Sgt. Richard Collins said in a statement from the American Civil Liberties Union, which brought...
  • Never Forget

    04/17/2010 10:20:14 AM PDT · by thinkingcarefully · 25 replies · 554+ views
    On Monday it will be fifteen years, we must never forget the cost of violence. She would be learning to drive right now...
  • Scale of Serbian Cluster Bomb Problem Revealed for First Time

    03/11/2009 5:32:33 AM PDT · by Ravnagora · 34 replies · 2,426+ views
    Serbian Media Center. Belgrade ^ | March 10, 2009 | Norwegian People's Aid
    Press release Tuesday, March 10, 2009. (Belgrade, 10. March 2009) Ten years after the NATO bombing of Serbia, unexploded cluster munitions still represent a deadly threat to tens of thousands of people living in 16 municipalities in Serbia. A survey implemented by Norwegian People’s Aid for the first time details the scope of the impact of cluster bombs in the country. The results of the survey were presented at a press conference in Belgrade today. Regional Director of NPA in southeast Europe Emil Jeremic explained that ”with the comprehensive survey Serbia now has a tool for solving the problems of...
  • Republicans sharply question Iraq policy (Sens. Hagel, Lugar, Coleman)

    09/11/2007 9:24:01 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 26 replies · 891+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 9/11/07 | Anne Flaherty - ap
    WASHINGTON - Senate Republicans sharply challenged President Bush's top military general and ambassador in Iraq on Tuesday in a blatant demonstration of misgivings within the GOP about the protracted war. "Are we going to continue to invest blood and treasure at the same rate we're doing now? For what?" asked Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., who supports legislation setting a deadline to bring troops home. The deep-seated doubt expressed at the hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee reflected just how far Congress had come since the war began over four years ago. And Republican senators raised tough questions that rivaled...

    06/27/2007 8:47:29 AM PDT · by Bokababe · 18 replies · 493+ views
    ADNKI ^ | June 27, 2007 | VPR
    belgrade, 27 June (AKI) – Serbian foreign minister Vuk Jeremic on Wednesday asked NATO to protect minority Serbs in breakaway Kosovo province as tensions grew over the status of the province with majority ethnic Albanians, which has been under United Nations control since 1999. Jeremic was quoted by Serbian media as telling NATO secretary-general Jaap de Hoop Schefer in Brussels that the situation in Kosovo was complex and asked the western military alliance, which has a contingent of 17,000 soldiers (Kfor) stationed in Kosovo, “to do everything to protect peace and security of Serbs in Kosovo”. “Regardless of political and...
  • Ex-terrorist trainee urges reform of radical Islam

    06/26/2007 9:10:35 AM PDT · by george76 · 15 replies · 692+ views
    The Daily Sentinel ^ | June 25, 2007 | MIKE McKIBBIN
    Ending terrorism won’t happen until radical Islam is reformed, a former terrorist-in-training said Monday night ... Born in Egypt to a secular Muslim family, Tawfik Hamid joined the extremist Islamic group Jemma Islamiya while a student in medical school, and said he remembers being preached to by a doctor named Ayman al-Zawahiri, now second-in-command in al-Qaida. “They suppressed my critical thinking and transformed me into a beast from an innocent child,” ... “I regret I became a beast that thought of burning churches and mosques. Fortunately, my conscience and upbringing made me realize what they were teaching was violence and...
  • NUCLEAR TERRORIST 'DOOM' SCENARIO (Clinton Expert: Hiroshima-type bomb in NYC would kill people)

    05/30/2007 6:26:07 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 153 replies · 3,531+ views
    NY Post ^ | May 30, 2007 | GEOFF EARLE
    Half the people in the heart of the city would be killed or badly hurt. Many tens of thousands more would be exposed to radiation and later get cancer. Downtown would be completely "obliterated." These are just some of the chilling details in a soon-to-be-released report of the massive devastation terrorists would inflict if they detonated a Hiroshima-style bomb in a major American city like New York -

    05/29/2007 5:42:51 PM PDT · by kronos77 · 26 replies · 1,734+ views
    Russia is deploying a new series of nuclear tipped missiles with warheads designed with the aid of US supercomputers. The new Russian SS-X-27 missile is being moved directly into deployment with an advanced 550 kiloton nuclear warhead made by the Arzamas-16 nuclear design bureau. The original version of the TOPOL - mod 1 version - is designated the SS-25. This mobile missile is quite capable and can reach the US with a variety of weapons packages, including nuclear warheads of Russian design. In early 1997 Russian Atomic energy officials (MINATOM) admitted that an IBM super-computer was purchased from Europe by...
  • U.S. Selling Out Bosnian Christians to Muslims, Serb Leader Says

    05/25/2007 7:32:47 AM PDT · by Bokababe · 92 replies · 1,523+ views
    Newsmax ^ | Thursday, May 24, 2007 | Kenneth R. Timmerman
    <p>The man who helped overthrow Serbian dictator Slobodan Milosevic says the State Department is pressuring him to hand over Christian Bosnia to its powerful Muslim neighbor, threatening the delicate balance that ended the Bosnian War.</p> <p>The Bosnian Serbian entity was created under the 1995 Dayton peace accords.</p>
  • Serbia will not give up Kosovo for EU membership: PM

    05/19/2007 2:03:14 PM PDT · by kronos77 · 17 replies · 734+ views
    BELGRADE - Serbia will never give up its sovereignty over the breakaway Kosovo province even to gain membership in the European Union, Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said Saturday. "The government is united and decisive in its stance that Serbia will never accept extortion over Kosovo for European integration," Kostunica said in an interview with the state-run Tanjug news agency. Kostunica, a fierce opponent of Kosovo's independence, said there has been no "examples in the history of Europe that one state cedes 15 percent of its territory for any kind of concessions of prizes." "If something like that was useful,...

    Belgrade, 18 May (AKI) - A prominent Bosnian publicist and author has accused a Muslim member of the country's three-man state presidency, Haris Silajdzic, of fostering radical Islamism and of protecting Islamist terrorists connected with Al-Qaeda. Dzevad Galijasevic, author of a trilogy "Epitaph for Bosnia" and former mayor of central Bosnian town of Maglaj, said in an interview to Belgrade weekly NIN on Friday that Bosnia wasn't just a shelter, "but a base from which terrorists are being sent to western countries." Galijasevic, himself a Muslim, said the "Islamisation" of Bosnia didn't start during Bosnia's 1992-1995 civil war, when thousands...
  • Bosnia Muslim charged with torturing Croats

    05/19/2007 1:53:47 PM PDT · by kronos77 · 2 replies · 491+ views
    SARAJEVO, May 18 (Reuters) - The Bosnian war crimes court indicted on Friday a Muslim wartime police commander of torturing Croat prisoners in a Roman Catholic church in southern Bosnia during the brief Croat-Muslim war in 1993. The court charged Zijad Kurtovic, the ex-commander of the military police platoon of the 4th Corps of the Bosnian Muslim-led army, with war crimes against Croat civilians, prisoners of war and violating the laws and practices of warfare. Bosnian Muslims and Croats entered the 1992-95 war as allies against Bosnian Serbs but then fought their own war in 1993-94, which was ended by...
  • Clinton's secret police state (February 2, 1999)

    05/15/2007 4:43:48 PM PDT · by M203M4 · 674+ views
    WND ^ | Posted: February 2, 1999 | Charles Smith
    President Clinton has waged an information war against America. Data accumulated inside the White House has taken prisoners, destroyed lives and provided valuable bounty for criminals. The war is designed to limit freedoms and control political opponents. Recent examples, such as campaigns against Kathleen Willey and Monica Lewinsky, are lurid tips of the White House iceberg. The most fertile ground for information exploited by Clinton is the data stored inside law enforcement computers such as the FBI. The FBI's NCIC system (National Criminal Information Center) is a network of computers erected by all the states that is tied to a...
  • America's Totalitarian Shame (Clinton archives)

    05/15/2007 4:49:40 PM PDT · by M203M4 · 14 replies · 750+ views ^ | April 25, 2000 | David Horowitz
    LET'S BEGIN with the big lie—that Elian Gonzalez was separated from his father by his Cuban-American relatives living in Miami, and that father and son were reunited by Janet Reno's INS storm troopers. (What else can you call them, given their pre-dawn assault on a private home to snatch a child who was not a hostage, at gunpoint?) The entire premise of the Elian drama—that the Miami relatives have kept the boy from his father—is false. Elian was separated from his father not by Lazaro Gonzalez and company, but by Fidel Castro: the world's longest surviving and most sadistic dictator,...
  • Liberty vs. Totalitarianism, Clinton-Style (Clinton archives)

    05/15/2007 5:25:13 PM PDT · by M203M4 · 4 replies · 546+ views ^ | July 1998 | Phyllis Schlafly
    Liberty vs. Totalitarianism, Clinton-Style Monitoring by I.D. and Database Two of the principal mechanisms by which the rulers of 20th century police states maintained their control over their people were the file and the internal passport. These governments kept a cumulative file (called the dangan in Communist China) on every individual's performance and attitudes from school years through adult employment. Citizens carried an internal passport or "papers" that had to be presented to the authorities for permission to travel within the country, to take up residence in another city, or to apply for a new job. These two methods...
  • The ‘conspiracy’ continues — let’s blame the Jews(Ritter mention; Ritter eviscerated on YouTube)

    05/13/2007 9:27:50 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 29 replies · 965+ views
    jewishsf dot com ^ | 5-4-07 | an Airhead
    The disgusting Scott Ritter is mentioned in this article. JOIN THE SCOTT RITTER MOCKING SING-ALONG ON YOUTUBE Friday May 11, 2007 The ‘conspiracy’ continues — let’s blame the Jews by david g. dalin & john f. rothmann Three books, two already in print and one soon to appear, all point readers in the same direction. Taken together, we believe, they represent an unholy trinity of hate, distortion and vituperation that needs to be answered with a clear message. No one should dispute that these volumes have the right to be published, but we have an obligation to expose these views...
  • Whose War Is It Anyway?

    05/10/2007 10:19:55 AM PDT · by Wuli · 8 replies · 727+ views
    National Review ^ | May 10, 2007 | Victor David Hansen
    "The Democrats' excuse-making just doesn’t cut it." ................................ “This war is lost,” Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid recently proclaimed."...... ....................... That pessimism about Iraq is now widely shared by his Democratic colleagues. But many of these converted doves aren’t being quite honest about why they’ve radically changed their views of the war. Most of the serious Democratic presidential candidates — Sens. Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and Christopher Dodd and former Sen. John Edwards — once voted, along with Reid, to authorize the war. Sen. Barack Obama didn’t. But, then, he wasn’t in the Senate at the time. Now these former...
  • Plot illustrates Balkans' role as Islamist foothold

    05/10/2007 9:42:38 AM PDT · by SQUID · 6 replies · 590+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | May 9, 2007 | By Bill Gertz
    The six foreign-born Muslims accused of planning a shooting attack at the U.S. military base included four ethnic Albanians, and U.S. officials say their arrests highlight how Islamist groups are using the Balkans region to help in recruiting and financing terrorism. Prosecutors described the men as "radical Islamists," with four coming from the province of Kosovo in the former Yugoslavia, where the ethnic Albanian population of Muslims fought one of the several wars that grew out of the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Suspect Agron Abdullahu, who faces only weapons violations in the case, was described in court papers...
  • The Danger From Within

    05/09/2007 9:44:21 PM PDT · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 15 replies · 833+ views ^ | 5/9/07 | Pamela Meister
    This week we found out that six Muslim men were arrested and charged with plotting to attack Fort Dix in New Jersey, with the intent of killing as many soldiers as they possibly could in the name of Islamic jihad. They were undone when they brought a video they had made to a retail store to be burned onto a DVD. A store employee's suspicions were aroused by the content - the men shooting assault weapons while shouting "Allah Akbar" (God is great) - and he alerted authorities. Will CAIR get involved in this "violation" of the men's civil rights...
  • U.S. Peacekeeper Beaten in Kosovo

    10/20/2006 5:29:08 AM PDT · by Banat · 43 replies · 1,246+ views
    IHT ^ | 20 OCT 2006 | N/A
    PRISTINA, Serbia A U.S. peacekeeper serving with the NATO-led mission in Kosovo was beaten by three people who attacked him at a petrol station, a U.S. military spokesman said Friday.
  • North Korea Officially Declares Itself a Nuclear Power (U.S. Official Confirms N.K. Nuclear Test)

    10/08/2006 8:07:00 PM PDT · by Lunatic Fringe · 251 replies · 8,681+ views
    Just reported on CNN via South Korea television news.
  • Arizona Builds Moonbat 9/11 Memorial

    09/21/2006 8:11:04 AM PDT · by Uncledave · 4 replies · 1,059+ views
    Red State ^ | 9/21/2006 | Leon H Wolf
    Arizona Builds Moonbat 9/11 Memorial Have Your Duct Tape Handy Before Reading this Story By Leon H Wolf Posted in Liberals — Comments (0) / Email this page » / Leave a comment » This is one of those stories that is so outrageous that you almost assume it's fake - but in this case, there are pictures, so I'm going to go ahead and operate on the assumption that it's true. First things first, I came across this story at the indispensible Ace of Spades HQ (be advised: Ace does not have a no-profanity policy), and he's got...
  • Live Thread of The Path to 911 (Part I) [8- 10:30 pm Eastern - ABC]

    09/10/2006 9:16:53 AM PDT · by mware · 3,509 replies · 123,627+ views
    Freepers evertwhere ^ | 09/10/06 | mware
    <p>I didn't hear if anyone was planning for a live thread of the film tonight. Just in case anyone wants to start early. Some in Australia already have seen part 1.</p>
  • A Secret Hunt Unravels in Afghanistan (Ghost Wars:The CIA and Osama bin Laden 1997-1999)

    09/07/2006 9:10:32 AM PDT · by hipaatwo · 20 replies · 1,305+ views
    Mission to Capture or Kill al Qaeda Leader Frustrated by Near Misses, Political Disputes By Steve Coll February 22, 2004; Page A01 First of two articles. The seeds of the CIA's first formal plan to capture or kill Osama bin Laden were contained in another urgent manhunt -- for Mir Aimal Kasi, the Pakistani migrant who murdered two CIA employees while spraying rounds from an assault rifle at cars idling before the entrance to the CIA's Langley headquarters in 1993. For several years after the shooting, Kasi remained a fugitive in the border areas straddling Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. From...
  • ABC's 'The Path to 9/11' Is Outstanding

    08/23/2006 7:06:12 AM PDT · by ZGuy · 221 replies · 9,030+ views
    Human Events ^ | 8/22/06 | Govindini Murty
    I recently attended an advance screening of ABC’s outstanding, epic miniseries "The Path to 9/11" (airing this September 10-11), and I came away enormously impressed. Writer/producer Cyrus Nowrasteh ("Into the West"), director David Cunningham ("To End All Wars"), and the whole production team have done a magnificent job in presenting the complex events leading up to 9/11 with accuracy, fairness, and artistry. The writing, acting, directing, editing, cinematography, and overall story-telling are first-rate. "The Path to 9/11" is fast-paced and thoroughly gripping the entire way. The five-hour miniseries (aired over two nights) is based on the 9/11 Commission report, and...
  • Mugabe Admits Land-Grab Failure

    08/14/2006 6:55:02 PM PDT · by blam · 43 replies · 1,519+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 8-15-2006 | Peta Thorncroft
    Mugabe admits land-grab failure By Peta Thornycroft in Harare (Filed: 15/08/2006) President Robert Mugabe admitted yesterday that Zimbabweans were "begging" for food because of his mass seizure of white-owned farms. After years of official claims that his land policies would improve production and guarantee self-sufficiency, he confessed that many of those awarded white-owned farms were doing nothing with their gains. "If farming is not in your blood, switch to what you are good at," Mr Mugabe told supporters in the capital, Harare. "We want those with land to use it. We don't want to keep begging for food." Zimbabwe has...
  • SR-82 Urging the Clinton Administration IRT Iranian purchases of C-802 Missiles. 5 May 1997

    07/16/2006 5:32:32 AM PDT · by Wristpin · 18 replies · 1,037+ views
    SENATE RESOLUTION 82--EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE TO URGE THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION RELATIVE TO C-802 CRUISE MISSILES (Senate - May 05, 1997) [Page: S3968] Mr. BENNETT (for himself, Mr. D'Amato, Mr. Helms, Mr. Dodd, Mr. Ashcroft, Mrs. Hutchison, and Mr. Brownback) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations: S. Res. 82 Whereas the United States escort vessel U.S.S. Stark was struck by a cruise missile , causing the death of 37 United States sailors; Whereas the China National Precision Machinery Import Export Corporation is marketing the C-802 model cruise missile for use against...
  • Pakistan 'delay let bin Laden escape US raid'

    01/28/2006 5:00:16 PM PST · by Dog · 143 replies · 6,766+ views
    Telegraph ^ | Jan 29 2001 | Massoud Ansari
    Prevarication by the Pakistani government cost America the chance to kill Osama bin Laden in an airstrike near the Afghan border two years ago, the Sunday Telegraph has been told. A CIA lead that the al-Qaeda leader was hiding in a remote province was squandered because the Pakistani government delayed giving permission for the attack on its soil, according to a senior Western diplomat.By the time US officials got the go-ahead, bin Laden had left the suspected hideout in Zhob, in the Baluchistan province of south-west Pakistan.The near-miss was cited by the diplomat as the reason why America chose not...
  • Red Chinese deploy their first AWACS

    02/25/2005 6:28:35 AM PST · by Jeff Head · 153 replies · 5,806+ views
    Multiple Web Sources, including SinoDefence | February 25, 2005 | Jeff Head
    The People's Republic of China, after more than a decade of efforts which saw the cancellation of an intital Israeli project to provide them with the capability (at the behest of the United States), have now produced their own first modern AWACS aircraft and placed them in service. The aircraft are based on the Russian Beriev A-50 Mainstay airframe but use wholly Chinese created phased array radar components housed in a non-rotating dome, providing 360 degree coverage. Two aircraft have been built and two more are rapidly being completed for placing in service. Capabilities of the Chinese phased array system...
  • Hearings Won't Make Us Safe Sins of omission and the 9/11 commission.

    03/25/2004 3:46:54 AM PST · by Elkiejg · 12 replies · 375+ views
    WSJ ^ | 3/25/04 | Peggy Noonan
    <p>Everyone seemed distressingly reasonable. The testifiers all offered long and understandable stories as to why they took the decisions they took, or didn't take decisions, or couldn't possibly have taken them. About halfway through Sandy Berger's testimony I remembered the words of the film director Jean Renoir: "The terrible thing about life is that everyone has his reasons."</p>
  • DFU RADIO HOUR: "Losing bin Laden" author Richard Miniter!!! -- Thurs. 9-18, 8pm Eastern

    09/18/2003 8:33:06 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 19 replies · 194+ views
    FreeRepublic | 9-18-03 | dfu
    Program: The DFU Radio Hour on Radio Free Republic Date: Thursday, Sept 18, 2003 Time: 8pm Eastern, 5pm Pacific Guest: My guest tonight for 20-30 minutes is Richard Miniter, author of LOSING BIN LADEN - How Bill Clinton's Failures Unleashed Global Terror. Then, we will have open lines for you to call: 866.723.4637; 888.802.9293 Don't miss this show. This is the Clinton legacy. ==================================================Click the ON AIR sign or here at broadcast time to start listening live!Click here for the broadband feed (when and where available)Click here for the Radio Freerepublic Chat RoomRadio FreeRepublic shows archives are available here!
  • FirstEnergy Scrutinized in Blackout Probe

    08/16/2003 7:13:11 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 10 replies · 243+ views
    The Long Beach Press Telegram ^ | Aug 16, 8:35 PM EDT | THOMAS J. SHEERAN
    AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- The effort to nail down the source of the massive blackout turned Saturday to northern Ohio, where the power system is operated by FirstEnergy Corp., the nation's fourth-largest investor owned utility.Akron-based FirstEnergy has 16 power plants and an annual revenue of more than $12 billion, with a service area that stretches from Ohio to New Jersey.The company is accustomed to scrutiny.Its Davis-Besse nuclear plant east of Toledo has been shut down since February 2002, when it was closed for maintenance. A month later, a leak was found that had allowed boric acid to eat nearly through...
  • Clinton Environmental Policy Sabotaged the Shuttle

    02/04/2003 4:15:00 PM PST · by kattracks · 58 replies · 784+ views ^ | 2/04/03 | Carl Limbacher and Staff
    Thank fussy "environmentalists" from the Clinton administration for the substandard but politically correct foam that NASA thinks caused the Columbia disaster. "NASA engineers have known for at least five years that insulating foam could peel off the space shuttle's external fuel tanks and damage the vital heat-protecting tiles that the space agency says were the likely 'root cause' of Saturday's shuttle disaster," the Philadelphia Inquirer noted today in an article by Knight Ridder News Service. So why was such a crummy substance used in such a crucial capacity, with the lives of seven astronauts at stake? Because "environmentalists" fretting...
  • Bugbear’ worm continues to bite

    10/05/2002 12:36:33 PM PDT · by scab4faa · 14 replies · 223+ views ^ | 10/4/02 | msnbc
    Oct. 4 — The Bugbear worm continued to spread Friday, threatening to become the worst virus outbreak since Klez. Most antivirus firms raised their threat assessment of the worm late this week, after initially suggesting it wouldn’t spread much. One firm has already stopped over 100,000 copies of it. Bugbear packs a treacherous payload: it installs a keylogger on infected systems, so it can watch everything a victim types and steal information like passwords and account numbers.
  • $1 trillion lawsuit filed by September 11 families

    08/15/2002 8:08:02 AM PDT · by mikenola · 80 replies · 309+ views
    CNN ^ | 8-15-02
    <p>WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A 15-count, $1 trillion lawsuit was filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by more than 500 relatives of people who died in the September 11 attacks.</p> <p>Calling themselves Families United to Bankrupt Terrorism, they are suing seven international banks; eight Islamic foundations, charities and their subsidiaries; individual terrorist financiers; the Saudi bin Laden Group; three Saudi princes; and the government of Sudan for allegedly bankrolling al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden and the Taliban.</p>