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Mumbai terrorist: I was ordered to kill 'until the last breath'

a shared story    395 weeks 4 days 4 hours 38 minutes ago
The sole Mumbai gunman captured alive has told police he was trained in Pakistan and ordered to “kill until the last breath”, according to a leaked account of his interrogation. Azam Amir Kasab, 21, a Pakistani national, claimed the terror strikes, which left nearly 200 dead, were...(more) 

Bush ignores reality. Fact Check: Bush on Al Qaida, Iraqis

a shared story    432 weeks 1 day 14 hours 31 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush brought up al-Qaida 14 times Wednesday in a 26-minute speech marking the anniversary of the Iraq war. He wasn't coy about his point: If America stops fighting in Iraq, there could well be new attacks at home by Osama bin Laden's...(more) 

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Car jumps curb in Mission District, badly injuring pedestrian

a shared story    404 weeks 3 days 20 hours 1 minute ago
A driver was arrested after his car jumped a curb today in San Francisco's Mission District and seriously injured a pedestrian, police said.  

SF Mayor's security bill under lock and key

a shared story    365 weeks 6 days 20 hours 27 minutes ago
Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi is on a mission to find out whether the mayor is using city police officers to provide him security even when he's on the campaign trail or on vacation, and how much that security costs. Mirkarimi says he's been trying to get...  

Torture by any other name...Bush to CIA: 'Leave No Marks'

a shared story    461 weeks 6 days 17 hours 26 minutes ago
A few weeks ago, with some hub-bub, the administration that tortures people agreed not to torture people any more. Kind of... In this great piece, Nat Hentoff reveals that nothing's really changed. More newspeak from Big Brother Bush... From the article: "On July 20, George W. Bush...(more) 

Ex-Bush admin official: Many at Gitmo are innocent

a shared story    380 weeks 6 hours 6 minutes ago
Many detainees locked up at Guantanamo were innocent men swept up by U.S. forces unable to distinguish enemies from noncombatants, a former Bush administration official said Thursday. "There are still innocent people there," Lawrence B. Wilkerson, a Republican who was chief of staff to then-Secretary of...(more) 

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Bin Laden warns EU over Prophet cartoons

a shared story    432 weeks 1 day 14 hours 33 minutes ago
DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden threatened the European Union with grave punishment on Wednesday over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.  

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Dalai Lama says Obama not soft on China

a shared story    344 weeks 4 days 19 hours 58 minutes ago
The Dalai Lama defended President Barack Obama from criticism that he has been too soft on China, saying Sunday that the U.S. leader just has a different approach to dealing with the Asian giant. Obama made his first trip to China as president last week and has...(more) 

S.F. planning board moves bike plan forward

a shared story    365 weeks 6 days 20 hours 24 minutes ago
As expected, the San Francisco Planning Commission certified the Environmental Impact Report for the city's far-reaching bike plan. Thursday night's unanimous vote was needed to move the plan forward. The proposal now goes before the San Francisco Municipal...  

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Battle for Mumbai ends, death toll rises to 195

a shared story    395 weeks 6 days 4 hours 33 minutes ago
AFP - Commandos Saturday killed the last remaining gunmen in Mumbai's Taj Hotel to end a devastating attack by Islamic militants on India's financial capital that left 195 dead, including 22 foreigners . 

Justices Rule for Individual Gun Rights

a shared story    418 weeks 20 hours 51 minutes ago
This is a great and fair ruling. And incidentally, I think all liberals should own guns. Seriously. From the story: "The high court’s ruling was the first since 1939 to deal with the scope of the Second Amendment, and the first ever to directly address the...(more) 

Nevada governor vetoes domestic partnership bill

a shared story    370 weeks 3 days 9 hours 37 minutes ago
Gov. Jim Gibbons vetoed a law Monday that would give domestic partners, whether gay or straight, many of the rights and benefits that Nevada offers to married couples. Gibbons said in a statement released during the Memorial Day holiday that Senate Bill 283 conflicts with a state...(more) 

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