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November 13, 2012
Why We Need New “Rules of War”

From Slate Original article available here Some people worry about the use of drones—unmanned aerial vehicles—in warfare. Others are concerned ab...

November 13, 2012
Facebook Silencing a Women’s Uprising?

From Now Lebanon Original article available here The Uprising of Women in the Arab World, a women’s rights group that launched during the Arab Spring a...

November 13, 2012
‘The Fight Over Medical Marijuana’

From The New York Times Original article available here Our federal marijuana policy is increasingly out of step with both the values of American citizens and...

November 13, 2012
Armored Truck With Cameras Will Roam St. Pete Neighborhoods

From FOX 13 Original article available here ST. PETERSBURG (FOX 13) - Coming soon to a St. Petersburg neighborhood near you: an armored truck that you cann...

November 13, 2012
DHS Sounds The Alarm On The 'Terrorist Implications' Of Food Trucks

From Techdirt Original article available here It's interesting (or maybe just kind of sad) that various government agencies see possible terrorists every...

November 13, 2012
220 Marijuana Cases Already Dismissed in Legalized Washington

From Salon Original article available here Less than a week ago, voters in Washington State approved the legalization of recreational marijuana use. Prosecut...

November 13, 2012
That Dog May Cost You $100,000 a Day

From The North County Times Original article available here California’s latest experiment in faith-based policymaking is being unleashed today on the ...

November 12, 2012
Florida Man Told His Vegetable Garden Violates Appearance Codes

From The Blaze Original article available here Although most might plant vegetable gardens in their back yards, a Florida man opted for the front — and...

November 12, 2012
Missing War Records Complicate Benefit Claims by Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans

From ProPublica Original article available here A strange thing happened when Christopher DeLara filed for disability benefits after his tour in Iraq: The U....

November 12, 2012
Did Skype Give a Private Company Data on Teen WikiLeaks Supporter?

From Slate Original article available here Skype’s privacy credentials took a hit in July over a refusal to comment on whether it could eavesdrop on conversat...

November 09, 2012
Supreme Court Weighing Genetic Privacy

From Wired Original article available here Supreme Court justices are to meet privately Friday to weigh whether they will hear a major genetic-privacy case t...

November 09, 2012
California Votes to Reform “Three Strikes”

From Salon Original article available here Yesterday California voted overwhelmingly to soften the “Three Strikes” law, which imposed 25-to-life ...

November 09, 2012
Military Stats Reveal Epicenter of US Drone War

From Wired Original article available here Forget Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and all the other secret little warzones. The real center of the U.S. drone campa...

November 08, 2012
US Muslim Placed on No-Fly List is Unable to See His Ailing Mother

From The Guardian Original article available here In April of this year, Saadiq Long, a 43-year-old African-American Muslim who now lives in Qatar, purchased...

November 08, 2012
US WikiLeaks Criminal Probe ‘Ongoing,’ Judge Reveals

From Wired Original article available here A 2-year-old federal grand jury probe into the secret-spilling website WikiLeaks is still “ongoing,” a...

November 08, 2012
Bradley Manning Offers to Plead Guilty to Partial Charges, Including Leaking to WikiLeaks

From Wired Original article available here In a surprising turn of events, accused WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning offered on Wednesday to plead guilty to p...

November 08, 2012
Robot Attacks Are on Deck for Obama’s Next Term

From Wired Original article available here When Barack Obama took office, drone strikes were a once-in-a-while thing, with an attack every week or two. Now, ...

November 08, 2012
Tasered for Suffering a Seizure, Man Says

From Courthouse News Service Original article available here (CN) - Police permanently injured a man's brain by Tasering him repeatedly in response to a ...

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