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Headline News: March 31, 2005

The Discovery of the Sequani Calendar

Stonehenge and The Sequani Calendar

The tombs of King David, King Solomon
and the Queen of Sheba Discovered

2005 Prophecy or Scientific Forecasting

Tunnel Vision


Energy Surges Continue to Hit Planet

Mark of the Beast: THE PATENT

~ by Brian Desborough

The Great Equalizer
~ by John V. Panella

Ancient Atlantean Teachings on the “Lizards”

Sleepwalking to disaster in Iran

We are visited and controlled by UFOs
from the M15 Globular Star Cluster

By any standard, the ongoing American occupation of Iraq
is a disaster.

JFK Jr. Murder Papers


Federal Appeals Court Rejects Latest Appeal
by Schiavo's Parents to Get Her
Feeding Tube Reconnected

Scientists Confirm Source of Energy Surges Hitting Earth
as Mysterious Viruses from Regions Hit
By these Energy Surges Continue to Spread

U.S. agency poised for big border security operation

CDC Halts Thyroid Study Funding

Minuteman Project Pushes Back

$16 Million Plea Deal in Riggs Bank Drama
Accepted by Judge


Officer Punished For Handcuffing Doctor
Rushing To Deliver Baby

Russia unable to handle the problem of rebellious regions

Russia loses one million people every year

Geneticists exposes insincere believers

Earth's axis displacement to result in monstrous global changes

The Revolution Starts Now

Rich Man's War

F The CC

Steve Earle - The Revolution

We Can't Make It Here
James McMurtry

Tuberculosis Cases in Africa Tripled Since 1990

Dark Chocolate Found To Be Good For Your Health

Three Strikes for Empire

Gospel of Judas back in spotlight after 20 centuries

'Venus de Beit She'an' debuts in Jerusalem

Is the Kuiper Belt Slowing the Pioneer Spacecraft?

Picking Up Where the Genesis Mission Left Off

Moon Fountains

Medusa Fossae Formation On Mars

Janus: God Of Beginnings

Changes In Earth's Tilt Control When Glacial Cycles End

Survey Enhances Knowledge Of Tuscan Landslides

Study highlights global decline

Scales tip with tiniest mass yet

Headline News: March 30, 2005


Cuba Turns to Asia for Friends and Capital

Firemen REFUSE to Put Out Fires

The Last Crusade of the Templars

Sri Lanka rebel threat seen as pressure tactic

Sri Lanka enters into pact with Iran

Milk drinking 'linked' to ovarian cancer

Swedish Children for Sale

Statistics about Nutritional deficiency

Nutritional Deficiency and Its Symptoms

Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency
A Global Assessment

Can ADHD Result from Nutritional Deficiency?

Killer germs plaguing Phillipines

Not Enough Vaccine,
What Should You Do?

Modern Plague with an Ancient Cure


Pentagon Chief Escalates
Threats against Venezuela

The US comes out fighting with F-16s

Swords and Sandals

Is America the SS Titanic?
History's Enduring Morality Tale

The Voynich Solution

New Details on F.B.I. Aid for Saudis After 9/11

Arkansas Soldier Defends Reason for
Going to Canada to Avoid War in Iraq

Israeli forces raid Jenin


Gang will target Minuteman vigil on Mexico border

Chihuahua Terrorizes Postal Workers

Mud Wrestling Soldiers Should Be Punished

Easter Bunny Gets Pummeled By Boy At Mall

Russian Scientists Say No Noah’s Arc on Mount Ararat

The Last Digestive

Hair is good source of stem cells

Has the Galactic Superwave of 2012 Begun?

Flying Saucers Returning To Aztec, New Mexico!

Space station crew releases tiny satellite by hand

Ancient city of Pedasa to rise from the ruins

Unstoppable Creepy Crawlers

Husband-and-wife team suggests an intriguing solution
to the puzzle of The Voynich Manuscript



Crossing the Treeline

Wartime injury finally brings Sir Patrick down to Earth

Who Dares, Wins ... Or Do They?

New NASA Image of Earth Seen Through Gamma-Ray Eyes

'Seeds of a Revolution' Could Help Change NASA

Plants Challenge Genetic Inheritance Laws

Brazil terminates agreement with IMF

Baltic States:
The truth about the Soviet "occupation"
The German occupation of the Baltic countries
was the real occupation

The myth of the Commonwealth of Independent States
is about to end

Nuclear Analysis Reveals Secrets Of Inca Burial Site

Gibraltar clash over £2bn treasure

Old Chinese camp unearthed in N.Z.

Scientists Study Anasazi Calender

St Pete researchers find tattoos on ancient Siberian mummies

An ossuary supposedly linked to Jesus was a windfall
for a Canadian museum. Now Israel has declared it a fake and
jailed its promoter, and the museum has some
explaining to do.

The aftermath of fraud
In wake of Poehlman affair

Foot-and-mouth research at risk

Is RNA inheritance possible?

Secrets Of Whales' Long-Distance Songs Unveiled

India Accuses Nuclear Superpowers
Of Turning Blind Eye To Nuke Bazaar

Israeli army uses ambulances to transport soldiers, weapons

Mystery Minerals Formed In
Dinosaur-Destroying Asteroid Fireball

Still a danger of big tsunami from Indonesian quake

Leaking pipeline causes oil spill in Alaska

Towns Pioneer Wind Power

Downward earth movement failed to trigger tsunami

Tasmanian Devils Decimated by Mystery Cancer

Jupiter Moon May Have Life

Headline News: March 27, 2005

Discourse on Voluntary Servitude

America's Path to Socialism

Free Culture


Theft by Government of Fiction

The Federal Mob and it's 50 Thieves

Brushaber v. Union Pacific Railroad Company

Justice Denied - U.S. v. Simkanin

Revised Statues of the United States of 1874

Revenue Acts of 1921 - 1926 - 1928 - 1932 - 1934 -1936

Internal Revenue Code of 1939

Imagine -- no IRS


Hospice Patients Alliance Blasts Hospice Agencies
That Terrorize the Chronically Disabled

Scientology, Clearwater Bar Association and Judge Greer

The Bar, Insurance Fraud and Murder

Some pertinent answers and logical suppositions
to the major questions raised by the most baffling mass murders
in the history of Texas

Clark Kent Ervin was hired by his friend President Bush
to expose flaws in homeland security.
Trouble was, he did.


Wal-Mart (Wally World) Director Resigns After Probe

TSA Misled Public on Personal Data

New Evidence of Alleged Assault, Abuse Surfaces in Schiavo Case

Muslims Suspend Laws of Physics!

White House considers MI-5-type security division

War Summit -
Bush, Sharon Meet To Plan Iran Attack

Exposing Condi Rice

The Fever of Revolution

Bush’s Claims of Middle East Triumph Are Premature

Woman Charged In Hugging Muggings

Pan That Cooked Virgin Mary Sandwich Auctioned

First Grader Thinks Crack Is Candy

Easter Bunny Arrested For Harassment

Turtle Has Satan Image After Surviving Fire

Can Being Too Clean Cause More Harm Than Good?

Tons Of Experimental Biotech Corn
Inadvertently Shipped To Consumers

Scientists Grow Adult Stem Cells from Nose

Terry Schiavo in Bible Code?

Woman Pelts Robbery Suspect With Bananas

Scientist at center of Mars flap speaks out

War as business of scavengers

Cuba to present nine counts against Washington
in Human Rights Commission

Cheaters never prosper,
unless they play Major League Baseball

USA to crush Turkmenistan's economy

Inside an Argentine death camp

Monstrous tsunami likely to hit Russia's Far East

Whipping therapy cures depression and suicide crises

EU requires new biometrical passports for Russia

Mortals and saints can remain physically immortal after death

Mysterious amphibious human-like creature spotted in the Caspian Sea

Phenomenon of reincarnation still mystifies modern scientists

Russia to produce unique flying weather lab

Bin Laden And Tora Bora -
The Facts About The Failed Manhunt

The Neverending Settlements

Oil's Starry Night

Where to build a power station to save the world?

Law and order among insects

Scientists may use mammoth cells for cloning

Corpses Frozen for Future Rebirth

Bamboo slips shed light on rise of Great Wall

Herod’s villa becomes outdoor museum

Ancient city of Pedasa to rise from the ruins

Preserved soft tissue found in dinosaur bone

Did NAFTA Cause Neanderthal Extinction?

Longest Wall of Ancient Iran

Coins, Buddha head, stucco pieces discovered at Taxila

Scientists Outraged over Damage to 'Hobbit' Remains

Mummy specialists uncover secrets of ancient Egyptian queen

Peruvian family claims Machu Picchu

Tales from the crypt that bury
Medici history in ever deeper mystery

Face of History's Forgotten Ruler on Display

Merritt Island dig reveals evidence of ancient village

Pharaonic fortress found inside turquoise mines in Sinai

Collapsed riverbank exposes host of sunken vessels

Neolithic find shows UAE desert site was once green

Libya's Ubari and Murzuq Sand Seas

Asteroid Created a Rain of Rock

Warming Up To A Martian Carcass

Martian Fire And Ice

Climate: A Hard Look At The Long Term

World's Largest Rainforest Drying Experiment
Completes First Phase

World In A Water Drop

Comparing The Triad Of Great Moons

Headline News: March 26, 2005

Global Tax Is Here

Bush decries border project
Bush wants to stop ranchers and farmers
from protecting their own property

FBI to Create Group to Study Gun Law

Annan's son received at least 300,000 dollars from Cotecna

Expert witness minimizes effect of priests' sex abuse

'Mr. Fox, Tear Down Those Walls!'

Immigration, Outsourcing, Our Incipient Police State
Greater Threats Than Terrorism

MPs call for re-write on laws of creation

Scumbaglia and the Idiot Cult Members Poisoning America's Future

Pinochet murder case blocked

This is why the US government is criticizing
Venezuela’s purchase of arms

US billionaires on the rise - roads, bridges in decay

Diving Into falluja

Iranian Exile Says Uranium Enriched at Secret Site

Minnesota School Shooter Wore Bullet-Proof Vest

National ID Bill Masquerading As Immigration Reform

Headline News: March 21, 2005

Terri Schiavo: A Family Tragedy
Exploited by the Media, Government, and Politics

William Shirer

Bush's Bureaucracy Stiffs Wounded Vets
by Texan Jim Hightower

Jowell's husband 'misled' inquiry

Greece in revolt as scandals sweep the Orthodox church

Scans that read your mind fuel ethical worries

The Perfect Terrorist Plan
To Level The Twin Towers - Created In 1976

IBM and the Microchipped Population

Energy prices more pressing than steroids

We have been here before
The crisis over the McCartney killing won't sink the IRA.
But it may give Adams and McGuinness new leverage

Social Security is unearned income

Reforms take the security out of Social Security

Tempers flare in US-EU subsidies dispute

Powerful earthquake slams Kyushu

Texas mission fades

In this universe, where words rarely sync with reality,
Bush is nothing more than a blind hypocrite;
his inaugural speech was nothing more than a continued policy
of broken and empty promises.

Texas homeowners ,
Stand Your Ground !
Don't sleep too sound
lest your bedroom walls come crumbling down

Illegal Contracts, Disappearing Funds,
Millionaire Attorneys, Kangaroo Courts, Stolen Homes
Homeowner association attorneys target the
weakest members of society ,
just like a pack of snarling wolves!


Government Involvement In
America's Homeowner Association Foreclosures
It seems like everyone is on the take


Our family scrimped and sacrificed and fought
for our country for 20 years in our military
Our nightmare started when we came home and
neighbors declared that the home we bought
belonged to a homeowners association

In Our View: Fluoride fracas:
State should keep paddle out of our pond

House Majority Leader Tom DeLay's
pipeline of corporate cash to influence Texas elections
ignored the spirit and intent of the law

The quirks of living outside of Texas

Houston legislator's proposed cheerleader law
part of misguided trend to
let government play taste police

Texas takes alternative route
State ahead of schedule to meet its mandate on power

Iranian president answers USA
Khatami ridicules Washington

Investigators arrest Russian retired colonel
in connection with Chubais attack

Russia's new defense machine, the Terminator,
marks new generation of Russian weaponry

Asexuals, new type of sexual minority, to conquer the world

Russian millionaire adds unique retro car to his collection

Origin of the Moon still remains a puzzle for scientists

Stem cells popularity triggers fraud in Russian medicine

The smart capsule is made to activate the release of insulin at the right place

Virgins and premarital sexual contacts

Doctors cut man's micro-penis off and grow it on his forearm

Get to the meat!
USA Interfering in Egyptian Political Changes

Lebanon's twin marches

North Sea crater shows its scars

Archaeologist discovers ancient ships in Egypt

Exploring the Sun Through Ancient Civilizations

Evidence of Confederations of Cuban Indigenous Peoples

Central Asia was cradle of ancient Persian religion

Pumpkintown dig finds ancient colony in USA
Dating back as much as 4,000 years

The Sand Dune Forgotten by Time

New Machines Could Turn Homes Into Small Factories

Hourglass Shaped Craters Filled With Traces Of Glaciers

En Route To Mars, Via The Moon

Climate Change Inevitable In 21st Century

Moving Day For Tehran

Cassini Finds An Atmosphere On Saturn's Moon Enceladus

Chandra Probes High-voltage Auroras On Jupiter

Pakistan's Musharraf Vows To Strengthen Nuclear Program

Headline News: March 20, 2005


NESARA/ Dove/ Omega Scam
Yields Millions

New tsunami fear as scientists find
dangerous stresses on ocean floor

Like Nazi Germany, And To the Worlds Horror,
the United States Begins Murders of
Sick Children and Disabled

Aztec UFO Crash-1950!

States and Communities Battling
Another Round of Base Closings

Candidate to Lead World Bank
Gets Thumbs Down in Europe

UN in dramatic climbdown after American pressure

Homeland Security Officials Refute RFID Reports

Attorney General Responsible for Killing
Jeff Gannon Investigation Now In Direct Violation
of U.S. Law

Bush wielding secrecy privilege to end suits

Rebel spy to stand against Blair

GQ Magazine inks major spread on gay Republicans;
Bush official denies RNC chief Mehlman is gay,
contradicting earlier reports

St. Petersburg 5-year-old cuffed after school outburst

The Next Pandemic

Aliens Behind the Super Powers and Super Alliances

Deadly Silences

Video games Train Warfighters

Protestants Guilty Too!
Agents with the FBI's Violent Crimes Task Force
arrested a Christian radio station personality
as part of a child pornography investigation.

White House Heavily Redacts Clinton Papers

Chewing gum can 'enhance breasts'

Mexican president tells U.S. to control extremists

Church secretly sells Arab Jerusalem properties to Zionists

Senate backs exploitation of Alaskan wildlife refuge

Doctors identify drug-resistant 'rapid' Aids virus

Poll shows French cooling on EU treaty

Dead squid wash up in California again

Equine behavioral expert offers tips to British educators

5-Year-Old Girl Handcuffed, Arrested
At Fla. Elementary School
More of that BUSH compassion

School Pays $10,000 For Boy's Haircut

A pet chihuahua dog has adopted a baby chick in China.

Brain Breakthrough:
Scientists Know What You'll Do

'Mein Kampf' becomes a bestseller in Turkey

13 things that do not make sense

Rumsfeld’s New Plans

The Religion of Planned Parenthood

Where is Charles Martel?

Headline News: March 16, 2005

Living In the Mountains Healthy For the Heart

US soldier gets 45 days in jail for forcing Iraqis off bridge

Hacker Heading to Jail for Six Months

March 16, 1896, the United States Supreme Court
issued a verdict that cost Texas an entire county.

Forecasters predict snow in Texas, Oklahoma

Texas sets new monthly gas price record

Philanthropist faces tax evasion and obscenity charges

Study links autism, mercury emissions

The Propaganda Czar from Paris + Texas

Anti-drug crusader was on meth, coke

Italy 'to pull troops from Iraq'

If the U.S. government doesn't plan to occupy Iraq
for any longer than necessary,
why is it spending billions of dollars
to build "enduring" bases?


George Bush:
World Class Monster


Ex-WorldCom Chief Ebbers Convicted of Fraud

Assad Secretly Deploys
Joint Iranian-Syrian Units in Lebanon

Converging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups
in Middle East send strong message to
Iran and Syria

Patriot crews heading to exercise in Israel

Hearings Focus on $100 Billion Army Plan

"The Chinese Miracle Will End Soon"

An exclusive, in-depth interview with journalist Dahr Jamail
on what is really going on in Iraq

Diana Death Crash: 'Intended Car Wouldn't Start'

Former Dentist Accused Of Squirting Semen
Into Mouths Of Patients

Task Force calls for North American bloc by 2010

Watson Promotes Preventative Eugenics

U.S. catches China transferring WMD tech to Iran

Rice Says U.S. Concerned by China Military Build-Up

9-11 on Trial Cracks Mainstream Media!

Bush administration clears US troops
in slaying of Calipari and wounding of Sgrena

Tears, hope fill rally for Schiavo

U.S. response has worsened terror risk

The Spoils of War

Are Nanobacteria Making Us Ill?

CIA Venture Group And Motorola Arm
Invest In Emerging 3-D Biometrics

Psychologist Sentenced For Lying
To Commit Neighbor In Feud

Teacher Accused Of Assaulting 12-Year-Old Student

Mother of us all, or sister? Olmecs a puzzle

You’ve Got Mail
Supplicants send their mail to the unseen powers that be

Neanderthals sang like sopranos

Egypt plans to renovate ancient temple

Robot Finds Life in the Desert

Helium-Richest Stars Found

Examining A Little Crater Before
Moving On Toward Vostok

North Korea Threatens To Build
More Nuclear Bombs To Deter War Drills

Women more affected by binge drinking

New Fairy Shrimp Species Found in Idaho

Why it is hard to share the wealth

USA and Venezuela spar over deliveries of Russian arms

Ten Russian banks blacklisted for money laundering

Yeti originates from mentally unbalanced individuals

138,000 messages addressed to aliens

Significance of Jerusalem in Islam, Judaism and Christianity

Headline News: March 15, 2005

Simulations Reveal Surprising News About Black Holes

Cleopatra seduced the Romans
with her irresistible . . . mind

Darius bas relief,
Babylonian inscription unearthed in Bushehr

More research needed on Delhi Iron Pillar

Viking sagas read through the lens of climate change

Rover Sees a Dust Devil on Mars

The Martian Frozen Sea

Himalaya's Melting Glaciers Threaten Regional Water Crisis

Prison Without Charge: Haiti Political Prisoners

Jennin remembers Rachel Corrie

GAO Called US Government Tapes
Illegal Propaganda

It's Official! "Iraq Coverage Wasn't Biased"

The shadow of secrecy in an open society

A Stupid War to Die In

Father Loses Home and Business
for Teaching His Children to Work


Disinforming the Public


Extra-terrestrial underwater experiments near Sumatra
– are they trying to diffuse a super volcano repeat eruption
like the one 74,000 years back

Disturbing Trend Toward Federal Police

Warrantless Texas searches get scrutiny

Lu, in Texas, speaks out against `anti-secession' law

Woman Who Won Institution Lawsuit Dies
Texas Style Justice- Secession Needed Now

'Tree-Power' Could be Future Energy Source

Headline News: March 14, 2005

Bless the Beasts and the Children
Photographer for White House child sex ring arrested
after Thompson suicide

CNN News Chief Who Suggeted Iraq Journalists
Were Targeted for Assassination is Forced to Resign

Cameraman shot dead in Iraq

How Many Americans are Really Dying in Iraq?

US Government Fails to Defend Its Own Citizens

More Newspeak

Separation of Sport and State?

US 'Hallucinating' Over Nuclear Negotiations-Iran

China to open 'Confucius College' in France

Growing fears credit boom may implode

Fireball sighted over Pacific Northwest

Ex-Judge Jailed For Using Cough Medicine

Egyptian and Arab legal experts said the
US's new global anti-Semitism monitoring law
was biased, and illegitimate.
(Bush's New Excuse for War)

Let's talk democracy!
The US has little basis upon which to lecture
the rest of the world on near enough anything

Growing anger at arrests

Democracy and disparity
The US is threatening Syria

Thus spoke Bush Is Bush getting serious about Palestine?
or just cutting his losses?


Russian man lives normal life with a still heart

Unique book on space exploration published in Russia

Communists prepare to launch most powerful propaganda ever

Georgia bans the deployment of foreign army bases
on its territory and ousts Russian military

Retired officer traffics Russian women to work
as prostitutes in Germany

China ready to attack Taiwan

Headline News: March 12, 2005

The umbilical cord to our destiny
was snapped
($100.00 Reward)


Passive Genocide In Iraq

Senator Lautenberg spins GAO report on guns to terrorize public

Spy Fly
Tiny, winged robot to mimic nature's fighter jets


Toilet Paper Tax

Atlanta Judge, 2 Others Killed in Courthouse Shooting
or U.S. Injustice Fomenting the Revolution?

Bracing for a Bankruptcy Rush

Prisoners at Abu Ghraib Said Included Kids

US Homeland Security Department hires liaison to
work with (more like CONTROL) movie makers

Alternative browser spyware infects IE

Blair's Anti-Terrorism Law Wins Approval

Top U.N.(US CONTROLLED) Envoy to Present Syria With Ultimatum

Bush strikes deal with Europeans over Iran

China rejects US appeal to reconsider
Taiwan anti-secession law

To know it is to fight it

Hariri reportedly assassinated to make way
for large US air base in Lebanon

$1 Million to Keep Terri Schiavo Alive

Even castles aren't safe as the Poles invade Germany
(Faked Sensationalism? Yellow Journalism)

Cat Shoots Owner

Moscow scientists develop water-scalpel
to extract explosive from outdated nuclear reactors

Russian army officers receive
free condoms with new uniforms

Woman steals man's sperm after oral sex to get pregnant
(or she doesn't swallow)
Illegal use of sperm?
(They have laws on this?)

American journalists don't know where Slovakia is
(Told ya Bush was in CONTROL of the Press!)

New erotic kit guarantees 100 percent distant sex
(Remember it is still illegal for a Texan to have one in the car)

Tony Blair-s Africa recovery plan
(or Moron will spend more of your tax money to solve nothing at all)

Iran snubs US incentives,
says will continue nuclear programme

Sunlight in a tube

Why is yawning contagious?

Headline News: March 11, 2005

The feeling of love strongly depends
on aromas and hormones

FBI linked to US Citizens' disappearance

Hey, Look at Me, Everybody: I'm Evil! Who's Next?

Butt Prints In The Sand

News Media Told Not To Interview 'Terrorist Groups

"Republic of Texas" Again Pushes for Independence

Land of 'Murka'

Report: U.S. food supply vulnerable

Refugee admits to role in Bosnia massacre

Notes on violence

Shadowy Samsons


Mysterious deaths weaken the ‘left-wing media’ myth

Hitler had an atomic bomb

Lost City 'changes our ideas about where life can live'

First-Grader Suspended Because Mom Wouldn't Spank Him

Police Who Rescued Men
Bill Them 'For Being Ignorant'

Japan's desperate housewives happy
to pay for sexual healing

Our Preferred Poison
A little mercury is all that humans need to do away
with themselves quietly, slowly, and surely

Oldest Walking Hominid

Studies back up strange tale of tribe’s founding
The Mlabri hunter-gatherers are said to have been founded
by banished children who survived in the woods.

Turin Shroud An Easy Forgery

Chariot find is a victory for Scots

Malaria, not murder, killed Medicis

Black Holes Might Obscure Earliest Times

New Theory on Meteor Crater

Hubble Helps Discover How Massive Stars Can Get

Galaxies in the Early Universe Came in Every Flavour

Titan is Similar to Earth in Many Ways

Lightning Makes Radiation Belts Safer

Double Volcanic Eruption In Eastern Russia

Shrinking Ice Caps Mark End Of Ice Age

Cassini Images Of Titan Reveal An
Active, Earth-Like World

Missile Defense Test Failed

Russian producer ready to ship nuclear fuel to Iran

Politician stopped GM studies

8000 scientists protest

The sweet taste of music

Headline News: March 9, 2005

Sex, Lies, and Mind Control

Are Asthma, Chemtrails, and Storms Connected?

Stalin And Abiotic Oil

Bank Threatens To Foreclose
On Sergeant's House, Sell Belongings

Man dies when tasered by police

Say no to Big Brother plan for Internet

No Trust Left In America

Laziness cures brain cells and extends life span

The war is far from over

Syria seeks Russian protection against the Western pressure

One of the U.S. goals in the Caucasus is to spread democracy and
secure U.S. economic interests. The U.S. is spreading democracy by
expanding its military presence in various parts of the world
War to secure U.S. economic interests ?
War to secure U.S. economic interests
War to secure U.S. economic interests

Russian women's ability to love
is directly connected with men's ability
to make money

On North Korea, Via Social Security

U.S. Military Deaths Top 1,500

The Near-Destruction of Giza

Discovery of 3000-year-old Artist in Espidej

700-year-old tunnels dug out on farm

Experts Uncover Ancient Mayan Remains

Ancient Artifacts Found on North Carolina Campus

Egypt Unveils Plans to Move Ramses Statue


America's St Helens Volcano Erupts

Search For A Second Genesis On Mars

Jupiter: A Cloudy Mirror For The Sun?

The Circadian Clock:
Understanding Nature's Timepiece

Spirit Perched At Larry's Lookout

Rosetta's View Of Earth

Where Does Intelligent Life Come From?

Saturn's Twisting Rings

Region Around a Black Hole is Surprisingly Turbulent

Headline News: March 7, 2005

Homosexuals Control Bush White House
- Russian Paper

Intimidating Columbia University

US deploys B-2 bombers in Guam

Me, Art Bell, and 9-11

US attack against Italians in Baghdad was deliberate

The CIA Chief Steps Into It... Yet Again

Rule Change Lets C.I.A. Freely Send Suspects Abroad to Jails

La mia veritá
By Giuliana Sgrena

The Railroading of Matt Hale

Iran Says It Won't Halt Uranium Enrichment

Seafloor earthquakes signal eruption off Vancouver Island

What does Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena know
and why did the U.S. want to kill her?

U.S.: Syria Pledge Not Enough

Tracking PCs anywhere on the Net

Scientists to make 'Stuart Little' mouse
with the brain of a human

Buffett condemns 'force-feeding'
of US wealth to the rest of the world

The Syrian Hoax

Top 10 Reasons Why Paul Wolfowitz
Would Make a Good World Bank President

Zionists may have been behind the murder
of the Judge’s family

Tyranny Comes to Amerika

Machers in Meltdown

Headline News: March 3, 2005

Did British Intelligence
Orchestrate Princess Diana's Death?

The Patriot Act:
An Ace in The Bush Deck of Fear Cards

Turkish Delight

Terrorism and the Justification for the War in Iraq

A Common Sense Approach to Religious Freedom

That’s “Mr. Learned Liberal” to You

No war threat confronts Russia

Web-infringers move from the U.S. to Russia

The rich gets richer, the poor get poorer

British princess seduced Russian sailor

Laser-boy sees people's illnesses in the mirror

Russian man becomes healer after his own death

Telepathy: truth or fiction?!

Liquorice Drives Herpes Cells To Commit Suicide

Rescind Utah's Statehood?

A question in Blix

Cartoon by Ossama

Sweet home

Bad to worse
Republicans vote down military exemption
to bankruptcy bill, add loopholes for rich

America by the numbers
No. 1?

Michele Bachmann heads an all-star cast
of GOP Christian flat-earthers in the Sixth District
Somebody Say Oh Lord!

U.S. Preparing to Attack Venezuela?

10 Ways to Protect Your Child From the ASVAB
New Draft Cons

33 Things You Should Know About the
Middle East and America

US orders Syrians to get out of Lebanon

$180 Million Halliburton Bribery Scandal

Holocaust Survivor Memoir
Exposed As Total Fraud

The Padilla Ruling Is a Victory for Freedom

GOP pedophilia and S&M trysts:
A long history going back to Bush 41 and Reagan


Hubble Sees Galaxy on Verge of Destruction

Earth's Magnetic Field and Ozone Layer
Nearing Total Collapse as
Massive Unknown Energy Surges Continue Hitting Planet


The secret life of moody cows

Purdue researchers use enzyme to clip 'DNA wires'

Psychedelic medicine:
Mind bending, health giving

Polar dinosaurs are being unearthed in the Australian desert

2,500 years old,
and as fresh as the day she was buried

Lost society tore itself apart

Why had Mesopotamians built Mari?
French archeologist solves mystery
of ancient Mesopotamian city

Palestinians to resume executions of prisoners

Jupiter-Sized Star Found

Giant Planets Created Primitive Meteorites

Young Universe Was Surprisingly Structured

Young Star Has Grown Up Quickly

Jupiter's Auroras Helped by Io

Backing A Bad Hubble Decision

Undercover Stars Among Exoplanet Candidates

Russia Developing New "Shield Busting" Nukes

Headline News: March 1, 2005

Rename the Defense Department
the Offense Department?

The Secret Tapes and Secret Life of Doug Wead

Burying the Jeff Gannon Affair

'Pharaoh's curse' punished two families
that owned a once stolen amulet

Russia to close its last plutonium reactor in 3 years

Haiti: One year after Washington's coup

Portugal's new Prime Minister

Yukos's major failure: USA waves its problems aside

US forces supposedly used a secret weapon in Iraq,
which resulted in a powerful earthquake


Suit Alleges Rumsfeld Approved Torture

The Dramatic Consequences Of Disturbed Sleep


Salt Should Be Regulated Food Additive, Group Says

Russia's `Kombat' challenges Humvee as best armored car

Summit told U.S. high schools 'obsolete'

A Town-Meeting revolt over Iraq war

Scientists find new role for the swastika

Man is internet bigamist

US Court Abolishes Child Death Penalty
The total U.S. death-row population is nearly 3,500.

Georgia Law Enforcement Officials Using Torture

Inhumane Prison Conditions Still Threaten
Life, Health of Alabama Inmates Living with HIV/AIDS

US Plans Dangerous New Landmines

No More Crash-Test Surgery

Engineers devise invisibility shield

Odds of life on Mars look to be increasing,
If a 30,000 year-old frozen bacterium can
start wiggling when thawed

Ancient sky map or fake?

Ancient Earth Drawings Found in Peru

Discovery of 'Egyptian stuff' stokes excitement

Traces of a Lost People

Sticky porridge used to cement ancient walls

Unique column bases of Palace of Cyrus

Archaeological dig sniffs out world's oldest perfumery

200 ancient remains, Budha stupa discovered in Pakistan

Newest Saturn moons given names

Mini-Detector Could Find Life on Mars
or Anthrax at the Airport

Are We Alone?