Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Reports that a Minnesota dentist paid $50,000 to shoot, stalk, kill, and skin a beloved African lion have led to renewed calls for a ban on the import of lions killed in trophy hunting. The Telegraph first...
Jon Queally, staff writer
A Pakistani security official told the Associated Press that the circling rumors about Mullah Mohammed Omar's death are simply "speculation" designed to disrupt the upcoming peace talks. (Photo: file)
Just days ahead of a new round of peace talks between the Afghan government in...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
The White House on Tuesday formally rejected a 'We the People' petition to...

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Proving there's no low Dick Cheney and his cronies will not go, Halliburton subsidiary KBR is suing 12 Iraq veterans who dared to seek and win damages for the cancer they got while guarding a toxic water treatment plant for KBR - which, a jury ruled, acted with "reckless and outrageous indifference to (an) unreasonable risk of harm" to them. When the award was overturned on appeal, KBR - which made $39 billion in Iraq - sought $850,000 in legal fees from vets whose lives they've already ravaged.

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