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October 2004

Sunday, October 31

  • Pentagon Suppresses Details of Civilian Casualties, Says Expert
  • Key US Army Official Slams Bush Over Halliburton Iraq Contracts
  • Stephen Hawking to Lead Anti-War Protest on Election Day
  • Revealed: Blair's Secret Mission to Woo Kerry
  • Did US Mistakes Let bin Laden Escape from Afghanistan 3 Years Ago?
  • Bush's EPA to Use Poor Kids as Guinea Pigs in Industry-Funded Study on Pesticides
  • Saturday, October 30

  • Human Rights Watch Says It Warned U.S. Military of High Explosives That Went Unsecured in Iraq
  • Eight Marines Die Saturday in Iraq as Falluja Assault Looms
  • U.N. Chief's Remarks Irritate White House
  • Halloween Tidings from the 'War on Terror'
  • Bin Laden, on Tape, Reveals Sept. 11 Motive
  • Kerry Accuses Bush of Delaying U.S. Hunger Report
  • Part of US September 11 Commission Report has Not Been Released: Report
  • Friday, October 29

  • Bad News Dogs Bush As Election Nears
  • Republicans Pressed To Halt Voter-Suppression Efforts
  • Springsteen, Kerry Draw Huge Crowd in Madison, Wisconsin
  • Vast Amounts of Weapons-Related Material Missing, Official Says
  • Speech Criticizing Bush Sparks Probe of NAACP's Tax-Exempt Status
  • Media Consolidation Seen on Menu in Election
  • Russia Summons U.S. Diplomat Over Iraq Arms Claim
  • Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein Release The Take, Another Big-Screen Documentary
  • Thursday, October 28

  • Two Years Before 9/11, Bush was Already Talking About Attacking Iraq
  • Florida's Computers Have Already Counted Thousands of Votes for George W. Bush
  • Looting Spree Gutted Ammo Dump
  • Minneapolis TV Station Video May Show Missing Explosives After US Invasion
  • Moore to Protest Missing Ballots at Broward Elections Office
  • War Can't Be Won, Writer Hersh Says
  • Republicans are Accused of Scaring Off Voters in Ohio
  • 100,000 Excess Iraqi Deaths Since War - Study
  • Wednesday, October 27

  • Amnesty: US 'War on Terror' Mentality Leads to Torture
  • US Gave Date of War to Britain in Advance, Court Papers Reveal
  • Negligent US Forces to Blame for Massacre of Recruits, Says Allawi
  • Eminem Aims at Bush
  • Bush Website Blocked Outside US
  • Expert: Bush Hides Global Warming Evidence
  • Postal Experts Hunt for Missing Ballots in Florida
  • Film Fans Make Bush 'Movie Villain of the Year'
  • Ex-Guantanamo Detainees from Britain Sue Rumsfeld
  • Tuesday, October 26

  • After a Period During Which Change Seemed Possible, Saudi Family Tightens Grip
  • US Iraq War Veterans' Voices Rise in Protest
  • Don't Be Confused by the Tide of Contradictory Voter Surveys. Bush is in Trouble
  • U.S. Expats Jump on Planes to Vote in Home States
  • Some New Voters Suspect Registration Hanky-Panky
  • Nationalism Drives Many Insurgents as They Fight US
  • Republicans Gather to Bash Bush
  • Embedded Reporter Saw No Explosives Search
  • Bush Wants More Money for Iraq, Afghanistan: Report
  • Monday, October 25

  • Bush Exploits Suffering of 9/11, says Carter
  • Florida Newspapers Desert Bush as Media Swing to Kerry
  • Rebel Militias Deny Holding British Aid Worker Hassan
  • Massacre at Baquba: 49 Iraqi Soldiers Executed in Attack Designed to Send Message to US
  • Storm Clouds Gathering Over the Legitimacy of This Election
  • UN Envoy Warns Against US Attack on Fallouja
  • Lawmakers Disturbed by Report of Secret Transfers of Detainees
  • Kerry Slams Bush Over Missing Iraq Explosives
  • Sunday, October 24

  • Portrait of a Country on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
  • Why America Has Waged a Losing Battle on Fallouja
  • Protesters Pay Tribute to Fallen Troops
  • Saturday, October 23

  • US Rejects World Calls to Join Russia in Ratifying Kyoto Pact
  • Three Guantanamo 'Judges' Removed Due to Pentagon Bias
  • Former Workers Dispute Bush's Pull in Project P.U.L.L.
  • Critics of Sinclair Maintain Pressure Over Kerry Issue
  • US Administration Visits Anger Democrats
  • GOP Voter Drive Accused of Tossing Card
  • Cohousing Community Draws Locals Together
  • Friday, October 22

  • Three of Four Bush Supporters Still Believe in Iraqi WMD, al Qaeda Ties
  • Senator Says Pentagon Unit Hyped Terror Tie
  • Campaign Fever and the 'Slacker' Factor
  • U.S. Expat Voters Out in Record Numbers in Germany
  • Bush Faces Nuclear Fallout in Nevada Over £60bn Mountain of Radioactive Waste
  • Ancient City of Teotihuacan a Modern Battleground Between Conservationists, Wal-Mart
  • DeLay Subpoenaed in Texas Civil Lawsuit
  • Iraq Coalition Vanishes from White House Website
  • Integrity of Florida Virtual Vote in Doubt
  • Thursday, October 21

  • International Observer Team Urges Reforms in US Electoral Process
  • Consumption of Resources Outstripping Planet's Ability to Cope
  • A Schoolgirl Riddled with Bullets. And No One is to Blame
  • Woman, 89, Heads to Jail; Quaker was Arrested at Anti-War Protest
  • Climate Change Threatens World Aid Effort
  • Fear of Military Draft a Growing Factor
  • Tentative Alaska Land Swap Raises Drilling Fears
  • Voices of US Poor and Homeless Unlikely to be Heard in Polls
  • NYPD to Destroy GOP Protest Fingerprints
  • Sunni Clerics Urge Boycott of Iraq Elections in Wake of Fallujah Siege
  • Wednesay, October 20

  • Poll Watchers May Outnumber Voters
  • Lawmakers Prod CIA for Pre-9/11 Accountability Report
  • U.S. Lifts Arms Embargo on Haiti as Tensions Mount
  • Bush Relatives Use Website to Show Support for Kerry
  • Bush Pre-Iraq Attack: 'We're Not Going to Have Any Casualties'
  • Former U.S. Representative to Iraq Says War Unnecessary, Poorly Planned
  • Americans Abroad Are Itching to Get Their Hands on Ballots
  • Kids Opt for Kerry in Bellwether Online Poll
  • Honesty Skids on Oil
  • Critics See Drug Industry Behind Mental Health Plan
  • Tuesday, October 19

  • Flight 93 Widow Protests Bush Visit
  • Should People Who Oppose Handling of the War in Iraq Say So in Public?
  • US Wealth Gap Grows for Ethnic Minorities
  • Under Siege: The Wonders of the West
  • So, Did Saddam Hussein Try to Kill Bush's Dad?
  • Sinclair Fires Journalist After Critical Comments
  • Company's Decision to Air Anti-Kerry Documentary Spurs Backlash
  • Tests Reveal Chemical Cocktail in EU Ministers' Blood: WWF
  • Sacking of Crusading Judge Fuels Concerns Over Iraq Rights Record
  • CARE Official Kidnapped in Baghdad
  • Monday, October 18

  • European Social Forum: Another World, But How?
  • US Commander in Iraq Complained of Shortages - Report
  • Ex-Guantánamo Bay Workers Claim Prisoner Abuse was Widespread
  • Jewelry Retailers Still Ignorant On 'Conflict Diamonds'
  • No10 Did Not Tell Truth About Iraq, Says Diplomat Who Quit
  • Rights Group Says Israel Is Violating International Law by Destroying Palestinian Homes in Gaza
  • Supreme Court Orders Texas Redistricting Review
  • Sept. 11 Widows Slam Bush's Anti-Terror Record
  • Greenpeace: Bush Ignores Chemical Site Risks
  • Sunday, October 17

  • Media Firm Accused of Dodging FCC Rules
  • Blair is 'Using Our Troops to Boost Bush'
  • Report: Jeb Bush Ignored Felon List Advice
  • Tens of Thousands Throng London To Protest Iraq War
  • U.S. to Quit Inspecting Tobacco for Banned Chemicals and Pesticides
  • Court Rules Against Using Metal Detectors at Protest Rallies
  • Your Old Mobile is Destroying the Planet
  • Groups Question Doctors' Ties to Drug Firms
  • Saturday, October 16

  • Iraq Audit Can't Find Billions
  • Study: US to Lose More Than 400,000 Jobs This Year
  • Che Guevara's Daughter Voices Cuban Fears That Bush has Country in His Sights
  • Ex-Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft Rips Bush Diplomacy
  • Poll: US Military Faults Bush's Lack of Troops in Iraq
  • Planning for After the War in Iraq Non-Existent
  • World Writes to Undecided Voters
  • More Bush Military Records Found After Officers Sign Oath Saying All Disclosed
  • Friday, October 15

  • Police in Riot Gear Fire on Crowd with Balls Loaded with Pepper
  • Sinclair's Local Stations Begin Losing Advertisers
  • Boycott Sinclair Advertisers
  • Poll Reveals World Anger at Bush
  • Alarm as Global Study Finds One-Third of Amphibians Face Extinction
  • Teachers' T-Shirts Bring Bush Speech Ouster
  • Carlyle Pulls Out of Iraq Debt Recovery Consortium
  • Investigation of Drilling Regulations Is Urged
  • Making 'Liberal' a Fighting Word Again
  • Army Implicates 28 U.S. Troops in Deaths of 2 Afghan Detainees
  • Platoon Defies Orders in Iraq
  • Karl Rove Testifies in CIA Leak Investigation
  • Thursday, October 14

  • Abuse of Public Airwaves, Groups Say
  • Bush AWOL As 250 World Leaders Reaffirm Women's Rights
  • E-Voting Machine Crash Deepens Concerns
  • Political Artists Awakening in Unprecedented Numbers
  • Sinclair TV Company Pushes Owners' Agenda
  • GOP Consulting Firm Investigated for Voter Fraud Claims
  • Halliburton's Interests Assisted by White House
  • TV Ad Focuses on U.S. Military Wounded in Iraq
  • UN Observers Needed for US Vote - Groups
  • Wednesday, October 13

  • Security Scholars Say Iraq War Most Misguided Policy Since Vietnam
  • Computer Glitch Delays Routine Voter Machine Test
  • Labor Unions Sue Florida Over Voter Forms
  • Greenpeace Calls For Stepped Up Action to Protect Iraqis from Looted Nuclear Items
  • Hans Blix: War in Iraq has Made Terrorism Worse, 'It has Failed Miserably'
  • Britain Admits Error Over Iraq Threat Amid Demands for Apology
  • Time to Call Time on Donald Rumsfeld
  • Indymedia Seizure Hits Two Nations
  • Investigation Widens in Nigeria Oil Case Involving Halliburton
  • Copps Tickets Sinclair
  • Voter Registrations Possibly Trashed
  • Environment Worsened Under Bush in Many Key Areas, Data Show
  • Tuesday, October 12

  • Bush Funds US Spying on Internet Chat Rooms
  • Nobel Winner: US Voters Hold Key to Ending Iraq War, Curbing Global Warming
  • N-Bomb Equipment 'Lost in Iraq'
  • One-Quarter of Working Americans Live in Poverty, Study Finds
  • Students Drop 'Dead' During Anti-War Protest
  • Israeli Army Chief 'Emptied His Magazine' at Girl in Gaza
  • Senate OKs $137 Billion in Corporate, Special Interest Tax Breaks
  • Soldiers at Camp Eagle Weary of Baghdad Slum, Iraqis, Mission
  • Investigative Journalist Seymour Hersh Spills the Secrets of the Iraq Quagmire and the War on Terror
  • Monday, October 11

  • Major Assaults on Hold Until After U.S. Vote
  • Climate Fear as Carbon Levels Soar
  • Human Rights Watch: al-Qaida Detainees in US Custody 'Disappeared'
  • Mosque on Fire After U.S. Air Strikes in West Iraq
  • The CIA 'Old Guard' Goes to War with Bush
  • Papers: FBI Trailed 1960s Movement Leader
  • Bush Ad Appears to Be News Story
  • Poll: Bush Allies See Greater Terror Risk
  • Israeli Think Tank: Iraq War Distracted US, 'Created Momentum' for Terrorists
  • Green Presidential Candidate Cobb Arrested at Friday Night's Debate
  • Sunday, October 10

  • Is Iraq the Curveball That Could Dismiss the President?
  • New Backup Voting System May Pose Problems
  • Journalist Laments State of War Coverage
  • Bush Bulge Mystery: Wire or Wrinkle?
  • Former UN Arms Inspectors Slam Bush, Blair After Weapons Report
  • US Firms Profited From Iraq Oil Under Saddam: Report
  • Nobel Peace Prize: 'A Voice Inside Tells Me I Must Do Something'
  • Tongue-tied Bush Hands Kerry a Narrow Win in Second Televised Election Debate
  • Alternative Network's Internet Servers Confiscated
  • Seeger, Fogerty Rollin' Down a River
  • Saturday, October 9

  • Conservative TV Group to Air Anti-Kerry Film
  • Afghan Vote in Crisis as Fraud Claims Undermine Legitimacy
  • Braced for Backlash: Blair to Face Renewed Protests Over Iraq
  • Groups Question USDA on Organic Policy
  • Europeans Lament a 'Changed' America
  • Healthcare Privatization Fueling Asian Child Deaths: UN Report
  • Activist Groups Hail Nobel Pick
  • Rivals Dig in for Legal War Over US Poll
  • Friday, October 8

  • Sidelined Neo-Cons Stoke Future Fires
  • Kenyan Green Activist Wins Nobel Peace Prize
  • Free Vote Just Illusion for Millions of Afghans
  • Global Warming: Epic Droughts Possible, Study Says
  • Booklet That Upset Mrs. Cheney Is History
  • Report: US Strike Kills 11 at Iraqi Wedding
  • US Job Growth Weaker Than Expected
  • Thursday, October 7

  • The Final Judgment Bush and Blair's Case for War is Demolished
  • Iraqis' Interest in Upcoming Elections Waning, New Poll Shows
  • Gore Calls Bush Worst-Ever President for Environment
  • Cheney Blunder Lauded Anti-Bush Web Site
  • US Bomb-Grade Plutonium Convoy to Cross France
  • Republican Convention Protesters Sue NY on Arrests
  • Bush Administration in Denial About Lack of Iraq WMD: Kay
  • US Report on Iraqi Weapons Deepens Arab Hostility Towards America: Analysts
  • Chávez's Social Reforms Impress American Liberals
  • House Ethics Panel Warns DeLay... Again

    Wednesday, October 6

  • Iraq Survey Group to Concede Defeat in Search for WMD
  • Sympathy for al-Zarqawi Grows Among Iraqis Amid US Airstrikes
  • Multinational Corporations Reap Profits from Child Labor in India's Cottonseed Farms
  • U.S. Militarizing Latin America
  • Canada: Monsanto Victory Plants Seed of Privatization
  • Israel: Palestinian State Shelved with US Blessing
  • US Vetoes Resolution Calling for Israeli Halt to Gaza Operations
  • Scorn, Anger and Resolve Sustain Nader
  • Tuesday, October 5

  • CIA Review Finds No Evidence Saddam Had Ties to Islamic Terrorists
  • US 'Never' Had Enough Troops in Iraq: Bremer
  • No 'Strong, Hard Evidence' of Saddam-Qaeda Connection: Rumsfeld
  • Two Administration Officials Embarrass Bush on Iraq
  • Administration Chooses Anti-Feminist Group to Train Iraqi Women
  • Air Force Looks at New Microwave Weapon
  • 'Old Granny D' Just Keeps On Walking -- Into a Race for Senate
  • French Protesters Try to Block Plutonium Delivery
  • Film Activists Protest as Censors Hold Up 'Fahrenheit 9/11'
  • Academic Sues Pentagon Over Coffin Pictures
  • Monday, October 4

  • World's Wealthiest Let Down World Poorest, Again
  • Civilians Bear Brunt as Samarra 'Pacified'
  • Poland Official: Troops Should Leave Iraq
  • Americans are Signing Up to Vote in Record Numbers
  • Election Finds Bush Target of Yes Men
  • Election Arabs in Florida Angered by Bush
  • Iraq & Afghanistan: Post-Invasion Chaos Blamed for Drug Surge
  • Sunday, October 3

  • U.S. Policies Stir More Fear Than Confidence
  • Global Stocks of Nuke Bomb Material Growing - Survey
  • Bush Aides Gave One-Sided View of Iraqi Data -- NYT
  • Air America Stays on Air in Maine
  • At Large, Material to make 15,000 Nuclear Bombs
  • FBI May be Forced to Reveal all on Lennon
  • How Cheney's Firm Routed $132m to Nigeria via Tottenham Lawyer
  • Why Nader Could be the Nail in Democrats' Coffin
  • New Investigation Uncovers More Racism, Voter Intimidation and Faulty Poll Machines
  • Colorado Rallies Applaud Anti-Nuke Nuns; Missile-Site Protest Calls for Appellate Court to Drop Convictions
  • Saturday, October 2

  • Mourning Iraqis Blame U.S. Troops for Massacre of Children
  • Debt Forgiveness for Poorest Nations Only a First Step
  • Springsteen, R.E.M. Kick off "Vote for Change" Concerts Across Swing States
  • Iraqis Condemn Prime Minister After Falluja Raid
  • House Report Shows Arm-Twisting for Vote
  • Army: Reservists Failed to Report on Time
  • Guantánamo Bay Prisoner's Letter Claims He Was Witness to Murders
  • Amsterdam Home of Ken Bigley's Brother Raided

    Friday, October 1

  • World Seems to Think Kerry Came Out Ahead
  • September Among Deadliest Months for U.S. in Iraq
  • Green Groups Praise Russian Decision to Ratify Kyoto
  • Freed Italian Hostage Says Iraq Rebels 'Justified'
  • White House Backs Torture-Abroad
  • Ganging Up on the Global Policeman
  • Report on US Role in Allawi Speech Stirs Complaint
  • US.Misstates Own Job Creation Figures in Iraq
  • Hundreds Protest Outside Debate

    September 2004

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