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October 2005

Monday, October 31
  • Study: Falsified Documents Helped Precipitate Vietnam War
  • US ‘Had No Policy’ in Place to Rebuild Iraq
  • Seven US Troops Killed in Iraq, Anger at US Bombing
  • UN Warns of Poverty as World’s Lakes Evaporate
  • Bush Nominates Far Rightwinger Samuel Alito to Supreme Court
  • Cheney-Staffer-Turned-Reporter Now Covering Libby Indictment for NBC News
  • Leak Case Prosecutor Raises Questions That Demand Answers
  • US Admits it has Counted 26,000 Iraqi Dead
  • Nun Jailed Over Protest Says She Has No Regrets

    Sunday, October 30
  • The Deadliness Below: Weapons of mass destruction thrown into the sea years ago present danger now - and the Army doesn't know where they all are
  • Berlusconi Says He Tried to Steer Bush From War
  • White House Halts Royal Visit to New Orleans to 'Save Face'
  • UK Discourages Military Response vs. Iran
  • Antiwar Protesters March on Boston Common
  • How Kucinich Found Love
  • Wal-Mart Hit Twice: Critical Film, Activism: 6,800 sites to host DVD premiere by 'Outfoxed' director
  • Seeds of Leak Scandal Sown in Italian Intelligence Agency
  • Libby Indictment Raises Questions About Cheney, Other Officials

    Saturday, October 29
  • A Patriot Crashes the Party
  • Pressure Grows on Bush as Libby Charged with Lying to Grand Jury
  • 'I Don't Recall': Lawyer for Former Top Cheney Aide Signals Possible Failure-to-Remember Defense
  • Bush: Treaty Outlawing Torture Doesn't Apply Beyond US Soil
  • Democrats Intensify Criticism of War, Seek White House Probe
  • Indictment Doesn't Clear Up Mystery at Heart of CIA Leak Probe

    Friday, October 28
  • Cheney Chief of Staff Faces 5 Felony Counts; Indictment Text
  • Big Rise in Profit Puts Oil Giants on Defensive
  • Is the United States Becoming Hostile to Science?
  • Fitzgerald to Hold News Conference - 2pm EDT
  • Bush Forced to Retreat as Moral Right Turns its Guns on Him
  • U.S. Congress Just Says No to Ground-Penetrating Nukes - For Now
  • Multiethnic Hurricane Poll Says Ending Poverty is Key
  • Tune by Alaska Singer Strikes International Chord
  • Fitzgerald Expanded Scope of Inquiry in 2004 to Probe Niger Forgeries

    Thursday, October 27
  • Bush Aides and Allies in Congress Work on Strategies to Counter the Blow if White House Officials are Indicted
  • Exxon Mobil Posts New Record for Profit
  • Pakistan Quake: Rich Nations are Accused of Giving 'Nothing'
  • Coverage of Americans Wounded in Iraq War Leaves US Media Hurting
  • Miers Withdraws as Nominee Amid Conservative Revolt
  • Kerry Calls for Bush to Begin Withdrawing U.S. Troops from Iraq
  • Mother of Slain US Soldier Arrested in Iraq War Protest
  • Fat? Over 40? Don't Bother Applying for a Wal-Mart Job

    Wednesday, October 26
  • Cheney Looms Large in Latest Twist of CIA Leak Drama
  • 2000th U.S. Death in Iraq Sparks 'Bring Them Home' Protests
  • Casualty of War: No Peace at the Pioneer Press
  • Only US Seeks to Justify Abuse: Human Rights Watch
  • Dozens of Abu Ghraibs
  • Americans' Anger May Threaten GOP Control of Congress
  • Biodiversity May Help Slow Disease Spread: Experts
  • Katrina Survivors Refuse to Be Forgotten

    Tuesday, October 25

  • US Judge Sets December Date to Execute Nobel Peace Prize Nominee
  • Frustrated Scowcroft Assails Neo-Cons, Cheney
  • Secret Codes in Printers May Allow Government Tracking
  • Bush in PR Blitz Amid Leak Probe
  • White House Seeks Exception in Abuse Ban
  • US Iraq Death Toll Now 1,999
  • Rosa Parks, Civil Rights Pioneer, Dies at Home at Age 92 of Natural Causes
  • Cheney Told Aide of C.I.A. Officer, Lawyers Report

    Monday, October 24
  • CIA Leak Inquiry Widens to Include Forgery of Documents on African Uranium
  • Death Toll of US Troops in Iraq Approaches 2,000
  • Climate Change 'Could Ruin Drive to Eradicate Poverty'
  • Tens of Thousands of Syrians Protest U.N. Probe
  • Colleagues Call for Removal of New York Times Journalist in CIA Leak Case
  • Lawyer's Killing Prompts Call for Boycott of Saddam's Trial
  • Bushies Feeling the Boss' Wrath
  • Republicans Testing Ways to Blunt Leak Charges
  • War Protest Has Captive Audience

    Sunday, October 23
  • Secret MoD poll: Iraqis Support Attacks on British Troops
  • Miers Family Received 'Excessive' Sum in Land Case
  • Pentagon Program Costing Taxpayers Millions in Inflated Prices
  • Saddam is Determined That the West Will Join Him in the Dock
  • Brazil Makes History in Vote to Ban Sale of Guns
  • Report: Abramoff Sought Help From Reed
  • Another Iraq War Legacy: Badly Wounded U.S. Troops

    Saturday, October 22
  • Wal-Marting Philanthropy
  • Iraq: Two Years Later, U.S. Still Can't Keep the Lights On
  • Bird Flu Brings Out Double Standards on Drug Patents
  • Blix Says US Misled Itself, The World on Iraq
  • Alarm Grows Over Scale of Pakistan Disaster
  • US Diplomat Points to Neocon Ideology Behind Actions in Iraq

    Friday, October 21
  • 'Grossly Flawed Investigations' Taint Probes of Detainee Deaths
  • Karen Hughes 'Gets Earful' from Indonesian Women
  • Abducted Guardian Journalist is Freed
  • Revealed: the True Devastation of the Rainforest
  • Victory for American Gun Lobby as Victims are Barred from Legal Action
  • Uncharted Waters? Bush's Leaky Boat Edges Nearer to the Rocks
  • 'Raging Granny' Gets Marine Recruitment Letter
  • Wi-Fi Cities Spark Hotspot Debate

    Thursday, October 20
  • Powell Aide Blasts Rice - Cheney- Rumsfeld 'Cabal'
  • Guantanamo Hunger Strikers Say Feeding Tubes Employed as Torture
  • Iraq: Fears for Journalist Carroll
  • Spain Orders Arrest of US Soldiers Over Death
  • Hussein Trial Put Off Amid Doubts About Fairness
  • Israel Accused of 'Road Apartheid' in West Bank
  • Rice: U.S. May Still Be in Iraq in 10 Years
  • Families of Dead British Soldiers Killed in Iraq Stage Vigil Outside Blair's Office
  • Prosecutors Find Rove and Libby Spoke of Contact With Media
  • Cindy Sheehan Pledges Civil Disobedience Campaign

    Wednesday, October 19
  • Stiffed by U.S., UN Asks Groups to Report on U.S. Rights Violations
  • Aussie Film: US Troops Under Fire for Burning Taliban Dead
  • US Firms Accused of Exploiting Workers in Post-Hurricane Recovery Effort
  • Nixon's Vietnam-Era Defense Chief Calls for Iraq Exit Plan
  • Saddam's Trial Fails to Focus on Atrocities
  • Former Law Lord Attacks 'Folly' of Iraq War
  • Another Bush Disaster Nominee Assailed Tuesday, October 18
  • U.S. Labor Is in Retreat as Global Forces Squeeze Pay and Benefits
  • Poverty Campaigners Take On War Spending
  • Washington on Tenterhooks Over Leak Case
  • Miers Disavows Saying Constitution Protects Privacy
  • Are British Troops at Breaking Point in Iraq?
  • Saddam Trial Unlikely to Meet International Legal Standards, Warn Experts
  • Anomalies Exposed in Iraq Charter Vote
  • Former City Dwellers Starting Organic Farms Bring New Spirit of Enterprise to Countryside
  • The Price of Cheap Beef: Disease, Deforestation, Slavery and Murder
  • Chomsky is Voted World's Top Public Intellectual

    Monday, October 17
  • Counsel Investigates Cheney's Possible Involvement in CIA Leak Case
  • GAS Bill Won't Lower Prices, But Raise Profits, Say Green Groups
  • Pro-War Votes May Haunt Democrats
  • Bush Is in No Hurry on Katrina Recovery
  • Administration's Tone Signals a Longer, Broader Iraq Conflict
  • Head Start Can Make Hiring Decisions Based on Religion, Says U.S. House
  • 'Civilians Killed' as US Targets Militants

    Sunday, October 16
  • My Four Hours Testifying in the Federal Grand Jury Room
  • The Miller Case: A Notebook, a Cause, a Jail Cell and a Deal

    Saturday, October 15
  • UN Official: US Troops 'Starving' Iraqi Civilians
  • Why an Exotic Fruit is the World's Only Weapon Against Bird Flu
  • Bush Told Blair of 'Going Beyond Iraq'
  • UN Warns of Dwindling Respect for Rule of Law
  • Women Activists Learn to Follow the Money
  • Privatizing Social Security Would Drive Millions Below Poverty Line - Report
  • Planet Sees Warmest September on Record

    Friday, October 14
  • White House 'Bracing for the Worst' Over Leak Inquiry
  • A National Conversation on Conservation: Environmentalists Hope the Time is Now
  • Bush Teleconference With Soldiers Staged
  • Bush Seen Increasingly as a Failed President
  • 2005 Set to be Second Hottest Year on Record
  • The Organic Crops of Farmer John
  • New Laws May Let Power Plants Pollute More

    Thursday, October 13
  • Report Says White House Ignored C.I.A. on Iraq Chaos
  • Venezuela to Expel U.S. Evangelical Group
  • Colombian Abortion Law Campaign is Undermined by Washington
  • Filings Soar Before Bankruptcy Law Takes Effect
  • Chilling Effects of Climate Change in the Antarctic
  • Iraq has Descended into Anarchy, says Fisk
  • Nuke Pills Not Ready Despite '03 Deadline

  • Wednesday, October 12
  • America Has 2,000 Young Offenders Serving Life Terms in Jail
  • Anti-WTO Protesters Back on the Streets
  • 50m Environmental Refugees by End of Decade, UN Warns
  • Iraqi Constitution: A Lose-Lose Referendum?
  • Departing German Chancellor Schroeder Takes Swipe at Bush

    Tuesday, October 11
  • Peruvian Farmers Move to End Terminator Seeds
  • Liberal Hopes Ebb in Post-Storm Poverty Debate
  • Developing Nations Blast U.N. for Appeasing U.S.
  • US Blocks U.N. Briefing on Atrocities in Sudan
  • Basra Voters Say it is Time for Soldiers to Go
  • West's Response to Earthquake in Pakistan Condemned as Slow and Inadequate
  • Bono, U2 in Fund-Raiser for Republican Senator Rick Santorum

    Monday, October 10
  • Diane Wilson: I’m Not Going to Jail Until Warren Andersen Is Extradited to India
  • Drugs No Answer to Bird Flu: Experts
  • Lobbyists Dominate Katrina Relief Advisory Panels
  • Boulis Investigation Dredges Up Abramoff, Among Others
  • As Polar Ice Turns to Water, Dreams of Treasure Abound
  • Saddam May Face Execution Before Standing Trial On All Charges
  • Tragic Quake a Test for Indo-Pakistan Peace Process
  • Sunni-Shiite Religious War in Iraq Feared
  • SUV Drivers in Paris Get the Wind Knocked Out of Them

    Sunday, October 9
  • A Centeral Pillar of Bush's Iraq War Crumbling
  • From Factory to the Firing Line: The Story of One Bullet
  • Poor Migrants Work in Iraqi Netherworld
  • Disaster as Climate Probe Crashes
  • GM Crop 'Ruins Fields for 15 Years'
  • Award-Winning Journalist Gary Webb's Widow Susan Bell Looks Back on a Shameful Secret History
  • Iraqis Vote on 'Invisible' Constitution
  • Protesters Say Parking Ban Near Bush Ranch Won't Deter Them

    Saturday, October 8
  • Nobel Peace Prize Seen as Warning to Big Powers
  • Bush Call to Expand Military Powers at Home Seen as Unnecessary, Political
  • Arab League Secretary-General Warns of Threat of Civil War in Iraq
  • US Lawyer at Heart of Torture Debate Quits Race for Deputy Attorney General
  • Bush Plan Shows U.S. Is Not Ready for Deadly Flu
  • Court Rejects EPA Air Pollution Revision
  • Thousands Dead as Massive Quake Rocks South Asia

    Friday, October 7
  • 11 Hurt in Formosa Plastics Plant Explosion in South Texas
  • Poll: Key Groups in Bush's Political Coalition Grow Worried About Direction of Nation
  • IAEA Rewarded for Failure: Critics
  • Bush Raises the Stakes in Terror War
  • Bush: God Told Me to Invade Iraq
  • Senators Point to New Orleans Health Risks
  • Rove Will Testify Again in Leak Case
  • In a Nod Against Nuclear Proliferation, IAEA and ElBaradei Share 2005 Nobel Peace Prize
  • Nestlé Defies Boycotters and 'Ethical Shoppers' by Launching its own Fair Trade Coffee Brand

    Thursday, October 6
  • Democrats Demand Accountability for Setbacks in Iraq
  • US Officials Brace for Decisions in CIA Leak Case
  • US Lacks 'Moral Authority' in Iraq
  • God Told Me to Invade Iraq, Bush Tells Palestinian Ministers
  • Four Years After US Campaign, Perils Abound
  • Major Business Groups Split With Bush Administration Over Patriot Act
  • Climate Change and Pollution are Killing Millions, Says Study
  • Senate Adds Amendment Banning Torture to Defense Spending Bill
  • Animals 'Hit by Global Warming'

    Wednesday, October 5
  • White House Losing Ground on Prisoner Treatment
  • US Poverty: Chronic Ill, Little Hope for Cure
  • Congress Seeks to Cut Food Aid for Poor
  • Miers Mired in Bush's Guard Service Cover-Up
  • U.S. Offers New Animal Feed Rules, but Critics Assail Them
  • Claims of Cronyism Force Bush to Defend Choice for Supreme Court

    Tuesday, October 4
  • DeLay Is Indicted Again; Charges Are Graver
  • Army Moves to Recruit More High School Dropouts
  • Bittersweet Homecoming at Yale for UN Ambassador John Bolton
  • Ex-aide: Miers Opposed Abortion in 1989; Stance Now is Unknown
  • September SUV Sales Plunge as Owners Ditch Guzzlers
  • San Francisco Mayor Sees Wireless Service as Basic Right
  • Bush's Selection of Friend Raises Questions of Cronyism
  • UN Condemns Iraq Charter Change
  • Six Democratic Veterans of Iraq War Seek House Seats, Questioning War Strategy
  • Sheehan Leads Phoenix Peace March, Rally
  • A Lawyer for Whom Winning Isn't Everything

    Monday, October 3
  • Secret Paper Links Thatcher to Freebies Probe
  • Monitors Find Significant Fraud in Afghan Elections
  • Iraq War Delayed Katrina Relief Effort, Inquiry Finds
  • Healthcare Crisis Goes Untreated, but the Cancer Is Spreading
  • Convicted US Soldier Says 'Worse Things' Have Happened at Abu Ghraib
  • Poll Shows Bush's Ratings Remain Low
  • Military Presence at Career Forum Sparks Student Protests
  • Right-Wing Peanut Gallery Hits Miers Hard

    Sunday, October 2
  • Deadly Bacteria Detected in US Capital During Anti-War March
  • Secret Report Reveals Catalogue of Blunders at Sellafield
  • Colonel Blames Blair Over Iraq 'Catastrophe'
  • Melting Planet: Species are Dying Out Faster Than We Have Dared Recognize, Scientists Will Warn This Week
  • Torture of Iraqis was for 'Stress Relief', Say US Soldiers
  • DeLay's Critics are Numerous, So He Sees a Conspiracy

    Saturday, October 1
  • Bush Administration Found Involved in Illegal 'Covert Propaganda'
  • Texas Mayors Say FEMA Didn't Deliver on Promise to Do Better
  • Shades of FEMA's Brown in Bush Pick
  • Anti-War Protesters Rally During Rice's Princeton Visit
  • Protest Awaits Bennett Visit

    September 2005

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