Monday, 23 August 2004

The war on bias

A new documentary attacking Fox News has launched as the US's top papers admit they failed in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq. David Teather reports on how many Americans feel mainstream media have failed them

Thursday, 19 August 2004

Analysis: Doctors a Part of Iraq Abuse

LONDON - Doctors working for the U.S. military in Iraq (news - web sites) collaborated with interrogators in the abuse of detainees at Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison, profoundly breaching medical ethics and human rights, a bioethicist charges in The Lancet medical journal.

Wednesday, 18 August 2004

Bereuter: War in Iraq not justified U.S. puppet government in Haiti acquits death squad leader

Amnesty International criticized the actions of the new U.S.-backed Haitian government and said "This is a very sad day in the history of Haiti."

Tuesday, 17 August 2004

Evolving Empire: Chalmers Johnson on Bush's Major Troop Realignment Study: Major changes from warming

By the end of the century, continued buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will sour wine grape production, distress dairy cows and bring summer temperatures to many inland cities that match Death Valley's today, according to scientists who have conducted the most detailed study yet of global climate change's effects in California.

Afghan vote threatens Bush's credibility: Administration needs success to back claim of spreading democracy

Monday, 16 August 2004

Global Warming and Extreme Weather: Hurricane Charley Leaves 16 Dead, Thousands Homeless Gap between haves, have-nots expands

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Over two decades, the income gap has steadily increased between the richest Americans, who own homes and stocks and got big tax breaks, and those at the middle and bottom of the pay scale, whose paychecks buy less.

Global Warming

Consensus is growing among scientists, governments, and business that they must act fast to combat climate change. This has already sparked efforts to limit CO2 emissions. Many companies are now preparing for a carbon-constrained world

Sunday, 15 August 2004

'Boiling Point': Who's to Blame for Global Warming?

Friday, 13 August 2004

Stabilizing the global 'greenhouse' may not be so hard

Thursday, 12 August 2004

Elusive dead zone tracked in the Pacific: Lifeless sea spreads once again off Oregon coast

Wednesday, 11 August 2004

Budget Deficit Hits Record $395.8B White House Has Some Terror Experts Worried

Officials here and overseas say U.S. alerts and release of information could hinder broader investigations.

Tuesday, 10 August 2004

Iraq on a knife-edge

Monday, 09 August 2004

Judge Upholds Media Subpoenas in CIA Leak Case Pakistan protests over US sting Foreign Monitors to Report on U.S. Presidential Vote

Wednesday, 05 August 2004

Writing the rules to govern the cosmos

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