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U.S. Opens Private Mail in Terrorism Fight

Customs officials can open and read any mail sent from abroad, and do so whenever they deem it necessary to protect the country. | story

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NSA Launches Internal Probe Into Spy Program

Members of Congress question whether the agency can investigate itself. | story
Meanwhile, a dream team of 14 legal scholars and ex-gov’t officials write a memo to the DOJ calling the NSA program illegal. | story

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Florida Professor, Wife Arrested as Spies for Cuba

For over two decades, the couple allegedly passed on secrets about U.S. officials, FBI agents and anti-Castro groups. | story

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‘The Pill’ May Kill Sex Drive for Months After Its Use Is Stopped

According to a new study, the pill continues to put some women out of the mood even months after they stop taking it. | story

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U.S. Reporter Abducted in Iraq

Twenty-eight-year-old freelance reporter Jill Carroll is the first American female journalist to be kidnapped during the war. | story

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Bush Makes Internet Annoyance a Federal Crime, CNET Reports

Under a new law, it is illegal to anonymously send a message via the Internet that annoys its recipient. | story
This interpretation has its critics: here or here.

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In Day Two, Alito Says Even Wartime Presidents Are Not Above the Law

Ted Kennedy counters: “Time and again, even in routine matters involving average Americans, you give enormous, almost total deference to the exercise of governmental powers.” | story

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Insurgents Break With Al Qaeda Over Civilian Killings, Report Says

Iraqi guerrillas tell a Saudi-backed London newspaper that they won’t unite with Zarqawi after recent bombings. | Juan Cole translates and comments

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Iraq War Could Cost $2 Trillion, Study Finds

Long-term costs like healthcare for vets could push the war’s cost far above White House projections. | story

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Two Parliament Members Leaked Bush’s Proposal to Bomb Al Jazeera

It was not staffers but actual Labour MPs who leaked the memo to the U.S. | story

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