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Gonzales Among Defendants in Iraq Vets’ PTSD Suit

With the problem of post-traumatic stress disorder on the rise among American veterans returning from battle in Iraq and Afghanistan, two veterans’ groups have filed a class-action lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (pictured) and other defendants, citing systemwide failures in dealing with the PTSD crisis on the governmental level.

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Bush Approval Rating Plummets to 25%

As more members of Congress from both sides of the aisle register their dissatisfaction with President Bush’s leadership, their sentiments appear to be shared by the public—as evidenced by the results of a new survey by the American Research Group, which found that 71 percent of Americans “disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as president.”

Posted on Jul 23, 2007 READ MORE


Halliburton Profits Spike on Spinoff of Subsidiary

Thanks in part to executives’ decision to unload the trouble-prone offshoot KBR in April, multinational corporation (and Dick Cheney’s former employer) Halliburton more than doubled its profits during the three-month period ending June 30, according to the BBC.

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Bad News About Global AIDS Rate

Even though the sense of urgency about HIV/AIDS appears to have dropped off in mainstream media and culture in recent years, the latest news about infection rates is far from favorable.  President Bush’s adviser on HIV/AIDS, Dr. Anthony Fauci, for one, reports that we’re “losing ... the numbers game” with respect to new infections around the globe.

Posted on Jul 23, 2007 READ MORE


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Romney: Hillary’s ‘in With Karl Marx’

Sizing up Hillary Clinton’s economic outlook on a campaign stop Sunday, rival presidential candidate Mitt Romney took aim at Clinton’s approach, accusing her of harboring ideas more in line with “Communist Manifesto” author Karl Marx’s theories than those of capitalist champion Adam Smith.

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Israeli Textbook Gives Arab View of the State’s Birth

A top Israeli education official has authorized a textbook for exclusive use in Arab Israeli schools that tells a different side of the story of Israel’s creation in 1948.  For starters, the text acknowledges that Palestinians dubbed the historical event “al nakba” (the catastrophe).

Posted on Jul 22, 2007 READ MORE


A Female President for India

Pratibha Patil defeated incumbent Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat in a governmental election for the presidency, making her the first female president of India.  Her election to the post is in keeping with an Indian tradition of using the presidency to give a “high-profile voice to disadvantaged communities,” according to the Associated Press.

Posted on Jul 21, 2007 READ MORE


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Romney, Obama Spar Over Sex Ed

What’s the right way to talk to children about sex?  Presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama have different ideas about how to answer this classic question—and for his part, Obama thinks stories about storks don’t fly after a certain age.  Meanwhile, Romney proudly touts his record in promoting abstinence education.

Posted on Jul 20, 2007 READ MORE


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More Trouble for Musharraf

Pakistan’s Supreme Court delivered a ruling Friday that smacks of a smackdown between the country’s other top legal players and President Pervez Musharraf, and in this round, Musharraf didn’t win:  The court flouted Musharraf’s decision, made earlier this year, to suspend Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry (pictured) and voted that he be reinstated to his post.

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Bush Clarifies Official Position on Torture (Kind of)

Were the CIA to potentially, maybe, have a detention and interrogation program it would now have to adhere to President Bush’s new executive order prohibiting cruel and inhuman treatment of detainees. It’s still unclear whether water-boarding remains on the menu.

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