Today's Highlights

War Lies and the 2004 Election: James Bovard
Distorting Iran's Real Interest in Iraq: Gareth Porter
Hayek's Insights Apply to Iraq War: Leon Hadar
How Truth Slips Down the Memory Hole: Pilger
John Conyers Is No Martin Luther King: McGovern

 Joshua Frank

Hillary Clinton: Blood-Thirsty Warmonger

 Jacob Hornberger

How to Not Be a Good German

 Greg Palast

Iraq’s Oil Spoils

 Justin Raimondo

Neocons: Red on the Inside; Red, White and Blue on the Outside

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Updated July 26, 2007 - 10:52 PM EDT
Tillman Death May Have Been Deliberate
US Finds Few Non-Iraqis Among Insurgents
  Suicide Bombings Sour Celebration of Iraqi Soccer Win
  Thursday: 5 GIs, 88 Iraqis Killed; 215 Iraqis Wounded
Pentagon Making Contingency Iraq Pullout Plan
  US House Votes to Bar Permanent Iraq Bases
US Says Iran Training Green Zone Bombers
  Bush Line Distorts Iran's Real Interest in Iraq
  US Rejects Higher-Level Talks With Iran
  Amid Tensions With US, Iran's Presence in Iraq Grows
US Strike in Pakistan Is an Option, Officials Say
  Pakistan Army Has Slight Effect: US General
US Kills Embassy Plans for Hezbollah Area of Beirut
Hayek's Insights Apply to Iraq War as Well  by Leon Hadar
John Conyers Is No Martin Luther King  by Ray McGovern
How Truth Slips Down the Memory Hole  by John Pilger
More Dubya Talk  by Jeff Huber
Bush in Free Fall  by Robert Scheer
Cooking the Intelligence, Again
by Sidney Blumenthal

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Baquba Denied the Healing Touch
Largest Sunni Bloc Suspends Iraqi Govt Membership
That September Report on Iraq? It's Not the Only One
Intel Officials: 'Politicized' NIE Lacks Supporting Evidence
Sudan Ordered to Pay USS Cole Families $8 Million
Muslim Rejection of Suicide Bombings on the Rise
The World's Worst Suicide Bombers
House Roll Call Vote on Barring Permanent Iraq Bases
Giving Each Soldier His or Her Due: Army Base Reverses Course on Monthly Memorials
Iraq Occupation
Iraqi Govt: US Not Meeting Our Benchmarks to Provide Weapons for Iraqi Forces
Denmark Has Already Withdrawn Most of Its Troops From Iraq Earlier Than Expected
Bechtel Meets Goals on Fewer Than Half of Its Iraq Rebuilding Projects
Bush and Iraqis: Frequent Talks, Limited Results
Eight Iraqis Killed, 10 Wounded in Raids on Sadr City
Today in Iraq
Al-Qaeda in Iraq: Down but Not Out
Basra Doctors on Strike, Demand Protection
Iraqi Parliament Passes Law to Privatize Refineries
Iraq Makes It to the Asian Cup Final
Can Soccer Save Iraq?
Attacks Continue
Union Head Reports That Five Percent of All Iraqi Journalists Have Been Killed Since 2003
Women Increasingly Targeted for Violence in Iraq
Newspaper: Iraq VP Hid Details in Death of Personal Bodyguard
18 Bodies Found in Baghdad
Wednesday: 116 Iraqis, 3 GIs Killed; 186 Iraqis Wounded
The War at Home
Key Democrat Urges Iraq Pullout Without Deadline
Conservatives Call for Bush to Emphasize 'Leaving Iraq'
Top Republican: Envoys' Political Briefings 'Probably Inappropriate'
Hollywood Quickly Bringing the Iraq War Home
Disfavor for Bush Hits Rare Heights
Obama, Hillary Spar Over Diplomacy
AEI Arm Chair Generals Helped Shape Surge in Iraq
Murdoch, Son Differ Sharply Over Israel
US Military
Administration Urges Full Funding for New Nuke Warheads
Three Charged in Probe of Pentagon Iraq Contracts
Veterans Skeptical of Post-War Stress Bill
Early Survey Results on Hurt Iraq Vets
Military Bases See a Baby Boom
Air Force 'Space Command' Expands HQ
Panel Seeks Overhaul of US Military Health System
FBI: Air Force Mechanic Threatened to Blow Up Utah Air Force Base, Kill Hostages
US 'War on Terror'
Security Report Meant to Raise Awareness, Not Alarm, TSA Says
FBI Proposes Building Network of US Informants
Revised Antiterrorism Bill Moves Closer to Approval
Feds Insist Children on No-Fly List Are a 'Myth,' but Seven Year Old Still Has Trouble Boarding Planes
Hamas Uses Charity for 'Terror,' US Court Told
Florida Imam Disputes Charge That Friend Helped Fund Terror
Poll: Most in US Say al-Qaeda Remains Strong
Sentence in Terrorism Training Case
Fewer Guardsmen to Assist Along Border
FBI Seeks to Pay Telecoms for Data
Pentagon Study Sees Threat in Guantánamo Detainees
Australia's Top Legal Body: Hicks' Gitmo Trial a Charade
Former Gitmo Detainee Says Aussie Police Harassing Him
Extraordinary Rendition
US 'Ignored' UK Rendition Protests

CIA Misled Britain Over Rendition Plan

UK 'War on Terror'
Britain Claims 2,000 Terror Suspects, Urges Longer Detention
Brown Plans Border Force to 'Counter Terrorism Threat'
Tories Attack Brown's Border Guard Plan
MP Committee: British Airport Passenger Lines a Possible Terror Target
Battles of Britain
Brown's Attempt to Snub Bush Until September Backfired
UK Envoy Soothes US Alliance Fears
US Missile Defense System Set for Britain
Three UK Soldiers Charged Over 'Punishment Death'
Britain to Build Two Aircraft Carriers
Iran Says It Will Never Stop Nuclear Activities
Only Positive Outcome of US-Iran Talks: Trilateral Iraq Security Panel
Russia: Iran Nuclear Plant Not Operational Before 2008
Iran Slows Deportation of Afghans
Iranians Linked to American Scholars Arrested
US Pension Funds Urge Shell to Abandon Iran
Britain and Hamas Have Expanded Diplomatic Links: Haniyeh
Olmert: Only Israeli Military Might Can Bring Peace
Israeli TV Crew Sneaks Into Gaza, Interviews Gazans
Arab Ministers Optimistic at Start of Talks With Olmert
Hummus Brings Israelis, Palestinians to the Table
US Favors 'Constructive' Mideast Efforts
In Divided Hebron, a Shared Despair
Olmert Confirms Intention to Hold Talks on Palestinian State
UN Envoy: Gaza, West Bank Split Untenable in Long Term
Israeli Settlers, Rightists Clash With Police in Bid to Build Outpost
Syria Buys Russian Fighter Jet
Intense Lebanese Army Bombardment of Refugee Camp
UN Peacekeeper Killed in Lebanon
French Envoy Ends Lebanon Visit With Few Signs of Progress
US Rejects Italy's Call to Withdraw From Afghanistan
French Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
UK Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Bullet-Riddled Body of South Korean Found in Afghanistan
German Reporter Released in Afghanistan
Germany to Boost Presence in Afghanistan
Foreign Hostages in Afghanistan
Taliban Told to Kidnap Foreigners
US Official Calls for a Tougher Musharraf
Pakistani Villagers Fear Anti-al-Qaeda Offensive
Bhutto: 'Parallel State' Within Pakistan a Threat to World
Experts Question US Strategy in Pakistan
Pakistan to Rely on US Intelligence
US Commander: US Capable of Defending Taiwan From Chinese Attack
Koreas Still at Odds on Sea Border
Report: Tamil Tigers Skilled Fundraisers
Aid From China Builds an Ally in East Timor
Indian Troops May Vacate Kashmir Schools, Homes
Putin Calls for Response to US 'Threat'
Russia Pours Cash Into Georgia Rebel Region
Putin Orders Boost in Military, Spying
Top UK Trade Official Hit With Expulsion From Russia
Poll: Russia Seen as Threat to US
Kosovo Fate Divides Serbs
Western Nations Circulate New UN Draft on Darfur
Gordon Brown Backs Off Sanctions for Darfur
Fresh Attacks on Aid Workers Hamper Darfur Relief
Simple Sun-Cooker Takes Off as a Way to Help Darfuris
Grenades Spark Violence in Mogadishu
Trading Restored at Mogadishu Market
Rice Says She Hopes to Visit Libya Soon
Deal Near on Food for Sealed Area of Ethiopia
Ethiopia Opposition Members Seek Pardon
Colombia Militias Quit Peace Deal
Rights Group Condemns Colombian Rebels' Use of Land Mines
Burlington College to Send Students to Study in Cuba
Brazil's Defense Minister Fired

Justin Raimondo
How to Get Out of Iraq

Charles Peña
Surveillance Society

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal: Breakthrough or Bad Bargain?

Sascha Matuszak
Keeping Up Appearances

Alan Bock
Getting It Wrong

Doug Bandow
The Conquest of America by Iraq

Nebojsa Malic
Summer of Discontent

Philip Giraldi
Can't Find Osama?
Attack Iran Instead

Ivan Eland
Payback for NATO Expansion

David R. Henderson
The Meaning of July 4th,
Part Three

Ran HaCohen
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

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