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The Expanding US War in Pakistan
  At Least 33 Killed In Karachi Bombings
  US Military Deaths in Pakistan Fuel the Fires of Suspicion
8 Americans Died for Worthless Afghan Base
  Afghan Police Patrol Accidentally Kills 7 Civilians
  Peace Talks May Follow Ex-Taliban Mediators' Plan
  Afghan Women Fear Peace Plans Will Reverse Rights
  Thousands of Civilians Flee Afghan Region as NATO Plans Onslaught
At Least 41 Pilgrims Killed in Karbala Attacks
  Maliki Frames Election Ban as Battle Against US Meddling
Legal Experts Slam Assassinations of US Citizens
  Eric Holder and the Battle Over Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
  Homegrown Terrorism a Growing Concern for US Intelligence
  Military 'Experts': Terrorists Gaining Upper Hand in Cyber War
  Army May Patrol Streets of Britain to Confront 'Terror Threat'
US Doesn't Foresee Deal With Iran in Near Future
China Warns US Ties Turning Increasingly Sour
Russia Names NATO Expansion a National Threat
Army Backs Off Plan to Cut Non-War Spending
The Defense Industry Is Pleased With Obama  by Laura Flanders
Insecure Americans, Abdulmutallab, & Terrorism  by Joe Wolverton, II
Survivors Know Best: Torture Is Always Wrong  by Walter Rodgers
The Iran Sanctions Dilemma  by James Denselow
The War on Terror's Legal Battle  Los Angeles Times
How Secret Becomes Special  by Stan Goff

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