YouTube launches pay channels with campy flicks Roger Corman's campy B movies, children's shows like "Sesame Street" and "Inspector Gadget," and inspirational monologues by celebrities — these are among the 30 channels that will require a paid monthly subscription on YouTube coming soon. More
FCC moving forward on speedier in-flight Internet service U.S. federal telecommunications regulators are pushing ahead with efforts to bring faster Internet service to commercial and private airline flights. The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday started deliberations on a proposal that would offer a new type of in-flight broadband service promising U.S. More
Former AG: Obama cares more about politics than security - WorldNetDaily 2011 raid on Abbottabad, telling the world, including the al-Qaida forces aligned with Osama bin Laden ... the Abbottabad raid, only 17 documents 10/9/2014 - 8:23 am | View Link
What Former CIA Head Leon Panetta Says Now About Torture - MSNBC Newsweek Opinion: Panetta's memoir a chance for Obama to reset - Newsday 10/9/2014 - 6:02 am | View Link
Our National Security State Knows Everything about You but Nothing ... - Foreign Policy In Focus Failure is success: how American intelligence works in the 21st ... - Open Democracy 10/3/2014 - 1:03 pm | View Link
Documents Show Bin Laden Raid Guided by Satellites The Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden was guided by satellites providing minute-by-minute updates, a top-secret U.S. intelligence document indicates. The satellite fleet aimed dozens of receivers over Pakistan to collect a flood of encrypted ... 08/31/2013 - 1:01 am | View Link
Osama bin Laden raid Navy SEALS guided from SPACE, DNA tested in secret lab It reveals how, eight hours after the raid, a forensic intelligence lab run by the Defense Intelligence Agency in Afghanistan analysed DNA from bin Laden's body and "provided a conclusive match" confirming his identity. The leaked information contradicts ... 08/30/2013 - 7:35 am | View Link
Bin Laden Raid Had Help From Space, Secret Budget Documents Show A fleet of satellites played a vital role in the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden, according to intelligence documents obtained by the Washington Post from whistleblower Edward Snowden. The so-called “black budget” documents, which detail spending ... 08/29/2013 - 10:46 pm | View Link
Administration officials offered access to bin Laden filmmakers, documents show (CNN)-- Newly released documents have reignited the debate in Washington over whether Obama administration officials granted too much access to filmmakers making a movie about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden -- and whether national security was ... 05/23/2012 - 5:00 pm | View Link
Osama bin Laden raid documents released ... bin Laden’s sons in a way that identifies bin Laden as the author. The declassified collection, just a fraction of the thousands of hard-copy and electronic documents snatched during the raid, was made public on a website operated by the Combating ... 05/3/2012 - 11:50 pm | View Link
Document: Pakistan's Bin Laden Dossier In an Al Jazeera exclusive, the results of the Abbottabad Commission are now being made public. 10/20/2014 - 9:59 am | View Website
Death of Osama bin Laden Osama bin Laden, the founder and head of the Islamist militant group al-Qaeda, was killed in Pakistan on May 2, 2011, shortly after 1:00 am PKT (20:00 UTC, May 1) by ... 10/20/2014 - 9:30 am | View Website
Getting Bin Laden The Abbottabad raid was not DEVGRU’s maiden venture into Pakistan, either. The team had surreptitiously entered the country on ten to twelve previous occasions ... 10/20/2014 - 3:32 am | View Website
Osama bin Laden Osama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, a son of Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden, a billionaire construction magnate with close ties to ... 10/20/2014 - 3:10 am | View Website
Pakistan's Bin Laden Dossier On the night of May 1, 2011, US special forces launched a raid deep into Pakistani territory to capture or kill al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden. 10/19/2014 - 4:55 pm | View Website
The U. N. health agency said Saturday that the number of confirmed, probable and suspected cases has risen to 10,141.
WHO has said repeatedly that even those very high figures are likely an underestimate as many people in the hardest hit countries have been unable or too frightened to seek medical care.
Authorities in Bullhead City are investigating the death of a 1-year-old boy.
Bullhead City police spokeswoman Emily Fromelt says the child was taken to an area hospital late Wednesday night by the mother and her boyfriend.
The baby was then flown to a Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas in critical condition.
He succumbed to his injuries early Thursday.
Fromelt says police are not releasing further details.
A law that went into effect last week establishes, for the first time, statewide standards for the use of physical restraint and seclusion on students in Alaska public schools.
Before House Bill 210, which Gov. Sean Parnell signed into law in July, became effective Oct. 14, Alaska statutes were vague, allowing teachers and other staff members to use "reasonable and necessary" physical restraint in emergencies but offering no details on what was permitted and what was not.
In practice, that meant individual school districts were left to formulate their own policies on restraint and seclusion -- or operate without one at all, said Don Enoch, the state's special education administrator.
The new law defines terms like "seclusion" and "restraint" and bars methods such as sedating any student with drugs or placing them in restraint chairs or in positions where the child's airway might be compromised.
Much of the new policy mirrors rules the Anchorage School District already had in place, wrote assistant superintendent Linda Carlson, who oversees special education, in an email.
" of some of the language in the new laws, our School Board policy on restraint and seclusion is being revised so that it is much more detailed in nature and we are having to examine ways to collect data around restraint and seclusion incidents," she wrote.