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Video Premiere: k.d. lang "Simple"

"k.d. lang releases her new single 'Simple' through Nonesuch Records on June 6. 'Simple' is taken from k.d. lang’s latest album, the critically acclaimed 'Hymns of the 49 th Parallel.

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Video: Fischerspooner "Never Win"


The new video for Fischerspooner's forthcoming single "Never Win" was just released.
"It is a brilliant video that combines the duo's sense of experimental art with a glossy pop finishing. Counter culture goes mainstream."

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iPods A Hit In Electronic Vending Machine At Atlanta Airport

Glassfront vending machines that take credit cards are dispensing iPod minis, shuffles and accessories on concourses A and C at the Atlanta airport, according to The Atlanta Journal Constitution in Atlanta, Ga.


"Live 8" - Press Conference

Elton John listens as Bob Geldof announces a star-studded revival of his 1985 Live Aid charity event, dubbed Live 8 and timed to precede the Group of Eight summit in Scotland this July at a press conference in London(AFP/Carl de Souza)

Indian call staff quit over abuse on the line

Abuse from British and American customers is driving increasing numbers of Indian call centre workers from their jobs, defeated by the strain of handling persistent rudeness.

Grass-burning power station on the way

Britain's first major electricity plant to be fuelled by grass will begin construction later this year.

Iraqi journalists complain of censorship

Iraqi journalists say they are being censored by the US-led Coalition forces and the Iraqi government because of the topics covered by them in newspapers and on television.
-I'd bet American journalist are being censored too!

American Family Association now boycotting Ford

Donald and Tim Wildmon's AmTaliban American Family Association couldn't succeed with a Disney boycott, so now they are refocusing that message of intolerance and wingnuttery -- and going after Ford.
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Scientists link plastic food containers with breast cancer

A chemical widely used in food packaging may be a contributing factor to women developing breast cancer, scientists have suggested.

Brooke Shields slams Tom Cruise over scientology 'health' advice...

A feud with Brooke Shields has erupted after Cruise criticised her in a television interview for taking antidepressants to help her cope with postnatal depression. Shields is currently appearing in the musical Chicago in London and has a two-year-old daughter, Rowan.


-This is the best dirt they could come up with?

Geldof wants a million to march on G8 summit

Bob Geldof wants a million people to take part in a protest in Edinburgh to coincide with the forthcoming G8 summit.

The protest, part of the Making Poverty History campaign, will follow a second Live Aid concert to be screened worldwide and known as Live 8.

The 'Phantom Professor'

SMU lecturer takes heat for telling blog.

Paper: Bush Lied, Our Kids Died

The Star-Tribune writes in its Memorial Day editorial:

In the case of Iraq, the American public has failed them; we did not prevent the Bush administration from spending their blood in an unnecessary war based on contrived concerns about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. President Bush and those around him lied, and the rest of us let them.

Congress Actually Debates Iraq Pullout, Media Ignores It

128 members of the House — including 5 Republicans — actually voted for a modest amendment demanding that the Bush White House at least come up with a plan for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq. But neither the Democratic or Republican leadership supported it, so it died in a 300-128 vote. The House did approve another $49 billion for the Iraq occupation, on top of the recent $82 billion increase in Iraq spending …


Video: Randi Rhodes Speaks At Forum On Media Bias

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Ministry Of Sound Presents: Funky House Sessions

"Toward a Science Charged with Faith"

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955) stands among the very few leaders of thought in this century to integrate pure scientific research with a religious vocation. At an early point in his career this paleontologist and Jesuit priest made it his personal mission to reconstruct the most basic Christian doctrines from the perspectives of science and, at the same time, to reconstruct science from the perspectives of faith.


Justin to play gay for Will and Grace

Justin Timberlake is reportedly set to go play a gay man in 'Will and Grace'.

He is planning to play the "bad boy" boyfriend of Sean Hayes' character Jack during the guest appearance.

He has apparently signed up for a three-episode run on the show when it returns for its eighth and final season in the autumn.

Bosses of the show would not confirm his appearance but a spokesperson for the show said they have "some great guest stars" lined up for appearances.


FLASH: "Dancing Hillary"

Remind Us: Why did the United States Invade Iraq?

Flash presentation.

2002 bombing raids tried to goad Saddam into war:

THE RAF and US aircraft doubled the rate at which they were dropping bombs on Iraq in 2002 in an attempt to provoke Saddam Hussein into giving the allies an excuse for war, new evidence has shown.

Dog Parks USA

Interactive map to find dog parks in your neighborhood.

Lending Standards Plumb New Depths

But how, you ask, can real-estate mania be going full-bore in a region where home prices are so very high? Some would answer that it's simply a matter of all-but-insatiable demand meeting temporarily insufficient supply. No argument here. But even the most cravenous sort of demand cannot by itself cause a market to boom as Southern California real estate has. It is not the demand for housing per se that has pushed prices to extremes, however, but rather the relative ease with which home buyers can borrow money.

It's Like LoJack For Your Laptop

Mac PhoneHome™ is a transparent theft protection and recovery software system that you install on your Mac or Powerbook. Once installed, it sends an email message to your address every time the computer connects to the Internet. If your equipment is stolen our Service Center and your local police use the emails to track, locate and recover your computer

History is littered with lots of hoaxes

Band Quits MTV Awards Show, Takes Dubya's Picture With Them

Nine Inch Nails won’t perform at the MTV Movie Awards next week because MTV got queasy about the band’s backdrop: “an unmolested, straightforward image of George W. Bush,” according to band leader Trent Reznor’s statement on the NIN Web site. “Apparently, the image of our president is as offensive to MTV as it is to me,” Reznor wrote.

Governor digs fixing potholes San Jose crews destroy part of road for staged event

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger traveled to a quiet San Jose neighborhood Thursday, and -- dogged by protesters -- filled a pothole dug by city crews just a few hours before, as part of an attempt to dramatize his efforts to increase money for transportation projects.


Sly Intel CEO warns that Apple is the safer computer buy

New Intel CEO Paul Otellini has flashed a level of marketing savvy unseen with his predecessor by making the unusual suggestion that consumers by Apple's Mac computers if they wish to avoid immediate security risks.



Jet-setting pets get own frequent flyer club

A British airline is targeting a growing market in pet travel by launching a special frequent flyer scheme for jet-setting dogs, cats and other animals.

DeLay Slams NBC Over Criminal Intent

According to a transcript exerpt supplied B&C by DeLay's office, the show's finale features a white supremacist who kills a judge's family, and the killing of an appellate judge. As the detectives hunt for the judge killer, one says: "Maybe we should put out an APB for somebody in a Tom DeLay T-shirt

Police Observe UFO In Ohio Sky

Police officers observed the moving lights even though the Hopkins International Airport radar didn't indicate anything was in the area.

Bush Discusses Propoganda Tactic

"See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda." — Bush in Greece, New York, yesterday."

Bill Maher: Fruit

-Response to Congressman Bachus.

Real Time: Video Clip

This Is Not A Joke...

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Fred Phelps May Be Dying


Uncle Sam Buys Minivans to Replace Army Humvees

-Better on gas but they can't stop a bullet or a RPG.

LA Times Threatens O'Reilly With Secret Service

The Los Angeles Times is slamming Bill O'Reilly – for slamming the Los Angeles Times.The newspaper has warned the "telephilosopher" to stop his "decapitation fantasies" involving Times editorial page editor Michael Kinsley – or face trouble from the Secret Service.

The mysterious deaths of top microbiologists


In 1967, the Summer of Love quickly gave way to the winter of student discontent, and the advent of more fully confrontational student politics at NYU. The preeminent student organizations were CEWV and the Voice Party, the latter group heavily influence by both the International Socialist party and the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley. These organizations began to target the university’s links with the military, as manifested in defense department contracts, on-campus recruitment by war-related industry, cooperation with the Selective Service, and ROTC programs.

Reporter, editor say 'Jeff Gannon' plagiarized article

A Massachusetts newspaper reporter and her then-editor have accused former White House correspondent 'Jeff Gannon' of plagiarizing an article at which the reporter was the only media witness, RAW STORY has learned. The alleged plagiarism was discovered by blogger Ron Brynaert, who has tracked other plagiarism by Gannon and various Talon News correspondents at his blog, WhyAreWeBackInIraq.

House Kills First Vote on Iraq Withdrawal

The House of Representatives voted down a measure, by a 128 to 300 vote, that called on President Bush to devise a plan for a withdrawal from Iraq. It came in the form of an amendment to the $491 billion budget for the Pentagon that was passed on Wednesday night.

Africans ask: 'Why isn't anyone telling the good news?'

The way most newspapers and TV news tell it, there's little going on in Africa except poverty, famine, disease, and even genocide.
But there's more to Africa than hardship. And there are growing efforts to try to present a fuller, more rounded picture of this continent to the world.

"La Cocina Cubana: Secretos de mi Abuela" Airs Tonight On PBS South Florida

This nostalgic program centers on classic Cuban cuisine while paying tribute to the island’s best chefs: las abuelas (the grandmothers). The kitchen in the Cuban household is not only the place where great delicacies are prepared, but it is also the heart of the home. Here gatherings take place, meals are shared and home remedies are prepared. Take a candid look at a culture tat is struggling to preserve its customs and traditions for future generations to enjoy.
9PM - Thursday May, 26

Breaching the Great Wall of Malibu

Malibu, City of Septic Tanks, sometimes leaks into the ocean. And a few Malibutians have even been caught piping their crud directly into the sea.

"It's Only Publicity Love"

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes earlier this month. A recent magazine poll found a majority call their dating a publicity stunt.


Paris Hilton? Grand Marshall - L.A. Gay Pride Parade

Paris and Kathy Hilton have been named grand marshals for the 35th Annual Los Angeles Gay Pride celebrations to be held in West Hollywood, festival organizers announced last week.


Rosie To Guest Star On ‘Queer as Folk’

Rosie O'Donnell hasn't been doing many acting gigs lately but she'll appear on Showtime's "Queer as Folk" for three episodes.
-NY Newsday

Get a look at what's coming up on QAF with exclusive video clips. Rosie O'Donnell
guest stars in this episode!


Pentagon denies OK given to down plane

Now NORAD and the Pentagon claim they weren’t going to shoot down the little plane that caused panic in Washington. But they’re lieing again: Here in the government-funded Voice of America report on the original incident, an official NORAD spokesman told the truth — or, the “truth” as it was authorized two weeks ago.

Ten Lies About Health Your Doctor Taught You

Lie #1: Prescription drugs will make you healthier.
Truth #1: Prescription drugs only mask symptoms. They do nothing to correct the underlying biochemical causes of disease. Simultaneously, most prescription drugs cause nutritional deficiencies which lead to further progression of chronic disease.

Meet Dixie Longate: Tupperware's Top Sales Queen

The year was 1950, and single mother Brownie Wise was making ends meet by selling Tupperware products at home parties. Her go-getter spirit and natural flair for demonstrating creative food storage created such a buzz, Earl Silas Tupper, the inventor of the plastic bowls and containers with spill-proof lids, took notice and made her vice president of his company. Sales went through the kitchen roof. Fifty years later, there's a new queen on the home party scene. Her name is Dixie Longate. Like her predecessor, Dixie found salvation in Tupperware. But instead of selling to make ends meet, Dixie sold Tupperware to regain custody of her three children, Dwayne, Wynona, and lil' Absorbine, Jr. She says, "I got out of prison and my parole officer said that I needed to get a job in order to get my kids back. She suggested that I start selling something out of my home, and since white slavery isn't a really big market in this country right now, I thought, Tupperware. I did my first party and had a blast. Made about $300 that afternoon and thought, 'This is easy. I want to give this a try.'" And try she did.

Volcano in western Mexico erupts

A volcano in western Mexico unleased its most powerful eruption in more than a decade Monday, shooting ash two miles into the sky and sending burning gas and rock fragments down the slopes.

Conyers at Media Bias Forum: 'Independent Press Under Assault'

Says Mainstream Media Unwilling to Accurately Report on Admin, Scapegoated, Facing Retribution if They Do

U.S. covering up mad cow cases, scientist says

Canadian Press
OTTAWA — A scientist and former inspector for the U.S Agriculture Department says he's willing to take a lie detector test to back his claim that his government is covering up mad cow

Thomas Jefferson's Warning To America

"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs."

* Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin (1802) and later published in The Debate Over The Recharter Of The Bank Bill (1809)

"Extraterrestrial" National Geographic Channel - May 30th

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White House: No tours for cash

The administration axes a Republican Florida lawmaker's plan to raise money with a "special tour."

Amateur Skywatchers Find New Planet 15,000 Light Years Away

Fox News in Ratings Free Fall

Here's something you won't hear on Fox News -- ratings for the cable news channel have been plummeting since before the November election. According to TV Newser, the number of people watching Fox during prime time in the 25 to 54 age bracket dropped in April for the sixth straight month.

Grammy-winning guitarist Robert Cray just released his new song about a soldier in Iraq, and it’s free for TrueMajority members.

“A gripping, emotional anti-war ballad of the experience of a GI in Iraq”

Great Lies of the American Free Press


DOD Web site jokes of Christian crusade against Muslims

The US Department of Defense's own Marine Corps Web site shows a photo taken May 5, 2005 in Iraq. It's a photo of a US tank dubbed the "New Testament" - the name of the tank is written across its barrel.

Internet infection holds files 'hostage'

Computer users already anxious about viruses and identity theft have new reason to worry: Hackers have found a way to lock up the electronic documents on your computer and then demand $200 over the Internet to get them back.

Cooldest May On Record

Alabama congressman finds Bill Maher show near 'treasonous'

An Alabama congressman says comedian Bill Maher's comment that the U.S. military has already recruited all the "low-lying fruit" is possibly treasonous and at least grounds to cancel the HBO show.


Disney faces protest over shark fin soup

A Weeklong Welcome In Orlando

'Sarcasm' brain areas discovered

Scientists say they have located the parts of the brain that comprehend sarcasm - honestly.


The hug, long reserved for women, celebrating sports victories, and men from other countries, is muscling its way into everyday American Guydom.

Bush's approval rating on crucial issues hits a low

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Mobile Phone Radio Listeners Can Identify 50,000 Songs with 411-Song

Limbaugh leads the echo chamber’s attack on Moyers

Moyers’ speech didn’t mention Limbaugh once. But Rush may have recognized himself in a few of Moyers’ pronouncements. For instance: “The more compelling our journalism, the angrier the radical right of the Republican Party gets. That’s because the one thing they loathe more than liberals is the truth. And the quickest way to be damned as a liberal is to tell the truth.”

The Pew Research Center

Contrary to the widespread impression of a nation only divided into two unified “red” and “blue” camps, our latest survey finds important cleavages on values and basic attitudes within each party. As a result, both parties face internal challenges as well as opportunities to expand their constituencies. While Republicans have made strong and election-determining inroads among independents, divisions over social and domestic issues may make it difficult for them to consolidate and build upon that advantage. Democrats, however, must deal with a more diverse constituency that is sharply divided on social and cultural values.

Where Do You Fit?Answer the typology questionnaire online and find out which Typology group you fit into.

Bush Flies Home From Michigan With Fancy New Saddle

-So, they think he's a real Christian and a real cowboy? Last I heard, he was afraid of horses.

Princess Diana's Kidney Functioning And Speaking English?

Is Wal-Mart Selling Baby Boys In Vending Machines?

Inventing a Pretext for War: An Interview with James Bamford

For more than two decades James Bamford has been a noted investigative journalist focusing on intelligence gathering in the United States.

The Old Republic Has Been Swept Away…

"One thing that needs to be remembered and kept in mind throughout the Star Wars series is that it is the good guys who fall for the fake threats and false crises the whole time, allowing the imperial executive to take root and gain ground. Even the Jedi, for the most part, are fooled, and go along with the manufactured and unnecessary war against the Trade Federation."

Opposing Opinion

Saudi Council Shelves Debate on Women's Driving Ban

Saudi Arabia's appointed Shura (consultative) council shelved a proposal by one of its members to lift the ban on women's driving in the kingdom, newspapers reported Monday, May 23.

ESP, UFOs and reincarnation are treated with respect at the world's most bizarre scientific conference

Guess who's coming to Bush's dinner? Porn star and former candidate Mary Carey.

Carey's boss, hard-core porn producer Mark Kulkis of Los Angeles, has ponied up $5,000 for two tickets to a National Republican Congressional Committee event called the President's Dinner and Salute to Freedom. Kulkis, who locked in his tickets by credit card yesterday, tells us he will take the 24-year-old Carey (real name: Mary Cook ) as his date.

Recent Quakes, Violent Weather In Southern Hemisphere

"Here in the antipodean Southern Hemisphere we have been and are experiencing VERY odd weather over the last few weeks. Examples: Heavy rain in South Africa (Jo'Burg) during May = first time in memory. Heavy rain in Western Australia during May = unusually VERY high unseasonal and anomalous rainfall. Violent electrical storms - last Sunday we had fantastic electrical storms with cyclonic wind speeds and multiple tornadoes that created HUGE damage across Perth region (NEVER EVER SEEN BEFORE IN 175 years of EUROPEAN AUSTRALIAN MEMORY). "

New, Secret US Aircraft?

Brazil Opens UFO Files

Massive Calif. assault planned vs. gay citizens. Ban to be retroactive.

"Why not just also demand that "known homosexuals" be make to display a pink triangle on their front door so all Californians can feel safer knowing perfidious, pedophilic, sub-humans (probably diseased!) are lurking--like Communists and Jews of old--in the neighborhood...verily, behind every tree! Look! Look, Ma! There's one over there! Is it true they eat babies?"


Memo From "Kenny Boy" to George

While the White House has repeatedly described former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay as simply a "supporter" of George W. Bush, extensive correspondence between the two men paints a far cozier picture of their relationship, according to copies of letters obtained this afternoon (2/15) by The Smoking Gun.

Bush's "Suggested Picks" Memo

The memo went on to solicit several types of people "who he would like to visit with" -- including a young worker who "knows that [Social Security] could run out before they retire," a young couple with children who like "the idea of leaving something behind to the family" and a single parent who believes Bush's proposal for individual investment accounts "would provide more retirement options and security" than the current system.

Contents of a brain to be "downloaded" on to a supercomputer...

...according to a leading British futurologist.

Water: The New Oil

Mideast water shortage could fuel political tensions

Time Warner considers spinning off AOL

Chief executive Richard Parsons told investors Saturday that the possibility has been discussed with AOL management of selling shares of the internet giant in an initial public offering. However, he told the company`s annual meeting that Time Warner decided not to go ahead with such a plan "at this point," the Washington Post reported.

Bush gets mixed reception at Christian college

But there were also many Bush supporters, with placards that said, "We loveBush" and "Cutie pie." Wha?