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Kelli Kennedy / Associated Press:
Official: 7 arrested in Sears Tower plot  —  MIAMI - Seven people were arrested Thursday in connection with the early stages of a plot to attack Chicago's Sears Tower and other buildings in the U.S., including the FBI office here, a federal law enforcement official said.
Evan Benn / Miami Herald:
Anti-terror arrests made in Miami raid  —  FBI agents backed by state and local law enforcement cordoned off an area of Liberty City and made several arrests on Thursday as part of what U.S. officials called a significant terror-related investigation.  —  There was no immediate threat to Miami, officials said.
Pierre Thomas / ABCNEWS:
Federal Agents Raid Suspected Terror Cell in Miami  —  Officials Say Group Planned to Bomb the FBI Building in Miami and Sears Tower in Chicago  —  June 22, 2006 — ABC News has learned that federal agents, including the FBI, are launching a series of raids tonight targeting a suspected terror cell based in Miami.
MSNBC:
FBI arrests 7 in Miami terrorism-related search  —  Investigators claim men conspired to attack Sears Tower … MSNBC TV  —  MIAMI - Federal law-enforcement sources tell NBC News that the FBI has arrested seven men here as part of an ongoing anti-terrorism operation.
Discussion: Hyscience, Thomas Joscelyn and Macsmind
Fox News:
Seven Nabbed in Miami on Terror Charges in Plot to Hit Sears Tower  —  MIAMI — Seven people were arrested on terrorism conspiracy charges Thursday in connection with the early stages of a plot to attack Chicago's Sears Tower and other buildings in the United States, a federal law enforcement official said.
Discussion: JOSHUAPUNDIT and Power Line
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:
Domestic Terrorism Raids In Miami
Discussion: Atlas Shrugs
wcbstv.com:
Terror Suspects Arrested In Miami Housing Project
Discussion: lgf: chunks of funk
BBC:   Seven arrests over 'Chicago plot'
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Los Angeles Times:
U.S. Mining Bank Transfer Data in Anti-Terror Effort  —  WASHINGTON — The U.S. government, without the knowledge of many banks and their customers, has engaged for years in a secret effort to track terrorist financing by reviewing confidential information on transfers of money between banks worldwide.
Discussion: The Politics of CP and TalkLeft
Justin Bachman / Associated Press:
Media Refuses to Hold Surveillance Story
Discussion: PoliPundit.com
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
CT Senate: Lieberman, Iraq and the Price of Principle  —  It's not been a good week for Sen. Joe Lieberman.  —  On Monday the Connecticut Democrat told reporters that "under no circumstances" would he run as anything other than a Democrat in the state's Aug. 8 primary.
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David Stout / New York Times:
Senate Rejects Democratic Efforts on Iraq  —  WASHINGTON, June 22 — The Senate voted today against measures calling for the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, after a long and emotional debate that was in some ways reminiscent of the Vietnam War era.  —  The votes, 86 to 13 on one measure …
Associated Press:
Senate rejects Iraq redeployment motions
Joan Vennochi / Boston Globe:
A military draft might awaken us  —  REINSTATE THE military draft and see how quickly the United States ends its war in Iraq.  —  Imagine if all our sons and daughters were at risk for deployment to the desert.  Imagine if all our children faced the Al Qaeda-style butchery that took the lives …
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ucar.edu:
Global Warming Surpassed Natural Cycles in Fueling 2005 Hurricane Season, NCAR Scientists Conclude  —  BOULDER—Global warming accounted for around half of the extra hurricane-fueling warmth in the waters of the tropical North Atlantic in 2005, while natural cycles were only a minor factor …
The New Republic:
HERE WE GO AGAIN:  —  Where to begin?  First, there's the issue of the nature of the "Townhouse" e-mail list, and how much weight Kos's words carry with the bloggers on the list.  Kos, in this post, dismisses as "ludicrous" the suggestion that, as he puts it, "I send 'dictats' to other bloggers …
Jonah Goldberg / Los Angeles Times:
The Web's yellow DNA  —  Online punditry harkens back to Old Media's populist roots.  —  WE'RE IN THE middle of another of the perennial tempests over the promise or the peril of the Internet.  I've always been skeptical of some of the more utopian claims of Internet boosters and the dystopian fears of its critics.
 
 
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