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Tritium Leaking in 48 of 65 Nuclear Sites Across America Reports US NRC
Dykes also covers the following news stories: A recent attack on Ron Paul's Washington State headquarters. Staffers in the Bellevue office on January The alarming increase in radiation leaks at nuclear power plants around the world. The latest leak occurred at the San Onofre plant in San Diego, California, after a plant in Byron, Illinois, leaked tritium late last month. Aaron covers at story by Paul Joseph Watson revealing a plan by officials in Indiana to use radioactive naked body scanners at the Super Bowl this Sunday. Hollywood director James Cameron has bought a large tract of land in a remote area of New Zealand and plans to relocate his family there. Does Cameron know something we don't about things to come as the world teeters on the edge of financial meltdown and social crisis? Dykes also covers an article posted today by Steve Watson covering legislation introduced by five Washington state representatives to override the authoritarian and Constitution-busting NDAA bill cooked up in Congress and signed into law on New Year Day by Obama. Finally, Aaron talks about a lawsuit filed in federal court as the family of a slain Border Patrol agent try to get to the bottom of the Fast and Furious imbroglio.
WASHINGTON — The Republican-controlled House voted Tuesday to condemn President Barack Obama for failing to give 30-day notice to Congress about the exchange in May of American prisoner Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban leaders held at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Republican-controlled House voted Tuesday to condemn President Barack Obama for failing to give 30-day notice to Congress about the exchange in May of American prisoner Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban leaders held at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bowing to the Pentagon, the Senate agreed after impassioned debate Thursday to leave the authority to prosecute rapes and other serious crimes with military commanders in a struggle that highlighted the growing role of women in Congress.