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27/10/2007 - 22:37

EditoWeb News: USA today 27 OCT. 2007

Court frees U.S. teen jailed 10 years for oral sex; Chrysler workers approve contentious labor pact; The White House holds surveillance materials hostage; Rethinking Fire Policy in the Tinderbox Zone; Britain Prepares for First Ever Regular Season Professional American Football Game; US Issues New Alert on Shoe Bombs...



Court frees U.S. teen jailed 10 years for oral sex:

ATLANTA - A Georgia man sentenced to 10 years in jail without parole for having consensual oral sex with a 15-year-old girl when he was 17 walked free on Friday after the state's top court ordered his early release.

Chrysler workers approve contentious labor pact:

DETROIT - Workers represented by the United Auto Workers ratified a four-year contract with automaker Chrysler LLC, the union said on Saturday, capping a close-fought battle that had threatened to scuttle the labor pact.

The White House holds surveillance materials hostage:

The ongoing White House push for retroactive immunity for telecommunications companies continues unabated, with the Bush gang using secret documents about the NSA warrantless-search program as a bargaining chip.

Rethinking Fire Policy in the Tinderbox Zone:

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 27 — As Californians sift through the cinders of this week’s deadly wildfires, there is a growing consensus that the state’s war against such disasters — as it is currently being fought — cannot be won.
“California has lost 1.5 million acres in the last four years,” said Richard A. Minnich, a professor of earth sciences who teaches fire ecology at the University of California, Riverside. “When do we declare the policy a failure?”

Britain Prepares for First Ever Regular Season Professional American Football Game:

For the first time ever, the U.S. National Football League will stage a regular season game in Europe. The venue for the Sunday clash will be London's new Wembley stadium. Tom Rivers has detail from London.

US Issues New Alert on Shoe Bombs:


U.S. security officials are warning of terrorist plans to hide bomb components in shoes.
The CBS television network has obtained a copy of the warning, issued Wednesday by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI.
The general terrorism-related awareness notice was prompted by the discovery in Europe last month of a pair of shoes used to smuggle electric blasting caps across international borders.


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