U.S. government slams S&P with $5 billion fraud lawsui

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inShare8 Share this Email Print Related News U.S. seeks more than $5 billion in suit against S&P: attorney general 2:04pm EST Analysis & Opinion Fixing ‘too-big-to-fail’ California gets a little lovin’ Related Topics Investing and Taxes Simplified » Housing Market » Regulatory News » Breakingviews » Related Video $5bln lawsuit against S&P 12:43pm EST DOJ…

‘Kill List’ Document Outlines When US Can Target Its Own Citizens in Drone Strikes

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Published on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 by Common Dreams ‘Without saying so explicitly, the government claims the authority to kill American terrorism suspects in secret.’ – Andrea Germanos, staff writer A “profoundly disturbing” Justice Department document obtained by NBC News outlines when the U.S. can put its own citizens on a “kill list” to be targeted in drone…

Over 50 Countries Complicit in US Worldwide Torture Campaign

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Published on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 by Common Dreams New report details the murky channels of rendition after 9/11, and the many countries who had their hand in it – Lauren McCauley, staff writer A new report published Tuesday titled Globalizing Torture reveals the 136 people who were channeled through and the 54 countries that were complicit in…