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Classified Addsnew

SFR investigates the New Mexico component of the Washington Post's intelligence project.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Corey Pein  |  07-28-2010  |  Policy Issues

Photographer's My Chemical Romance Nightmare has a Happy Endingnew

Last week was a wild one for freelance photographer Nichole Torpea. The 22-year-old UMSL grad was shooting the May 3 My Chemical Romance concert at the Pageant for Riverfront Times, when, she says, she was assaulted by a member of the band's security team.
Riverfront Times  |  Chad Garrison  |  05-16-2008  |  Music

History Happensnew

Americans can't prevent catastrophe, no matter how many bureaucratic security measures they create.
Seven Days  |  Judith Levine  |  06-25-2007  |  Commentary

Shake Your Badonkadonknew

Antibalas brings its version of Afrobeat to the region.
Illinois Times  |  Rene Spencer Saller  |  04-13-2007  |  Reviews

Tales from the Cryptographernew

Security guru Bruce Schneier busts the myths of post-9/11 safety measures.
Seven Days  |  Ken Picard  |  06-08-2006  |  Civil Liberties

Bunkering Downnew

Jewish community groups get government help to fight terror.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  G.W. Schulz  |  04-26-2006  |  Religion

Next Caller, Pleasenew

Mike Stark has received national accolades, and on-air threats, for his relentless pursuit of dialogue on the right-wing airwaves.
Metroland  |  Rick Marshall  |  03-16-2006  |  Media

Breaking the Trustnew

Albany County N.Y. threatens the livelihood of its impoverished disabled by rushing to implement a distant and controversial court case.
Metroland  |  Miriam Axel-Lute  |  01-05-2006  |  Policy Issues

Disaster 101new

Virginia Commonwealth University recently became the nation's only major research university with a program in homeland security and emergency preparedness. Hurricane Katrina gave the students in that major a lot to think about.
Style Weekly  |  Melissa Scott Sinclair  |  09-19-2005  |  Policy Issues

The Patriot Axnew

Markus Young moved to this country from Germany when he was three years old. Now, courtesy of tougher immigration laws, he could be deported under the Patriot Act.
Boston Phoenix  |  Deirdre Fulton  |  08-29-2005  |  Immigration

What's the Point of Random Searches?new

A potential bomber is a needle in a human haystack, but New York cops' goal in searching some subway riders is a psychological one.
The Village Voice  |  Jarrett Murphy  |  07-27-2005  |  Commentary

Social Security for Non-Nerdsnew

Here's a guide to the debate that will affect your family for generations to come, but that you have likely been avoiding like the plague.
Metroland  |  Miriam Axel-Lute  |  06-23-2005  |  Policy Issues

The Dorm From Hellnew

Black mold, fire ant invasions, lack of repairs: They all make living conditions at the University of Texas at Dallas's Waterview Park miserable. But far worse is the crime.
Dallas Observer  |  a Southern Methodist University Investigative Reporting Class  |  05-02-2005  |  Education

Bush's Four Big Lies about Social Securitynew

An investment advisor for the nation's oldest firm dedicated to socially responsible investing explains clearly and simply the problems with the president's proposal to privatize Social Security.
INDY Week  |  Farnum Brown  |  03-03-2005  |  Business & Labor

Ground Zeronew

Republican convention protesters prepare for permitless rallies in bunkered-down city.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Marisa Handler  |  08-25-2004  |  Politics

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