Artículos de la Categoría " Noticias Nacionales "

  • <!--:es-->Unruly passenger forces emergency landing in Boston<!--:-->

    Unruly passenger forces emergency landing in Boston

    BOSTON – A woman panicking from claustrophobia caused a Washington-bound flight from London to make an emergency landing in Boston on Wednesday, sparking a major security alert.

    Police and other officials said there was no apparent terrorist threat, but the …


  • <!--:es-->Judge puts US phone spying case on hold!<!--:-->

    Judge puts US phone spying case on hold!

    SAN FRANCISCO – A federal judge put on hold a domestic spying lawsuit against AT and T to allow time to consolidate dozens of such pending cases against telecom companies in a single US court.

    US District Court Judge Vaughn …



  • Yates found not guilty in kids’ deaths

    HOUSTON – Texas mother Andrea Yates was found not guilty by reason of insanity on Wednesday in her second trial for drowning her five young children in a bathtub in 2001.

    The verdict was a sharp reversal of the one …


  • <!--:es-->Prefiere Hussein ser Fusilado<!--:-->

    Prefiere Hussein ser Fusilado

    Bagdad, Iraq.- Un delgado pero combativo Saddam Hussein se presentó en su juicio, por primera vez desde su huelga de hambre y consecuente hospitalización, quejándose de que fue trasladado contra su voluntad y pidiendo ser fusilado en caso de ser …


  • <!--:es-->Intelligence chiefs urge easing of spy rules<!--:-->

    Intelligence chiefs urge easing of spy rules

    WASHINGTON – U.S. authorities could not track al Qaeda effectively if required to obtain court warrants before eavesdropping on telephone conversations involving U.S. callers, top intelligence officials said.

    Three administration officials, including CIA Director Michael Hayden, appeared before the Senate …


  • <!--:es-->Intelligence chiefs urge easing of spy rules<!--:-->

    Intelligence chiefs urge easing of spy rules

    WASHINGTON – U.S. authorities could not track al Qaeda effectively if required to obtain court warrants before eavesdropping on telephone conversations involving U.S. callers, top intelligence officials said on Wednesday.

    Three administration officials, including CIA Director Michael Hayden, appeared before …


  • Bush casts his first veto on stem-cell bill

    WASHINGTON – President Bush cast his first veto on Wednesday to block legislation to expand embryonic stem cell research, putting him at odds with top scientists, most Americans and some fellow Republicans.

    “It crosses a moral boundary that our decent …




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