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US Department of Defence has authorised $641m worth of the controversial weapons to be sent to Saudi Arabia.
Meetings planned after US Congress officially misses deadline for averting cuts to defence and other programmes.
Enforcing a political line: Pressure tactics are used from Tehran to Brooklyn to Washington, DC.
Hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars spent on bunker-busting bombs is money wasted on a superfluous political game.
Temporary hold issued due to "lack of business integrity" over company's handling of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Obama changed the tone and rhetoric of the "war on terror", yet escalated drone attacks, going after high value targets.
The modern US urge to torture did not begin on September 12, 2001, but can be traced back to the Cold War.
Escalating militarisation of the US police force to deal with "military-trained thugs" will not bode well for civilians.
A report on the film 'Act of Valor' and the growing ties between the film industry and the war industry.
Man appears in New York court after being held on US navy ship for two months without being advised of his rights.
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