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  • T.I.'s wife Tiny confirms ... the two were in a room together during regular visiting hours at Arkansas State Prison when Tiny made like Michael Jackson ... and beat it.

    T.I. Punished For Wife's 'Frisky' Prison Visit

  • I couldn't help noticing the other day that R. T.I.'s web portal for the E.A.T.R. project had removed all references to the platform's ability to consume human corpses.

    Foraging Killbots Will Be Strictly Vegetarian, Company Assures « Antiwar.com Blog

  • F. B.I.'s Washington office that handles stolen valor cases, said that while the bureau did not keep statistics on the crime, the biggest increase came after 2006 with the passage of the Stolen

    Media Coverage August 2009

  • Only P. E.I.'s Benjamin Casavant (45-22-24) is in the same ballpark and he can also thank his elevated role on a below average P.E.I. team for his stature.

    Red Line: Reviewing the prospects after the holiday tournaments

  • The leader of their sect claims he delivered millions of voters to Bush (born again by Billy Graham after one too many D. W.I.'s), and that they talk by phone each week.

    John Farr: There's Truth In Obama's Words About the Middle Class

  • On the other hand, G.I.'s who jump on grenades are given posthumous medals, and lauded for their love of country and companions.

    Instant Empathy?

  • The George Washington University librarian, Jack Siggins, said the university strongly objected to the F. B.I.'s removing anything from the Anderson archive.

    FBI wants to go on fishing expedition through muckraking journalist Jack Anderson's archives

  • Instead, after two weeks of frantic inquiries by her parents, The New York Times learned that Tashnuba was one of two girls being held, officially on their parents 'immigration violations, but actually for questioning by F. B.I.'s Joint Terrorism Task Force.

    imminent threats

  • Some of it is supported by documents and other interviews, but it cannot all be corroborated because a court has sealed the case record at the F. B.I.'s request and barred participants from disclosing government information.

    imminent threats

  • Two of the F. B.I.'s most pressing problems - its computer capabilities and its ability to translate terrorism material - have continued to languish, and in some respects have worsened ....

    07/28/2005

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