4/29/13 NEWS you should know Part 2

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Tragedies/Terror/Police State?

Anonymous Insider: “Something grossly wrong” at California nuclear plant — Fears for his safety — Potential reactor meltdown if restarted (VIDEO)

SAN DIEGO - For the first time, a source from inside the San Onofre nuclear power plant has come forward to warn that restarting the power plant is too dangerous.

Massive explosion rocks Marathon Detroit Refinery -US

A tank containing diesel fuel has exploded during maintenance work at Marathon Detroit Refinery, forcing a mandatory evacuation order for a nearby area. One employee has been injured in the blast, authorities said.

Mississippi man arrested in ricin letters investigation USA

Police have arrested and charged a Mississippi martial arts instructor Saturday in part of an investigation into ricin-laced letters sent to President Barack Obama and two other officials.

Homeland Security agents use 1,000 more bullets each than Army soldiers USA

The United States Department of Homeland Security — a civilian agency formed just days after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks — goes through more ammunition per person than the US Army.

Pennsylvania law evicts minorities, domestic violence victims who call the police USA

A Pennsylvania town is encouraging landlords to evict tenants who frequently call the police, a policy that directly impacts minorities and victims of domestic violence, according to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union.

US Russian couple seeking answers after police 'ripped baby from their arms' USA

A young Russian couple living in California is struggling to understand the events of the past few weeks, which began with a trip to the hospital and continued days later with police forcing entry into the couple’s home to take their child.

Fracking debris considered too radioactive even for waste site USA

A truck carrying drill cuttings from a fracking site set off a radiation alarm at a landfill in Pennsylvania. Emitting gamma radiation ten times higher than the permitted level, the waste was rejected by the landfill.

Main Manhattan bus terminal all clear after 'suspicious package' evacuation USA

Part of Manhattan's Port Authority Bus Terminal was evacuated over a "suspicious package" Thursday evening. Social media were immediately flooded with pictures of passengers flooding nearby streets, but the station reopened after an hour.

Victims start suing owners of West, Texas fertilizer plant USA

Two separate lawsuits have been filed against the owner of a Texas fertilizer plant, which exploded last week and killed 15 people. With 75 demolished homes and more than 200 injuries, a firestorm of lawsuits may soon follow.

Hotel Swimming Pool Deaths: Tests On Bodies – UK
A hotel cancels a murder mystery game the night after two people are found dead in the pool - as tests continue on the bodies.

British Sailor Missing In Pacific Ocean - UK

One Briton has been rescued after an alert was raised by the UK Coastguard but a second remains lost in a remote area.

 North Wales Child Abuse: 76 Fresh Allegations – UK

Police reveal the scale of new evidence uncovered in their inquiry into a historical paedophile ring in North Wales care homes.

 Prague Explosion Leaves Dozens Injured

The blast, in a popular tourist area, injures up to 40 as rescue teams search rubble for several trapped people.

 Mount Everest Climbers And Sherpas In 'Brawl'

Three European mountaineers claim they were kicked and punched at 25,000ft by an "out of control mob" of around 100 Sherpa guides.

 Bangladesh Factory Collapse: Fire Breaks Out

A number of people are hurt as flames break out during a rescue at the collapsed building, hours after the owner was arrested.

 France: 'Gas Explosion' Kills Three People

A probe is launched after a suspected gas explosion rips through a block of flats, leaving several apartments dangling in the air.

 Italy Shooting: 'Gunman Angry At Politicians'

A man is tackled to the ground after opening fire outside the new prime minister's office, injuring two policemen.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — After door-to-door sweeps proved fruitless, law officers urged residents of a small town in Northern California to lock their door and keep a close eye on streets and yards for a man who stabbed an 8-year-old girl to death in her house.

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Chilean police are searching for three people accused of burning a baby alive in a doomsday ritual.

TORONTO (Reuters) - One of two men accused in an alleged al Qaeda-backed plan to derail a passenger train in Canada appeared in court on Wednesday and disputed the authority of Canadian law to judge him, saying the criminal code was not a holy book.

CARMAN, Ill. -- The Midwest floods in April have caused damage and disrupted lives in a widespread area. Here, on the Mississippi River in Carman, it was far bigger than it was expected to be, as it was elsewhere. Heavy thunderstorms in the beginning also brought it up much faster than anticipated.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A fast-moving line of intense thunderstorms has flooded streets, damaged houses and business and knocked out power to more than 30,000 people in southeast Louisiana.

PEORIA HEIGHTS, Ill. (AP) — Flood-weary homeowners and sandbaggers across the Midwest are praying for a relenting of rains that have added more water to already swollen rivers blamed for swallowing up neighborhoods, fraying victims' patience along the way.

ROANOKE, Va. -- William McCormick remembers from his working-class upbringing in Covington, Va., that neighbors took care of neighbors.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Police say a 24-year-old man stabbed four people at a Catholic church in Albuquerque as a Sunday mass was nearing its end.


Hospitals see wave of products to fight superbugs; penalties loom if patients catch infections

Rachel Lietzke Payne started using NuvaRing in 2008, when she was a 20-year-old college student. The contraceptive device appealed to her because it was easy to use. Birth control pills have to be taken every day, but NuvaRing, which came onto the market in 2001, is inserted into the vagina and removed each month—and is just as effective at preventing pregnancy.

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who take the epilepsy drug valproate during pregnancy are three times more likely to have a child with an autism spectrum disorder, suggests new research based on close to 700,000 babies born in Denmark.

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