1. Subpoena sparks burning question

    ... WASHINGTON -- Independent Counsel Robert Ray's subpoena to the National Archives ... is unrelated to recent back-to-back fires at an archives facility in Maryland, a National Archives ... both blazes to be arson. An archives employee, working as an "aide" since 1994, was charged

  2. WND's new strategic technical partner

    ... technology by parsing a raw, live sports feed for up-to-the-second news and scores. ASP programming

  3. Marines to test for drunkenness on duty

    President Obama Attends Wreath Laying Ceremony At The Tomb Of The Unknowns

    ... . The random mandatory testing is called the Alcohol Screening Program (ASP).

  4. 'It's a miracle that I'm alive'


    ... ASP and World Tour events, taking second place at the ASP 2009 World Junior Championships. Her

  5. Lost JFK assassination tapes on sale

    ... aftermath of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, with more than 30 minutes ... of additional material not in the official version in the government’s archives, has been found

  6. Billion-dollar Arab corruption scandal

    ... Editor's note: DEBKAfile's electronic news publication is a news-cum-analysis live wire, online ... died suddenly May 30, at the age of 61, he was hailed by the Western media and international ... on the Israeli Mossad. But when Israeli troops took control of Husseini’s Orient House

  7. More than 53 million Muslims in Europe

    ... the last two years, reports the German evangelical news agency IDEA. The institute’s ... Archives in Soest, Germany, says the number of Muslims in Europe has increased by 800,000 over ... and 493,000 in Friday prayers at mosques and prayer houses – an increase of more than 10

  8. 'Tennessee Underworld' reporters on Metcalf today

    ... -raiser against WorldNetDaily.com, Inc., Thompson, Hays and others. Thompson is a news veteran ... , having worked for years as Mike Wallace’s producer at CBS’s 60 Minutes as well ... as being a founding producer of ABC’s 20/20. Hays’ 20-part series on drug

  9. This day in WND History: June 24


    ... Sandy Berger, who admitted to taking classified terrorism documents from the National Archives, also ... Archives along with classified documents that officials say may paint the Clinton administration's handling ... wrongdoing. "Last year, when I was in the archives reviewing documents, I made an honest mistake

  10. Stocks mixed, but another record close


    ... (CNBC) — U.S. stocks were mixed on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 crossing 1,900 for the first ... time, as disappointing April retail sales were offset by an upward revision for the prior month ... , and there's not a whole lot going on, but when you're in a bull market, and we are, a lack of bad news causes us to drift higher," Frederick added.