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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rezwan Ferdaus
The University of Alabama's board of trustees voted Thursday to appoint the first permanent female president in the school's 181-year history.
A Massachusetts man charged with plotting to fly remote-controlled model planes packed with explosives into the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol plans to plead guilty to two charges, his lawyers and prosecutors said in a plea agreement filed in federal court Tuesday.
An appeals court said New York City cannot try to scare smokers by requiring grotesque images of diseased lungs and decaying gums at stores that sell cigarettes. It said the federal government gets to decide how to warn people about the dangers of smoking tobacco.
The owners of two Southern California firms were among 55 people indicted by a federal grand jury in a $250 million income-tax fraud scheme claiming refunds were available through a secret government account, prosecutors and the Internal Revenue Service said Monday.
A Massachusetts man was charged with plotting to blow up Washington landmarks using remote-controlled airplanes.
On one lonesome stretch of Interstate 95 north of Bangor, motorists often put the pedal to the metal. Soon, it will be legal to do so.
He said he has accepted his fate and "can dream of a brighter future."
At one point, Mr. Ferdaus allegedly told undercover agents that his desire to attack the United States was so strong, "I just can't stop.