Monday, July 04, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo

Monday, July 4, 2005

NASA's Deep Impact space probe collides with the Tempel 1 comet in this image taken from television footage. Picture / Reuters
NASA's Deep Impact space probe collides with the Tempel 1 comet.

Six months after it blasted off, the Deep Impact spacecraft met its cosmic fate today -- in a hyper-speed smashup with a comet. NASA scientists steered a probe about the size of a washing machine directly into the path of a comet about half the size of Manhattan. Scientists hope the collision -- and what comes out of it -- will unlock the inner workings of comets.


Defector: China's enemy is U.S.
China's communist leaders view the United States as their main enemy and are working in Asia and around the world to undermine U.S. alliances, said a former Chinese diplomat.
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Canada Declares War on Fox News

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Danziger Cartoon

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Republican appointees disappoint again
by Phyllis Schlafly (7/4)
The Supreme Court wrapped up one of its most disappointing terms in years. Plagued by Chief Justice Rehnquist's absence due to illness, the other justices behaved like the gang that could not shoot straight.

Wall Street Journal: Extra BY ROY S. MOORE
May God save the United States from this honorable court.

Chicago, USA

River bridge and The El
An elevated subway train rattles across the river on a wet and misty Chicago morning.