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Friday  October 30, 2009

Obama administration seeks to block wiretap suit 10/30/2009, 5:20 p.m. PDT
(AP) WASHINGTON - The Justice Department invoked the state secrets privilege Friday to try to stop a lawsuit over Bush-era wiretapping-the first time the Obama administration has done so under its new policy on such cases.
Source: Abdullah may pull out of Afghan runoff 10/30/2009, 5:05 p.m. PDT
(AP) UNITED NATIONS - Talks between Afghan President Hamid Karzai and challenger Abdullah Abdullah have broken down, and Abdullah is likely to pull out of next week's presidential runoff, a person with knowledge of the talks said Friday.
New papers detail FBI, CIA wrangle over detainees 10/30/2009, 4:36 p.m. PDT
(AP) WASHINGTON - Newly released documents show the FBI interviewed a naked, chained terror suspect back in 2002 as the bureau struggled with the CIA over how to treat high-value prisoners.
US cyber center opens to counter computer attacks 10/30/2009, 4:32 p.m. PDT
(AP) WASHINGTON - The United States is well behind the curve in the fight against computer criminals, Sen. Joe Lieberman said Friday, as Homeland Security officials opened a $9 million operations center to coordinate better the government's response to cyberattacks.
Obama gets fresh sense of state of US armed forces 10/30/2009, 4:07 p.m. PDT
(AP) WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama grappled Friday with the costs and consequences of a long-term commitment to Afghanistan but reached no decisions about troop levels, a top aide said, as military advisers briefed the president on an armed services already taxed by commitments around the globe.
US cyber center opens to battle computer attacks 10/30/2009, 4:05 p.m. PDT
(AP) WASHINGTON - The United States is well behind the curve in the fight against computer criminals, Sen. Joe Lieberman said Friday, as Homeland Security officials opened a $9 million operations center to better coordinate the government's response to cyberattacks.
2 US soldiers in Iraq die of noncombat injuries 10/30/2009, 1:55 p.m. PDT
(AP) BAGHDAD - Two American soldiers in Iraq died Friday of noncombat related injuries in separate incidents, the U.S. military said.

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