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2009-03-23 12:48:00

CHICAGO, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Recorded live from the trading floor of the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), The Sidewinder Report is www.ONN.tv's daily look at notable options activity. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090323/AQM046LOGO) Today's "Indexes" video, hosted by Chief Investment Strategist Jud Pyle, covers the following notable exchange-traded funds (ETFs): S&P Depositary Receipts (SPY) - Implied volatility declining in April; April 79 straddle...

2008-12-30 13:30:58

Moscow acquired the secret of the hydrogen bomb from an atomic spy at the Los Alamos weapons lab in New Mexico, a new book says. The Nuclear Express: A Political History of the Bomb and its Proliferation, by Thomas C. Reed and Danny B. Stillman, does not name the suspected spy, but says he was born in the United States, grew up in a foreign country, fell in with communist sympathizers during the Depression and worked at Los Alamos during World War II. Afterward, he became deeply involved in...

2008-09-30 15:00:36

CULVER CITY, Calif., Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Out of the Blue Entertainment announced today that the company will develop a film project based on author Judith L. Pearson's second book, The Wolves at the Door: The True Story of America's Greatest Female Spy. The book is based on the story of Virginia Hall, an American woman whose remarkable activities as a spy in World War II France had never been told. Because of Virginia Hall's courage and tenacity in foiling the Nazi war machine,...

2008-09-29 18:00:20

FACEBOOK is being used to recruit secret MI6 agents. The Foreign Office hopes ads on the networking site will reach more varied people. (c) 2008 Daily Mirror. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

2008-09-29 00:00:17

Britain's spy chiefs have turned to social networking website Facebook to reach "a large and wide variety of people" in their latest drive to recruit secret agents for MI6. (c) 2008 Daily Record; Glasgow (UK). Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

2008-09-13 06:00:17

Text of report by South African newspaper Mail & Guardian on 12 September [Report by Stefaans Brummer and Nic Dawes: "SA, Russia in R1bn Cold War"] Cancellation of military satellite deal could result in a huge lawsuit in The Hague, write Stefaans Brummer and Nic Dawes The secret is out: Defence Minister Dosiuoa Lekota cancelled the purchase of a military spy satellite from Russia, putting relations between the two countries under strain and potentially creating a R1- billion...

2008-08-29 09:00:43

'TRAITOR" is a movie that has a lot on its mind. Set among the terrorists who may be waiting out there for us, it is unnervingly schizophrenic. It often seems important and just as often seems a standard thriller. There is not likely to be a big commercial audience for a film that tries to understand the thinking of Muslim terrorists. (Even though, it might be a better world if there were). This is a movie in which a seemingly sane man looks directly into the camera and says something to...

2008-08-04 15:00:41

By Tim Doran, Detroit Free Press Aug. 4--Originally published in the Detroit Free Press October 17, 2000 A Southfield engineer once suspected of leaking military information to Israeli accuses the United States government, in a federal lawsuit, of a "Naziesque" counterintelligence policy that targets Jews. David Tenenbaum, an Orthodox Jew who worked at the U.S. military's Warren tank facility, made the allegation in a lawsuit filed Wednesday. In it, Tenenbaum seeks more than $20...

2008-08-02 06:00:00

By Harriet Johnson Brackey, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug. 2--Before she was Dawn Summers on Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Georgina Sparks on Gossip Girl, Michelle Trachtenberg was Harriet M. Welsch in Harriet the Spy. And before Harriet the Spy was a 1996 film, it was a not just one of the greatest books ever written, but the kind of book that, if you read and loved it in your childhood, immediately bonds you to others who did, too, to the point that you sort of lose respect for any woman...

2008-07-31 09:00:04

By Pamela Hess Associated Press WASHINGTON -- President Bush approved an order Wednesday that rewrites the rules governing spying by U.S. intelligence agencies, both in the United States and abroad, and strengthens the authority of the national intelligence director, according to a U.S. official and government documents. Executive Order 12333, which lays out the responsibilities of each of the 16 agencies, maintains the decades-old prohibitions on assassination and using unwitting human...