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On November 29, 2012, police officers and witnesses heard what appeared to be gunshots coming from a car driving near a police station in Cleveland. A high-speed car chase ensued, drawing in over 100...
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2015/05/24 13:18
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Missing overseas for 73 years, an American POW who perished in World War II is finally going home. In January, the Pentagon officially identified the remains of Pvt. Arthur “Bud” Kelder, who died as...
2015/05/23 00:45
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Only 7 percent of Americans think the United States is winning the war on drugs, and few Americans are interested in throwing down more money to try to win, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll...
2015/05/22 07:21
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Revealed: Pentagon chiefs wasted $36million on lavish Afghan military base THREE generals tried to shut down - and nobody ever used Military requested cash to build base - called 64K - in Helmand...
2015/05/22 00:30
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When 17-year-old Lexie Grüber first entered the Allison Gill Lodge group home for girls in Manchester, Connecticut, she said it felt less like a home than a business. Instead of family photos, the...
2015/05/21 23:22
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Some people really hate them. I personally have gone on ten, all of them family vacations, many of them involving side trips to another tourism behemoth. Cruises are great for seeing a lot of places...
2015/05/21 21:56
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Having missed the deadlines and ignored demands for details surrounding the leak of the 2012 FOMC Minutes to an outside newsletter writer, The "above the law" Fed is now facing more...
2015/05/21 10:05
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The following editorial appeared recently in The Free Press of Mankato, Minn.: The Patriot Act was rushed through Congress 14 years ago amid the obvious fear following 9-11. Since then, particularly...
2015/05/20 13:45
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This is a story about how the U.S. military built a lavish headquarters in Afghanistan that wasn’t needed, wasn’t wanted and wasn’t ever used—at a cost to American taxpayers of at least $25...
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2015/05/20 11:41
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When Michael Lynton, chairman and chief executive of Sony Pictures Entertainment, sat down for lunch last July with L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, each wanted something. Lynton is a...
2015/05/19 18:02
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An injured worker who was featured in the ProPublica/NPR investigation on the dismantling of the workers’ compensation system recently testified before lawmakers in Illinois, cautioning them against...
2015/05/19 09:29
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The low-key visit to Liberia last week of two representatives from the prosecutor's office in The Netherlands has been linked to a purported attempt to seek extradition of some key figures of Charles...
2015/05/17 20:18
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The military’s mantra for Afghanistan was “winning hearts and minds.” And a key part of that strategy was cold, hard cash. During a decade of war, the Pentagon gave more than $2 billion to commanders...
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Since being seized in a raid in Pakistan in 2002, Abu Zubaydah has had his life controlled by American officials, first at secret sites, where he was tortured, and since 2006 in a small cell in...
2015/05/14 04:07
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Star Tribune, May 13 Trade vote has foreign policy implications for U.S., Obama President Obama heads into Thursday's summit with Gulf Cooperation Council leaders looking increasingly beleaguered on...
2015/05/13 14:30
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A report last week by the investigative online journal Pro Publica, that the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has for the first time acknowledged that the investigation of the 1992 killing of five...
2015/05/12 22:45
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Louisiana State University is currently facing the prospect of a $55.5 million state funding cut, even as it's building a large so-called lazy river in the shape of the school's initials as part of an...
2015/05/10 13:18
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... Back in April of 2007, when she was campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination for the first time, then-Senator Hillary Clinton lashed out at the secrecy of the George W. Bush...
2015/05/09 23:18
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With the onset of spring, The Washington Post asked 10 writers to nominate something we're better off without. Here are their picks. By David Epstein There may be no more euphemistically titled...
2015/05/07 13:40
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Democratic lawmakers in Illinois sought to turn back proposed cutbacks in workers' compensation benefits with a rare eight-hour hearing Tuesday before the entire Illinois House. House Democratic...
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