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2014/11/23 09:38
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Germany has reportedly decided to drop a probe into alleged tapping of Chancellor Angela Merkel's phone by American spies due to lack of evidence. The experts have failed to find any solid evidence...
2014/11/23 09:38
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2014/11/22 23:49
2014/11/22 23:49
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His motto is never give up and hit as hard as possible. Calvary Christian's running back Anthony Santiago is 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighs 208 pounds, and is ready to run over whatever is in front of...
2014/11/22 14:48
2014/11/22 14:48
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Every year, without fail, the president dies all over again. For a few days every autumn, the entire media is overwhelmed by those haunting photos from Dallas. Those cruelly happy and innocent...
2014/11/22 04:37
2014/11/22 04:37
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Special forces from the Colombian army and the U.S. Drugs Enforcement Administration (DEA) on Thursday captured the second in command of one of Colombia’s most notorious drug cartels, The National...
2014/11/22 00:40
2014/11/22 00:40
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FILE - In this Sept. 13, 2012 file photo, a Libyan man walks in the rubble of the damaged U.S. consulate, after an attack that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens on the night of...
2014/11/21 23:49
2014/11/21 23:49
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His motto is never give up and hit as hard as possible. Calvary Christian's running back Anthony Santiago is 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighs 208 pounds, and is ready to run over whatever is in front of...
2014/11/21 19:05
2014/11/21 19:05
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... may revamp how it is organized" announced a front-page Washington Post headline leading into an article based on remarks by unnamed "U.S intelligence officials" to the Post's Greg Miller. The...
2014/11/21 16:17
2014/11/21 16:17
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No single issue has caused greater damage to the trust between the United States and its allies than the sweeping revelations of the National Security Agency's global surveillance programs. This story...
2014/11/21 15:18
2014/11/21 15:18
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Former top George W. Bush administration official Gen. Michael Hayden said on Thursday that unless Iran provides the West with extensive access to its suspected nuclear facilities—a concession the...
2014/11/21 02:19
2014/11/21 02:19
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President Obama’s return Friday to a mostly Hispanic Las Vegas high school — where he roused the crowd in 2008 with chants of “Si, se puede” (“Yes, we can”) — focuses attention on the millions of...
2014/11/20 21:19
2014/11/20 21:19
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Several foreign countries, including China, have infiltrated the computers of critical industries in the United States to steal information that could be used in the planning of a destructive attack,...
2014/11/20 20:56
2014/11/20 20:56
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THE ISRAELI ART STUDENTS AND MOVERS STORY The presence in the United States of a number of young Israelis, most of whom had specialized military and intelligence backgrounds, in the months prior to...
2014/11/20 16:26
2014/11/20 16:26
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An appeals court in Sweden has upheld a detention order in connection with sex assault accusations against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London...
2014/11/20 09:26
2014/11/20 09:26
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It is said the true art of war is information. This has most certainly been true with U.S. intelligence gathering, in the name of safety, which has been collected in bulk by the NSA, CIA, and other...
2014/11/20 03:19
2014/11/20 03:19
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A man crosses the Central Intelligence Agency logo in the lobby of CIA Headquarters in Langley, Va. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images) CIA Director John Brennan is considering sweeping organizational...
2014/11/19 18:19
2014/11/19 18:19
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On March 13, 1973, former CIA employee John T. Downey speaks during a news conference in New Britain, Conn. He spent 20 years as a prisoner in China during the Cold War. (Bob Child/AP) John T....
2014/11/19 12:43
2014/11/19 12:43
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One of the most compelling characters in David Baldacci's thrillers is John Puller, a crackerjack investigator of military crimes. In "The Forgotten" and "Zero Day," readers learned that Puller has an...
2014/11/19 03:25
2014/11/19 03:25
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A bill to end the National Security Agency's bulk collection of telephone records failed on a procedural vote in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday after senior Republicans said it would benefit enemies of...
2014/11/19 03:20
2014/11/19 03:20
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A Taliban attack in Afghanistan’s fortified capital Tuesday triggered fresh concerns about the ability of U.S.-trained Afghan security forces to secure Kabul as international combat troops withdraw...
2014/11/19 03:19
2014/11/19 03:19
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A woman uses a cellphone on Jan. 7, 2014, in Los Angeles. (Frederic J. Brown/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images) The Senate failed Tuesday evening to advance legislation on bipartisan surveillance...
2014/11/23 09:38
2014/11/23 09:38
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