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Bombshell! CIA partnered with China to Monitor Russia

A recently published book by former Pentagon official Michael Pillsbury has shed light on one of the U.S. government’s darkest secrets: cooperation between the CIA and communist Chinese intelligence services. ...
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Town ‘Troop Training’ Has Texans on Edge

Representatives for a U.S. Special Operations Command training scheduled over the summer in Bastrop County will again present information regarding the exercise to county commissioners. Officials with JADE H...
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Obama Apologizes after US Drone Kills Hostages

President Obama on Thursday offered an emotional apology for the accidental killing of two hostages held by Al Qaeda, one of them American, in a United States government counterterrorism operation in January, s...
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Police Shoot Woman After She Fights Off Attacker

A woman was shot by police Sunday evening after her estranged husband, against whom who she had filed multiple protection orders, broke into her home and threatened her with a weapon. Lisa Skinner, was a...
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French Police Detain Man Plotting to Attack Churches

Sid Ahmed Ghlam, a 24-year-old Algerian national, was detained on Sunday in Paris after he apparently shot himself by accident and called an ambulance. He is also being questioned over the murder of a woman ...
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Scientists Genetically Alter Human Embryos

In a world first, Chinese scientists have reported editing the genomes of human embryos. The results are published1 in the online journal Protein & Cell and confirm widespread rumors that such experiments h...
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Russia: Lifting Iran Sanctions is in our Interest

The total removal of sanctions against Iran will benefit Russia’s interests and economy, as well as bring stability to the region, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said. He noted there is no UN ban on oil...
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Iran: US Policies & Actions Are a Threat

Ahmad Reza Pourdastan, Commander of Iran’s Ground Forces lashed out at US foreign policy and rhetoric in a statement broadcast on Wednesday’s “CNN Newsroom.” Pourdastan said, according to CNN’s translation, ...
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Russian Army Rocket Launch Test Fails

Embarrassing footage has emerged of a missile launch going spectacularly wrong in Russia. The minute-long clip shows the S300 rocket barely managing to take off before plummeting back down to earth. A sma...
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Baltimore Cop Suspended after Man’s Death

One of the six Baltimore police officers suspended after the death of a black man who suffered a fatal spinal-cord injury under mysterious circumstances has been accused twice of domestic violence, The Guardian...
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DHS Opens New Office in Silicon Valley

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is in the final stages of planning to set up a satellite office in California's Silicon Valley, aiming to build relationships with the technology industry and scout for ...
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Greek Bank Shares Slide after ECB Restrictions

Greek bank shares slid and the country's government bond yields rose on Tuesday as more details emerged on a European Central Bank proposal to increase the insurance it would demand in return for funding to the...
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US Navy Sends Warship to Yemen to Stop Iran

The two warships will join seven US warships in the area and come as Iran said it had dispatched nine warships toward Yemen. The aircraft carrier USS “Theodore Roosevelt and Normandy have joined other US fo...
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Hillary Clinton: We Must Topple 1%

As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continues to push forward with her highly-choreographed campaign, facing down the prospect of a candidate running from her left, her aides have begun leaking her...
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Scientists Discover ‘Supervoid’ Hole in Space

It's the largest-known phenomenon that's ever been discovered. But it's just empty space. This supervoid is 1.8 billion light years across (the distance light can travel in a year). It would normally b...
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Indiana School Excluded Whites from College Tour

An Indiana public school district segregated elementary field trips last week when administrators included only African-Americans on the college introduction tour. According to ABC 57, South Bend Community S...
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Investment Bankers Worried about Feds Vetoing Cable Deal

Hints that U.S. regulators could veto Comcast Corp's proposed $45 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc have investment bankers worried about whether they will get paid, with smaller advisory firms particul...
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Czech Leader: Sanctions Boost Putin’s Popularity

Anti-Russia sanctions have failed to achieve their goal and are contributing to President Vladimir Putin's popularity, Czech leader Milos Zeman said on Monday. "Sanctions have practically zero effect," Zeman...
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Indian Navy Launches Lethal Missile Destroyer

The Indian Navy has launched its first guided-missile destroyer of Indian design and construction, the country's Defense Ministry said in a statement Monday. "The first ship of project — 15B, guided missile ...
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NATO to Hold Cyber Defense Drill

About 400 computer experts will participate in a major cybersecurity drill in Estonia this week as part of NATO's efforts to upgrade its capability to counter potentially debilitating hacker attacks. Teams fro...
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Former MF Global CEO to Launch Hedge Fund

Jon Corzine, the former chief executive of bankrupt financial services firm MF Global, is considering starting his own hedge fund, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday on its online edition, citing people fa...