Emails released by The Intercept on Thursday between an American national security reporter and the Central Intelligence Agency’s public affairs staff shows the existence of “a closely collaborative relationship,” the news site reported. Using Freedom of Information Act requests, The Intercept obtained a trove of emails sent between the CIA’s press office and a handful of acclaimed …

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Department of Justice officially opens investigation into Ferguson   WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTVI) – Attorney General Eric Holder says the Justice Department will be looking into several issues in the Ferguson Police department.  In a news conference Thursday, Holder said they’ve gathered enough pieces of evidence to launch an investigation. The Justice Department will also be looking …

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Joan Rivers, a pioneering female stand-up comic and the queen of “Can We Talk?” gossip, has died. She was 81, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, said Thursday. Rivers was undergoing surgery on her vocal cords at a clinic in New York City on Aug. 28 when she stopped breathing and had to be transported to Mount …

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Two dozen teens broke out of a common area at a Nashville juvenile detention center late Wednesday, wandering around the yard inside the facility’s fencing with wooden sticks and fire extinguishers. On Monday, 32 teens escaped the same facility. The teens broke out of their dorm buildings late Wednesday, according to The Tennessean, by kicking out through …

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I find it astounding that our socialist (leftist) elite have not learned the lessons, just by observation, of the Soviet Union, Communist China, North Korea, and Cuba. It is all right in front of them to see, and they still can’t see it. Amazing!

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ISIL, Al Qaeda Gaining Ground in Pakistan, Afghanistan Competition between the radical groups ramps up SHARE TWEET EMAIL Fighters from ISIL during a parade in Syria / AP BY: Adam Kredo September 4, 2014 5:00 am Al Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL or ISIS) have significantly stepped up their recruiting efforts …

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America’s GI “boots on the ground” in Iraq are so frustrated with the White House message about their mission against the Islamic State — which Vice President Biden vowed Wednesday to chase “to the gates of Hell” — that they’re wondering how they’ll accomplish the goal “when we can’t even leave the front gate of …

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Managing cockroaches? Sounds like…. “Well, let’s keep just enough cockroaches around to eat our bread and crackers and crap all over our dishes, but not enough to carry off a bottle of liquor.” Stupid, Yes?! You don’t manage cockroaches, Barrack. You exterminate them! Do it NOW! You have known about ISIS for over a year, …

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The Huffington Post announced Wednesday evening that they hired Donte Stallworth as a politics fellow covering national security, giving new relevance to one of the former NFL player’s years-old tweets. “NO WAY 9/11 was carried out by ‘dying’ Bin Laden, 19 men who couldn’t fly a damn kite,” Stallworth tweeted in July 2009. “STILL have …

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  Most anti-gun whites live in bastions of delusional liberal-mostly white-utopias, where their only struggle is bantering back and forth among themselves in a civilized discussion of what restaurant will get their business Friday evening for dinner. Can you picture them?…namby-pamby wussy males idly standing by in rainbow colored polo shirts and coordinating stupid sweaters …

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The Department of Justice is reportedly launching a civil rights investigation into the Ferguson Police Department after an unarmed black teen was fatally shot by one of the department’s officers. The Washington Post reported Wednesday that the investigation by Attorney General Eric Holder may be announced as early as Thursday, and will be led by the …

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Islamic State militants killed up to 770 captured Iraqi soldiers after they captured a former US military base in Tikrit back in June, a new report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Wednesday. Three new mass execution sites have been discovered at the Camp Speicher air base near the Iraqi city of Tikrit, the …

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Smiling and appearing robustly healthy, a U.S. missionary infected with Ebola while working in Liberia on Wednesday shared publicly her battle with the deadly virus for the first time. Nancy Writebol, 59, of Charlotte, North Carolina, has been recovering in an undisclosed location since her release last month from an Atlanta hospital that also treated …

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A judge overseeing murder proceedings against accused Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes ruled on Wednesday that evidence linking bullet fragments and shell casings to weapons belonging to Holmes will be allowed at trial. Attorneys defending the onetime neuroscience doctoral candidate accused of killing 12 moviegoers and wounding 70 others two years ago had sought …

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