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Judge Napolitano: Hard to Believe FBI Won’t Recommend Indictment of Hillary

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute January 23, 2016   Judge Napolitano: Hard to Believe FBI Won’t Recommend Indictment of Hillary   Tick tock, tick tock. The clock is ticking on the investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for illegal handling of United States government secrets. It is three weeks until the first-in-the-nation […]

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The image on the left shows the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan on June 21, 2015, before the U.S. military bombing. The image on the right shows the facility on October 8, 2015, following the attack. (Photos from report)

New MSF Report Details Horrific Carnage as US Bombed Hospital

By Sarah Lazare Common Dreams November 5, 2015   New MSF Report Details Horrific Carnage as US Bombed Hospital ‘The view from inside the hospital is that this attack was conducted with a purpose to kill and destroy’     With the U.S. still refusing to consent to an independent probe, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on […]


MSF: Forcible US Intrusion Into Hospital May Have Destroyed War Crimes Evidence

By Sarah Lazare Common Dreams October 17, 2015   MSF: Forcible US Intrusion Into Hospital May Have Destroyed War Crimes Evidence “Their unannounced and forced entry damaged property, destroyed potential evidence and caused stress and fear for the MSF team,” says medical charity.     Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said that the U.S. military’s forcible […]

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The charity hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan was bombed on October 3. (Photo: MSF)

Investigators Ready to Go, But Will US Consent to Hospital Bombing Probe?

By Nadia Prupis Common Dreams October 14, 2015   Investigators Ready to Go, But Will US Consent to Hospital Bombing Probe? ‘We need to know if the rules of war have changed,’ says MSF     Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) on Wednesday are waiting for a response from the U.S. and Afghanistan to approve […]


Federal Data Breach Included 5.6M Compromised Fingerprints, Five Times The Original Estimate

By Ashlee Kieler Consumerist September 23, 2015   Federal Data Breach Included 5.6M Compromised Fingerprints, Five Times The Original Estimate   (Julio Marquez)   Federal investigators underestimated the number of fingerprints stolen in a massive breach of the Office of Personnel Management earlier this year: the agency announced Wednesday that 5.6 million individuals’ finger prints […]

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President Barack Obama shakes hands with Army Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, commander of U.S. Central Command, who is expected to testify to a Senate panel on the ongoing operation against ISIS on Wednesday. (Photo: US Central Command)

Top Military Brass Accused of Flipping ISIS Intel ‘On Its Head’

By Lauren McCauley Common Dreams September 16, 2015   Top Military Brass Accused of Flipping ISIS Intel ‘On Its Head’ Analysts say that Centcom superiors mislead White House and Congress about the success of the bombing campaign to justify ongoing war     Intelligence analysts are accusing the upper brass of the U.S. Military’s Central Command of […]


As Obama’s War in Iraq and Syria Rumbles On, Are Intel Books Getting Cooked?

By Jon Queally Common Dreams August 28, 2015   As Obama’s War in Iraq and Syria Rumbles On, Are Intel Books Getting Cooked? Reports from inside the intelligence community indicate that what military assessments find and what the public is being told may be two very different things     Calling to mind the subterfuge made […]

President Obama delivered a speech on the nuclear deal with Iran at American University’s School of International Service in Washington, D.C., on August 5, 2015. (Photo: Michael Reynolds/EPA)

Under the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act, clearing your browser history could land you a felony charge for destroying records in a federal investigation — whether you realize you're under investigation or not. (Shutterstock/amaze646)

Clearing your browser history can be deemed ‘obstruction of justice’ in the U.S.

By Lauren O’Neil CBC News June 9, 2015 9:39 AM ET   Clearing your browser history can be deemed ‘obstruction of justice’ in the U.S. Boston Marathon bomber’s acquaintance could face 20 years in prison for deleting files     Next week, a 24-year-old man who knew Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev is scheduled to appear in U.S. Federal […]


GM May Face Federal Wire Fraud Charges Over Ignition Defect

By Chris Morran Consumerist June 9, 2015   GM May Face Federal Wire Fraud Charges Over Ignition Defect     We recently told you that prosecutors were considering bringing criminal charges against General Motors over the long-delayed ignition switch recall that resulted in more than 100 deaths, and now the picture is becoming clearer as […]

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Washington Politicizes Football

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org June 3, 2015   Washington Politicizes Football   Washington’s attack on world soccer is following the script of Washington’s attack on the Russian-hosted Sochi Olympics. The difference is that Washington couldn’t stop the Olympics from being held in Sochi, and was limited to scaring off westerners with […]


Shock Security Report: TSA Has a 95% Failure Rate Finding Weapons and Explosives

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com June 1, 2015   Shock Security Report: TSA Has a 95% Failure Rate Finding Weapons and Explosives   With an annual budget of over $7 billion Transportation Security Administration officials claim that they set the standard for excellence in transportation security and counterterrorism. But a recent investigation reveals that when undercover operatives attempted […]

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