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Report prompts reexamination of bin Laden raid

| MSNBC Layout selectors All In with Chris Hayes 05/12/15 Former NSC spokesman Tommy Vietor responds to journalist Seymour Hersh's report challenging the official story of the hunt for Osama bin Laden. ... more Duration: ... MSNBC, 1 month ago

Cal Thomas: Questions still unanswered in Iran talks

Questions still unanswered in Iran talks By Cal Thomas Tribune Content Agency Posted: Friday, July 3, 2015 12:15 am ...
 Independent Media Review Analysis1 day ago

Iran deal: Why is it that every...

Am I allowed to repeat myself when it comes to the negotiations over the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal? Why not, since that is what Iran's leaders are doing. They are repeating themselves by refusing inspections of some of their facilities where only a ...
 DailyNews724.com1 day ago Repeating Myself on an Iran Nuclear Deal  Town Hall2 days ago Blind, deaf and dumb on Iran  Jewish World Review2 days ago

OIC Pushed US to Blame Benghazi Assault on "Anti-Muslim Speech"

) - Judicial Watch today released new State Department documents showing that Hillary Clinton and the State Department's response to the Benghazi attack was immediately determined by top Obama White House officials, particularly Ben Rhodes, ...
 NGO Watch2 days ago Hillary Clinton lowers her guard at least a bit  Reuters2 days ago Email Upchuck: State Department Releases First Batch Of Clinton's Correspondences  Town Hall3 days ago Judicial Watch: Newly Released Documents Confirm White House Officials Set Hillary Clinton's Benghazi Response  Securities Technology Monitor4 days ago
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How the Obama White House caved on Iran and strayed far from its original course

The Obama administration has been nothing if not inconsistent in its dealings with Iran. Lee Smith in Tablet details how the Obama administration has consistently caved in to Iranian demands, to the point where it now has strayed far from its ...
 World Jewish Daily3 days ago

Team Obama Celebrates: A Good Day For America

President Obama has yet to react to the news that the Supreme Court upheld the legality of Obamacare subsidies, but many of his former stafferscheered as thethe latest legal attempt against Obama's signature healthcare law failed. Former Obama ...
 Breitbart.com1 week ago

State Department Stonewalling Has Made for a Tough Year for the Benghazi Select Committee

It's been a year since the House Select Committee on Benghazi began its work, and although the committee has produced an interim report and its share of headlines, it has not come close to completing its mission. And, according to the committee, ...
 Heritage Foundation1 month ago

CIA Myth that Torture Led to Bin Laden Is Finally Dead

Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Seymour Hersh's new report shreds the CIA's claim that torture led the U.S. getting bin Laden. Specifically, Hersh reports and NBC news confirms that it was not information gained through torture which pinpointed ...
 PrisonPlanet1 month ago

NBC News Walks Back Claim That Pakistani Officer Gave Bin Laden's Location To CIA

Karachi bus massacre: Who are the Ismailis? - BBC News Google News (Today) - BBC NewsKarachi bus massacre: Who are the Ismailis-BBC NewsDozens of members of Pakistan's Ismaili Shia minority have been killed in an assault by gunmen on their bus in ...
 9ija News.com1 month ago
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