White House Plays Down New Report Of Secret Service Woes

White House Plays Down New Report Of Secret Service Woes

A report reveals that it took the Secret Service days to realize that a man fired multiple bullets at the upstairs residence of the White House. ...

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U.S. Can’t Confirm Death Of Khorasan Group Leader: Rice

U.S. Can’t Confirm Death Of Khorasan Group Leader: Rice

The U.S. national security adviser Susan Rice says that it is possible that the U.S.-led coalition's airstrikes killed Kohrasan's alleged leader and long-standing al-Qaeda operati ...

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Obama Meets Security Aides Amid Ukraine, Syria Crises

Obama Meets Security Aides Amid Ukraine, Syria Crises

Washington (AFP) -- U.S. President Barack Obama will meet top national security aides on Thursday, amid accusations Russia has sent troops into Ukraine and as he deliberates possi ...

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Snowden: Clapper Comments Pushed Me To Become Leaker

Snowden: Clapper Comments Pushed Me To Become Leaker

Washington (AFP) - Edward Snowden says dishonest comments to Congress by the U.S. chief of national intelligence pushed him over the edge and prompted him to leak a trove of natio ...

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Latest U.S. Media Intel Scoop Suggests New Leaker

Latest U.S. Media Intel Scoop Suggests New Leaker

Washington (AFP) - The latest media scoop about the internal workings of the U.S. intelligence community has convinced officials they have a new leaker feeding information to jour ...

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From ‘Grand Old’ To ‘Shameless New’ — Trading National Security For Political Gain

From ‘Grand Old’ To ‘Shameless New’ — Trading National Security For Political Gain

One would think that on the weekend of the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy – a day on which almost 10,000 fathers, brothers, and sons of our greatest generation were ...

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China Accuses U.S. Of ‘Hypocrisy’ As Hacking Row Escalates

China Accuses U.S. Of ‘Hypocrisy’ As Hacking Row Escalates

Beijing (AFP) - Beijing summoned the U.S. ambassador and accused Washington of double standards Tuesday as a diplomatic row escalated over the unprecedented indictment of five Chi ...

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Bill Clinton To Midshipmen: Balance Technology With Privacy

Bill Clinton To Midshipmen: Balance Technology With Privacy

By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun ANNAPOLIS, MD—Former President Bill Clinton told Naval Academy midshipmen on Tuesday that accused National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden ...

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Obama To Meet Lawmakers, Spy Chiefs On NSA Surveillance

Obama To Meet Lawmakers, Spy Chiefs On NSA Surveillance

Washington (AFP) - President Barack Obama is stepping up consultations with the intelligence community this week, as he finalizes a decision on reining in U.S. spy agencies over m ...

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Bush Lawyer Worries About Conservatives Embracing the Rule of Law

Bush Lawyer Worries About Conservatives Embracing the Rule of Law

John Yoo, the former Bush Administration lawyer who famously wrote the unprecedented memos legally justifying torture,, apparently isn't happy that some Republicans, bending to Te ...

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