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Asked Tuesday if she had wiped her server to delete the emails she had sent while serving as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton should have said “yes” or “no.” Instead Clinton was evasive.
She first pleaded ignorance, stuttering “I have… Continue reading
EXCLUSIVE: An email from a top Clinton adviser containing classified military intelligence information, and one from a top aide containing classified information about the Benghazi terror attack, were the documents that kick-started the FBI investigation into the mishandling of classified… Continue reading
Faced with President Obama’s vastly expensive Clean Power Plan to remake the U.S. electrical system and other looming regulatory decisions that dramatically affect energy supplies, Republican lawmakers have renewed their offensive against alleged under-the-table legal collusion between the administration and… Continue reading
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton waves as she is introduced before speaking to the National Urban League, Friday, July 31, 2015, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) (The Associated Press)
WASHINGTON – Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband… Continue reading
Media is ablaze with warnings against a future where robots with AI threaten a human future. But are all robots bad?
Recent movies from “Terminator Genysis” to “Chappie” and “Ex Machina” all consider a future where robots take on bigger… Continue reading
Jonathan Pollard, who spent the last 30 years in a U.S. prison for spying for Israel, has been granted parole and is due to be released in November, officials said Tuesday.
The decision, confirmed by his attorneys and the Justice… Continue reading
If Hillary Clinton were a cartoon character, she’d be Snidely Whiplash, forever muttering to herself, “Curses, foiled again.” And she’d be right.
The lady-in-waiting will have to keep waiting. Probably forever. Fate has spoken.
Already threatened by a growing trust… Continue reading
Funny girl Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has been winning audiences over in the hit series “The Big Bang Theory.”
Beauty and brains: Hollywood’s successful leading ladies
The ladies have got the beauty and the brains.
LOS ANGELES – Despite its reputation as… Continue reading
This undated photo provided by Northrop Grumman Corp., shows a pre-production model of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. (AP/NORTHROP GRUMMAN)
How would the military’s new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft fare in a dogfight against an old F-16D fighter? Not… Continue reading
May 28, 2015: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks in Pemberton, N.J. Christie, who spent three years as president of his high school class, returned to his alma mater Tuesday to make his 2016 presidential announcement. (AP)
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