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This undated filed photo shows MINUSCA, the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (CAR), on patrol in the capital Bangui. (UN photo)
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EXCLUSIVE: United Nations peacekeeping investigators looking… Continue reading
MINUSCA peacekeepers on patrol in the Central African Republic. (United Nations MINUSCA)
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United Nations officials up to the level of Secretary General Ban Ki-moon himself were scrambling to come up with statements Tuesday after… Continue reading
CLEVELAND – You don’t win a debate like that one as much as you survive it.
And for the top of the leaderboard, at least, no harm was done and quite possibly some good.
Donald Trump proved to be every… Continue reading
As the hot Washington summer approaches August, the Senate’s Republican majority is already on vacation from the work of confirming judges. At the current torpid pace, they will put the lowest number of judges on the federal bench in any… Continue reading
July 21, 2015: Acting OPM director Beth Cobert is shown. (Government Executive Media Group)
The prolonged hacking into the White House Office of Personnel Management, which put the personal information of at least some 21.5 million past and current federal… Continue reading
Judicial Watch Wednesday announced that IRS scrutiny of conservative groups went beyond tea party organizations and included higher profile groups, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Crossroads GPS, associated with former George W. Bush advisor Karl Rove.
The… Continue reading
FILE: 2010: An EPA worker monitoring a beach in Pensacola, Florida. (REUTERS)
EXCLUSIVE: The Environmental Protection Agency is exaggerating the potential health benefits—especially for children—it says result from a new rule that will set sharply lower ozone levels across the… Continue reading
The media and the Left are going all-in attacking Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who committed the sin of saying something that upset them when he was discussing illegal Mexican immigrants.
A presidential candidate refusing to be PC? Nah, can’t… Continue reading
June 29, 2015: President Obama speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington before signing H.R. 2146 Defending Public Safety Employees Retirement Act and H.R. 1295 Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
The nation’s… Continue reading
The spectacular hacking assault on the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management is just part of a broader, systematic campaign against the most valuable U.S. cyber-assets, public and private, that is ongoing and likely includes operations inside classified U.S. government… Continue reading