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June 27, 2016

Lone terrorists should avoid killing American minorities, and instead should focus on whites in order to make clear the attackers’ jihadi purpose, an al-Qaida group has advised followers. The advice.

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Advances in expertise and science will allow a record number of men who served and died in the Korean War to be identified this year. Army Cpl. George P. Grifford,.

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June 24, 2016

A Chicago policewoman this week said she and another cop were subjected to barely veiled death threats, banishment from buildings, accusations by senior officers of being “rats,” and even arrests.

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The West is floundering in its Internet fight against a web-savvy Islamic State, a British security expert told Congress on Thursday. The disparity, he said, is an embarrassment. “It’s an.

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California’s last operating nuclear energy plant will be phased out over the coming decade in response to state energy policies that favor renewable power sources and the state’s reliance on.

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June 23, 2016

Florida officials have said no to another statewide bear hunt this year. In a vote of 4-3, and after a daylong hearing attended by about 100 people, the Florida Fish.

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A new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration says the Internal Revenue Service has missed opportunities to collect over $21 million in penalties due to administrative weaknesses.

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House Republican leaders are renewing efforts to restrict the Obama administration’s ability to regulate hydraulic fracturing, after a key judicial decision this week landed on their side. House Speaker Paul.

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An Irish hardware store worker and an avid amateur historian were instrumental in revealing that the Marine Corps had named the wrong man in the iconic World War II image.

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After getting the green light last week from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to become the 13th national stock exchange, a company portrayed as the white knight of Wall.

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