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Navy admirals reprimanded in widening bribery scandal

November 8, 2013 10:50PM ET Latest in Malaysian bribery scheme involving prostitution, money and Lady Gaga tickets Topics: Navy Military U.S. Vice Admiral Ted Branch speaks with the press after arriving at Gauanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2010.Vanderlei Almeida/AFP/Getty Images Two of the U.S. Navy’s top intelligence officials had their access to…

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‘Anti-drug cartel mayor found dead’

Mexican officials say a crusading mayor, who was allegedly threatened by drug cartels, has been found dead on a roadside in the western state of Michoacan. The officials said on Friday local police found the body of Ygnacio Lopez Mendoza in his car on Thursday. Mendoza was the mayor of Santa Ana Maya in Michoacan…

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The U.S. Is a State Sponsor of Terrorism

Now we know exactly how many members of the U.S. House of Representatives care enough about American terrorism to attend a Congressional briefing about a U.S. drone attack that followed a classic terrorist pattern in killing a grandmother and wounding nine children in Pakistan. Five. Five members of “the people’s house” came to the briefing,…

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The HealthCare.gov Website Debacle and the Fraud of Obamacare

As the debacle at HealthCare.gov continues into its second month, the Obama administration is facing increasing pressure to fix the technical problems that have plagued the site set up to sell insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Barack Obama has faced criticism from Democratic Party supporters that the dysfunctional web site is creating a…

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Texas abortion ban forces sick woman out of state

November 8, 2013 1:00PM ET As access dwindles because of anti-abortion laws, low-income women must rely on volunteer aid for travel Topics: Health Abortion Texas Protesters demonstrate against new laws restricting abortions in Texas.Tamir Kalifa/AP Florence, a 24-year-old Houston woman, suffers from a life-threatening genetic disease. She has been in and out of hospitals her…

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Jets, Tanks, Planes, Bombs and Occupying Soldiers: The Wall Street Pentagon War Machine

Corporate military armaments factory genocide of weapons contracts stimulated through backroom business deals with big businessmen sell wars to anesthetize the population to military slaughter of the target race and produce and consume on command without thought of the victims whose lives are terminated through aggressive bombing, Special Operations counterinsurgency and tomahawk missile massacre for…

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Egypt police kill two protesters in Suez

Supporters of Morsi hold up his image as they take part in a march through the streets of Cairo in his support on November 8, 2013. Clashes have erupted during a rally in support of ousted Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi, in the city of Suez, killing at least two protesters and injuring several others. At…

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‘Iran nuclear talks reach critical stage’

Iran Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi (1st L), Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (2nd L) and EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton (2nd R), are seen during talks in Geneva, November 8, 2013. Iranian deputy foreign minister and member of Iran’s negotiating team, Abbas Araqchi, says the nuclear talks with six world powers have…

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US Sanctions and Iranian Nuclear Program

The next round of Geneva talks between Tehran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany – the group of six powers (the P5 + 1 group) – has been launched in Geneva on November 7-8. The previous meeting on the nuclear issue tookplace in the middle of October. Iran appears to lose hopes…

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Hiring up in October despite government shutdown

November 8, 2013 8:58AM ET October’s jobs numbers were better than expected, but concerns remain over lower overall workplace participation Topics: Economy BLS Jobs & Unemployment People attend a job fair in Manhattan in 2013. All of the additional hiring occurred in the private sector, with government payrolls shrinking some 8,000 people because of the…

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