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Updated May 9, 2015 - 11:26 PM EDT
Dozens Escape Iraq Jail, 50 Inmates, 12 Cops Die
Pentagon Boosts Security Level, Citing ISIS
 
  FBI: Thousands of Online Followers of ISIS Inside US
Saudis Tell Civilians to Flee, Escalate Airstrikes
 
  UN Officials Unhappy With Saudi Arabia's Plans for Yemen Aid
  Saudis: Yemen Pause to Begin Tuesday Night
Syrian Rebels Scorn New US Training Scheme
 
  Turkey Denies Backing al-Qaeda in NW Syria
  ISIS Attacks East Syria Military Airport, 34 Killed
  Western Diplomats Hype 'Trace' Chemical Findings in Syria
Republicans Put Plans to Reauthorize PATRIOT Act on Hold
 
  Clapper 'Forgot' About NSA Program When He Lied to Congress
US 'Disappointed' by Israel's New East J'lem Settlement Plans
US Designated Prominent Al Jazeera Journalist as 'al Qaeda'
Iran, US Agree on New Diplomatic Offices
Viewpoints
Obama’s Petulant WWII Snub of Russia  by Ray McGovern
Following Paul Singer's Money, Argentina, and Iran  by Eli Clifton
Why Pam Geller's Muslim-Baiting Stunt Was a Big Fat Flop  by Peter Weber
Ben Cardin's Gambit
 by Philip Giraldi
North Korea: Evil, but Not a Terrorist State  by Doug Bandow
UN Battle to 'Shame' Israel Over Abuse of Children  by Jonathan Cook

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Frontline
Is State Dept. Trying to Muzzle Afghanistan Watchdog?
DoJ: Former US Govt Employee Attempted to Steal Nuke Secrets
US Wants Greece to Stick to the 'Right' Pipeline
US 'Nuclear' Nun Sabotage Conviction Overturned
 
Yemen/Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Says Yemen Ceasefire to Start Tuesday
Saudi-Led Coalition Bombs Yemeni Province, Hours After Warning Locals to Leave
Gunmen Shoot Dead Saudi Police Officer in Riyadh
GCC Seeks Formal US Security Pact
Regional Crises Push Turkey, Saudi Closer Despite Ideological Rift
Iraq/Syria
Attacks Focus on Diyala Province, 149 Killed Across Iraq
Iraq Signs Up 1,000 Recruits for Sunni Militia to Fight ISIS
US Planes Bombing ISIS Militants at Besieged Iraqi Refinery
Double Suicide Bombing Kills 22 Worshippers
Iraqi Kurdish Chief Hopes to Sidestep Region's Clash With Iran
Kurds Push US to Arm Them Directly
Syrian Army and Hezbollah Consolidate Areas on Border: Source, Media
Palestine/Israel
Jihadist Group Claims Mortar Attack on Hamas in Gaza
Lieberman Rejects Likud Offer of Defense Post, TV Report Says
Bennett: The Hardline Kingmaker
Europe and US Keep Watchful Eye on Israel's Legislative Plans
Yesh Atid to Ask High Court to Block Netanyahu From Expanding Government
Ukraine
Two Ukrainian Serviceman Killed, 26 Wounded in Past 24 Hours: Ukrainian Military

Pro-Russian Ukraine Separatists Free Red Cross Aid Workers

Europe
Copenhagen Buses Burned in 'Anti-Israel Attack'
Scottish Nationalists Crush Opponents, Set Stage for Eventual New Independence Bid
Georgia Government Survives Confidence Vote, Appoints First Female Defense Minister
Australia
Australian Police Hold Melbourne Youth on Terror Charges
Mexico
Ex-Police Chief in Mexico Known for Crackdowns Is Shot
Mexico Nabs Cop Allegedly Involved in Disappearance of Students
 
The War at Home
PATRIOT Act Renewal Splits GOP Presidential Hopefuls
Christie Backs NSA Phone Records Program
Senators Demand CIA's Brennan Admit Computer Search Improper
Hillary Clinton's Benghazi Testimony Likely to Be Delayed
Pakistan
Pakistan Helicopter Crash Kills Norwegian, Philippine Ambassadors
Pakistan Army Denies Taliban Involvement in Deadly Copter Crash
Koreas
North Korea Warns of 'Targeted Strikes' Against South's Navy
North Korea Test-Fires Underwater Ballistic Missile: State Media
South China Sea
Japan, Philippines to Hold First Naval Drill in South China Sea: Sources
Images Show Vietnam Conducts Own South China Sea Reclamation
China 'Expanding Island Building' in South China Sea
China Has 'Right' to Seek Regional Influence, Says Modi Ahead of Trip
Philippines Says Important to Uphold Rights Over South China Sea
Africa
Gunman Opens Fire in Nigerian High School, Injures Six Students
Burkina Faso and Niger to Swap Towns in Border Change
Libya Rejects EU Migrant Plan, Says Not Asked
South Sudan Fighting Displaces 100,000 Peopled: UN
US Warns of Possible Burundi Sanctions, Alarmed at Arms Reports
Venezuela
Venezuela Policeman Jailed Over Teenager Death in Protest
Venezuela's Dissenting Socialists Deepen Rift With Maduro
Colombia
US, Colombia Authorities Probe Molestation Allegations Against US Military, Contractors
Colombian Leader Slams Rebels Over Soldier's Severed Leg
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
5/08/2015
Britainís Political Circus

Lucy Steigerwald
5/08/2015
The Future of Domestic Spying

Dan Sanchez
5/05/2015
Freddie Gray and the Western District Way

Ivan Eland
5/05/2015
War Rarely Enhances Freedom

Nebojsa Malic
3/05/2015
Not Quite Goodbye

David R. Henderson
12/16/2014
Questioning the Powerful

Ran HaCohen
8/02/2014
Yet Another War of Deceit

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