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50 Spies Say ISIS Intelligence Was Cooked
  US Spy Chief's 'Highly Unusual' Contact With Military Official
  US Braces for WW3 With Cyber Command 'Vision' of Cyberops
  Feds Block Release of New CIA Torture Details
House Rejects Iran Deal in Symbolic Vote
  Senate Fails in Bid to Block Iran Deal
  House Republicans Threaten Lawsuit to Block Iran Deal
Intel Chief: Iraq, Syria May Not Survive as States
  At Least 41 Killed as ISIS Attacks East Syrian Air Base
  Russian FM: Syria Aid the Same as It's Always Been
Civilians Killed as Saudis Pound Yemen Capital
  Saudi Blockade Paralyzes Food Shipments to Yemen
21 Civilians Killed in Turkish Military Curfew on Cizre
Florida Man Indicted for Telling Informant To Do 9/11 Bombing
Nothing Succeeds Like Failure  by Nick Turse & Tom Engelhardt
The Knot At the Heart of the Ukraine Crisis  by Ted Snider
Iran's 'Nuclear Ambitions' Go Unquestioned in Coverage of Iran Deal Momentum  by Gunar Olsen
The Long Road From 9/11  by Justin Raimondo
Dick Cheney's Alternative to the Iran Deal Is War  by Peter Beinart
Funding the US Department of Offense  by Veronique de Rugy

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Latest Military Lab Concerns Involve Plague Bacteria, Deadly Viruses
Wyden, McGovern: Rethink US Arms Sales to Bahrain
Influential Pro-Israel Group Suffers Stinging Political Defeat
US Sends 75 More Troops to Sinai to Boost Peacekeepers' Security
90 Killed Across Iraq; Anbar Officials Wounded in Attack
Nearly One in Five Iraqi Workers Government-Employed: PM
Baghdad Condemns Turkish Incursion Into Iraq
Sniper Fire Wounds Iraq Provincial Councillor: Officials
Assange: 'US Planned to Oust Assad Long Before 2011 Uprising'
Norwegian ISIS Hostage's Family Says Unable to Pay Ransom
After Russian Delay, UN Council Okays Probe of Syria Gas Attack
Syrian Refugee Crisis
US to Accept 10,000 Syrian Refugees: White House
Hungary Conducts Army Drills at Serbian Border as Migrants Pour In
No Relaxation Seen in Gulf States' Curbs on Syria's Refugees
Polish Prime Minister Says Accepting Refugees Is Poland's Duty
Syria Blames Europe for Flow of Migrants Out of the Country
With Violence Rising, Turkey's Kurdish Politicians Warn of Civil War
Turkey Blocks Pro-Kurdish MPs From Curfew City After Deadly Fighting
Turkey Deports Dutch Journalist Who Reported on Kurdish Regions
Suspected Smugglers Shoot Dead Turkish Soldier at Syrian Border: Official
Saudi-Led Air Raids Hit Bases, Houthi Leaders' Houses in Yemeni Capital
Buildup of Saudi-Led Ground Forces in Yemen Triggers Alarm in Capital
Saudi Soldier Killed in Exchange of Fire Across Yemen Border
Fighters in Yemen Agree to Talks With UN Mediator
Catalonia's Separatists Try to Stage Spain Breakaway Attempt
Tight Poll Points to Political Struggle Over Catalan Independence
9 Get Suspended Sentences for Torching Belgrade US Embassy
Srebrenica: Eight Charged in Serbia's First Court Ruling
Cyprus' Christian, Muslim Leaders Offer Peace Talks Support
PM Cameron 'Gravely Concerned' by Crisis in Northern Ireland
Belarusian Demonstrators Call for Election Boycott
The Vanishing: Why Are Young Egyptian Activists Disappearing?
South Sudan's Parliament Approves Peace Deal
Grenade Attacks Kill Two in Central African Republic Capital
ICC Urges LRA Rebel Hearing to Be in Uganda
The War at Home
FBI Says 'Australian ISIS Jihadist' Is Actually a Jewish American Troll Named Joshua Ryne Goldberg
Veteran Places VA-Bashing Billboards in Central Florida
New Jersey Man Pleads Guilty to Pledging to Join ISIS
Hillary Clinton 2016: Pagliano Takes the Fifth
The Long and Winding Road to Hillary Clinton's Apology
Lockpickers 3-D Print TSA Master Luggage Keys From Leaked Photos
Intel Chief: OPM Data Hasn't Yet Been Used Against US
'Terrorist, Go Back to Your Country,' Attacker Yelled in Assault of Sikh Man
Marine Killed, 18 Injured in Rollover at California Base
Clinton Takes a Hard Line in Endorsing Iran Nuclear Deal
Holocaust Memories Sway 2 Senators to Support Deal With Iran
Mothers Who Lost Sons in the Iraq War Lobby for Iran Deal
Lindsey Graham Falsely Blames Iran for 9/11 Attacks
UN Assembly Overwhelmingly Approves Palestinian Proposal to Raise Flag at UN Headquarters
Israel Bans 2 Muslim Groups That Protest at Jerusalem Holy Site
Arson Suspects Not Charged to 'Protect Intelligence': Israel
Defense Minister Denies Israel Knows Who Killed the Dawabshas
US Imposes Sanctions on Four Hamas Fundraisers
New Hasbara Booklet for Kids: 'There's No Such Thing as Palestine'
No Work for Hundreds of Palestinians as Sodastream Leaves West Bank
Gaza Doctor Makes Stethoscope With 3d Printer
Israel Slams EU's Bid to Label Settlement Products
Taliban Missiles Hit US Base in Afghanistan; No Injuries
Afghans See American General as Crucial to Country's Defense
Kidnapped Dutch Aid Worker Released in Afghanistan
Officials Fear CIA Missed Opportunity to Identify Western Hostage in Pakistan
China to Hold Live-Fire Drills in Taiwan Strait
Four More Militants Killed in Tajikistan Violence
Turkmenistan Set to Scrap Social Benefits as Economy Worsens
Voting Begins in Singapore Poll Set to Test Ruling Party's Dominance
Terror in Bangkok Creates a New Headache – for China
Bangladesh Arrests Three More Islamists Over Killings of Secular Bloggers
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Convicted of Inciting Violence
Former Peru Dictator Charged With Kidnapping
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Justin Raimondo
The Long Road From 9/11

Ivan Eland
Recognize That Iraq Is History

Dan Sanchez
Mass-Producing Huddled Masses

Lucy Steigerwald
Who Is Listening to Dick Cheney?

Nebojsa Malic
America's 'Junkyard Dogs': Operation Storm, 20 Years On

David R. Henderson
Questioning the Powerful

Ran HaCohen
Yet Another War of Deceit

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