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Terror group cites "U.S. Crusader Police" in describing how "young Bengal man" who claimed ISIS allegiance burned himself, got captured.
The guy in charge of investigating sexual harassment by congressmen is accused of sexual harassment.
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The files include her personal correspondence and gift binders.
Everyone is falling for it and the results are hilarious.
"I'm very dizzy, my stomach hurts," Joshua Holt, held 18 months, says in desperate plea.
"Everything always comes back to the Jews."
Gardner, other senators want to end mandatory non-disclosure agreements, taxpayer-funded settlements, and confidential settlements.
Comey edits revealed: Remarks on Clinton probe were watered down.
In 11 months, the administration has delayed or canceled 1,500 regulatory actions.
Police witnessed an AKP Party official giving a gang leader money for weapons.
The image of Washington is accompanied by a warning for another city, though: "Wait for us: We meet at Christmas in New York... soon."
Department has acknowledged morale and recruitment are low as Tillerson's redesign drags on and values, mission unclear.
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Refused to lead a "white-black" church with "Herman Cain, Ben Carson types."
Deputy SecState: "In those ungoverned areas" like Libya where terror groups operate, "they make money by engaging in activities like that."
As opposed to Judge Roy Moore.
“We recognize we have employees with political opinions, and it is our responsibility to make sure those opinions do not influence their actions," says deputy AG.
She went there.