Alexander Marlow

Alexander Marlow is Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart News.

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Machete Terrorists: 'Allahu Akbar'

Both the BBC and witnesses at the scene are reporting that at least one of the attackers who hacked a soldier to death with a machete in London shouted "Allahu Akbar." Chilling video has also surfaced of a knife-wielding man with bloodied hands talking to a camera referring to "our land" and calling for the removal of governments:  May 22, 2013 11:57 AM PT

Weiner's In!: Ex-Congressman Running for New York Mayor

After his public fall from grace, Former U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner has gotten back up and entered the race for mayor of New York City. His first campaign advertisement went live late Tuesday. May 22, 2013 12:07 AM PT

Congressmen: Were Conservative Car Dealers Targeted for GM Closures?

Two Congressmen are asking the Treasury Department if it inappropriately scrutinized conservative-owned businesses the same way it targeted Tea Party groups filing for tax-exempt status. Republicans Mike Kelly and Jim Renacci circulated a letter Thursday requesting Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to release documents detailing the process and methodology the Automotive Task Force used to shut down General Motors dealerships in 2009 during the automotive industry crisis. May 17, 2013 1:24 AM PT

High School Track Team Disqualified When Runner Gestures Thanks to God

The Columbus High School Mighty Cardinals had won the 4x100-meter relay--by seven yards, no less--and had a shot at the state championship. That was until Junior sprinter Derrick Hayes pointed to the sky. Hayes's father, K.C., said that his son made a gesture of thanks to God, but raising a hand to the sky is considered excessive celebration according to the state scholastic rules. And with that, the team was disqualified: May 3, 2013 10:57 AM PT

Connecticut Courthouse Evacuated After Bomb Threat

At approximately 10:30am Monday morning, the State Superior Court in Stamford, Connecticut was evacuated because of a bomb threat, the Stamford Times reported. An anonymous man called the court, according to the Times, and claimed that a bomb would go off at 4pm. The police were able to determine that the threat was a hoax and people were allowed to return to the building just over an hour later. Apr 22, 2013 9:08 AM PT

'More Voices': House Packed for Breitbart's Controversial 'The Uninvited' Panel

Andrew Breitbart frequently spoke and wrote of the need for an American dialog including voices beyond those approved by the mainstream media and the political establishment. Therefore, in his honor, the Breitbart News Network put on a CPAC panel called "The Uninvited" to feature topics and speakers otherwise absent from the CPAC agenda. Mar 16, 2013 7:37 PM PT


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