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'Star Trek Continues' Sets out to Complete Enterprise's Five-Year Mission

Phoenix ComiCon was blown away with the ultimate fan project for any Star Trek fan: 'Star Trek Continues' on Friday night. The cast includes Trek superfans Vic Mignogna, a prolific voice actor who played "Captain Kirk," Grant Imahara of "Mythbusters" as "Sulu" and Chris Doohan, son of the original "Scotty" playing his father's role. The highly polished webseries debuted its first episode to thousands (close to 4,000, according to the 'Continues' Facebook page) of Trek fans in the packed main ballroom. May 27, 2013 5:12 AM PT

'Babylon 5' Creator Fulfills Promise to Late Star at Phoenix ComiCon Panel

“My assassins are usually sneaker than that,” Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski told a Phoenix ComiCon staffer standing next to the table. That set the tone for the Q&A that ranged from fun stories about the cast to insight into writing epic narratives. The solo panel ended with Straczynski giving a touching memoriam to late members of the popular scifi series cast. May 25, 2013 3:42 PM PT

AP Reporter: DOJ Harassing, Intimidating Journalists

After State Department Deputy Spokesman Patrick Ventrell praised the agency's support of a "free press" on Thursday, Associated Press reporter Matt Lee engaged Ventrell over the release of Department records and the Department of Justice's investigation into James Rosen's activies. May 24, 2013 1:39 AM PT

Benghazi Review Board Chair To Meet With Issa Behind Closed Doors

The State Department announced on Thursday that it had no involvement in the decision of retired diplomat Thomas Pickering to meet in a closed session of the House Oversight Committee with Chairman Darrell Issa. Pickering, along with former Joint Chiefs Chair Mike Mullen co-chaired the Accountability Review Board that investigated the security failures surrounding the attacks on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya in September of last year. May 24, 2013 1:28 AM PT

State Dept Employees 'Accountable' For Benghazi Failures Receiving Pay Five Months Later

State Department Deputy Spokesman Patrick Ventrell announced on Monday that employees identified by the Accountability Review Board as responsible for the security failures that lead to the Benghazi attacks are receiving pay after five months on administrative leave. They are not, however, doing any work for the State Department. May 22, 2013 2:11 AM PT

Why I Live in Oklahoma

"Kids learn at an early age what a storm shelter is, what a tornado warning is, and what you need to do when it happens. So they're the most prepared folks for this time of year and this type of storm activity. But when the storms happen and when they're this violent, it makes you wonder why on earth would people live here. But people do..." - Janice Dean, Fox News May 21, 2013 12:34 AM PT

Andrew Breitbart On Pigford: Never, Never, Never Give In

In my observation of Andrew Breitbart, it seemed there was just one story that he could just not let go: Pigford. Years after he initially ran the investigations and interviews surrounding the Pigford scandal Andrew would still mention that it was unfinished, that the work was still not done. If Andrew and I ever crossed paths in our travels, I would always wait for Pigford to come up. He never forgot it. May 3, 2013 4:42 AM PT

State Dept Stonewalls On Benghazi Suspect

President Obama and the White House have stated multiple times that the President is fiercely "committed" to discovering and punishing those responsible for the attack on the U.S. Special Mission in Benghazi, Libya in September of last year which cost the lives of four Americans. However, the President's "committed" administration is now allowing the Tunisian government to release a top suspect in the Benghazi attack without protest or comment. Jan 9, 2013 5:51 AM PT

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