Disbelief at the the White House's absurd claims peaked last week after the Yemeni President who was supported by the Obama administration fled the country by boat.
In a newly published interview, CNN's Dana Bash asked Reid if he had any regrets from his decades in office. Bash focused in on Reid's claims during the 2012 election that Mitt Romney paid no taxes for ten years: "So no regrets, not about Mitt Romney about the Koch brothers. Some people have even called it McCarthyite."
A piece on the Iran nuclear deal published at the Huffington Post cites the IAEA inspection regime that is already in place as a sign of the forthcoming deal's success, but what the IAEA really wants is the implementation of the so-called "additional protocol," which amounts to snap inspections.
Iran was heavily involved in nuclear weapons research, according to documents given to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in 2005. To date, Iran has refused to acknowledge this past work on nuclear weapons, but IAEA reports leave no doubt the documents are credible and described research only suitable for a nuclear arms.
Journalist Ken Silverstein thinks the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal would be a bigger story if not for the obvious partisan bias at outlets like the New York Times.
Nobel Prize-winning author V.S. Naipaul says ISIS represents the closest thing the world has seen to a "Fourth Reich" and urges world leaders to expand the military campaign against them to ensure their "annihilation."
U.S. officials are concerned Iranian militants currently fighting ISIS in Iraq with help from U.S. air power could eventually turn on American troops in the country.
Sources in the Israeli government claim the White House tried to influence the recent election because it wanted "revenge" against Benjamin Netanyahu.
Charlottesville police announced the results of their investigation into an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house in 2012. Police say they have no proof the incident occurred and note that the woman who made the accusation has refused to cooperate.
George Zimmerman criticized President Obama's response to his acquittal, which he describes as "pitting Americans against each other solely based on race."
CNN's Don Lemon hosted a panel of guests Thursday night to discuss the truth behind the "Hands up, don't shoot" mantra adopted by Black Lives Matter protesters. Despite a lively discussion, CNN still does not seem to fully grasp the role it's own misleading coverage played in suppressing the truth.
A Reuters/Ipsos poll released today found that only 45 percent of Democrats say they support Hillary, a nearly 15-point drop since last month. And yet, for some reason, Reuters seems to be downplaying the news contained in its own poll.
A Serious Case Review examining childhood sexual abuse which took place in Oxfordshire, England concludes that the role of Pakistani Muslim men in the rape and torture of white British girls should become a topic of national investigation and concern.
In February, we learned that failed candidate Wendy Davis was reportedly testing the waters as a professional public speaker. It seems Davis recently booked a gig as part of a John Ben Shepperd Distinguished Lecture Series.
Not much has changed about Hillary since the 1990s. She is still surprised that anyone has a problem with her apparent abuses of power and still acting "thrilled" when records she fought to keep secret are finally revealed.
After the arrest of 20-year-old Jeffrey Williams, protesters involved in the Ferguson Black Lives Matter movement rushed forward to say he was not a protester. However, Williams' Facebook page shows he had befriended unreliable witness Dorian Johnson, the man who was with Mike Brown when he was shot by Officer Darren Wilson.
In a stunning reversal, progressive Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart admitted Monday that the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" mantra adopted by Black Lives Matter protesters is built on a lie.
A poll conducted by the Huffington Post and YouGov found that an increasing number of people are following the Hillary Clinton email story. At the same time, Hillary's favorability has dropped, nearing her low point since the 2014 election.
Politifact, the fact-checker run by the Tampa Bay Times, decided to fact-check Hillary Clinton's email press conference. Curiously though, the site chose not to rate her statement as true or false, claiming it was too difficult for them to judge.
Hillary's staff selected which emails to turn over to the State Department for preservation using a series of search terms. Any email that didn't match those terms was considered private. No person reviewed the emails to insure their contents were indeed private before they were deleted.
During a protest early Thursday morning in Ferguson, Missouri, shots were fired and two police officers were seriously injured. A live-stream video being shot from across the street by one of the protesters captured the moment.
In a video made shortly before the attack but released to the public only last week, Zehaf-Bibeau says he is acting as a Muslim "in retaliation" for Canada's involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hillary Clinton's statement on her use of private email at the State Department wasn't terribly convincing, but there is no doubt it was carefully crafted. At one point, she even dragged the Secret Service into a defense of her private email server.
A 20-year-old man who planned to murder the president and attack the U.S. Capitol with pipe bombs confessed he made the plans in sympathy with ISIS. In an interview from jail, he warned that the group has followers in every state and claimed additional attacks are on the way.
The killing of a Iraqi immigrant last week has become an occasion for Vox to revive the climate of hate argument, i.e. the claim that malevolent forces prompted the violence.
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