The first trailer for Michael Bay’s movie 13 Hours, based on a first-person account of the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, was released Tuesday. Many sites—including Breitbart News—posted the trailer, but Vox went well beyond that, offering a 1,500-word review of the two-minute clip.
The Detroit News has published a hard hitting editorial demanding that the Department of Justice investigate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as Secretary of State. The editorial accuses Hillary of being “serially deceptive” in her answers to
Planned Parenthood has hired a high-profile crisis communication firm to help it deal with fallout from a series of undercover sting videos produced by the Center for Medical Progress.
Has Hillary run out of excuses for her private email server? It seemed that way Saturday when the candidate offered a denial of wrongdoing which directly contradicted a statement released a day earlier by not one but two Inspectors General.
Cecile Richards Claims Planned Parenthood Only Covered Its Costs, Dr. Gatter Says PP Didn’t ‘Do Anything’
In an appearance on ABC News’ This Week with George Stephanopoulos Sunday, Planned Parenthood’s President, Cecile Richards, claimed her organization never profited from the sale of fetal organs. Instead, she claimed PP only charged to cover its own costs. That explanation is directly at odds with statements made in undercover video by a doctor who works for Planned Parenthood.
An Inspector General review of emails in Hillary Clinton’s inbox found at least four instances where information she received should have been considered secret at the time she received it. The matter has now been referred to the FBI.
Kim Kardashian offered her opinion of the Sandra Bland story on Twitter Thursday afternoon.
An autopsy on Sandra Bland, the woman found dead in a Texas jail cell three days after a traffic stop, concludes she committed suicide by hanging herself with a plastic trash bag.
The New York Times weighed in on the Planned Parenthood sting videos Wednesday with an editorial that reads like a press release for America’s largest abortion provider. Like a press release, the Times’ editorial conveniently omits any evidence which might tend to undercut its claims.
Hillary Clinton has yet to speak up about videos which show Planned Parenthood executives discussing how they harvest fetal organs for money. That silence seems significant for a candidate who has often portrayed herself as less extreme on abortion than others in her party. In fact, Hillary has frequently used the phrase “safe, legal and rare” when talking about abortion policy.
Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei threatened Israel on Monday and suggested neither the recently completed nuclear deal nor President Obama could ensure the country’s safety.
A report on the breach of OPM’s computers systems by the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT) says hackers did not have to work very hard to gain entry. The report also raises a worrisome new possibility about what hackers might have been doing during the months they had undetected access: adding false data to the systems even as they were stealing from it.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce has asked Planned Parenthood to make Dr. Deborah Nucatola–the group’s medical director who was seen in the sting video released earlier this week–available to brief committee members before the end of July.
Media Matters Accidentally Highlights Planned Parenthood’s Admission of Profit Seeking on Organ Harvesting
Media Matters, the progressive media watchdog, published a defense of Planned Parenthood Tuesday night. Unfortunately for Planned Parenthood, the evidence they offer proves Planned Parenthood’s clinics were intentionally seeking to profit from the harvesting and sale of fetal organs. In
Planned Parenthood released a two-minute video clip Thursday which offers an apology for the tone of comments made by a senior staffer who was caught in an undercover investigation by The Center for Medical Progress.
Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford, Obama’s nominee for chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Congress last week that the deaths of 500 soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan could be attributed to Iran.
An undercover investigation of Planned Parenthood has turned up evidence that it sold “intact” fetal organs to at least one California company known as Stem Express. Stem Express charges $400 to $25,000 for stem cells grown from fetal organs.
The nuclear agreement announced Tuesday says Iran must resolve outstanding questions about its past nuclear weapons research before sanctions are dropped. However, a former IAEA official says of the agreement, “The fix is in.”
Diplomats in Vienna missed the 4th consecutive deadline for wrapping up talks on Iran’s nuclear program Monday.
Iranian courts have reached a series of verdicts against the United States totaling $50 billion in fines.
Venezuela has stopped publishing official data on its rate of inflation, but one expert on monetary policy says the current rate is 615 percent.
Writer and director Eli Roth, best known for his horror film Hostel, is promoting his new film The Green Inferno at Comic-Con. In an interview on Friday, Roth explained the film was inspired by so-called social justice warriors (SJWs) operating on social media.
Did outgoing OPM Director Katherine Archuleta write her own resignation statement? Perhaps it’s better to ask: Did she even bother to read her own resignation statement? In any case, the last word on Archuleta’s tenure contains three embarrassing mistakes in the span of 10 sentences.
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has revealed that hackers stole personal information on 25.7 million Americans. That information included Social Security numbers, financial histories, mental health records, and in over a million cases, fingerprints.
Keith Olbermann has lost his job again. ESPN has decided not to renew his contract.