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Again! White House Dodges Details Of Robert Creamer Visits With Obama

“I don’t know if we’ve had the time to go back and look at every individual visit,” explained Deputy White House Press Secretary Eric Schultz in response to questions from reporters about the unusually high number of Creamer’s White House visits. Schultz discussed the issue with reporters on Air Force One on the president’s trip to Florida

Ramzan Kadyrov takes an oath during the ceremony of his inauguration as the head of Russia's Caucasus region of Chechnya for a third term, in Grozny on October 5, 2016. / AFP / ELENA FITKULINA (Photo credit should read

Why Russia Can’t Forget About Chechnya

While the U.S public may be mostly unfamiliar with the Russian state, Chechnya has been the subject of international scrutiny for nearly two decades. The epicenter of two catastrophic wars and a lengthy counterinsurgency campaign, Chechnya has spent the start of the new century battling fundamentalist Islamic terror, corruption, and crime.

In this May 6, 2015, photo, former U.S President Bill Clinton speaks during a plenary session at the Clinton Global Initiative Middle East & Africa meeting in Marrakech, Morocco.

Charity Case? Clinton Foundation Can’t Escape Malfeasance Charges

In March of 2015, Charity Navigator, reviewing the organization’s activity and in light of the news reports surrounding the release of Clinton Cash, placed the Clinton Foundation on its red-flag watch list. This initially gave credibility to the concerns raised in the book, and put Bill and HIllary Clinton in a precarious situation because of the website’s pristine reputation.

The Pro-Life Coalition of Pennsylvania holds a 'Mercy Witness For Life' rally on July 23, 2016 outside of the former site of Dr. Kermit Gosnell's closed abortion clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

CDC: Nearly 13,000 Fully Developed Babies Aborted Each Year

contrary to the false claims made by Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during Wednesday evening’s debate – few, if any, of those abortions occurred because of the “life and health of the mother” or “something terrible” being discovered about the pregnancy.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks during a press conference in his office in Tehran on December 16, 2015. Iran will not accept any limitations on its missile programme, Defence Minister Hossein Dehghan said after UN experts accused Tehran of violating a Security Council resolution. AFP PHOTO / ATTA KENARE / AFP / ATTA KENARE (Photo credit should read ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

Iran Must be Hospitable to Foreign Investors: Rouhani

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday that his country must be hospitable to foreign businessmen, two days after a high-profile Iranian-American and his father were jailed for 10 years as spies.