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The Associated Press

Chairman: Senate Intel Panel Taking NSA Snooping Claim on Lawmakers ‘Seriously’

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Richard Burr from North Carolina, Republican chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, told Breitbart News that his panel will investigate whether President Obama’s National Security Agency (NSA) broke the law by eavesdropping on private conversations between American lawmakers and Israel.


Media Fail: 56% of Americans Now Want Fewer Refugees

After months of a coordinated DC Media campaign to emotionally blackmail and shame Americans into turning against Donald Trump and the Republican Party as a whole over the issue of refugees, a Wall Street Journal poll shows that a clear


De Niro Attacks Tech CEO: ‘I Don’t Give a F*ck Who You Are’

Page Six reports that Robert De Niro pulled heavily from his inner gangster on Wednesday at a Wall Street Journal Magazine awards event in New York City, when he coarsely scolded a tech CEO for joking about him and the other celebrities in

The Associated Press

Hillary Clinton Takes Hit In WSJ Poll, Goes 24 Days Without Talking To Media

It has been 24 days – more than three weeks – since Clinton announced her bid for president, yet she still has not spoken to national media about her campaign or to address the controversies she is facing. Breitbart News previously reported this is a record for presidential candidates in recent history.

Common Core

Desperation: Common Core Proponents Run Ads in Iowa to Prop Up Jeb Bush

With conservative grassroots activists having educated parents, teachers, and lawmakers about the nature of the Common Core standards initiative, proponents of the education reform are desperate to bolster a possible presidential run for Jeb Bush, who was recently booed at CPAC by conservatives for being a champion of the now grossly unpopular plan.


Archaeologists Racing Across Syria to Save Historic Artifacts from ISIS

Since the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) began establishing its Caliphate across Syria and Iraq, they have taken to destroying historic shrines and temples to prevent the practice of “idolatry.” With the surviving priceless artifacts going to fund ISIS on the black market, a group of Syrian “Monuments Men” are racing against time to save the country’s precious history.