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  1. 9/11 Widow/Activist on the Declassified Saudi Arabia PagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Kansas City InfoZine

    The document states: "While in the United States, some of the September 11 hijackers were in contact with, and received support or assistance from, individuals who may be connected with the Saudi government." Kristen Breitweiser is a 9/11 widow and activist.


  2. IS group can be conduit for psychopaths' violent desires:Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    However, when a person craving violence is drawn in by the Islamic State group's ideology -- offering them glory and a sense of belonging -- it provides a volatile mix that can lead to the kind of massacre seen in the south of France last week, experts say. French investigators are at a loss to explain the motives of Mohamed Lahouaiej Boulhel, a Tunisian who crushed 84 people to death with a truck in an IS-claimed attack in Nice after an apparent lightning-fast radicalisation.


  3. Vidal: 1,600 police officers suspended so farRead the original story

    Thursday | Buenos Aires Herald

    ... said. She also confirmed that several provincial police officers have been trained by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as part of a new policy of her administration. The measure, the government said, will benefit some four million ...


  4. How the New York Fed fumbled over the Bangladesh Bank heistRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Star

    Federal Reserve and New York City Police officers stand guard in front of the New York Federal Reserve Building in New York, October 17, 2012. Photo: Reuters Jupiter.


  5. Ukrainian Interior Ministry Experts Examined Wreckage Of Car In which Sheremet Was KilledRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Charter97

    The speaker of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Artem Shevchenko informed that on July 21, forensic experts examined the wreckage of the burnt car in which the journalist Pavel Sheremet had been killed in a car bombing, and posted photos of the car. "While waiting for the FBI experts to come, the Interior Ministry experts and investigators of the National Police of Ukraine examine the charred car for evidence of murder of Pavel Sheremet," - Artem Shevchenko twittered.


  6. Melania Trump's Speechwriter ApologizesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KIII

    An in-house writer and longtime friend of the Trump family has stepped forward with an apology for her involvement in the preparation of Melania Trump's address at the Republican National Convention Monday night. The speech took passages from Michelle Obama's 2008 speech.


  7. Trump: Media spent more time analyzing Melania than FBI spent on ClintonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | The Hill

    Donald Trump Bill O'Reilly, Montel Williams feud on-air at GOP convention GOP senators blast Trump over NATO Top Trump ally: Cruz is 'self-absorbed, little man' MORE on Wednesday weighed in for the first time on Melania Trump's controversial speech, slamming press coverage and saying that "all press is good press." "Good news is Melania's speech got more publicity than any in the history of politics especially if you believe that all press is good press!" Trump tweeted.


  8. Judge Andrew P. Napolitano:Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Jewish World Review

    What if the folks who run the Department of Political Justice recently were told that the republic would suffer if Hillary Clinton were indicted for espionage because Donald Trump might succeed Barack Obama in the presidency? What if espionage is the failure to safeguard state secrets and the evidence that Clinton failed to safeguard them is unambiguous and overwhelming? What if President Obama never really liked his former rival whom he appointed as his secretary of state? What if he had no real interest in seeing her succeed him because he and his wife simply could never trust her? What if, when Clinton suggested to the president that the U.S. wage a secret undeclared war against Libya, the president went along with it as a no-lose proposition? What if he assumed that if her secret war succeeded he'd get the credit and if her secret war failed she would get the blame? What if the means ... (more)


  9. Two arrested at request of FBI for B1bn online-banking theftRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bangkok Post

    ... of the Tourist Police Division, said the arrests were made at the request of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation, which accused the pair of creating and distributing malware to steal data from bank accounts of victims living in the United States, ...


  10. Criminal Indictments to Come, Ex-U.S. Envoy Warns Najib: Over & Over, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Malaysia Chronicle

    The attorney general of the United States, Loretta Lynch, made it official yesterday. She said it very clearly.


  11. Printed Letters: July 21, 2016Read the original story

    Thursday | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    When a candidate seeks any public office, it is not really that individual who is important, it is the ideas and concepts that he/she espouses and solutions he/she proposes. That is true from the local to the federal level, even up to and including the presidency.


  12. Aide admits borrowed words in Melania Trump's speechRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NWAonline

    A longtime employee of the Trump Organization took responsibility for lifting two passages from a 2008 speech by Michelle Obama for Melania Trump's Monday address at the Republican National Convention, saying that it was an innocent mistake. The employee, Meredith McIver, who has worked on some of Donald Trump's books, was identified by The New York Times on Tuesday night, although the extent of her involvement was unclear.


  13. For Uber, Lyft, FBI background checks could re-emerge in legislative sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Las Vegas Sun

    In this Jan. 14, 2016, photo, a driver waits to pick up passengers at an Uber and Lyft pickup area at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Walk near most cab lines in Las Vegas and the taxi industry's wounds from battling Uber and Lyft last year are immediately apparent.


  14. The U.S. Is Seizing $1 Billion in Assets in Malaysia's 1MDB Corruption CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Time

    U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch accused a number of 1MDB officials of treating "this public trust as a personal bank account" U.S. federal prosecutors have filed a civil lawsuit in order to seize more than $1 billion in assets they believe were obtained with funds siphoned off a controversial Malaysian state development fund. The move, announced by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Wednesday, is one of the largest asset seizures in U.S. history, the Wall Street Journal reports, and the "largest single action" under the Department of Justice's new antikleptocracy initiative.


  15. BlackBerry CEO takes a bite out of Apple for not unlocking San Bernardino iPhoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Digital Trends

    Apple's quarrel with the FBI over the San Bernadino terrorist's iPhone may now be water under the bridge to some extent, but the question of whether Apple did the right thing in not creating a way to access that iPhone is one that BlackBerry CEO John Chen has chosen to criticize, reports The Inquirer .


  16. EU and US to investigate shock murder of Ukraine journalistRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | EUobserver

    ... national police, later told press she had already met with forensic experts from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation to create a special task force. The EU foreign service said "a swift and transparent investigation must be carried out to bring ...


  17. Let Freedom RingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    For a view of repression under a Democratic president after the creation of the FBI, see Before 1908, there was no Federal Bureau of Investigation. The country's largest detective agency was Pinkerton, a private investigative agency.


  18. US man accused of Jewish center attack plot ordered kept in jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Times of Israel

    A Tucson man charged with planning to attack the local Jewish community center and plotting a terrorist attack on a motor vehicle office in metro Phoenix will remain jailed until his trial because he poses a danger to the community, a judge ruled Wednesday. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Sam Myers said no conditions could be imposed on releasing Mahin Khan from jail that could ensure the public is protected.


  19. Google Reports Record Number of Government Requests for User DataRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NewsFactor

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  20. Russian, Uzbekistani arrested for allegedly stealing Bt1bn from bank accountsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Nation

    Thai police have arrested a Russian man and an Uzbekistani woman who were wanted by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation for having allegedly stolen some Bt1 billion from over 50 accounts in several countries. The arrest of Dmity Ukrainskiy, 44, a Russian, and Olga Komova, 25, an Uzbekistani, were announced at a press conference at the Immigration Bureau Thursday.