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Pentagon hid reality of chemical weapons finds in Iraq

New York Times released a story discovering that American troops were exposed to chemical weapons in the years following the invasion of Iraq. Pentagon officials kept their discoveries of the weapons secret from fellow soldiers, doctors and investigators.
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American planes sold as scrap metal by Afghan Air Force

The U.S. government purchased sixteen transport planes for the Afghan Air Force at the cost of $500 million; those planes have now been destroyed by Afghan military and sold for scrap parts at six cents per pound. (Read More…)

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Army concludes Bergdahl investigation

Early Friday evening the U.S. Army finished their investigation into Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s disappearance in 2009; however, the results will not be made public anytime in the near future. (Read More..)


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Cop killer, Eric Frein leaving chilling notes for authorities

Pennsylvania trooper killer, Eric Frein has been leaving notes in the woods, detailing how he murdered a state trooper last month before escaping into the wilderness. Authorities have been searching for Frein, for the last 25 days. (Read More…)

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President Obama meets with acting Secret Service Director

On Tuesday, President Obama met with the acting Director of the U.S. Secret Service, Joseph Clancy. President Obama and he discuss a panel that will look into the problems that have bogged down the agency for years. (Read More…)

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Supreme Court set to finally settle on gay rights

The U.S. Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts begins another term on Monday. Gay marriage is not on the agenda, however it is very likely they will decide for the last time, whether gays have a constitutional right to marry. Roberts will begin his 10th year as the head of the court. (Read More…)
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More. U.S. Forces headed to fight Ebola in West Africa

As Ebola cases continue to rise in the United States, the military announced Friday, that 1,000 troops may be deployed to West Africa to help fight the virus. Pentagon press secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said the military could deploy up to 4,000. (More…)

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