The Washington Post has revealed that the Pentagon hid $125 billion in wasteful spending because officials feared Congress would use the evidence "to slash the defense budget."
Clapper and Secretary of Defense Ash Carter sent a letter to the White House last month calling for the removal of National Security Administration Director Adm. Michael Rogers, according to the Washington Post. In response, Chairman Devin Nunes issued a letter demanding that Clapper and Carter appear before his committee to offer an explanation.
"We kept asking for additional support, including a 50-caliber mounted machine gun, but the State Department would not give it to us, because they said it would upset the locals," the source told Fox News. "Instead, the State Department hired a company that doesn't have employees, which then hired terrorists."
The Pentagon refused to comment on whether the Obama administration is concerned about "ghost" Afghan troops receiving U.S. taxpayer funds, jeopardizing U.S. gains, and placing American military troops at risk. It would not say whether any American troops have been killed our wounded as a result of going into battle with nonexistent backing.
The CIA and the Pentagon reportedly refused to confirm or deny the January 2013 censorship incident.
According to the news outlet, it obtained the the three declassified documents, which are from 2008, 2009, and 2011, through an ongoing FOIA lawsuit against the CIA and other federal agencies.
The radical Muslim hate preacher Anjem Choudary finally faces jail time after being convicted of supporting the Islamic state.
Choudary, who has ties to Lee Rigby's killers, urged followers to support ISIS in a series of YouTube videos.
Hillary Clinton received a classified intelligence report stating that the Obama administration was actively supporting Al Qaeda in Iraq, the terrorist group that became the Islamic State.
The Reuters news service has poured cold water on CNN's overheated claim that the Secret Service warned Donald Trump's campaign that his gun rights rhetoric seemed to threaten the safety of Hillary Clinton.
In the couple-odd days since the Wall Street Journalrevealed that the Obama administration laundered cash in order to bring off a Guido-at-the-docks ransom drop for American prisoners in Iran, Team Obama has been earnestly (so shoot me) denying that the ransom payment was any such thing.
"They are not on the forward line. They are providing advice and assistance," Cook said during a testy exchange with reporters. "That mission has not changed, their role has not changed. They are not leading this fight. They are supporting those forces that are at the leading edge of this fight, and they are doing it in a very effective fashion."
'Yazidi girls who escaped Islamic State captivity told The New York Times their captors forced them to use birth control in order to be able to continue raping them. Islamic State rules do not permit the raping of sex-slaves who are pregnant.
Tweets from the @DotGovs account were filled with pro-Palestine hashtags. One tweet was directed towards the U. S., saying the hackers would not stop "until they cut relations with Israel."
A known Islamic terror suspect was placed in charge of Hillary Clinton's local security detail during a trip by the US Secretary of State to Libya, Daily Mail Online can reveal.
American media, likely lamenting the fact that they could not pin the terror on a "right win Christian fundamentalist," remained silent as to the suspects' identities for hours after the attack. Whether or not ISIS is responsible remains to be seen, but however one slices it, this is certainly an act of terror.
A recent suicide bombing in southern Syria shows the rivalry between Al Qaeda and ISIS is more than just a contest to see who can kill the most infidels — the groups are using classic terror techniques on each other.
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