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Is this how the Benghazi talking points were developed?
American Action News  |  by Brendan Bordelon, The Daily Caller  |  2014-07-24
Two top government watchdogs in Washington D.C. slammed a key aide to Secretary of State John Kerry for using a private Gmail account to conduct official government business. Read More...
U.S. Memorial Honoring Injured Veterans Under Way in DC
ABC News  |  by AP  |  2014-07-23
"I think it will bring it home for visitors. I think it will give people a better understanding of how somebody's life is forever changed and really help them understand the sacrifice a little bit more." Read More...
Sources: Militia blamed for Benghazi attack moved next door to US consulate before strike
Fox News  |  by Adam Housley  |  2014-07-22
“We warned D.C. about the guys who moved in next door, but nobody knew what to do and nothing was done,” Read More...
VA snubs veteran, so three Lowe’s workers fix his wheelchair
The New York Post  |  by Frank Rosario & Sophia Rosenbaum  |  2014-07-22
These Staten Island Lowe’s workers deserve a medal.
Even when the VA does act, it’s still failing our veterans
The Washington Post  |  by Tully Mackay-Tisbert  |  2014-07-21
Jymm is a Vietnam veteran (who holds two Purple Hearts), and he’s definitely a character. But he’s never hurt himself or anyone else. Read More...
Valley Marine produces t-shirts to raise money for Marine jailed in Mexico  |  by Syleste Rodriguez  |  2014-07-17
"I wanted to do something to help my brother out, we have a strong saying, "You never leave a Marine behind." said Adam Hanye. Read More...
Suspect in Benghazi attack killed under mysterious circumstances
Hot Air  |  by Ed Morrissey  |  2014-07-15
Faraj al-Shibli did not lack for enemies, it would appear. The Libyan government held him for a time after the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, at least long enough for the FBI to interrogate him. Two days ago, another militia grabbed him in the former Cyrenaica capital of Marj, a town just off the Mediterranean, 96 kilometers from Benghazi. Yesterday, locals found his body. Read More...
Reports: Sgt. Bergdahl may return to active duty today
USA Today  |  by John Bacon & Kim Hjelmgaard  |  2014-07-14
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has completed a course of counseling at an Army hospital in Texas and may return to active duty as early as Monday, according to media reports.  Read More...
Iran-Contra II? The one discovery that shocked Benghazi expert Ken Timmerman the most
The Blaze  |  by Benjamin Weingarten  |  2014-07-11
Investigative journalist and New York Times bestselling author Ken Timmerman’s new book, “Dark Forces: The Truth About What Happened in Benghazi,” contains a number of thoroughly researched and often-overlooked revelations regarding Benghazi, Libya, and the Obama administration’s misadventures in Arabia more broadly. Read More...
Sources: US letting Benghazi suspects off hook, recent arrest ‘small potatoes’
Fox News  |  by Adam Housley  |  2014-06-27
Despite President Obama's promise to stay focused on hunting down those responsible for the 2012 Benghazi attack -- and despite a recent arrest touted as a major takedown -- sources say little has been done to nab the other suspects.  Read More...
Fox News Poll: Treat Benghazi suspect as enemy combatant, keep Gitmo open
Fox News  |  by Dana Blanton  |  2014-06-26
Most American voters consider the recently-captured Benghazi suspect an enemy combatant who should be tried in a military tribunal.  Read More...
Florida Vet Could Lose Home Over Small American Flag
Action News Jacksonville  |  by Erica Bennett  |  2014-06-24
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Stars and Stripes are at the center of controversy. At least at Larry Murphree's home. “I want it to go away. It's such a minor little thing and they keep coming after me,” he explained. Read More...

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