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- Bernie Madoff Still Doesn't Care What You Think of Him
- Seymour Hersh Alleges Obama Administration Lied on Syria Gas Attack
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh has dropped yet another bombshell allegation: President Obama wasn't honest with the American people when he blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for a sarin-gas attack in that killed hundreds of civilians. In early September, Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States had proof that the nerve-gas attack was made on Assad's orders. "We know the Assad regime was responsible," President Obama told the nation in an address days after this revelation, which he said pushed him over the "red line" in considering military intervention. But in a long story published Sunday for the London Review of Books, Hersh — best known for his exposés on the cover-ups of the My Lai Massacre and of Abu Ghraib – said the administration "cherry-picked intelligence," citing conversations with intelligence and military officials.
- Cops: NH teen missing 2 months wrote letter to mom
- SpaghettiOs apologizes for Pearl Harbor tweet
Campbell Soup apologized Saturday for a tweet by its SpaghettiOs brand that marked the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks with a picture of its smiling mascot jauntily holding an American flag. The ...
- Top-Secret US Spy Satellite Launches into Orbit (Photos)
A classified U.S. spy payload rocketed into orbit from California on an Atlas 5 launcher Thursday (Dec. 5), joining the nation's eyes and ears in the sky to supply intelligence to the government's national security agencies. The satellite is owned by the National Reconnaissance Office, but government officials do not disclose the identities of the NRO's spacecraft, only saying the payload will serve national security purposes. But independent satellite-watchers believe the spacecraft will join the NRO's fleet of spacecraft with radars to penetrate cloaks of clouds and darkness and reveal what adversaries are doing regardless of weather or time of day. The United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 11:14:30 p.m. PST Thursday (0714:30 GMT;
- Neighbor From Hell Allegedly Points Cameras Into Couple's Bedroom
- Germany to sell two destroyers to Israel
- Golf-Johnson steals Tiger's thunder with Sherwood win
By Mark Lamport-Stokes THOUSAND OAKS, California, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Tournament host Tiger Woods was denied a sixth victory of the year when he lost the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge in a playoff with fellow American Zach Johnson at Sherwood Country Club on Sunday. Johnson, who had twice finished second to Woods at this event, sealed victory with a rock-solid par at the 18th, the first extra hole, where Woods lipped out with a five-footer to bogey.