Here is an article from 2011 on Susan Rice, who will replace Tom Donilon as Obama’s National Security Advisor.
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There’s a scramble to claim credit for the Texas miracle, and now President Obama has jumped in with both feet.
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In small ways and big, Congress’s FAA climbdown is Washington at its worst
Congressmen and the intelligence community are creeping toward each other’s throats over whom to blame for the Boston Marathon bombing.
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Even if a terrorist could get to the cockpit and take over the controls using a folding, non-locking knife with a blade that is less than 6 centimeters long and ½ inch wide, there is no way passengers would sit by and let him …
The FBI and the Obama Administration will face hard questions in coming days over interviews with the alleged perpetrators of the Boston Marathon bombings, one with the surviving suspect now in custody and another with his now …
Can the FBI leverage new technologies and post-9/11 investigative powers to track down the culprit behind the Boston Marathon bombing?