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By Nicholas Fondacaro | April 3, 2017 | 9:47 PM EDT

A massive revelation in the alleged surveillance of President Trump’s aides broke Monday morning when Bloomberg reported that “[f]ormer National Security Adviser Susan Rice requested the identities of U.S. persons in raw intelligence reports on dozens of occasions that connect to the Donald Trump transition and campaign.” With their identities unmasked, it allowed for someone to freely and illegally leak their names to the press. It’s controversial news but ABC and NBC both chose to ignore it that night, while CBS defended Rice. Read More


What we know about Trump’s unsubstantiated wiretapping allegations against Obama

March 8, 2017

Good Morning America President Trump has sparked a firestorm by accusing then-President Obama of wiretapping communications in Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential campaign, without providing any evidence for his claim. But former Obama administration officials are hitting back, saying Obama did not order any wiretap. Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said he […]

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Wikileaks: The CIA is using popular TVs, smartphones and cars to spy on their owners

March 7, 2017

The Washington Post By Craig Timberg, Ellen Nakashima and Elizabeth Dwoskin The latest revelations about U.S. government’s powerful hacking tools potentially takes surveillance right into the homes and hip pockets of billions of users worldwide, showing how a remarkable variety of every day devices can be turned to spy on their owners. Televisions, smartphones and […]

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Trump Bubble?

March 4, 2017

  Love him or hate him, Donald Trump is having a huge impact on America. So it was just a matter of time before someone came up with a Trump Quiz. If you love short quizes, you will probably love this one. If nothing else, you’ll learn some things you probably never know before. However, […]

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10 Things to Know About John Glenn, Who Has Died at 95

December 9, 2016

ABC New By seth borenstein, ap science writer WASHINGTON — Dec 8, 2016, 3:46 PM ET Ten notable aspects of the life of astronaut and senator John H. Glenn Jr. who died Thursday at 95: ——— ENDURING MARRIAGE Glenn married his childhood sweetheart, Anna “Annie” Margaret Castor, in 1943. She survives him. He bought her […]

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Tiger Woods Is Back. He Brought Some Nerves, but Left the Pain at Home.

December 1, 2016

By KAREN CROUSENOV. 29, 2016 NEW YORK TIMES NASSAU, the Bahamas — Twenty-three minutes into Tiger Woods’s news conference on Tuesday, the skies opened, and rain lashed the roof of the temporary tent where Woods was taking questions, drowning out every fifth or sixth word of his responses. It did not matter. Woods’s body language […]

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Why US veterans voted 2-to-1 for Donald Trump

November 11, 2016

By Christina Gregg and Editors Nov 11th 2016 10:22AM Almost 100 years later, exit polls show key swing-state counties with high veteran populations may have been crucial in securing a victory for President-elect Donald Trump. According to CNN exit polls, veterans voted at a 2-1 ratio for Trump over Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. In […]

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Historic Win!

November 9, 2016

Regardless which side you were on, this was indeed an historic win in the history of American politics.

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Presidential Election Live: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Vote, but a Changing Electorate Will Decide

November 8, 2016

By JONATHAN MARTIN, NATE COHN and ALAN RAPPEPORT UPDATED 4:33 PM The New York Times Election Day is here at last. America is set to decide between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump. But the long, unusual and often ugly 2016 presidential campaign has been about the country’s changing demographics and the shifting coalitions of […]

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