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Op-Ed: Trump's thin grasp of science shows in his ignorant tweets

Displaying a thin grasp of science, President Donald Trump questioned the reality of global warming because it was cold outside. His ignorance of the facts on climate change and its real impact in the U.S. is a tragedy in the making.

Op-Ed: Get ready for a smashing 4th of July

Your favorite Japanese reporter is — wait for it — a Pennsylvania Yankee. Yes, a real-life favorite of my Uncle Sam. I grew up in Japan, but home is where the fireworks are. And right now the fireworks are set to go off all across the good ol' USA.

LinkedIn: Free speech or yuan?

Mountain View - LinkedIn users concerns about freedom of speech are being complicated by reports of communist party ties, mainstream media says.

The Life-Giving Sword

Tokyo - Japan's ruling coalition partners LDP and New Komeito have reached consensus on reinterpretation of Article 9 of the World War II occupation constitution, party spokesmen say.

Op-Ed: The Re-History of the Muslim Brotherhood - Part 1

Recently, the Muslim Brotherhood has made news with their actions in Egypt. However, this is only another attempt in a long line of attempts to conquer.

Op-Ed: When criminals are the police

What happens when the world's criminal elite double as its police force? Recent events have provided a good opportunity to observe.

FBI counter-terror team celebrates 30 years of service

Quantico - The FBI is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its Hostage Rescue Team. Always ready to respond to a crisis situation, this specialized entity is America's premier SWAT team and a world renowned counter-terrorism force.

Two FBI agents killed during counter-terrorist training exercise

Virginia Beach - Two FBI special agents who were members of the prestigious Hostage Rescue Team were killed during a maritime-based counter-terrorism training exercise gone awry aboard a military freighter off the coast of Virginia Beach.

US National Security Advisor meets with Russian Leaders

U.S. National Security Advisor Tom Donilon met with Russian leaders on Monday to prepare for a meeting between US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Op-Ed: Saving the American Dream Means Letting it Die

As we enter a new age of thinking, it seems as though the ideals of the American Dream are stuck in antiquity. It is these residual industrialist ideals that keep people hanging on to the old world while being left behind by the new.

Op-Ed: North Korea missile calls for change in US politics

Seoul - Though the world failed to end last December, one bad event actually did happen. North Korea – the Far East's only nuclear power, broke an embarrassing three time losing streak, successfully lifting a missile into orbit.

Op-Ed: Drinking and driving on New Year’s Eve could be a fatal mistake

Each year thousands of lives are lost in the United States and Canada to incidents of drunk driving. New Year’s Eve is a special event where there is a huge influx in the number of drunk drivers on the roads. Learn how you can prevent drunk driving.

Op-Ed: Human rights and the hypocrisy of the Iranian regime

New York - Iranian dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has taken the U.S. to task on claims of human rights violations. Yet an unprecedented and ruthless crackdown on Christians in that nation reveals to the world in full detail the hypocrisy and crimes of his regime.

Op-Ed: The destruction of America — Inside the Republican Party

Obstructionist policies and hate filled, violent rhetoric have been a part of the Republican Party for the last four years. Now you can add calls for secession to the list.

Soccer: Mexico defeats US 4-2 to win their 6th CONCACAF Gold Cup

Pasadena - Concluding a competition full of excitement, Mexico lifted the CONCACAF Gold Cup following their 4-2 win over the United States on Saturday.

Pentagon Papers released online, 40 years later

Daniel Ellsberg released portions of the Pentagon Papers 40 years ago in June 1971. Monday those documents were made available to the public in their entirety.

Lawsuit against National Day of Prayer dismissed

Chicago - A US Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Freedom From Religion Foundation that challenged the annual Presidential proclamation of a National Day of Prayer saying "a feeling of alienation cannot suffice as injury."

Carell, Tobey, Hathway, Black, Breslin, Winslet, Dunst to present Oscars

Get a sneak peek at who's appearing in the Oscar broadcast this Sunday, through a ton of press releases on the AMPAS/Oscars site. Who's your dream Academy Awards host and presenter list?

Revolt Against A National Driver's License within the United States by Member States

It's the whole privacy thing, "A lot of legislators are concerned about privacy issues and the cost. It's an estimated $11 billion implementation cost."

Two American women killed in Nariobi carjacking

2 women in a landcruiser identified as a US embassy vehicle were shot and killed by gunmen on the outskirts of Kenyan capital. .

Memo to the Secret Service

Re: My Strawberries

The Flash Back

Hello my Fellow Americans and World. A flashback look at my Axis of Evil.

My brand spanking new exit strategy from Iraq

Good Day my Fellow Americans and the World...
 

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My 2 youngest children in the California mountains  summer of 2014
My 2 youngest children in the California mountains, summer of 2014
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My youngest son, son-in-law, grandchildren, and oldest daughter at Coco's restaurant in California, 2014
The Pentagon Papers  once considered highly classified material have now been release for public con...
The Pentagon Papers, once considered highly classified material have now been release for public consumption.
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Coffins of soldiers killed in the Fort Hood shootings being loaded aboard an aircraft for flight to ...
Coffins of soldiers killed in the Fort Hood shootings being loaded aboard an aircraft for flight to Dover Air Force Base. The Nov. 5, 2009, shootings were perpetrated by Nidal Malik Hasan, a career serviceman with the U.S. Army who held the rank of major. The attack claimed the lives of 13 servicemen and women. Hasan has been linked to Anwar al-Awlaki, a high-ranking al-Qaida militant.
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U.S. Capitol (from west side facing east) in Washington, District of Columbia, USA.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) s Mine Resistant Ambush vehicle or MRAP. The MRAP is an ar...
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)'s Mine Resistant Ambush vehicle or MRAP. The MRAP is an armored vehicle that can be used by the FBI's SWAT, Enhanced SWAT, and Hostage Rescue Teams to engage terrorists that are heavily-armed with high-caliber armor piercing ammunition and explosives. The MRAP is also currently in use with U.S. forces in Afghanistan where the number of troop deaths from roadside bombs have plummeted since the 2008 introduction of the thickly armored vehicle.
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