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F.B.I. raids over the weekend in Minneapolis and Chicago aimed to “quiet activists”.
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The Justice Department is playing hardball against the ACLU’s efforts to block an executive order to assassinate an American citizen charged with no crime.
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Weeks after Obama announced the end of combat operations in the Iraq War, ‘residual troops’ engaged in lethal combat reportedly for the second time over the weekend.
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Jason Ditz, news editor at AntiWar.com, discussed the Orwellian ‘end’ to the Iraq War at AntiWar Radio with Scott Horton (20:48):
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A TONDAR member in Iranian custody tells the State-run media his connection to the group originated through a U.S.-run media corporation.
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