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Benghazi report author defends Clinton despite ‘grossly inadequate’ security before attack

The 42-year veteran of the U.S. State Department who wrote a report chiding it for “grossly inadequate” security measures at the consulate building in Benghazi, Libya leading up to a September 2012 attack defended former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton on Sunday from repeated Republican criticism. Ambassador Thomas Pickering told…

First-ever music video filmed in space is David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’

In an amazing video published Sunday by Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, he bids farewell to the International Space Station (ISS) with the most epic cover of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” perhaps ever, in footage that will go down as the first music video filmed in space. The ISS commander has…

Kucinich defends tea party groups on ‘Fox News Sunday’

After years spent as one of the nation’s most ardently liberal members of Congress, former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) became a paid Fox News contributor at the start of this year, and on Sunday his new role cast him as a defender of the tea party, accusing the Internal Revenue…

12-year-old California boy accused of stabbing 8-year-old sister to death

A 12-year-old California boy was arrested Saturday and accused of stabbing his 8-year-old sister to death and lying to authorities about it, sparking a furious manhunt for an unidentified intruder authorities now say never existed. The boy’s name was not released, but police in Valley Springs said he’s believed to…

Chicago families shaken by gun violence mark Mother’s Day in the streets

A large group of mothers who’ve lost children to gun violence took to Chicago’s streets on Mother’s Day to create a public spectacle of their pain in hopes that policy-makers will take matters of gun control more seriously. “If you lose your child, you never feel like doing anything [for…

18 shot during New Orleans Mother’s Day parade

Update: Following this story’s publication, police raised the estimate of those shot to 18, including two 10-year-old children. A dozen people are believed to have been shot at a parade in the southern US city of New Orleans, police said Sunday. Garry Flot, a spokesman for the local police department,…

Watch: ‘Glacier on speed’ nearly swallows Minnesota homes

A glacier-like “ice wave” struck northern Minnesota on Friday, nearly swallowing up homes in an astonishing natural phenomenon that was caught on tape by shocked residents. NBC affiliate WPTV described the bizarre scene as like watching “a glacier on speed” as high winds and crashing waves pushed the mass of…

Allen West: IRS targeting of tea party is part of auto bailout conspiracy

Former Congressman Allen West on Sunday (R-FL) said that an admission by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that it had improperly scrutinized tea party groups was part of a wider conspiracy that included President Barack Obama’s administration forcing Republican-owned car dealerships to be shut down during the auto bailout in…

Gates: Benghazi-obsessed Republicans have ‘cartoonish’ view of military capability

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates told CBS News that Republican lawmakers who are blasting President Barack Obama’s administration for failing to take military action during last September’s surprise attacks in Benghazi have a “cartoonish” view of the military. “I listened to the testimony of [Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta]…

George Will floats impeachment after IRS targets tea party groups

Conservative columnist George Will on Sunday suggested that President Barack Obama could be impeached after it was revealed that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) targeted tea party groups. The Associated Press learned last week that the IRS had apologized for what it was an “inappropriate” investigation into whether tea party…

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