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Osama bin Laden a member of Spain’s parliament? Embarassed, FBI says no

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation is red-faced after being caught using a photo of a member of Spain’s parliament to create images of what the world’s most wanted terrorist might look like after years of seclusion. Two images of what an FBI forensic artist thinks bin Laden might look…

GOP strategist Matalin: Bush ‘inherited’ 9/11 attacks from Clinton

Update at bottom: Matalin ‘lied’ about Bush inheriting recession No amount of spit and polish can clean the tarnish of the 9/11 attacks from the Bush legacy, but that didn’t stop GOP strategist Mary Matalin from trying. During a Sunday appearance on CNN, Matalin attempted to prop up an analogy…

Judge rules FBI can’t keep Cheney interview buried

A federal judge ruled on Thursday that the FBI must release its June 2004 interview with then-Vice President Dick Cheney concerning the leaking of the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame. The Bush and Obama administrations have both sought to keep the interview secret, but Judge Emmet Sullivan has determined…

FBI may have destroyed files on Walter Cronkite

FBI spokesman: ‘We would need warehouses to keep everything we’ve collected’ Officials with the Federal Bureau of Investigation said they may have destroyed files on legendary newsman Walter Cronkite in an October 2007 document purge. Blogger and San Francisco-based gay activist Michael Petrelis filed a Freedom of Information Act request…

Hate Crime followup

Four students confessed to hanging Obama in effigy at George Fox University. George Fox University broke the news to students and staff Tuesday afternoon at an all-campus meeting. About 1,000 people attended, said Rob Felton, a university spokesman. A statement from the school said the penalties against the four students…

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