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Spy Chief Cites Phantom Evidence on Hacking
  US Officials: Russia Approval of Trump Win Is 'Evidence' of Hacking
  FBI Never Asked for Access to Hacked Computer Servers
  GRU-Ukraine Artillery Hack May Never Have Happened
Turkey Takes Russian Help, Not US Help in Al-Bab
  Turkey: 38 ISIS Fighters Killed in Strikes Around Syria
  Documents Reveal New Details of Syria Ceasefire
  Hezbollah Bars Russian Officers, Threatens Syria Ceasefire
Iraq Launches Offensive on ISIS Near Syria Border
  US, EU Weapons Used to Commit War Crimes in Iraq: Amnesty
Al-Qaeda Chief Denounces ISIS 'Liars'
Several Dead in Ft. Lauderdale Airport Shooting
New McCarthyism Targets Trump  by John V. Walsh
Special Ops, Shadow Wars, and the Golden Age of the Gray Zone  by Nick Turse & Tom Engelhardt
Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's 'Leadership' in Syria  by John Glaser
Purge the CIA
 by Justin Raimondo
WAPO's Fake Electrical Grid Story: Failing Basic Journalism  by Kalev Leetaru
There's Nothing Turkish Govt Can Do to Stop ISIS  by Patrick Cockburn

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Emails Were Leaked, Not Hacked
by William Binney & Ray McGovern
More Guantanamo Releases Likely Before January 20: White House
Guantanamo Releases Continue as Yemenis Arrive in Saudi Arabia
Trump and UN Leader Discuss 'Cooperation'
Germany Is Sued in US Courts Over Early-1900s Namibia Slaughter
Bombers Return to Baghdad; 130 Killed in Iraq
US, European Weapons Used to Commit War Crimes in Iraq: Amnesty
Two ISIS Car Bombs in Baghdad Kill at Least 14: Sources
Syrian State TV: Car Bomb Kills 10 in Government-Held Town
Syria Ready for Open Battle in Idlib
Clashes Near Damascus Despite Syria Truce
Turkish Officials in Talks With Donald Trump's Team Over Syria Strategy
Turkey Told US Support in ISIS Fight Insufficient: Erdogan Spokesman
Kerry Says US Encouraging Astana Talks on Syria as Step to Peace
In Turkey, US Is Seen as Provoking Nearly Every Crisis
Turkey Nightclub Attack: Police 'Detain Several Uighurs' in Raids
Why Istanbul Nightclub Attacker May Be a Uighur
Suspected Kurdish Militants Kill Two in Car Bombing in Turkey's Izmir
Turkey Jails Two Commanders for Life in First Ruling Over Coup Attempt
Turkey Orders Detention of 380 Businessmen in Gulen Investigation
Israeli Police Question Netanyahu Again Over Graft Suspicion
France 'Not Planning' Israeli-Palestinian UN Resolution
Israel Police Arrest Two Over Threats to Judges in Elor Azaria Case
After Verdict, Israeli Military at Odds With Politicians
Two Arrested in Israel for Threatening Judges in Soldier Trial: Police
Jordan Says Moving US Embassy to Jerusalem Is 'Red Line'
Masterchef Celebrity Winner Kal Penn Donates Proceeds to Palestinian Refugees
Middle East
Thirteen Indicted on Terrorism Charges in Lebanon
Bahrain, Reversing Reform, Restores Arrest Powers to Spies
Poland's Anti-Government Protest Leader Deals Blow to Opposition
Brittle Kosovo, Serbia Ties Feel Strain Over Ex-PM's Arrest
Greece's Most-Wanted Terrorist Is Arrested in Athens Suburb
Italy Aims to Combat Radicalization in Jails, Deport More Illegal Migrants
Turkish Minister 'More Optimistic Than Ever' on Cyprus Deal
UN Removes 4 Envoys From Colombia for Partying With Rebels
Venezuela Opposition Seeks New Polls, Military Help, Against Maduro
Haiti Senator/Ex-Rebel Leader Wanted in US Arrested During Talk Show
Cuba Dissidents Say Arbitrary Arrests Soared in 2016
Brazil Government to Take Larger Role in Security After Prison Massacre: Temer
Trump and US Intelligence
Former CIA Director James Woolsey Has Split With Trump, 'Effective Immediately'
Reports That Trump Eyeing Revamp of Spy Agencies Are False: Spokesman
Donald Trump Expected to Name Retired Senator Dan Coats to Top Intelligence Post
'Guccifer,' Clinton-Tied Hacker, Doubts Claims Concerning Russian Cyber Campaign: Report
The War at Home
Trump May Pursue Border Wall Without New Bill
B-52 Loses Engine While Flying Over North Dakota
Cyberzeist, a Hacker Breaches FBI Website and Posts Information on Pastebin
Marine Drill Instructors Accused of Using a 'Dungeon' on Recruits and Drinking on the Job
Hamza bin Laden, Son of al-Qaeda Leader Osama, Added to US Terror Blacklist
Russia Offers Philippines Arms and Close Friendship
Philippines Says South China Sea Ruling Not on Agenda at ASEAN Summit
US Navy to Deploy Advanced Early Warning Aircraft to Japan
Australia, Indonesia Seek to Patch Up Wounds Over Military Row
Myanmar Accused of 'Whitewash' as Panel Rejects Claims It Is Persecuting Rohingya
US Warns About Travel to Bangladesh
South Korea Minister Says China Indirectly Retaliating Against THAAD
China Investigates Party Officials in Restive Xinjiang for 'Discipline Breaches'
Sri Lanka Divided as Panel Backs Foreign Judges to Probe War Crimes
Central African Republic
No Charges in French Military Child Sex Abuse Inquiry
Central African Republic Christians, Muslims Unite to Heal Trauma
One Dead, Three Held in Connection With Cairo Bomb Attack
Egypt Frees 2011 Uprising Activist Ahmed Maher
Red Cross Worker Shot Dead in Northern Mali
Former Rebels Enter Key Mali City for Mixed Patrols With Army
Chad Shuts Border With Libya, Deploys Troops Amid Security Concerns
At Least 15 Dead in DR Congo Ethnic Clashes
Nigerian Soldiers Find Chibok Girl Kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014
Ugandan Lawmakers Petition ICC for Investigation Into 'Genocide' by Army, Police
Half of Liberians Fear Country Could Plunge Back Into War
Morocco to Close Schools Allegedly Linked to Turkish Preacher
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Purge the CIA

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There’s Little Reason To be Optimistic About Trump and Privacy

Ivan Eland
Presidential War Is Unconstitutional

Ran HaCohen
Peres' Disputed Funeral

Sheldon Richman
Shimon Peres and the 9/11 Attacks

Dan Sanchez
Do Orcs Love Their Children Too?

Nebojsa Malic
Biden in Belgrade: A Trip Down NATO-Invasion Memory Lane

David R. Henderson
Questioning the Powerful

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