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Former CIA operative: ‘Where’s the evidence that Assad did it?’

Ariel Cohen
Contributor
President Barack Obama, accompanied by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, wipes his face as he speaks during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony at the Pentagon, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

A former CIA operative doubts President Barack Obama has as much information on Syria as he is leading the American public to believe.

Grand jury indicts friends of suspected Boston Bomber

9:06 PM 08/08/2013

Two college friends of the suspected Boston Marathon Bomber have been indicted for obstruction of justice in the investigation of the April 15th attack that killed three people and injure many others.

Your daily dose of weird: Spirit board at city commissioner meeting

3:03 PM 08/08/2013

Things got a little weird at the Salina, Kansas city commissioners meeting Tuesday.

McCain contradicts Obama on status of Egypt coup

1:01 AM 08/08/2013

President Barack Obama's 2008 opponent isn't giving him much help with the crisis in Egypt. Sen. John McCain has acknowledged that the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi was a "coup."

Jury deliberates Whitey Bulger’s fate

12:48 AM 08/07/2013

Jurors in the Whitey Bulger trial are deliberating a decision that could put Boston’s most infamous mobster in prison for more than the rest of his life.

American public still undecided about NSA

5:05 PM 08/06/2013

Even in the aftermath of the recent NSA scandal, the American public still cannot make up their mind on whether or not they mind being watched by the government.

Feds suspected of blindly invading the privacy of Internet users

11:11 AM 08/06/2013

The FBI may be blindly invading the personal Internet browsers of people who wish to remain anonymous.

Pre-schooler wins second term as Minnesota mayor

3:21 PM 08/05/2013

After weeks of campaigning, the world's youngest and most adorable mayor has won a second term in office.

Unemployment for 18-29 year-olds is 16.1 percent

7:10 PM 08/02/2013

With the youth unemployment rate steady at 16.1 percent, President Barack Obama has not done enough to give more young people the chance to find a job, according to the College Republican National Committee.

Governments bombarded Twitter with over 1,000 data requests in only six months

11:27 PM 08/01/2013

In the wake of the NSA scandal, Twitter revealed that they released an additional 15 percent worth of data to government agencies.

‘I am not a monster’: Kidnapping Cleveland rapist who held three women hostage sentenced to rot in prison

4:43 PM 08/01/2013

Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro was sentenced to a life in prison without parole plus 1,000 years on Thursday for the abduction, raping and holding hostage of three women, with a total of 977 criminal charges.

The 28 Most Beautiful People On The Hill That TheDC’s Interns Found In A Single Afternoon: 2013 edition

11:00 PM 07/31/2013

WASHINGTON -- It's not that hard to find hotties on Capitol Hill.

Pro-frat political group defends itself against ‘slanted’ news article

10:32 PM 07/31/2013

FratPAC, a political group dedicated to promoting interests of fraternities and sororities on Capitol Hill, has been receiving criticism for not publicly supporting federal anti-hazing legislation.

Kerry forges ambitious agenda for Middle East peace talks

12:35 PM 07/31/2013

Secretary of State John Kerry has set a nine-month timeline for the latest round peace talks between Israel and Palestine, claiming that the talks, which began in Washington D.C on Monday, will reconvene in the Middle East within two weeks.

Axelrod: Hillary Clinton not fazed by Weiner

10:52 AM 07/31/2013

According to former White House senior advisor David Axelrod, Anthony Weiner’s most recent sexting scandal will not hurt Hillary Clinton’s likely run for president in 2016.

Jay Carney defends infamous mobster

9:30 PM 07/29/2013

After 30 days in court and 63 witnesses on the stand, the prosecution in the mobster trial of James “Whitey” Bulger finally rested their case, allowing for the defense to take the stand, as led by skilled attorney Jay Carney.

Clintons go soft on Weiner

9:05 PM 07/29/2013

Former Secretary of State and scorned political wife Hillary Clinton increasingly sees Anthony Weiner’s campaign for mayor as “an embarrassment and a political liability,” according to a report from ABC News.

Matriarch of Louisiana’s most powerful political dynasty dies at 97

7:21 PM 07/27/2013

The matriarch of Louisiana’s most powerful political dynasty, Lindy Boggs, died today at the age of 97 in her Chevy Chase home.

Group highlights government spending in final weeks of fiscal year

9:09 PM 07/26/2013

Federal spending nearly triples during the last two weeks of the fiscal year, according to government data compiled by the fiscally conservative group Bankrupting America.