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Benghazi Was About 400 Surface-to-Air-Missiles Stolen by 'Some Very Ugly People,' DiGenova Says - CNS News
Former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova, who now represents one of the Benghazi whistleblowers, told a Washington radio station Monday that the real scandal in Benghazi is the theft of 400 surface-to-air missiles by some "very ugly people." The Obama administration fears those missiles will be used to shoot down an airplane or blow up one of our embassies, he said.
Al Qaeda vows: 'Islam is coming' to the U.S - Washington Times
A representative of al Qaeda in the Gaza Strip sent a stark warning to Americans during a Sunday interview on WABC Radio in New York: Get ready for Islam.
Morsi Supporters, Military Backers Scuffle in Cairo - VOA News
Supporters and opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi battled in the streets of downtown Cairo on Tuesday, showing Egypt remained dangerously split six weeks after the army overthrew him in response to mass unrest against his rule.
Agents: 44 gunned down in Nigeria mosque - AP
Suspected Islamic militants wearing army fatigues gunned down 44 people praying at a mosque in northeast Nigeria, while another 12 civilians died in an apparently simultaneous attack, security agents said Monday.
Nigerian Terror Group Boko Haram Designates U.S. As a Terror Target - CNS News
The leader of the Nigerian jihadist group Boko Haram -- which the State Department so far has refused to designate as a foreign terrorist organization -- boasted Monday that it was now strong enough to "comfortably confront" the United States.
Al Qaida warns Iraq and Yemen 'will not be secure day or night' - World Tribune
Al Qaida has vowed to intensify operations in at least two Arab states.
Al Qaeda Threat in Yemen Greater Than Ever - Nat'l Geographic
The conversation intercepted by U.S. intelligence last month was chilling: a conference call between Ayman al-Zawahiri, al Qaeda's leader, and a dozen chiefs of his international affiliates, including Nasser al-Wuhayshi, a former aide to Osama bin Laden and the head of al Qaeda's arm based in Yemen.
Palestinian kids taught to hate Israel in UN-funded camps, clip shows - Times of Israel
New video footage appears to show Palestinian children in summer camps run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) being taught that "Jews are the wolf," and that they will one day conquer Israeli cities by force.
'Eilat will never enjoy security,' warns Salafi terror group - Israel Hayom
Hours after a Grad rocket was intercepted by an Israeli Iron Dome battery in the southern city of Eilat for the first time, a Salafi Palestinian terror organization claimed responsibility for the attack. The group claimed the rocket attack was in retaliation for a weekend drone strike, attributed to Israel by foreign media, which killed four Palestinian terrorists as they were readying to launch a rocket into Israel.
Kerry reiterates: US views settlements as illegal - Israel Hayom
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday the recent flap over Israeli settlement announcements was unlikely to derail the relaunched peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, which are scheduled to resume this week.
Inside the United States
U.S. retail sales data points to improving economy - Reuters
U.S. retail sales rose in July, pointing to an acceleration in consumer spending that could bolster the case at the U.S. Federal Reserve for winding down a major economic stimulus program.
GOOGLE: If You Use Gmail, You Have 'No Legitimate Expectation Of Privacy' - Business Insider
If you happen to be one of the 400 million people who use Google's Gmail service for sending and receiving emails, you shouldn't have any expectation of privacy, according to a court briefing obtained by the Consumer Watchdog website.
John Kerry: 'This Little Thing Called the Internet ... Makes It Much Harder to Govern' - CNS News
Speaking to State Department personnel at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil, on Tuesday, Secretary of State John Kerry said that this little thing called the Internet ... makes it much harder to govern.
U.S. Air Force to Shut Down 'Space Fence' Surveillance System - Washington Free Beacon
The U.S. Air Force will shut down its space surveillance system that tracks satellites and other orbiting objects by Oct. 1 due to budget constraints caused by automatic federal budget cuts known as the sequestration, it announced Monday.
Obamacare Spending Could Spike in Next Few Weeks - Washington Free Beacon
The convergence of the opening of the Obamacare exchanges and the end of the fiscal year could result in a huge spike in spending on Obamacare from the federal government in the coming weeks.
Armed Services Subcommittee Chair: Missile Defense Modernization Needed - Washington Free Beacon
The Obama administration has cut $6 billion from U.S. missile defense programs at a time when missile threats are growing, chairman of the House Armed Services subcommittee on strategic forces said Tuesday.
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