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Napolitano: Secret Service Scandal Inexcusable

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano faced tough questions on the Secret Service’s Colombia scandal during a hearing Wednesday with the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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WH: Unclear How Clinton Could Further Immigration Actions

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the administration was unsure how Clinton, as president, could legally further executive actions as the 2016 presidential hopeful claimed Tuesday evening.

Pentagon: U.S. No Longer Accompanying Vessels Through Strait Of Hormuz

The strait is in Iranian territorial waters, but is a recognized international shipping lane where safe passage is allowed provided that vessels adhere to international regulations.

State Dept. Official: Clinton’s Email Choice “Not Acceptable”

“I think the message is loud and clear that that is not acceptable,” Joyce Barr told lawmakers.

Global CO2 Surpasses 400 PPM For First Time

While Ninety-seven percent of actively publishing climate scientists agree, climate-warming trends over the past century are very likely due to human activities, namely CO2 emission, some members of Congress continue to deny claims

Pentagon: Battle For Bayji Oil Refinery “Impossible” To Predict

“These fights ebb and flow, and right now it’s flowing in the wrong direction,” Defense spokesman Col. Steve Warren told reporters on Wednesday.

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