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U.S. Secretly Shipping Weapons to Syria

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State Department sued over Syrian refugee program

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on concerns about the potential risks from the Syrian refugee program.

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on concerns about the potential risks from the Syrian refugee program.

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Obama’s New ‘Anti-Islamic State’ Czar Advocated Funding Hamas Government

The Obama administration announced Malley’s appointment two weeks ago. Judicial Watch charged that the announcement was buried “deep in a press briefing delivered at a Paris hotel during the recent climate summit” on November 30.

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Clinton: Republican field shares Donald Trump’s views

Democrat Hillary Clinton tried to tie Donald Trump’s plan to bar Muslims from entering the country to the entire Republican presidential field last night, embracing a controversy that overshadowed the release of another batch of 
emails from her time as Secretary of State yesterday.

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Turkey: 8 suspected Isis terrorists trying to enter Germany as refugees arrested

Turkey has arrested 8 suspected Islamic State (Isis) militants at Islanbul’s Ataturk Airport after investigations revealed that the suspects were planning to enter Germany posing as refugees.

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Watchdog chided CIA for Hollywood outreach

CIA officials did not take appropriate steps to properly protect secret information while pushing the agency’s image out to Hollywood, its internal watchdog warned in 2012.

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CIA’s interaction with Hollywood criticized in report

The CIA’s internal watchdog has criticized the spy agency for introducing Hollywood representatives to undercover officers and allegedly being careless in talking to them about agency secrets.

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CIA reportedly granted ‘secret level’ access to ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ filmmakers

The CIA may have mishandled “briefings, interviews, visits and other support” given to the entertainment industry, says a previously classified report, now declassified and provided to Judicial Watch under a Freedom of Information Act request.

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New Obama czar will hunt ‘right-wing’ extremists

Just two weeks after it announced a plan to globalize local police departments through the “Strong Cities Network,” the Obama administration has added a new tool in its fight against “violent extremism.”

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Watchdog: DPS hush about findings of Islamic State on the border

Is the Islamic State crossing the Mexican border and coming into Texas?

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9/11 Comm. Chair “Embarrassed” That U.S. Still Keeps Most Records Secret

Fourteen years after 9/11, the U.S. government maintains a robust “stonewall of official secrecy” to hide droves of documents that would likely expose incompetence inside the nation’s intelligence agencies and deceptive relations with foreign governments. A key portion of the information that was withheld by President George W. Bush has…

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Investigation: Collusion Between Terrorists and Mexican Cartels is a Threat to U.S.

Muslim terrorists are using Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate the U.S. southern border to plan attacks on the United States from within, according to Sun City Cell, a documentary produced in collaboration between Judicial Watch and TheBlaze TV.

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Sandinista Sympathizer Supports Iran Deal

The Iran nuclear agreement has one more supporter — liberal New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. It’s just one more poorly conceived statement of support by de Blasio for liberal policies.

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‘NYC aiding and abetting criminal activity’

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton was on Fox this week debating New York City’s plan to provide official ID cards even to illegal immigrants that provide access to city services. Such a plan is rife with security and good government concerns.

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Homeland Sec: Terrorists Crossing U.S.-Mexico Border ‘Not the Thing I Most Worry About’

Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson said recently that terrorists crossing the U.S.-Mexico border is “not the thing I most worry about.” This isn’t surprising, given the department’s utter lack of seriousness when it comes to securing the border.

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Syrian group claims responsibility for hack of US Army website

The U.S. Army’s website experienced a hack yesterday by individuals affiliated with the Syrian Electronic Army, and WKRC in Cincinnati cites the contents of documents unearthed by Judicial Watch as possibly connected to the hack.

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Dabiq: ISIS Could Transport Nuke from Nigeria into U.S. Through Mexico

The American border with Mexico is once again in the news, this time because our enemies have stated they could smuggle WMDs through it.

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Convicted but Free to Roam

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports on the shocking number of detainees released by the federal government following their failure to be deported. These detainees, some violent, are being released quietly, even without their previous victims being notified.

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Judicial Watch: Muslim Rep. Ellison (D-MN) ‘Obstructs and Complains’ About War on Terror

Breitbart describes how Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison, rather than addressing the very real problems posed by the number of Muslims in his district joining terrorist groups, tries to focus attention elsewhere.

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GOP Congressman: “We Know” There Are ISIS Camps Just Across The Border In Mexico

Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon recently cited Judicial Watch’s report regarding an ISIS presence on the U.S.-Mexico border in addressing the discovery of a tunnel in Naco, Arizona. The tunnel, and the lack of enforcement on the border, highlight a security environment which terrorists can exploit.


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