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White House Confirms Where Obama Will Spend Christmas… And Here’s How Much It’ll Cost Taxpayers

President Obama and the rest of the First Family are set to spend their 2015 Christmas vacation in Hawaii.

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Exclusive–DHS Whistleblower Philip Haney: P.C. Killed Investigation That Might Have Stopped San Bernardino Attack

Department of Homeland Security whistleblower Philip Haney gave an extensive interview to Breitbart News Daily on Friday morning, in which he discussed an investigation that might have stopped the San Bernardino jihad attack… but was scuttled by Homeland Security brass for politically-correct reasons.

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State Department belatedly finds 1,300 emails on Anwar Al-Awlaki

The State Department has belatedly discovered about 1,300 emails relating to deceased Islamic cleric Anwar Al-Awlaki in official accounts belonging to top aides to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, more than four years after a conservative group requested all such records, a new court filing reports.

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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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‘Spinning Up as We Speak’

Judicial Watch is out with a revealing new email in its continuing Benghazi investigation. On Sept. 11, 2012, the date of the attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other men, Pentagon deputy chief of staff Jeremy Bash wrote State Department leaders

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New email splits Benghazi Committee

Republicans and Democrats are sparring over a newly released email that Democrats say disproves a conservative myth about the 2012 attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

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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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Released Email Deepens Mystery Over Fate of Special Forces During Benghazi Attacks

The email may prompt further investigation into decisions made during and immediately after the attack. In particular, the possibility of deploying highly trained Special Forces stationed just a few hours away from Benghazi. Ultimately, those forces were not sent.

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Clinton Email Highlights Cozy Relationship With Lobbyist

Hillary Clinton added a lobbyist to her “call list” after he told her he had “great news” from a top Clinton Foundation donor, according to an email obtained by watchdog group Judicial Watch.

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Emails show Clinton’s post-Benghazi approach to radical Islam

Emails made public Thursday shed new light on the careful approach Hillary Clinton and her staff took toward discussing Islamic extremism in the days after the 2012 Benghazi attack.

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Hillary Clinton Slept In, Missed Benghazi Briefing Days After Attack

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slept in instead of getting an important intelligence briefing just days after the Benghazi terrorist attack.

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New Emails Show Hillary Slept Through Meeting Day After Benghazi Attacks

Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slept in on Saturday following the Benghazi, Libya attacks, missing a staff meeting that was being set up about intelligence issues and the Presidential Daily Brief, according to a new batch of her emails released Thursday by conservative watchdogs Judicial Watch.

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Donald Trump, the Kevlar candidate — invincible despite hostile media

Even the pollsters now wonder if Republican front-runner Donald Trump is made of Kevlar, Teflon or maybe tempered steel.

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Taxpayers Foot Bill for Boehner’s Post-Speaker Office

The former House speaker, whose resignation from Congress became effective over the weekend, is taking advantage of little-known perks and privileges taxpayers provide by law to those vacating the chamber’s highest office.

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Family of American Killed in Benghazi Awaits Promised Funds

Family members of Glen Doherty, a C.I.A. contractor and a former Navy SEAL who was among four Americans killed in the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, said they felt a sense of closure when they were told last December that the agency had finally agreed to pay Mr. Doherty’s death benefits.

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Rep. Blackburn: Office Of Refugee Resettlement Not Being Honest Or Truthful

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) tells Breitbart News that the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) is “not being truthful, honest and transparent.”

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Supreme Court Digs Into Redistricting

Evenwel, therefore, pits federalism against the right to vote—a right Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton told Bloomberg BNA protects all the other rights we have.

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With Legal Aid, Immigrant Advocates Turn Focus to Citizenship

With anti-immigrant sentiment soaring among Republican presidential candidates, and immigration reform stalled in Congress and the courts, New York advocacy groups, with the support of the Obama administration, are redoubling their efforts in one area they can control: citizenship. They are pushing to convert as many of the country’s 8.8 million green card holders

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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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Clinton Foundation Running Private Equity Fund in Colombia

The Clinton Foundation is operating a $20 million private equity firm in Colombia, raising concerns from government and consumer watchdog groups who say the practice is unusual and could pose a significant conflict of interest.