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  • Sony's Surrender Will Strengthen Hackers, Experts Say

    Sony’s shock decision to scrap the Dec. 25 release of its controversial movie “The Interview” will strengthen hackers, experts warn, fueling debilitating cyberattacks on other high-profile firms.

  • CIA Chief Challenges Senate Torture Report

    CIA Director John Brennan threaded a rhetorical needle in an unprecedented televised news conference at CIA headquarters Thursday, acknowledging that agency officers did "abhorrent" things to detainees but defending the overall post-9/11 interrogation program for stopping attacks and saving lives.

  • Clinton Says America Should 'Empathize' With Its Enemies

    Hillary Clinton is taking heat for saying America should “empathize” and show “respect” for its enemies. The former secretary of State, who is considered a likely 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, made the remarks during a speech Wednesday at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

  • GOP Leaders Vow to Fight Obama Immigration Action

    Republican lawmakers reacted with swift condemnation to President Obama’s announcement that he plans to grant “deferred action” status to two groups of illegal immigrants, though Democratic leaders praised the president for his move.

  • ObamaCare Architect Mouths Off Again, As Videos Cause Problems for Dems

    The mouth that won't stop giving -- and that has Democrats and the Obama administration cringing -- has been caught shooting off yet again on video, this time bragging how the Massachusetts health care system he helped design worked by ripping off millions of dollars from the federal government.

  • Latest Gitmo Transfer Raises Concerns About Ever-Riskier Releases to Close Camp

    As Americans focused on election results this week, the Obama administration quietly transferred Guantanamo detainee Fourzi Khalid Abdullah Al Awda to Kuwait, where he was reunited with his mother.

  • Sources: Former Gitmo Detainees Suspected of Joining ISIS

    As many as 20 to 30 former Guantanamo Bay detainees -- some of whom were released within the last three years -- are suspected by intelligence and Defense officials of having joined forces with the Islamic State and other militant groups inside Syria, Fox News has learned.

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