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Attorney General Loretta Lynch and a parting shot at personal freedom

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, On Jan. 3, outgoing Attorney General Loretta Lynch secretly signed an order directing the National Security Agency — America’s 60,000-person-strong domestic spying apparatus — to make available raw spying data to all other federal intelligence agencies, which then can pass it on to their counterparts in foreign countries and in the

Suspected cop-killer on the loose wanted to be on ‘America’s Most Wanted’

The wanted murder suspect who led Orlando police on a frantic manhunt Tuesday after a shooting that killed an officer once apparently posted on Facebook that he wanted his face on one of America’s most popular crime shows. “Goals!!!! To be on Americas most wanted,” a November 2016 post on Markeith Loyd’s page read. A

At least four dead in Palestinian truck attack in Jerusalem

A Palestinian rammed his truck into a group of Israeli soldiers on a popular promenade in Jerusalem on Sunday, killing four of them in an attack that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said is likely to have been inspired by Islamic State. It was the deadliest Palestinian attack in Jerusalem in months and targeted officer cadets

U.S. official in Mexico shot in chest, in stable condition

A U.S. consular official in the Mexican city of Guadalajara was shot by a gunman but was in stable condition, Mexican authorities said on Saturday, prompting the FBI to offer a reward for information. The victim was attacked on Friday evening in Mexico’s second largest city, in the often violent western state of Jalisco, according

Shooting suspect made confused visit to FBI, US intelligence forced him to watch ISIS videos

Estaban Santiago, the 26-year-old airline passenger accused of shooting up a baggage claim area at the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood airport Friday, leaving five dead and eight injured, visited the FBI Anchorage field office and told officers he was being forced to watch ISIS videos, law enforcement sources told Fox News. The visit took place last November.

Several Dead in Ft. Lauderdale airport shooting #FLL

A shooter wearing a Star Wars T-shirt opened fire at a baggage carousel at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Friday, killing at least five people before being taken into custody, officials and witnesses said. Five people died and eight more were wounded in the incident, the local sheriff’s office said. The shooter, who said nothing,

Blue Lives Lost: Dramatic rise in police officers gunned down in line of duty in 2016

In Baton Rouge, little 9-month-old Mason Jackson sees his father’s face every day, all the time – in photographs. His mother makes sure of that, makes sure he feels his father’s presence. His mother tells him what a selfless, caring man his daddy, Montrell Jackson, was, and how much he wanted a child – they

Iran conducts ‘war-game’ exercises, threatens to shoot down trespassing aircraft

Iran has kicked off a five-day large scale military exercise in the country’s southern region warning that civilian and military aircraft risk being shot down if they stray into Iranian airspace occupied by the drill. The exercises, codenamed Modafe’an-e Aseman-e Velayat 7 or Defenders of Velayat Skies 7, include air defense drills and various missile,

Seven dead, 27 injured in Christmas shootings in Chicago

Seven people were fatally shot in several incidents and 27 more injured by gunfire in Chicago during a 48-hour period including Christmas Day, police said. The shootings were part of a large increase in gun-related homicides in Chicago during 2016. The rise in violence is largely attributed to gang violence. Officer Jose Estrada, spokesman for

Bergdahl bears some responsibility for risky missions to find him, judge says

A judge on Friday suggested the military would not let Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl off easy for walking off his post in Afghanistan, saying the soldier indeed bore some responsibility for the risky missions to find him. Still, the judge, Army Col. Jeffery Nance, ultimately ruled at a pretrial hearing that prosecutors could not use evidence of soldiers’