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Senior defense officials suppressed a study documenting $125 billion worth of administrative waste at the Pentagon out of fears that Congress would use its findings to cut the defense budget, the Washington
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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel used personal email accounts and a personal email domain to communicate with government officials and political figures, according to a published report based on hacked emails
As the future veers toward artificial intelligence, robotics, and biometric security measures ripped straight from a Sci-Fi novel, you might be amused to know plastic sunglasses are the key to their undoing.
The patient was seriously burned, so you're not allowed to laugh. Here's a horrifying story just in time for Halloween: In Tokyo, a patient farted during surgery, which ignited a fire that led to burns
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FBI documents suggest 'quid pro quo' offer from State Department to FBI over classification of Clinton emails
The undersecretary of state, Patrick Kennedy, asked for assistance in changing the classification of an email that the FBI had marked classified, according to an individual whose name was redacted in fourth
Nico Rosberg is constantly fiddling with the dials and buttons on his steering wheel as he nabs pole position at Baku. Mercedes-AMG driver Nico Rosberg saw more than 215 mph as he nabbed pole position