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The National Security Agency is defending its tracking of foreign cellphones overseas. It says the practice is legal under a U.S. presidential order governing all U.S. government spying. The agency said Friday it isn't tracking every foreign phone
Newly released emails show officials designing the main ObamaCare exchange knew as early as August that the website catering to small businesses might have to be delayed -- though the administration did not announce the delay until shortly before the
Bloomfield Life A former New Jersey priest convicted in the early 1980s of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old boy is facing additional charges in Missouri. Gerry Howard, who legally changed his name from Carmine Sita after that incident, is requesting
The report documents regulations for 2014 from Obamacare, the EPA , Department of Energy , and others, revealing a regulatory system on autopilot that covers everything from calorie postings in vending machines to efficiency standards for portable
With the draw for the 2014 World Cup on Friday, the world's eyes are on Brazil as never before. And for the country's first female president, the challenge is huge: can she oversee a successful tournament while at the same time keeping a 200-million
Lawyer Bernard Collaery says he has correspondence to back his assertion. Australia's intelligence watchdog can find no records of a former spy raising concerns about the alleged bugging of East Timor during oil and sea gas negotiations in 2004...Mr
Security has been boosted for Madagascar's two presidential candidates ahead of the run-off election on December 20. In Summary This follows rumours that some individuals were planning to kill the candidates. Security has been boosted for Madagascar'
In Summary Dr Mutunga spoke on Friday at the Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi during a prayer meeting for the Judiciary He added that the Judiciary was designing a comprehensive anti-corruption strategy advertisement Chief Justice Willy Mutunga has
In Summary Public Accounts Committee chairman Ababu Namwamba said the committee will be joined by auditor-general officials The committee has directed the auditor-general to conduct investigations on the tendering for purchase of electoral materials
Killam, Alta., in February 2012. (Facebook) A Camrose judge has ruled there is enough evidence for Sawyer Robison, the man accused of shooting and wounding two Mounties in a rural Alberta stand-off, to stand trial for two counts of attempted murder.