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1. Obama authorizes limited airstrikes and humanitarian airdrops in northern Iraq
It is time residents of Southern Arizona has a representative, who is more concerned of her position, than all of her constituent’s.
1. Israel steps up its Gaza offensive as death toll rises
On Saturday, my family and I were out doing some shopping and running some errands. During this trip, something that I’ve often got annoyed at kept coming up, but in a day where we had extra errands and things to purchase, I found it incredibly annoying.
1. Obama aides defend deal to free Bergdahl
1. House leaders stand up for Shinseki
1. VA watchdog report sparks outrage
1. House approves sharp limits on NSA surveillance
1. The Post and The Guardian win a Pulitzer for Snowden stories
1. Earthquake rocks Chile and sets off tsunami
1. Obama will reportedly push to end NSA bulk phone surveillance
1. Experts see no signs of terrorism in Malaysian plane mystery
1. Search fails to explain disappearance of Malaysian airliner
Both The New Times and the London Guardian have urged President Obama to grant clemency to Edward Snowden because he has opened the eyes of the world to what the NSA has been doing for years. That is not to say other countries haven’t been doing the same thing.
1. Arctic blast paralyzes Atlanta
1. Republicans and Democrats strike a farm bill deal
1. Syria says women and children can leave Homs
CNN) -- The National Security Agency program that collects data on nearly every U.S. phone call isn't legal, a privacy review board said Thursday in a newly released report.
Both The New Times and the London Guardian have urged President Obama to grant clemency to Edward Snowden because he has opened the eyes of the world to what the NSA has been doing for years. That is not to say other countries haven't been doing the same thing.
1. Obama orders changes to NSA data collection
1. Snowden says his mission is accomplished