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In the Intel world these are known as "stay behinds", people in low enough positions to not be high profile, but also close enough to what is going on.
Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor -
The ghost of Donald Trump will cast a long shadow over American politics
As a top priority, Vice President Harris should put her lawyer hat on once again and lead, together with Congress, a reform of the FBI legal standards on terrorism.
Many veterans find themselves unsure what to do with their lives after service, which can be frustrating and challenging to adapt to civilian life.
Host Dan Yaseen chats up with David Swanson.
Acting AG Rosen had refused to give in to the demand, telling Trump that launching such probes required evidence of election fraud which did not exist.
DeVos was terrible at her job and knew nothing about public schools. That was exactly what the far right wanted.
Trump's last few months in office brought thousands more US troops to Syria in a full scale war to restore the ISIS caliphate, now clearly controlled by Israel and Saudi Arabia
Coronavirus: Joe Biden to sign executive actions aimed at ending pandemic as Trump’s vaccine program found to be fakeCarol Duff -
Biden administration’s new strategy is based around seven major goals, including restoring public trust in government efforts
Some of today’s actions erase dozens of Trump orders, placing them in a “class” of dictatorial abuses and erasing them in one fell swoop…
40 ISIS leaders were pardoned by Trump, and were released to an American column that approached Ghweran Prison this morning.
Breaking, as Trump Flees: Pelosi implies Trump, Members of House and Senate Likely to be Tried for Accessory to MurderGP -
Trump may well withstand impeachment if 17 GOP senators fail to act but impeachment has no penalty clause and the Senate may choose to ban Trump from holding further office.
Jeanne Carmen was one of the last great Hollywood broads, a certified member of the Rat Pack – dating Sinatra on and off for decades, and was a dangerously close friend of Marilyn Monroe.
Legal experts say those pardon’s won’t stand.
Trump is the first president to fail to crack a 50 percent approval rating at any point since Gallup began measuring presidential job approval in 1938.
If Trump flees abroad after losing a close, viciously contested election. Hunkered down in a foreign country willing to provide sanctuary, he could conceivably style himself a 'president in exile' and incite his die-hard American followers.