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House Republicans are facing heavy pressure from both sides of the immigration debate as they return to their home districts for August recess with no clear indication as to how they’ll vote on the issue.
To keep up with suspects who communicate in ways that cannot be wiretapped, sources reportedly say the FBI has programs that can remotely activate the microphones in phones running on Google’s Android software to record conversations.
The Al Qaeda threat that prompted the State Department to issue a worldwide travel alert and close down 21 embassies and consulates for the weekend is ‘very specific,’ Rep. Peter King says.
Top Republican lawmaker Rep. Darrell Issa subpoenaed the Treasury Department on Friday for documents pertaining to the IRS targeting scandal, after accusing the head of the tax-collection agency of obstructing congressional investigations.
State Department issues worldwide travel alert to U.S. citizens over terror threat and closes U.S. embassies in Muslim countries Sunday, prompting criticism that the administration has weakened the ability to defend diplomats.
Despite the White House labeling Benghazi a ‘phony scandal,’ government forces CIA personnel to sign non-disclosure agreements in effort to keep details from going public.
The US will temporarily shut down its embassies and consulates around the world Sunday, including those in Baghdad, Iraq, pictured, Afghanistan and Egypt amid unspecified terror-attack fears.