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Rowan Scarborough

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FBI file disproves Trump-Alfa Bank link

Special counsel John Durham has obtained the complete FBI investigative file on the bureau’s conclusion that there was no secret internet communication channel in 2016 between then-candidate Donald Trump and Alfa Bank, a large Russian lender controlled by Kremlin-tied billionaire oligarchs. → Read More

U.N.: Taliban ally Haqqani Network often carried out Kabul attacks claimed by ISIS-K

The Islamic State-Khorasan, the Afghanistan-embedded terrorist group blamed for the Aug. 26 murders of 13 U.S. troops at the Kabul airport, has maintained a "tactical accommodation" with the Haqqani Network, which previously carried out mass killings in the capital, says a United Nations report. → Read More

Inside the Afghanistan debacle: Biden abandoned Trump’s pullout plan

President Biden's decision to bypass his military advisers and order a complete withdrawal has left tens of thousands of Americans and friendly Afghans trapped by Taliban terrorist brigades. → Read More

Cotton says Taliban ‘goons’ blocking access to airport, beating people near U.S. troop line

Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas said on Thursday that Taliban "goons" are blocking, beating and stripping documents of people trying to escape Afghanistan via the Kabul international airport, now controlled by American troops inside a strict fence line. → Read More

Biden’s first half year: Insults Americans, coddles their enemies

The Afghanistan retreat has capped a first half year for the Biden presidency that saw him and his team insult America and coddle its enemies. → Read More

Biden’s bullish take on Afghanistan steamrolled by Taliban as extremists take provincial capitals

President Biden's national security team gave the public upbeat assessments of Afghan Security Forces just weeks ago before the 300,000-strong army and police began retreating and crumbling as a Taliban offensive took half the country's 34 provincial capitals. → Read More

British spy, spooks for hire conspired to take down Trump and steal a U.S. election

The Christopher Steele dossier is the most important political document in America's modern era. → Read More

Beijing bucks keep Democrats mum on China’s abuses

Washington is a financial fantasyland. No one knows this better than the communists who run China and oversee its pools of cheap forced labor and millions of consumers. → Read More

'Gay' rape in military underreported by Pentagon

Far more military men are being raped by other men than is reported by the Pentagon because of the stigma attached to such sexual assaults, says a new study published by the American Psychological Association. → Read More

Paul Manafort - Bio, News, Photos

Latest news and commentary on Paul Manafort including photos, videos, quotations, and a biography. → Read More

Unprecedented: Mueller has 'heavy burden' to prove Russian firm's intent to defraud in 2016 election

Special counsel Robert Mueller is churning in uncharted legal waters as he tries to nail a Russian firm for bankrolling Moscow’s deceptive social media invasion into the 2016 election. → Read More

How migrants manipulate generous U.S. asylum system

A federal court of appeals ruling this month provides a peek at the U.S.'s generous asylum system that will have the effect of welcoming the impending instant mass migration from Central America. → Read More

Joaquin Castro suggests Khoshoggi on Trump hit list

A House Democrat on the intelligence committee is suggesting that the White House and top aide Jared Kushner maintained a “hit list” of dissidents for the Saudi kingdom to assassinate. → Read More

Mike Pompeo scolds ABC News for 'factually false' report he listened to Khashoggi murder tape

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is flatly denying an ABC News report that said he listened to, and read the transcript of, audio of columnist Jamal Khashoggi being murdered in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul. → Read More

Navy blocks benefits for SEAL wrongly convicted: Attorney

The Navy is balking at restoring benefits and back pay to a former Navy SEAL whose sexual assault conviction was overturned by the military's highest court due to unlawful meddling by the services' top legal officer, a defense attorney charges. → Read More

FBI official took sports tickets from journalist, lied about it to IG

A senior FBI official lied to the Justice Department inspector general about accepting free tickets from a broadcast journalist for professional sports events, but the official will not be prosecuted. → Read More

Hillary Clinton, Glenn Simpson anti-Trump conspiracy investigation deepens

Congressional Republicans are collecting evidence to show an extensive, election year, anti-Trump conspiracy between Hillary Clinton operatives such as Fusion GPS and Barack Obama appointees at the Justice Department and the FBI. → Read More

Pentagon to disclose withheld internal memo on pro-Trump analyst Adam Lovinger

The Pentagon has decided to disclose a piece of evidence it withheld from Trump-supporting analyst Adam Lovinger, who alleges his security clearance was revoked as retaliation for whistle-blowing. → Read More

False sex assault reports not as rare as reported, studies say

The assertion from forces against Brett M. Kavanaugh that false allegations of rape or attempted rape are extremely rare is rebutted by a number of studies, researchers say. → Read More

Leland Keyser tells FBI she doesn't know Kavanaugh, has 'no recollection' of party

Leland Keyser, the high school friend Christine Blasey Ford counted on to corroborate her sexual assault charges, has told the FBI she has no knowledge of the supposed 1982 party or the accused, Brett Kavanaugh. → Read More