Intelligence director says budget cuts could be ‘insidious’ for national security -
“This is . . . a big deal to me,” Clapper said. “It is a uniform conviction across the leadership of the intelligence community that the most important resource we have is our people. So I’m going to try to do all I can — all of us are — to protect our people. If we have to furlough, then minimize the damage and the impact of doing that. All that hasn’t been worked out.”
New Fatwa permits rape of non-Sunni women in Syria
Terrorist Has Cooperated With U.S. Since Secret Guilty Plea in 2011, Papers Show -
The case of Ahmed Abdulkadir Warsame, who was interrogated for months without a lawyer, has been seen as a test of the Obama administration’s counterterrorism tactics.
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Ex-Schools Chief in Atlanta Is Indicted in Testing Scandal -
A third-grade teacher’s 2010 choice to aid a state investigator helped lead to the indictment Friday of a former superintendent and 34 others in a vast alleged cheating scheme.
TALLAHASSEE: Ex-RPOF chairman Jim Greer faces sentencing hearing - Florida - MiamiHerald.com
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg eyes political push on immigration - Michelle Quinn and Anna Palmer - POLITICO.com
Russian Oligarch and Critic of Putin Dies in Britain -
Once a close ally of Boris N. Yeltsin who helped install Vladimir V. Putin as president, Boris A. Berezovsky later exiled himself to Britain after a bitter falling-out with the Kremlin.