The FBI has found no evidence that Roger Stone, Alex Jones or any prominent supporters of president Trump were involved in the infiltration of the US Capitol building on January 6, according to law enforcement sources.
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FBI Clears Roger Stone, Alex Jones Of Capitol Storming Involvement
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FBI Clears Roger Stone, Alex Jones Of Capitol Storming Involvement
The FBI has found no evidence that Roger Stone, Alex Jones or any prominent supporters of president Trump were involved in the infiltration of the US Capitol building on January 6, according to law enforcement sources.
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GOP Lawmakers Call on Biden To Resign in Wake of Afghan Debacle
GOP Lawmakers Call on Biden To Resign in Wake of Afghan Debacle
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Republican lawmakers are calling for President Joe Biden to resign, citing the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan as evidence he is not fit to lead the United States.
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Is the US Ambassador to the UN Serious About This Statement to Taliban?
Is the US Ambassador to the UN Serious About This Statement to Taliban?
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Even a casual observer of the United Nations knows the international body is a joke. So U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield boasting about her sternly-worded letter to the Taliban—yes, Islamic jihadists—can’t possibly come as a surprise, can it?
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Afghanistan's Taliban takeover was predictable. How did Biden miss the red flags?
Afghanistan's Taliban takeover was predictable. How did Biden miss the red flags?
On July 8, President Joe Biden assured the American people that it was “highly unlikely” the Taliban would take control of Afghanistan. That is exactly what happened five weeks later. And the catastrophic scenes in Kabul this week beg the obvious questions: How did the Biden administration get this so wrong? Why is the president now facing his own Saigon moment?
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Twitter Says Taliban Spokesman Will be Allowed Account, Keeps Trump Banned
Twitter Says Taliban Spokesman Will be Allowed Account, Keeps Trump Banned
Twitter has decided that it will not be prohibiting the Taliban from using its platform, breaking ranks with Facebook, TikTok, and other tech companies who have decided to ban the terror group. 
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