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US government repeatedly misled Americans on war in Afghanistan as top officials vented in private, report says

The U.S. government’s claims of progress in the war in Afghanistan over the last 18 years came as top officials in private were venting that it was a costly waste of time, according to a report published Monday. The Washington Post obtained and published a massive trove of confidential government documents which it says were part of a federal project aimed ...

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Russia banned from Tokyo Olympics, other major sports events for 4 years

The Russian flag and national anthem were banned from next year’s Tokyo Olympics and other major sports events for four years on Monday. Russia also risks being stripped of its hosting duties for world championships in Olympic sports after the World Anti-Doping Agency executive committee approved a full slate of recommended sanctions as punishment for state authorities tampering with a Moscow ...

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New York City ISIS supporter seen as 'ticking time bomb' gets decades in prison

A U.S. citizen who kept an Islamic State flag and a cache of weapons in his New York City apartment was sentenced Friday to 22 years in prison after pleading guilty to providing material support to the terrorist group, the Justice Department announced. Sajmir Alimehmeti, a 26-year-old Albanian turned U.S. citizen, was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge Paul A. Engelmayer, who ...

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College Football Playoff seeding announced: LSU vs. Oklahoma and Ohio State vs. Clemson

When determining this year’s playoff field — LSU, Oklahoma, Ohio State, and Clemson were all locked as the teams set to reach the College Football Playoff (CFP). The only question remaining for selection committee members was what the seeding would be. Ohio State entered Saturday as the No 1 seed. However, LSU’s beatdown of the No.4 ranked Georgia Bulldogs in the SEC championship game ...

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'SNL' takes on Trump vs. 'two-faced' NATO allies in star-packed cold open

French President Emmanuel Macron, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson were bullies who wouldn’t let President Trump sit with them in the NATO cafeteria in this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” cold open, dubbed “Fast Times at the NATO Cafeteria.” The world leaders, played by Paul Rudd, Jimmy Fallon and James Corden, reenacted the hot mic moment ...

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Shooting near Mexican president's residence leaves 4 dead

MEXICO CITY — Four people were shot to death in the Mexican capital Saturday, just steps from an entrance to the official residence of the president, authorities said. Officials said a man entered an apartment building near the National Palace seeking to urinate in the courtyard and was confronted by residents. He pulled out a gun and began shooting, hitting ...

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Rep. Waltz on NAS Pensacola shooting: 'We need to get to the bottom of why'

Rep. Michael Waltz on the Pensacola shooting Florida Rep. Michael Waltz called for answers after a Saudi national in a U.S. Navy training program for foreign military personnel shot and killed three on Friday at a Naval Airbase in Pensacola, Florida. On Saturday former Green Beret commander Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla., called for answers after Saudi national Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani infiltrated a ...

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