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(Undated) -- Former employees of Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata are making some disturbing claims. Two former workers told "The New York Times" that the company knew about its defective airbags ten years ago after a driver in Alabama was injured from metal debris. The...
(Washington, DC) -- White House spokesman Josh Earnest says no decision has been made yet on who will replace outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder. This, after several media outlets reported today that President Obama is planning to nominate Loretta Lynch to replace Holder...
(Washington, DC) -- National Security Adviser Susan Rice insists that the U.S. is not involved in any military cooperation with Iran over ISIS. In a White House briefing, Rice also refused to confirm reports that President Obama recently sent a secret letter to Iran's leader,...
(Undated) -- In an effort to not offend, the Army is removing the outdated word "negro" from its regulation governing command policies and responsibilities. It was in a section of "Army Command Policy" about how to describe black or African-American troops. The Army said in a...
(Dallas, TX) -- Dallas might be declared Ebola-free by this evening. State and local health officials plan to release the last Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas worker under quarantine for coming into contact with Ebola-infected material tonight. Dallas County Judge Clay...
(Washington, DC) -- Navy SEAL commanders are criticizing a former-SEAL who has publicly admitted to shooting and killing Osama bin Laden. Former Navy Seal Robert O'Neill says he's the one who fired the shot that killed Osama bin Laden. O'Neill spoke in detail about the 2011 raid...
(New York, NY) -- The New York City policeman hit in the head with a hatchet on a Queens street is expected to leave a Long Island rehabilitation center today. Officer Kenneth Healey was critically injured last month in what police have called a lone wolf terrorist attack. The...
(Undated) -- The Pentagon now admits more than 600 soldiers reported being exposed to chemical weapons in Iraq. The "New York Times" says an internal review of records ordered by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel uncovered a far greater problem than the Pentagon originally...
(Undated) -- Those two Google barges that appeared mysteriously last year are now headed for the scrap heap. Documents show the Coast Guard had warned the tech company on multiple occasions that the vessels it planned to use as floating showrooms posed a fire hazard. The Google...