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Everyone Has A Perfect Dream Job—Here’s Yours

Everyone Has A Perfect Dream Job—Here's Yours You got: Podcast host You should host your own podcast! Yes, there are already a BAJILLION podcasts, but you've got a unique idea, an interesting perspective, and love to talk—all of which will combine to create a great podcast that you'll love making every week. And you're not…

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Fox News’ James Rosen Reportedly Left Network Over Sexual Harassment Claims

James Rosen, Fox News' former chief Washington correspondent, left the network suddenly in December amid increased scrutiny over allegations that he sexually harassed three coworkers, National Public Radio reported Wednesday. Rosen was a pillar of Fox News' Washington DC and national security coverage, at one point becoming the target of a leak investigation by the…

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Mr. Trump, DOJ is not your personal justice department

Attacks on the rule of law are more befitting a wannabe dictator than the president of a free country: Our view Attorney General Jeff Sessions' TV image is reflected in President Trump's portrait at the Justice Department on Dec. 15, 2017. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images) The independence of the Justice Department is so important to…

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JFK files: KGB had ‘trusted relationship’ with longtime Warren Commission critic Mark Lane

CLOSE The National Archives have released more than 35,500 records on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The once-classified records have fascinated researchers and fueled conspiracy theorists for decades. USA TODAY Mark Lane was once the lawyer for Marguerite Oswald, the mother of acknowledged Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. (Photo: NONE, Police Department, City…

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FBI Task Force to Expose Russian Social Media Manipulation

The FBI plans to alert U.S. companies and the public about efforts by Russia or other nations to use disinformation and social media manipulation to interfere in upcoming elections, while being careful not to upset free speech and constitutional rights, a top law enforcement official said. The direction that the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “foreign…

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