Libya Closes its Southern Borders

By William Tucker In an attempt to stem the flow of people illegally transiting Libyan territory and the rather robust black market activities, the Parliament in Tripoli has ordered the borders with Sudan, Chad, Niger, and Algeria to be temporarily closed. Furthermore, the southern regions of Ghadames, Ghat, Obari, Al-Shati, Sebha, Murzuq and Kufra would be "considered as closed military zones to be ruled under emergency law."
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Judge in 9/11 trial OKs audio delays, censor at Guantanamo

The chief of the Guantanamo war court has approved the use of a time delay on public viewing of the Sept. 11 death-penalty trial as well as a censor in his court to make sure nobody divulges details of a now defunct CIA interrogation program, citing na...
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Congressman-elect Scott Perry to serve on Homeland Security, other committees

YORK, Pa. -- Scott Perry, who was recently elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, now knows what committees he'll serve on once he takes office in January: Foreign Affairs; Homeland Security; and Transportation and Infrastructure. "You're trying...
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The Latest North Korean Rocket Launch

By William Tucker North Korea launched another long range UNHA-3 rocket Wednesday, but unlike previous attempts this launch was actually successful. The same cannot be said for the satellite that was put in orbit. According to several reports, the satellite is in an erratic orbit. Shortly after the launch the international condemnation rained down without so much as an acknowledgement from Pyongyang. They done this before and they’ll do it again.
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