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The lawmakers argue that because Snowden released over 1.5 million files -many of which weren't related to NSA's surveillance program, according to the comittie- he doesn't qualify as a whistle-blower, but as a criminal. In fact, the careful illustration of this surveillance - including the intentional bypass of the justice system, as well as its past and present political implications - just might be so horrifying that it spurs the debate Snowden hoped to ignite with his revelations.
  • Navy launches new littoral combat ship in Wisconsin

    Navy launches new littoral combat ship in Wisconsin

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    Navy's littoral combat ships are built. Names for Navy ships traditionally have been chosen and announced by the Secretary of the Navy, under the direction of the President and in accordance with rules prescribed by Congress. Now the ship is headed to the USA naval base at Guantanamo, Cuba under its own power but under propulsion restrictions before returning to Naval Station Mayport, Fla.
  • Ballarò, crolla una vecchia palazzina A volte era abitata da migranti

    Ballarò, crolla una vecchia palazzina A volte era abitata da migranti

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    Sul posto anche gli agenti della polizia municipale, intervenuti in ausilio e per chiudere le vie d'accesso alla zona "rossa". Per questo motivo i soccorritori e i vigili del fuoco stanno scavando tra le macerie per capire se davvero all'interno di questa palazzina esiste o meno la presenza di persone sotto i cumuli di detriti.
  • Trump on unarmed Clinton guards: "Let's see what happens"

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    He also blamed the whole thing on Clinton: "Hillary Clinton and her campaign of 2008 started the birther controversy ". Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump raised the threat of violence against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton again on Friday, suggesting her Secret Service guards voluntarily disarm and "see what happens to her".
  • Protesters rush stage following Ryan Lochte's 'Dancing With the Stars' performance

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    Lochte was receiving the judges' scores when two men ran up on stage wearing t-shirts with Lochte's name crossed out. Four or five women were also kicked out of the audience after shouting anti-Lochte chants. During the episode, Lochte performed to "Call Me Irresponsible". He recalled about the protest, "We just came to the stage and we said, 'Lochte is a liar.' That's the truth".
  • Ex-Haitian Senate President Says Bill Clinton Once Tried To Bribe Him

    Ex-Haitian Senate President Says Bill Clinton Once Tried To Bribe Him

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    They said that major donors are being asked to give $250,000 to be listed as a chair for the party, $100,000 to be listed a co-chair and $50,000 to be listed as a vice-chair. "For that party, I looked at the list and other than two people, all of them are people who have been annual donors to the foundation and are longtime friends of the president", Shalala said.
  • Large blast rocks Turkey's Van

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    The claim of responsibility was posted on a website close to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militant group which has been used to claim previous attacks in Turkey. Rescuers and ambulances have been sent to the scene. Police have detained four suspects over an Istanbul auto bombing that targeted a police bus yesterday (7 June), killing 11 people in the third deadly attack to strike Turkey's biggest city this year.
  • 'Ax Men' star killed in car accident

    'Ax Men' star killed in car accident

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    He was 45 years old. Rygaard's Bronco then spun into oncoming traffic hitting a third vehicle. Seven other people were injured in the wreck, though they "sustained minor injuries, were treated at the scene, and released". Rygaard was part of his family-owned business, Rygaard Logging . All nine seasons of Ax Men are available for streaming on History's web site .