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2 Wasserman Schultz IT aides indicted for conspiracy against U.S.

2 Wasserman Schultz IT aides indicted for conspiracy against U.S. By Luke Rosiak Reprinted with permission of the Daily Caller News Foundation A federal grand jury Thursday indicted two former information technology (IT) aides of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz — Pakistani-born Imran Awan and his wife Hina Alvi — on four counts of conspiracy […] …

This day in WND history: Muslim Mafia gets VIP airport security tour

CAIR gets VIP airport security tour Aug. 18, 2006: The Department of Homeland Security took a Muslim group with known past ties to terror organizations on a VIP tour of security operations at the nation’s busiest airport at the same time British authorities were working to break up a plot to blow up U.S. airlines. During the airport […] …

Congressman: WikiLeaks’ Assange ‘has info of dramatic importance to U.S.’

WASHINGTON – Julian Assange has met with a U.S. lawmaker, who says the WikiLeaks founder is seeking a pardon in exchange for “information that will be of dramatic importance to the United States” concerning the source of the 2016 Democratic National Committee email leak during the 2016 presidential election. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., said Assange asked […] …

Barcelona terror: 13 dead as van rams pedestrians

A van plowed into pedestrians in a busy tourist area of Barcelona, killing at least 13 people and injuring dozens. Police are now calling it a terrorist attack. Soon after the attack Thursday near the famous, tree-lined Las Ramblas promenade, two armed men were holed up in a nearby Turkish restaurant in the Spanish coastal city’s […] …

Children who survived horrific bus crash ready to go home

Three Tanzanian schoolchildren who were injured in a horrific bus crash that killed 32 of their classmates in May are healed and ready to return home. The three, Sadia, 13; Doreen, 13; and Wilson, 12, were rescued by members of the evangelical group Siouxland Tanzania Education Medical Ministries, or STEMM, who were working on a project in […] …

5-star reviews for Farah’s ‘most controversial book ever’

WASHINGTON – When Joseph Farah, the man who started the first independent online news agency and wrote mega-bestselling books in collaboration with others, determined to write what he called his “most controversial book ever” on the subject of the Coming Kingdom of God on Earth, he wasn’t expecting rave reviews. But that’s exactly what he […] …

Leftist violence goes mainstream in America

WASHINGTON – Leftists claim they are fighting hate and violence, and they cite the deadly protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, as a prime example. But the evidence indicates the left is actually spreading hate and violence. Those are the conclusions of writers for two prominent left-leaning news outlets, the BBC and the Atlantic. Their articles describe […] …

Israel’s U.N. ambassador protests ‘anti-Semitic’ museum

WASHINGTON – Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations says the head of New York City’s Queens Museum is anti-Semitic and is demanding she be fired for her involvement in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanction movement against Israel. And for her decision to renege on an agreement for an event to honor the 1947 United Nations […] …

Australia forcing priests to reveal confessions?

WASHINGTON – Legislation has been proposed in Australia to limit the religious freedom of Roman Catholic priests under the guise of seeking out sexual predators. Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse released 85 recommendations on Aug. 14 for “reforming the Australian criminal justice system in order to provide a fairer response to […] …