COUNTER-TERRORISM: The Iranian Frenemy - Strategy Page The 2011 raid in Pakistan that killed Osama bin Laden also captured lots of documents that shed some light on what happened to al Qaeda after... 10/1/2015 - 5:54 am | View Link
Whistleblowers pay price for revealing sensitive material - Kentucky.com ... briefly removing classified documents ... in 2011 after revealing classified information about the Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden ... 09/29/2015 - 3:07 pm | View Link
America's Secret Army Is Deployed in an Astounding 135 Countries - AlterNet.org ... of course, after some of its members killed Osama bin Laden on a raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in 2011 ... training efforts. Documents ... 09/28/2015 - 6:42 am | View Link
Obama Frees 20th 9/11 Hijacker - Frontpagemag.com The Obama administration quietly shipped Osama bin Laden's bodyguard back ... to Justice Department documents. ... offer and instead conducted ... 09/27/2015 - 1:12 pm | View Link
France launches air strikes against IS in Syria - Manorama Online Modi touts social media, tech development in Facebook visit - Chicago Daily Herald 09/27/2015 - 4:25 am | View Link
Iran Worked with Al Qaeda, Docs from Raid on Bin Laden Compound Show Stephen Hayes and Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard are calling on the Obama Administration to release long-suppressed documents from the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound, which illustrate collusion between the government of Iran and al-Qaeda ... 07/31/2015 - 1:32 pm | View Link
Documents Show Bin Laden Fixated on Attacking America The release came shortly after journalist Seymour Hersh alleged that Washington's official account of the hunt for Bin Laden and the raid that led to his death was a lie. But CIA spokesman Ryan Trapani said the declassification had been planned for at ... 05/20/2015 - 10:41 am | View Link
U.S. Releases Documents From 2011 Osama Bin Laden Raid U.S. intelligence officials Wednesday released a collection of documents seized during the 2011 raid that killed Osama bin Laden. MELISSA BLOCK, HOST: They are calling it bin Laden's bookshelf. U.S. intelligence officials made public today hundreds of ... 05/20/2015 - 9:37 am | View Link
US declassifies documents recovered in Bin Laden raid WASHINGTON: United States intelligence officials on Wednesday released documents they said were recovered during the 2011 raid on a compound in Pakistan where US forces killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. The declassified documents shed new light on ... 05/20/2015 - 7:00 am | View Link
Trove of Bin Laden documents released U.S. intelligence officials on Wednesday released a trove of documents recovered during the 2011 raid on Usama bin Laden's compound -- offering a rare window into the operations of Al Qaeda and bin Laden's involvement in leading the network from his ... 05/20/2015 - 3:56 am | View Link
Judicial Watch Obtains DOD and CIA Records Detailing ... Judicial Watch • Judicial Watch Obtains DOD and CIA Records Detailing Meetings with bin Laden Raid Filmmakers 10/2/2015 - 4:54 am | View Website
Bin Laden Raid Documents: Iran Worked with Al Qaeda Stephen Hayes and Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard are calling on the Obama Administration to release long-suppressed documents from the raid on Osama bin Laden ... 07/31/2015 - 8:28 pm | View Website
Trove of Bin Laden documents released | Fox News U.S. intelligence officials have released a trove of documents recovered during the 2011 raid on Usama bin Laden's Pakistan compound. 05/20/2015 - 10:55 am | View Website
found during the raid on Pakistan that killed bin Laden US intelligence officials have released more than 100 letters and documents found during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in 2011, revealing the al-Qaida leader ... 05/20/2015 - 10:48 am | View Website
Bin Laden Raid Documents Disclose Terror Plots Aimed at U ... The U.S. released a trove of documents seized when special forces stormed Osama bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan in 2011 that include references to unfulfilled plots ... 05/20/2015 - 9:58 am | View Website
BERLIN — Germany marked a quarter-century as a reunited nation on Saturday, with two leaders from the formerly communist east heading a country that increasingly asserts itself as Europe’s political heavyweight — and now faces a new challenge in a refugee influx that will demand deep reserves of resourcefulness and patience.
 “things worked out well — so many people pitched in, showed verve, began to learn new jobs,” Chancellor Angela Merkel, who grew up in the east and entered politics as communism fell, said in a video message ahead of the anniversary.
Since reunification, some 1.5 trillion to 2 trillion euros (up to $2.2 trillion) have been funneled into the east to help modernize the region after its outmoded industry collapsed.
Detroit running back Joique Bell has been ruled out of the Lions' game Monday night at Seattle because of an ankle injury.
Bell managed only 6 yards on 10 carries last weekend in a home loss to Denver, and rookie Ameer Abdullah has looked like more of a threat with the ball all season.
The Lions also ruled out tight end Brandon Pettigrew (hamstring), and listed linebacker DeAndre Levy (hip) as doubtful.
Defensive end Ziggy Ansah (groin) and guard Larry Warford (ankle) are questionable.
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As a heavy underdog playing against a national title contender, Purdue could hardly ask for more than a chance to win on its final offensive drive.
Blough threw incomplete near midfield with about a minute remaining, and Purdue lost 24-21 at No. 2 Michigan State on Saturday.
Michigan State's Connor Cook went 13 of 19 for 139 yards and a touchdown, and he became the school's career leader with his 28th victory as the starting quarterback.
LJ Scott opened the scoring with an 18-yard touchdown run, breaking free when Purdue safety Leroy Clark tried to grab his leg.
A new lawsuit alleges officials at Starkey Hearing Technologies were fired last month in retaliation after the stepson of the company's chief executive wasn't promoted.
The lawsuit filed Friday alleges breach of trust, defamation of character and spying.
In the industry, Ruzicka and Guggenberger are largely credited with helping build Starkey's hearing aid business to a company with $800 million in annual revenue.
 the lawsuit said Austin marginalized Ruzicka after Austin's stepson, sales and marketing senior vice president Brandon Sawalich, wasn't promoted.
The complaint said that once Ruzicka believed his employment contract wasn't going to be renewed, he made plans to leave Starkey and start his own company.