Misleading AP Story On Iran Deal Draws Fierce Critique

Soon after publication of exclusive report, questions began to circulate about its accuracy and aim.

An Associated Press exclusive report on the Iran nuclear program, published to much hoopla on Wednesday afternoon, appears to have been at best unintentionally misleading and at worst knowingly inaccurate, according to analyses of the reporting on Thursday. "Iran will be allowed to use its own inspectors to investigate a site it has been accused

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Timeline: Who Was Really Behind The Syrian Sarin Attacks?

Following the Hersh report, MintPress created a timeline of Hersh’s information juxtaposed with the White House’s statements.

Ghouta Syria Feature photo

In light of Seymour Hersh's report in the London Review of Books entitled ‘Whose Sarin?’ published last Sunday, MintPress has created a timeline and review of Hersh's information juxtaposed with the other media reports, including our own, as well as White House statements that have reported al-Nusra Front rebels as possible suspects in the August

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AP US History Textbook Incorrectly Describes Bill Of Rights

Parents of students at a Texas high school first found the inconsistencies in a textbook’s characterization of the Second Amendment.

An advanced placement (AP) U.S. history class textbook that has been used for the past 10 years by some high schools has come under fire recently for its inaccurate description of the Bill of Rights. While the controversy over the book’s accuracy began with the Second Amendment, many have since pointed out that several other amendments in the Bill

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US Officials Contradict Obama, Say It’s Unclear Who Committed Chemical Attack

The intelligence linking Syrian President Bashar Assad or his inner circle to an alleged chemical weapons attack is no “slam dunk,” officials say.

WASHINGTON  — The intelligence linking Syrian President Bashar Assad or his inner circle to an alleged chemical weapons attack that killed at least 100 people is no "slam dunk," with questions remaining about who actually controls some of Syria's chemical weapons stores and doubts about whether Assad himself ordered the strike, U.S. intelligence

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Scandals With Traction?

Thirty-nine percent of polled Republicans convinced that the Benghazi issue is the worst scandal in American history don’t know where Benghazi is.

Forty-one percent of Republicans, according to a recent poll, think the “cover-up” of Benghazi is the “biggest political scandal in American history. Forty-three percent disagree; 74 percent think it was worse than Watergate. The noise machine is in full cry. The president lied, didn’t care about the attack, and tried to blame a video rather than

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Obama Continues To Hack Away At Press Freedoms

The New York Times (NYT) editorial board is calling out the Obama administration for “secretly combing through the phone records of reporters and editors at the Associated Press.” It’s a bold allegation that has drawn the ire of civil liberties groups and concerned citizens around the country in recent days. The NYT is not alone […]

The New York Times (NYT) editorial board is calling out the Obama administration for “secretly combing through the phone records of reporters and editors at the Associated Press.” It’s a bold allegation that has drawn the ire of civil liberties groups and concerned citizens around the country in recent days. The NYT is not alone in its

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