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Monday, January 19, 2015

Cheat Sheet - Has Iran Resumed Global Assassinations?

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January 19, 2015
At first glance, the evidence suggests Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman killed himself on Sunday just hours before he was due to give evidence about the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires that killed 85. He was expected to blame Iran and suggest the current Argentine government had covered up their involvement. Christopher Dickey says the timing of his death is highly suspicious.
The former president sang the praises of the Oscar-snubbed Selma at an annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Center dinner in Atlanta, Georgia. Ronda Racha Penrice reports that Clinton said he got to his feet and roared during the King biopic.
The Kentucky senator is desperate to woo the rabid Sin City fans of his father, Ron Paul, but he's trying to court the libertarians while distancing himself from his totally unrestrained father. Olivia Nuzzi reports that the juggling act is giving him one hell of a headache.

The National Security Agency has been penetrating North Korea's computer networks since 2010, which helped prompt the U.S. to accuse Kim Jong Un's government of ordering the recent attack on Sony, the New York Times reported. The NSA used malware to tap into the Chinese networks that connect North Korea to the outside world and accessed the hackers' computers with the help of South Korea and other American allies.

Feminists, gays and liberals are finding no welcome in the Mormon Church. Kathryn Joyce says a difficult twelve months for progressive members of the Church of Latter-day Saints just got worse.

Saudis Arrest Man Who Filmed Beheading
According to local reports.
Seahawks, Patriots Head to The Superbowl
Back-to-back Superbowls for Seattle.
Top 1% To Own More Than The Rest By 2016
Average individual wealth of $2.7 million.
Apology From 'Hanoi Jane'
Fonda says she understands veterans' anger.
'American Sniper' Pulls in $90.2m
Annihilating box office records.

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