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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Terror watch list called too vague

By LARA JAKES JORDAN

The watch list that is intended to keep suspected terrorists from entering the United States is too vague and cumbersome to help Homeland Security Department agents quickly weed out legitimate travelers, the agency’s inspector general says.

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Bronze Star loses its luster in Iraq war

By CRISTINA RAMIREZ
Scripps Howard News Service

In the hierarchy of military medals, the Bronze Star ranks in the top tier. But in the war on terror, some troops have been honored with the medal for going above and beyond the call of duty, while others received it for just getting the job done.

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No one lost security clearances over Plame leak

By TONI LOCY

No one in the Bush administration has been stripped of security clearances over the leak of former CIA officer Valerie Plame’s identity to reporters three years ago.

In a letter to Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., the CIA said it had no record of anyone in the administration who is no longer privy to the nation’s most sensitive secrets because of the Plame leak.

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More troops headed for Baghdad

By TOM RAUM and LOLITA C. BALDOR

The U.S. and Iraq are moving thousands of troops into Baghdad to bolster Iraq’s war-weary capital in what the White House suggests is an acknowledgment that the six-week U.S.-Iraqi security offensive is not working.

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Clinton praises Lieberman in campaign rally

By DAVID ESPO

Bill Clinton, campaigning to save an old friend from defeat, appealed to Connecticut Democrats Monday to put aside their opposition to the war in Iraq and send embattled Sen. Joseph Lieberman on his way to a new term in office.

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