CIA psychologist who interrogated 9/11 mastermind says Afghanistan withdrawal 'puts us more at risk'

Special Report w/ Bret Baier – Friday, September 10 On today’s episode of ‘Special Report’, Bret reflects on the 9/11 terror attacks as the Taliban takes control of Afghanistan. Plus, pushback against Biden’s vaccine mandates. The CIA psychologist who helped design a program to interrogate the accused mastermind behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks says the recent withdrawal from

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Lucky lottery player scoops second £700,000 jackpot in space of four years

A lucky lottery player is celebrated winning his second $1million jackpot in four years. Stephen Toto, from Framingham in Massachusetts, the US, scooped the top prize – worth £727,000 – on a scratchcard. He told Massachusetts State Lottery officials he almost didn't buy the $30 'The Fastest Road to $1 Million' card, but made a last-minute decision while at the

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Army officer’s hidden diary that has ‘codes’ could reveal truth about Roswell

A long-hidden diary kept by an army officer could contain ‘coded messages’ that unlock the secret of Roswell, it’s been claimed. Major Jesse Marcel, an RAAF intelligence officer, was one of the first officials sent to the notorious crash site in New Mexico, 1947. An army press officer soon shocked the world by revealing that Marcel had recovered a mysterious

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A veteran CIA officer was killed after his mission to capture a suspected bomb-maker called 'Engineer Ismail' was ambushed by Islamic militants

A CIA officer died last month following an unsuccessful raid in Somalia on the Al Qaeda off-shoot, Al Shabaab. The raid was targeting Al Shabaab insurgents, one of whom was an expert bomb maker and "specially designated global terrorist." The American died along with four Somali officers after a car bomb exploded, local sources told The Guardian. He was flown

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Trump claims CIA agent was ‘partisan operative’ not a whistle-blower

‘The Whistleblower isn’t a Whistleblower at all.’ Donald Trump launches new attack on complaint rocking his presidency claiming CIA agent was a ‘partisan operative’ who was not told anything by officials ‘We’re at war,’ the president announced in a closed-door meeting with US diplomats at the Intercontinental Hotel in New York on Thursday  Furious Trump, branded the whistle-blower ‘highly partisan’

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CIA spooks trained pigeons to SPY on the Soviet Union in top secret missions during Cold War

CIA spooks employed a division of  SPY PIGEONS to secretly pry behind the Iron Curtain, startling declassified documents reveal. The files disclose the birds were trained to photograph sensitive military sites inside the Soviet Union during the Cold War. They also reveal ravens were used to drop bugging devices on Kremlin window sills and dolphins were trained for dangerous underwater

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