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Greenwald to publish names of U.S. citizens targeted by NSA?

Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Glenn Greenwald and the NSA spying scandal.

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  1. Report: U.S. Weapons Systems Designs Hacked

    In a blow to the U.S. defense industry, Chinese hackers have reportedly stolen confidential details on highly-sensitive advanced weapons systems, including missile d...

  2. Exclusive: Glencore, Trafigura deals with Iran may have skirted sanctions - U.N

    Metals swap deals with Iran by Switzerland-based commodities giants Glencore Xstrata and Trafigura could have been a way of skirting international sanctions against ...

  3. Bank of China Shuts N. Korean Account after U.S. Sanctions

    State-owned Bank of China Ltd. (3988.HK) said Tuesday it has cut off a North Korean bank accused by the U.S. of providing financial support to Pyongyang's nuclear an...

  4. Exclusive: Risk ranking: China revamps anti-money laundering rules - sources

    Chinese banks must rate their clients' risk of criminal conduct on a scale of 1-5 as part of the central bank's moves to curb money laundering and fraudulent transac...

  5. MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stock Win Streak Ends; Consumer Weighs

    U.S. stocks on Friday pared sharp losses following weak March retail sales and consumer sentiment data, but the rebound wasn't enough to extend the week's winning st...

  6. MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Pare Losses After Consumer Headwind

    U.S. stocks on Friday pared losses caused by a drop in retail sales in March and weaker consumer sentiment that put a streak of record-setting gains in jeopardy.The ...

  7. MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Fall As Consumer Struggles

    U.S. stocks fell and traded near intraday lows Friday, putting a streak of record-setting gains in jeopardy, following a drop in retail sales last month and weaker c...

  8. U.S. Stocks Pull Back as Retail Sales Fall More Than Expected

    U.S. stocks slipped after weak retail-sales data prompted a pullback following the recent string of gains.The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost nine points, or 0.1%,...

  9. MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Drop On Retail Sales, J.P. Morgan

    U.S. stocks opened lower on Friday, putting a streak of record-setting gains in jeopardy, after a report showed a surprising steep drop in retail sales last month, s...

  10. Crude Oil Slips on Demand Growth Concerns

    Crude-oil futures extended losses in Asian trade Friday as gloomy oil-demand growth forecasts by energy agencies offset positive economic data from the U.S.On the Ne...

  11. EADS Sees New Profit Focus

    Shareholders in Airbus parent European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. (EAD.FR) overwhelmingly approved the company's proposal to revamp its governance, limiting gove...

  12. EADS Sees New Profit Focus After Shareholders OK Oversight Revamp

    Shareholders in Airbus parent European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. (EAD.FR) overwhelmingly approved the company's proposal to revamp its governance, limiting gove...

  1. Nuclear talks with Iran falter

    Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, U.S. Marine Corps. (Ret.), on Iran’s nuclear program and Russia.

  2. What are Putin’s intentions?

    Kissinger Associates Vice Chairman Robert Hormats on the escalating tensions with Russia.

  3. Putin signs treaty for Crimea to join Russia

    FNC’s Bill Hemmer weighs in on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Putin and Crimea.

  4. Will Crimea break ties with Ukraine?

    Lt. Col. Oliver North and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor on the Crimean referendum.

  5. Russia trying to expand its power globally?

    Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton and FNC national security analyst KT McFarland on concerns over Russia’s growing power globally.

  6. Chinese firm under U.S. sanctions wins Turkey missile defense system tender

    NATO member Turkey has chosen a Chinese defense firm that has been hit by U.S. sanctions to co-produce a $4 billion long-range air and missile defense system, reject...

  7. Lockheed Martin clinches $4 billion Pentagon missile defense deal

    The Pentagon said on Friday it has finalized a contract worth $4 billion with Lockheed Martin Corp to supply equipment for a missile defense system to the United Sta...

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