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The vice president requested that his supporters cancel plans to air the emotional TV spot.
The program was troubled from the start, with some of the first class of less than 60 fighters coming under attack from al Qaeda's Syria wing.
One person is dead and three others are suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
Libya is caught in a war between its internationally recognized government and an unofficial one controlling Tripoli.
Scott, 50, was shot after fleeing a traffic stop in April.
Kevin McCarthy, the front-runner to take control of the House of Representatives, quit the race on Thursday.
The Associated Press said the attempted hacks appeared to have been thwarted by threat-monitoring product.
One telltale cue: FEMA inspectors don’t charge for their services.
The company will also offer them new textbooks for free.
FIFA's Ethics Committee made the announcement in a statement released on Thursday.
De Sousa was convicted for her role in a 2003 CIA kidnapping plot in Italy.
Half the refugees questioned said the Syrian president must go before they could return.
Brain cells with an age signature could help doctors understand Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.
The photographer has defended the images on his website.
It remains unclear if the missiles caused any deaths.
House panel hears testimony from Volkswagen's head of U.S. operations.
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda intends to investigate possible crimes committed during the five-day Russia-Georgia War in 2008.
Russian airstrikes began last Wednesdaythe country's biggest intervention in the Middle East for decades
Nigel Farage described France as "little more than a pipsqueak"
“Moneyball” author takes shots at Silicon Valley, calling it “a cold place.”