“They’re trying to figure out how to open the package without destroying it.”
“This changes the concerns that we had initially.”
“…we cannot rule out that hate crime is at the core of this but we’re not saying that that’s the cause as well.”
Who knew what when?
Trump: Call terrorists “evil losers,” not monsters.
Because that should work wonderfully
“America is back.”
As Putin visits?
… and the first two don’t count
The crackdown continues
“…he often criticized American culture, comparing it to the strict Islamic code of his homeland.”
Really poor planning
“The bombing suspects may not have been the radical jihadists they were initially believed to be.”
“Property damage. That’s what we did.”
“They shouldn’t have let him in. Bells should have gone off.”
“You f***ing asshat.”
A scoop from Stephen Hayes at the Weekly Standard:
Law enforcement officials are carefully reexamining any possible role that Katherine Russell …
Plus: Mom wonders if blood at the marathon could have been … paint.
Plus: Their motive’s “not clear,” says … Saxby Chambliss?
“Somehow, he just took his brain.”
Hazmat inspections and visa violations.
What did the FBI know about Tsarnaev, and when did they know it?
Democrats hardest hit.
And what happened while he was there?
CIA and FBI have plenty of them.
Be of good cheer, campers
The phrase “it’s complicated” could have originated before the revolutionary war
“…their cargo included 1.2 million barrels of gasoline worth nearly $50 million”