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TSA allows several JFK passengers to bypass security checkpoint

No lines. No waiting. And no TSA screeners.

Eleven passengers strolled through a security lane without being screened at Kennedy Airport early Monday after Transportation Security Administration agents left the area unsupervised, law enforcement sources said.

Instead of following protocol and notifying Port Authority cops, it took the TSA two hours to tell police about the frightening breach, the sources add.

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Milo Yiannopoulos disinvited from CPAC slot amid tape controversy

Milo Yiannopoulos lost his keynote speaking slot at the Conservative Political Action Conference after tapes surfaced of the right wing provocateur and senior Breitbart editor advocating for sexual relationships between “younger boys and older men.”

“Due to the revelation of an offensive video in the past 24 hours condoning pedophilia, the American Conservative Union has decided to rescind the invitation,” said Matt Schlapp, chairman of the group which sponsors CPAC, in a statement Monday afternoon. The group called Yiannopoulos to “further address these disturbing comments,” but defended its original decision to invite him as a nod to “the free speech issue on college campuses.”

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Milo Yiannopolous clarifies his position on pedophilia

I am a gay man, and a child abuse victim.

I would like to restate my utter disgust at adults who sexually abuse minors. I am horrified by pedophilia and I have devoted large portions of my career as a journalist to exposing child abusers. I’ve outed three of them, in fact — three more than most of my critics. And I’ve repeatedly expressed disgust at pedophilia in my feature and opinion writing. My professional record is very clear.

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Simon & Schuster Cancels Publication of Milo Yiannopoulos’s Book

Yiannopoulos received a $250,000 advance for the book, which was to be written for Threshold Editions, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.

The controversial Breitbart editor expressed surprise that the company went through with the deal in the first place.

“I met with top execs at Simon & Schuster earlier in the year and spent half an hour trying to shock them with lewd jokes and outrageous opinions,” Yiannopoulos told The Hollywood Reporter in December. “I thought they were going to have me escorted from the building — but instead they offered me a wheelbarrow full of money.”

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Breitbart News May Boot Milo Yiannopoulos Over Sex Comments

Milo Yiannopoulos, the provocative conservative journalist who is often portrayed as a champion of the far right, is facing possible dismissal from his employer, Breitbart News, over comments he once made about underage sex, FOX Business has learned.

His possible dismissal could could come by the end of the day, sources from the conservative website told FOX Business. Earlier Monday, Yiannopoulos was disinvited to speak at a gathering of the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) scheduled for this weekend.

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Leon Panetta, ex-CIA chief: Intel community ‘absolutely not’ withholding data from White House

U.S. intelligence officials are “absolutely not” withholding the nation’s most classified secrets from President Trump, a former spy chief said Sunday.

“I have never had intelligence officers, who have a responsibility to provide full information to the president and to other leaders in the country, ever withhold a piece of intelligence,” former CIA Director Leon E. Panetta said in an interview on NBC’s “Meet The Press.” “It’s something that certainly hasn’t occurred when I was there, and I doubt whether it’s happened this time.”

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The Terrifying ISIS Sleeper Cells of Mosul

The “My Fair Lady” restaurant was making a brisk trade when the suicide bomber stepped into the open-fronted eatery flanking a busy roundabout in east Mosul and detonated the explosives strapped around his waist. The blast swept through the cavernous interior, killing staff and guests enjoying a lunch of kebab, salad, and soup in one of the city’s most famous restaurants.

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Pope says texting at the dinner table could lead to war

Pope Francis wants youngsters to BRB from their cellphones at the dinner table, warning that the lack of face-to-face communication with adults could result in “war.”

“When we’re at the table, when we are speaking to others on our telephones, it’s the start of war because there is no dialogue,” the 80-year-old pontiff told students last week at Roma Tre in Rome.

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Americans brimming with optimism on the economy

A strong majority of Americans say the U.S. economy is running strong, and most believe the upward trend will continue under President Trump, according to a Harvard-Harris poll provided exclusively to The Hill.

The survey found that 61 percent view the economy as strong, against 39 percent who say it is weak.

A plurality, 42 percent, said they believe the economy is on the right track, versus 39 percent who said it is on the wrong track.

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Black conservative under Ben Carson fired after op-ed critical of Trump surfaces

Shermichael Singleton, a senior adviser in the Department of Housing and Urban Development, was fired from President Donald Trump’s administration Wednesday after it was revealed he had once written an op-ed for The Hill in which he suggested conservatives had a moral obligation to “stand up to Trump.”

Singleton, one of the few black conservatives in the Trump administration according to The New York Times, had been employed at HUD since January but was summarily released after his op-ed was discovered during the vetting process.

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In powerful speech, San Diego bishop challenges organizers to disrupt, rebuild

Modesto, Calif. — It took all of six minutes for San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy to rouse a crowd of nearly 700 community organizers and social justice “protagonistas” by calling them to become disrupters and rebuilders amid current American politics.

The speech, 20 minutes in length but interrupted nearly two dozen times by cheers and applause, took head on key policies of the early presidency of Donald Trump.

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Wikileaks is ‘very happy’ about fake news: Julian Assange

“What is special about WikiLeaks is that it’s not just another damn story, it’s not just another damn journalist putting their damn byline, advertising themselves and their position on another damn story.”

That’s the assessment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who appeared in Sydney over the weekend (albeit via video link) for a wide-ranging discussion on the failings of modern media, the power of leaked information and why WikiLeaks is happy to court scandal.

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