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Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Admiral James A. Winnefeld, Jr., Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Join Program Line-Up at the Reagan National Defense Forum: Building Peace Through Strength for American Security The Reagan Library, November 15, 2014
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation has announced that United States Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel will be delivering the closing remarks at the upcoming Reagan National Defense Forum, to be held on November 15, 2014

Joe Garza Predicts Future of Investment After Senate Crackdown
This week, the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations held a hearing to question leaders of major banks and hedge funds about an alleged tax avoidance strategy. According to the Senate's report, these entities have used basket options to skirt billions in federal income tax

Federal Court Grants Hearing on IRS Email Destruction to Judicial Watch

Reagan National Defense Forum: Building Peace Through Strength for American Security to Be Held at the Reagan Library, November 15, 2014

Judicial Watch: New Documents Show IRS HQ Control of Tea Party Targeting
Judicial Watch today released a new batch of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) documents revealing that its handling of Tea Party applications was directed out of the agency's headquarters in Washington, DC. The documents also show extensive pressure on the IRS by Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) to shut down conservative-leaning tax-exempt organizations

The Honorable Leon Panetta Joins Panelists at the Reagan National Defense Forum: Building Peace Through Strength Through 2025 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library; November 16, 2013

Reagan National Defense Forum: Building Peace Through Strength Through 2025 to Be Held at the Reagan Library, November 16, 2013

Obama's Plan to Close the SBA Opposed by Chambers of Commerce, According to the American Small Business League
A new poll by the American Small Business League (ASBL) has shown that 99 percent of local Chambers of Commerce around the country oppose President Obama's plan to close the Small Business Administration (SBA) or combine it with the Department of Commerce.

Defense Logistics Agency Mandates SigNature(R) DNA on Microchips
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: APDN), a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting and security solutions has been named by DoD Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), as the provider of authentication services for microcircuits supplied by defense contractors

President Signs FY'12 National Defense Authorization Act Into Law, Including Federal Anti-Counterfeiting Amendment
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: APDN) announces that it is positioned and ready to empower government contractors and Federal Agencies as they move to comply with new Federal anti-counterfeiting law. A bipartisan amendment (S

US Senators liken Pak's 5000 dollar per NATO truck demand to 'extortion'
U.S. Senators John McCain and Carl Levin, the chair and ranking members of the Senate Armed Services Committee have said the U.S. should not pay up to 5,000 dollars per truck to Pakistan, which McCain termed as "extortion", to resume NATO supplies into Afghanistan through its territory.

'Angry' U.S. to press Pak to overturn CIA-helping doc's 33-yr 'high treason' sentence
The U.S. has said it will press for the release of a Pakistani doctor who has been sentenced for 33 years for running a fake CIA vaccination programme as part of the hunt for Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden.

SMT Corporation Will Mark Microchips With SigNature DNA
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: APDN) announces that highly regarded microchip distributor SMT Corporation will join APDN in a groundbreaking anti-counterfeiting pilot program, sponsored by an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense.

US senator threatens to cut ties with Pakistan over links with Haqqani network
The United States will have no option but to break diplomatic ties with Pakistan if it continues to retain links with the Haqqani militant network, the chairman of a powerful congressional committee has warned.

Safe terrorist havens in Pakistan "pose greater threat than ever": US senators
The safe havens in Pakistan for the Haqqani network and the Quetta Shura "pose a greater threat than ever", a group of US senators has warned.

US offers to restore military aid to Pak in return for recalling US military trainers to country
The United States has offered to restore 800 million dollars in military aid to Pakistan, if it reverses its decision of expelling US military trainers from the country in the aftermath of the US raid that had killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in his Abbottabad lair on May 2.

US aid cut to send "negative signal" to Pak public about America's commitment: Zardari
Islamabad has cautioned Washington that any move to reduce US aid would not only ruin Pakistan's already troubled economy, but also hurt the United States' image in the country.

US securities watchdog still dragging feet on key anti-corruption and transparency laws
One year out from passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act and three months after it was supposed to come into effect, a key anti-corruption and transparency measure-Section 1504-is still sitting on the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) drafting board.

US Congress votes against proposal to cut aid to Pakistan
The United States House of Representatives has voted against two amendments proposing to slash the two-billion-dollar US aid to Pakistan, despite the discomfort expressed by several legislators about continuing assistance to the country in the wake of Osama bin Laden's discovery and killing in Abbottabad.

Chinese-made counterfeit weapons parts 'posing risk to US national security'
Chinese-made counterfeit parts are making their way into US military weapons systems, it has emerged.

NATO chief expresses fears over presence of al-Qaeda members among Libyan rebels
Admiral James Stavridis, NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe, has warned that American intelligence had found "flickers" of terrorist activity among the rebel groups in Libya.

US in bind over providing weapons to Libyan rebels amidst fears of their links to al-Qaeda
Senior Obama administration officials have claimed that the government is engaged in a debate about whether weapons should be supplied the Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's opponents, amid fears that some rebel fighters may have links to Al Qaeda, and that providing arms would deepen American involvement in a civil war.

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