Jeremy Lipka, a 37-year-old native of Pine Island, Minnesota, was one of seven people killed in a plane crash outside Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan on Monday.SEE ALSO: Downtown Minneapolis invaded by Black Hawk helicopters [PHOTOS] Lipka was a civilian contractor who flew cargo planes in Iraq and ... More >>
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If you want to be president of the United States, like Michele Bachmann does, voters need to be assured that you've got the necessary brains, common sense, and principles to run the country. So Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace laid out some of Bachmann's more recent noteworthy gaffes, lies, and i ... More >>
franken.senate.govAl Franken with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Sen. Carl Levin in Kabul, January 2010.A U.S. Army officer appears to have mistaken U.S. lawmakers for the real enemy in Afghanistan. Sen. Al Franken was among a group of Senate and House members who were reportedly the targ ... More >>
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