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Shepard Fairey said the president was "not even close" to living up to the ideals expressed in the iconic poster.
Through its 'Katibah Nusantara' unit, the Islamic State group is allegedly attempting to target countries in the Malay Archipelago.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick reportedly said it is "absolutely amazing that there was not more loss of life."
The lead author called for the study's retraction after a co-author was found to have made false claims in the report.
The Department of Justice says that the checks from Navient, formerly part of Sallie Mae, are going in the mail next month.
The mosque was attended by two men who opened fire at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas.
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