The Washington Post on Thursday reports on U.S. spy agencies’ $52.6 billion secret budget for fiscal year 2013, a document that reveals significant “blind spots” obscuring the intentions and motives of U.S. friends and foes alike.
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Report: Spy Agencies’ ‘Black Budget’ Reveals Intelligence Gaps
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- Division Director Josie Bahnke said on Tuesday afternoon that the division’s office in Juneau was waiting for the ballots to be mailed in from four precincts in District 40: Selawik, Browerville, Anaktuvuk Pass and Ambler.
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