"Why not release all of the unclassified documents? The president has repeatedly said that when he gets new information, he'll release it to the public. Why not release—instead of the hand-picked ones—why not release all the unclassified documents?"—Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, after the Obama administration released some 100 pages of emails and notes about the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.

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"We heard the winds whipping and glass smashing everywhere. I felt like a long time and when things died down I looked up and saw that the roof was gone."—Elizabeth Tovar, 25, after a tornado in North Texas killed at least six people and destroyed or damaged dozens of homes.

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"It was my stuff. I followed what I thought was the law."—O.J. Simpson, testifying about his encounter with sports memorabilia dealers in Las Vegas at an appeals hearing to win a new robbery-kidnap trial.


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