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    CIA Marks a Month on Twitter With Regrets About Tupac, More Answers to Conspiracy Theorists' Burning Questions

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    Someone over at the Central Intelligence Agency is a regular comedian.

    The CIA marked its one-month Twitter anniversary today by answering the top five burning questions that have been lobbed its way since the government agency sent conspiracy theorists into a social-media frenzy.

    First off, we'll predict that a lot of the thousands of questions that didn't make the top five involve subjects like JFK, Marilyn Monroe, Area 51, national security, 9-11, Benghazi, why Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins really broke up, etc.

    All so par for the course, right?

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    But what did make it through the surely strict screening procedure was a question about the fate of Tupac Shakur, who was gunned down on Sept. 13, 1996.

    Or was he?

    "No, we don't know where Tupac is. #twitterversary," the CIA tweeted to cap off its five-question lightning round.

    And here are what else this world's inquiring minds really wanted to know:

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