The Obama administration sent U.S. troops to Syria recently to attempt to rescue hostages being held by Islamic State militants, including journalist James Foley, but failed to find them, the Pentagon said Wednesday
In the days before journalist James Foley was brutally beheaded by a member of the Islamic State militant group, an e-mail sent to Foley's family threatened his execution in "vitriolic" terms, the CEO of the international news service he had worked for said Wednesday
President Obama, reacting to the brutal execution of an American journalist by Islamic State terrorists, said Wednesday that the militant organization has "no place in the 21st century," as U.S. intelligence analysts confirmed the authenticity of a video showing the journalist's beheading
Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday that he understands why many black Americans distrust the police as he made a one-day swing through the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo., where a black teenager was fatally shot by a white police officer almost two weeks earlier
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A former top Department of Justice official called Attorney Eric General Eric Holder's involvement in the Michael Brown shooting investigation Monday "extraordinary" and "extremely uncommon."
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Missouri's Lieutenant Gov. Peter Kinder said Monday that the National Guard "had to be called in to restore order" in Ferguson after a "failure" by local law enforcement to protect its citizens.
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