White House officials have claimed that Arab nations have offered to join the U.S. in airstrikes against the Islamic State militant group in Iraq and Syria, though no countries were specifically named
Perhaps more than any other potential 2016 presidential candidate, Paul, a Republican senator from Kentucky, is putting an early emphasis on New Hampshire, a state where his father did well in 2012 and where the “Live Free or Die” motto may provide a template for his ideology
Hillary Clinton returned to Iowa on Sunday for the first time since her 2008 Democratic presidential primary loss in the state, telling the crowd at the 37th annual Harkin Steak Fry -- "I’m back"
The White House on Sunday put pressure on Congress to vote this week in favor of training and arming Syrian rebels as part of President Obama’s plan to destroy the Islamic State, making clear that sending U.S. combat troops is not an option
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will appeal his indefinite suspension by the National Football League Monday, according to published reports
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Former 9/11 Commission co-chair Tom Kean said Wednesday that Americans are safer but "not safe enough" since the 2001 terror attacks on America.
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