Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is back in the United States. The controversial soldier and longtime prisoner of the Taliban arrived in San Antonio early this morning. He's at the Brooke Army Medical Center. He'll be reunited with his family today according to the New York Times. There is a news conference this afternoon. We'll look to take it live if it's available.
Terrorists have taken two more Iraqi towns near the Iranian border. They already captured Tikrit and Mosul and are now in the process of imposing strict Islamic law in regions they control. The terrorists threaten to take Baghdad, though most analysts believe Baghdad not immediately threatened. Still most Westerners are leaving Iraq. President Obama says he hasn't ruled anything out when it comes to helping shore up the failing Iraqi government, but the White House yesterday said sending troops wasn't on the table. We've got Fox team coverage.
President Obama heads for an event at an Indian Reservation in North Dakota this afternoon. He'll visit the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Nation.. his first trip to Indian country since taking office.
Hillary Clinton is in Washington today as her book tour continues. We've got Carl Cameron reporting along with some political analysis of what's looking an awful lot like a presidential run.
1130EDT -- Hillary Clinton attends book signing event for Hard Choices. Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. WTXF TAPE
Congressman Pete Sessions withdrew from consideration as House Majority Leader last night.. apparently clearing the way for Congressman Kevin McCarthy to rise from Majority Whip (#3) to Eric Cantor's old position. You'll remember the stunning defeat of Eric Cantor Tuesday night in his primary.
We'll continue our in-depth coverage today of the surge of illegal immigrant children from Central America. Tens of thousands are surging across borders in Texas, California, Arizona and New Mexico. Here's how the Washington Post reports on the story this morning:
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