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    Obama: ISIS threat 'doesn't frighten us'

    With approval in hand to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight the ISIS terror group, President Barack Obama said Thursday the plan keeps with "the key principle" of U.S. strategy: No American combat troops on the ground.

National Headlines

Obama sets new plan against college assaults

Obama makes Obamacare announcement

The Obama administration is launching a big new offensive: Combating sexual assault on college campuses.


Obama signs order to fight superbugs

MRSA bacteria

The rise in antibiotic-resistant bacteria could lead to a future full of untreatable infections, experts have warned us for years.


87-year-old felon wants back in Congress

Former La Gov Edwin Edwards

It's Sunday morning at the New Life Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but the man preaching to the choir is no minister.


Ukraine gets support, but not U.S. lethal aid

Petro Poroshenko addresses Congress

American leaders offered Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko a high-profile platform Thursday to advocate for greater support to his besieged military, though the levels of assistance ultimately offered by the United States fell short of his request...


Hillary Clinton's madcap media mob

Hillary Clinton file

If Hillary Clinton decides not to run for president -- and yes, that is still possible -- her return to the media lion's den might be a factor in her thinking..


Biden: Use of term 'Shylocks' was bad choice

Joe Biden file

Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday his use of the term "Shylock," which some consider anti-Semitic, was "a poor choice of words."


Rob Ford has cancer, to begin chemotherapy

Rob Ford

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford soon will begin chemotherapy to treat a rare and aggressive cancer, a doctor at Mount Sinai Hospital in the city said Wednesday.

Dr. Zane Cohen said Ford has a malignant liposarcoma, and a second biopsy on his tumor done Monday ...


Obama: US must back partners against ISIS


The U.S. is not returning combat troops to Iraq, President Barack Obama insisted again Wednesday, despite the suggestion by his top general that option is something the Pentagon could consider.


Latest Benghazi committee starts work

House Benghazi Select Committee hearing

Two years after the terror attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, many Republicans still have unanswered questions about security issues related to the incident. But the first hearing of a new special congressional committee investigating the attack got underway Wednesday without the fireworks that have marked the many previous congressional inquiries.


Hurdle removed for passing ISIS vote


For conservatives conflicted over how to vote on a major measure Wednesday that would fund the federal government and authorize the president to arm Syrian rebels, their decision might have gotten a bit easier.


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