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(United Nations) -- President Obama is calling attention to a "pervasive unease" in the world. Addressing the UN General Assembly this morning, the President cited growing anxiety over new dangers, including the rise of ISIS, Russian aggression in Ukraine and the growing Ebola...
(United Nations) -- President Obama is calling attention to a "pervasive unease" in the world. Addressing the UN General Assembly, the President cited growing anxiety over new dangers, including the rise of ISIS, Russian aggression in Ukraine and the growing Ebola outbreak...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. and its Arab allies aren't letting up on ISIS militants in Syria and Iraq. The Pentagon confirmed today it pounded militant-controlled areas with another wave of airstrikes overnight. Warplanes targeted facilities in Iraq and Syria. Officials say the...
(New York, NY) -- Democrat Andrew Cuomo is maintaining a wide lead over Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino in the New York governor's race. The latest "Wall Street Journal"/NBC 4/Marist College poll gives Governor Cuomo a 25-percent edge over his Republican rival with...
(Undated) -- Airstrikes in Syria are continuing. National Security Advisor and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice tells NBC's "Today" the initial airstrikes have been successful. Syrian officials say the most recent airstrikes were targeted near the Turkish and Iraqi borders...
(United Nations) -- President Obama will call for more international support to combat ISIS when he speaks to the United Nations General Assembly today. More than 40 nations have joined a U.S.-led coalition to go after ISIS, the Sunni extremist group that has taken over large...
(New York, NY) -- The opening of the United Nations General Assembly is known for creating gridlock in Manhattan, but New Yorkers may have another reason to feel some road rage. Foreign diplomats owe New York City 16-million dollars in unpaid parking tickets. The Department of...
(San Antonio, TX) -- A special prosecutor is accusing Governor Rick Perry of wanting special favors. Michael McCrum tells the "San Antonio Express-News" Perry shouldn't be allowed to go to Europe next month because he's got a court hearing. McCrum also says Perry is making a...
(Wichita, KS) -- High-profile Republicans are coming to the aid of Kansas Senator Pat Roberts. Former Alaska Governor and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin will join Roberts at an event at the Historical Museum and Art Center in Independence, Kansas, tomorrow...