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(Washington, DC) -- Florida Senator Marco Rubio is among the Republicans expressing concerns after President Obama's speech last night on future U.S. actions against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The Republican senator said Obama compared the fight against ISIS to operations against...
(Washington, DC) -- Congress is now questioning NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell over the Ray Rice case. A dozen House Democrats sent a letter to Goodell on Wednesday demanding "the highest level of transparency." Congress is also asking the league to reveal more about their...
(Undated) -- Texas Senator Ted Cruz is learning not everyone agrees with his staunch support of Israel. He was speaking Wednesday night to a group that works to protect Christian minorities in the Middle East when he was loudly booed for voicing his support for the Jewish state...
(Undated) -- Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says President Obama seems more determined with his plan against ISIS, but the former mayor says it's not enough. Giuliani says the U.S. is definitely safer than it was before the September 11th attacks, but that safety has...
(Jeddah, Saudi Arabia) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is in Saudi Arabia, where he'll work to persuade Arab and Turkish leaders to support a military campaign to destroy ISIS. Kerry will press the leaders to allow more U.S. warplanes to fly through their countries' air space,...
(Undated) -- Arizona Senator John McCain says ISIS is using social media to urge people to attack the United States. Senator McCain says the U.S. should've left forces behind in Iraq. The Arizona senator claims if forces had stayed, ISIS wouldn't have grown into the problem it...
(Undated) -- Texas Senator Ted Cruz says President Obama's speech on ISIS wasn't focused on national security. Senator Cruz says ISIS is more dangerous than any other terrorist group we've seen before. The Texas senator says they have more land and money than al Qaeda ever had...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama calls ISIS a growing cancer that must be stopped. Addressing the nation from the White House, Obama warned that ISIS could pose a serious threat to the U.S. homeland if it is not stopped. The Islamic militant group has relentlessly expanded...
(Washington, DC) -- President Barack Obama is announcing "immediate military assistance" to Iraq. According to a memorandum posted on the White House website, the President today authorized 25-million-dollars in military education and training assistance. The funds are going to...