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Obama Updates Congressional Leaders On Iraq
President Barack Obama and congressional leaders believe he does not need authorization from Congress for some steps he might take to quell the al-Qaida-inspired insurgency sweeping through Iraq, the Senate's top Republican and Capitol Hill aides said after the president briefed senior lawmaker…
Benghazi Suspect To Face Trial In U.S.
A Libyan militant is facing trial in the United States in the attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Libya that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
President Barack Obama says Ahmed Abu Khattala will face ``the full weight of the American justice system...
Obama: U.S. Studying All Options In Iraq
President Obama says U.S. officials are looking at all options on Iraq, which may be headed for a bloody civil war. In comments at the White House, Obama said some short-term military options may be necessary, including U.S. airstrikes. He called the situation in Iraq an emergency and said nothing h…
President Obama Praises D-Day Allied Troops
``These men waged war so that we might know peace.''
That's what President Barack Obama said today of the men who stormed the beaches at Normandy 70 years ago today.
More than 160-thousand allied troops landed on the French coastline in 1944...
White House: 60,000 Undocumented Minors In U-S
President Obama is putting together a group to handle America's growing influx of children who are entering the U.S. illegally and without family members to support them for the journey.
In a memo from the White House, the President calls the situation an "urgent humanitarian situation.…
Veterans Affairs Audit Prompts Secretary’s Resignation
A Veterans Affairs audit cites a failure of VA leadership for widespread problems with the health care system for veterans and the apparent cover-up of scheduling delays.
The audit concludes that VA schedulers were pressured to use bad practices to make waiting times for medical appointments look mor…
Kerry Addresses Law School Grads At Boston College
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told Boston College graduates to take the values of service instilled in their education and pass them on to the world.
The 1976 Boston College Law School graduate told the packed stadium at the 138th commencement Monday that a world-class degree comes with the ``pr…

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