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Opinion|Ken Pittman: Drugs Come to USA With Top Powers Involved
Ninety percent of the world's supply of opium is grown in Afghanistan. The United States is 90-percent of the consumer market for opiates. We have had a strong military presence in Afghanistan since early 2002. There isn't a square mile in that nation we couldn't enter with just a few…
Obama Pays Tribute to 9/11 Victims
President Obama pays tribute to the victims of the September 11th terror attacks in his weekly address, and vows to continue the fight against terrorism.
Obama says the U.S. has delivered devastating blows to the terror organizations since then, and "delivered justice" to Osama bin …
Obama: Coalition Hitting ISIS Harder Than Ever
President Obama says the U.S.-led coalition is hitting ISIS harder than ever.
After a high-level meeting at the Pentagon, Obama said the coalition has fired roughly nine-thousand bombs at ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria. He insisted that his anti-ISIS strategy is moving forward with a great sense of u…
Gov. Baker: Massachusetts Will Continue to Support Refugees
BOSTON (AP) _ Gov. Charlie Baker says Massachusetts isn't getting out of the business of supporting refugee resettlement.
Baker told reporters Monday that providing help to refugees is something ``we've been doing forever and we're going to continue to collaborate and cooperate with th…
Obama And Putin Meet At The United Nations
There are no smiles in pictures of President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin as they met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City.
Their meeting came amid a disagreement over Russia's support for Syria in its fight against ISIS...
Help Refugees Or Not? [POLL]
The Obama administration is considering whether the United States should do more to help with the refugee crisis in Europe, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said yesterday. Hundreds of thousands of desperate refugees, most of them fleeing the war in Syria, are pouring into Europe, seeking a p…

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