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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…
ISIS Murders Another Hostage
ISIS is claiming to have executed a Jordanian pilot by burning him alive.
The terrorist group has released a video that purportedly includes photos of the pilot's savage murder.
The images show a man in a cage which is then set on fire...
Hagel Out As Defense Secretary
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is headed out the door. President Obama announced Hagel's resignation in a statement at the White House. Obama praised Hagel's tenure as defense chief and called him a great friend. He said Hagel has been instrumental in putting together the U...
General Cites Progress Against ISIS
Retired General John Allen is citing progress in the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Allen is President Obama's special diplomatic envoy for the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS.
In a briefing at the State Department, Allen said all members of the coalition have different and vital roles to…
Obama: No Quick Fixes With ISIS
President Obama is warning that there can be no quick fixes in the campaign against ISIS.
At Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, Obama praised the roughly 60 nations that have joined the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.  The President met with military leaders from more than 20 oth…
New Video Shows Brutal Murder By ISIS
An Internet video purports to show an Islamic State group fighter beheading British hostage Alan Henning.
The video was released Friday night. It mirrored other beheading videos shot by the Islamic State group, which now holds territory along the border of Syria and Iraq...
Local Expert on Islam Weighs in on ISIS
As countries across the world align themselves against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, many people are asking questions about ISIS and it's origins.
Brian Williams, Professor of Islamic History at UMass Dartmouth, appeared on WBSM earlier this week, answering many of those frequently asked …

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