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Syria decision a battleground for 2016

The vote whether or not to support the strike has not only become a question of America’s role in the Middle East, it’s also a battleground for potential 2016 candidates…

Senate panel approves military strike in Syria

Pres. Obama is one step closer to military action in Syria after the Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved of a measure to respond militarily to Syrian President Bassar Assad's alleged…

Obama: Hey Congress, can I bomb Syria? I’m asking nicely.

On Saturday, President Obama announced that the United States "should take military action against Syrian targets," and that he would ask for Congressional approval to carry out a strike —…

Dennis Rodman says he should be considered for Nobel Peace Prize

Remember Dennis Rodman's little vacay to North Korea? Well, he thinks it was a much bigger deal that the rest of us. So big, in fact, that he says he…

Obama’s popularity down dramatically among young voters after NSA scandals

President Obama's popularity among voters under age 30 has dropped 17 points over the past month in the midst of revelations over the administration's most recent scandals involving the National…

Majority of Americans support NSA phone tracking

Despite the "scandal" title, a Pew poll out Monday indicates the majority of Americans — 56 percent — view the National Security Agency's recently uncovered program that tracks millions of…

NSA Prism scandal: How Edward Snowden (temporarily) saved the Obama Administration

When word broke last week about a government scheming plan known as Prism, which involves the NSA tapping into personal phone calls and online communication to collect information, Obama critics…

Verizon phone records scandal: How did we get here?

It recently hit the news that the NSA has been gathering phone call records of millions from the Verizon network. While this action might seem shocking, the fact that the…

Shakeup: Susan Rice to be national security adviser, Samantha Power to replace her at U.N.

National Security Adviser Tom Donilon is stepping down, and will be replaced by U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice — a move by the Obama Administration that will likely set fire to…

Why Istanbul’s protests aren’t an Arab Spring

When peaceful protesters gathered at Gazi park in the center of Istanbul on Friday to prevent bulldozers from tearing down the green space in order to build a shopping mall,…

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