Unfortunately, like much that has happened in Afghanistan since the U.S. invasion less than a month after 9/11, American heads – if not hearts – have been in the wrong place.
It’s the Marines against the surfers in a California beach battle
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As the Senate bill heads to the Judiciary Committee next week, there is plenty of cause for optimism, but also much still standing in the way.
After two air strikes inside Syria in the space of four days, Israel remains intent on targeting advanced weapons there before they can be transferred to Hizballah in Lebanon.
President Barack Obama addresses graduates of The Ohio State University. “Citizenship is a harder, higher road to take, but it leads to a better place. It’s how we built this country — together.”
The Texas governor and former Republican presidential candidate lets loose with a semi-automatic rifle and shoots an egg from 100 yards in video preview for the NRA convention.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto is in change-the-conversation mode: he wants the world, especially Washington, to focus less on his country’s awful drug violence and more on its robust economic potential.
The American economy is managing to avoid the disabled list this year, despite the risks from higher taxes, lower government spending, and economic weakness around the globe.
Without encouragement, faith and women groups have rallied around the idea of a President Hillary Clinton