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(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is postponing a political trip today and will instead convene a White House meeting about the Ebola outbreak. Obama had been scheduled to fly to New Jersey this afternoon and to Connecticut later this evening.
(Undated) -- A new poll says Republicans hold a slight lead in voters' preference for congressional control less than three weeks before Election Day. The NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll gives the GOP a two-point edge, 46-percent to 44. That's a smaller lead than the seven-...
(Joint Base Andrews, MD) -- 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...
(New York, NY) -- President Obama will be making fundraising stops all over the New York area today, but there aren't many campaign events planned. Scott Pringle reports. Play Clip
(Undated) -- A new poll says Republicans hold a slight lead in voters' preference for congressional control less than three weeks before Election Day. The NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll gives the GOP a two-point edge, 46-percent to 44. That's a smaller lead than the seven-...
(Undated) -- Reports say American troops were exposed to chemical weapons a number of times after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The "New York Times" writes that U.S. troops reported finding about five-thousand chemical warheads, shells or bombs. Soldiers were wounded by those...
(New York, NY) -- Despite not having clearance for classified information, Mayor de Blasio says he has the information he needs when it comes to fighting terrorism. Scott Pringle reports on his counterterrorism meeting in Washington yesterday. Play Clip
(Washington, DC) -- A U.S. House subcommittee will press Obama administration officials for answers tomorrow on how prepared the United States is for Ebola. Michigan Congressman Fred Upton says he called for the hearing even though Congress is not in session. Officials from the...
(Undated) -- South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham says the U.S. needs to send in ground troops to defeat ISIS. Senator Graham says President Obama cares more about fulfilling a campaign promise of not having troops in Iraq than he does about national security. Graham doesn't...