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(Undated) -- Germany won't make any airstrikes against ISIS militants. An aide to Chancellor Angela Merkel says the German government is concerned about stabilizing the Middle East, but that Merkel is ruling out participation in military airstrikes.
(Undated) -- House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says President Obama may have given too many specifics during his speech on ISIS earlier this week. McCarthy says ISIS will continue to get stronger the longer it takes for the U.S. to take action. He doesn't agree that ISIS can...
(Undated) -- The brother of James Foley is afraid President Obama's plan against ISIS won't be enough to destroy the terrorist group. Michael Foley feels the U.S. government didn't do everything they could to free his brother. He even claims that his family was threatened by the...
(Undated) -- Arizona Senator John McCain says President Obama's speech on ISIS was "disingenuous." The Republican senator says the size, strength and wealth of ISIS is like no other terrorist group the U.S. has ever fought. McCain doesn't think the President's speech was able to...
(Undated) -- Politicians are allowed to lie in Ohio after a judge struck down a law banning such a practice. Judge Timothy Black today ruled against the law which has been in existence for 19 years banning falsehoods in political campaigns. Judge Black said in his ruling there...
(Washington, DC) -- Hillary Clinton is scheduled to visit Iowa just three days before Vice President Biden is slated to appear there. Being that Iowa is known as a key battleground state in elections, experts are speculating about potential presidential bids by both of them...
(Washington, DC) -- Russia faces new sanctions by the U.S. and allies for its incursions in Ukraine. In a statement, President Obama vows to deepen and broaden sanctions in Russia's financial, energy and defense sectors. He says there is no conclusive evidence that Russia has...
(Washington, DC) -- Florida Senator Marco Rubio is among the Republicans expressing concerns after President Obama's speech last night on future U.S. actions against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The Republican senator said Obama compared the fight against ISIS to operations against...
(Washington, DC) -- Congress is now questioning NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell over the Ray Rice case. A dozen House Democrats sent a letter to Goodell on Wednesday demanding "the highest level of transparency." Congress is also asking the league to reveal more about their...