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Germany Votes to Join Coalition’s Military Anti-IS Campaign

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Germany will add six Tornado reconnaissance jets, a tanker aircraft and a frigate to help protect a French aircraft carrier to the coalition combating IS.

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Ryan Speaks On How GOP Philosophy Could Build A Better U.S.

Ryan spoke about building a better economy and a working class in accordance to Republican philosophy.

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Pelosi Seeks To Have Budget Plan Before Deadline

“The bill takes your breath away if you’re a child trying to breath clean air,” Pelosi said of the Republican proposed federal budget.

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Pelosi Calls On Congress To Pass Gun Legislation Following CA Shooting

The Denying Firearms and Explosive to Terrorists Act is a bipartisan bill that would restrict the purchases of guns from terrorist that are currently on the FBI’s terrorist watch list.

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Putin: Turkey “Will Regret What They’ve Done For A Long Time”

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to reporters on March 4, 2014. Photo: Presidential Press and Information Office

“We shall remind them many times about what they’ve done, and they will regret what they’ve done for a long time,” Putin said. “We know what needs to be done.”

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Pentagon Opens All Military Service Positions to Women

“Those who serve are not judged based on who they are or where they come from, but rather what they offer to help defend this country,” said Carter.

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Pipe Bombs, Ammunition Found In California Shooters’ Home

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Police on Thursday said that the suspects used four rifles in the assault, all of which were purchased legally.

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The World in 2:00 – December 3, 2015

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New research finds that small pollution particles emitted by coal power plants are far more harmful to human health than previously thought.

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Britain Drops Bombs on IS In Syria Shortly Following Vote

UK Prime Minister David Cameron confers with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during the NATO Summit Wales 2014. Photo: Crown copyright, #10 Downing Street.

The measure stipulates that British ground troops will not join the 65 member coalition battling IS.

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Air Force Secretary: Russia’s Involvement in Syria Brings Complications

Deborah James said that the U.S. strategy against IS in Syrian is working, but, “One clear complication is the Russian involvement.”

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