Cantor: Lack Of Leadership Frustrates Americans

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) claims the President’s stance on the Keystone Pipeline is hard to nail down.

“He was initially for the Keystone Pipeline, then he was against it and we’re told today he’s for a portion of it.” (:16)

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● U.S. is immune from California law

● Treasure trove of transportation data

● Voters were paid with cash or cocaine

● FTC dismantles diploma mill

● Time to reconsider costly road projects

Earnest: U.S. Won’t Reveal Timing Of Syrian Airstrikes

President Obama is prepared to launch airstrikes in Syria, but not specific on when they will happen.

Syrian Rebels To Be Trained Over 8-12 Months

Pentagon Press Secretary Kirby said training will focus on “basic” military skills, focusing on organizational leadership and equipment proficiency.

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The largest-ever climate rally is planned for Sunday in New York, Sierra Ebola emerges from nationwide home confinement, and the MH370 hunt continues.

Kerry, French Counterpart Pledge Support for Baghdad at UN

Kerry said every country, including Iran, has a role to play im fighting the Islamic State.

Pentagon: Troops Will Not Interact With Ebola Patients

“It’s important to remember the mission, the mission is to do some training, to build these units, and do some logistics, some transport, the movement of material,” Kirby said. “It is not to treat.”