White House Press Secretary Jay Carney discusses the Keystone XL pipeline during his briefing with reporters. (:38)
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The U.N. calls for a rapid scale-up of HIV investment on World AIDS Day, and Canada and Australia seek to repair their images at Paris climate talks.
The force “will over time be able to conduct raids, free hostages, gather intelligence and capture” members of the Islamic State, Sec. Carter said.
The Senate has not yet voted on legislation to tighten the intake process for refugees from Iraq and Syria.
“The common theme with these kinds of shootings is mental illness and this is something we should not be ignoring,” Ryan said.
“American leadership involves not just playing to a narrow constituency back home,” Obama said.
The former New York City mayor said some Muslims celebrated, but that Trump is “exaggerating.”