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Miss the parade? Don’t worry. We got pictures.
President Obama traveled to Arlington National Cemetery Monday to marks the first Memorial Day during his presidency where the U.S. “is not engaged in a major ground war.”
“It’s the first since our war in Afghanistan came to an end,” Obama said, noting that in more than a decade the U.S. “is not engaged in a major ground war.”
The failed provision is a win for President Obama who issued a veto threat over the entire fast-track bill if the amendment passed
UN data shows women disproportionately affected by the Nepal earthquake and Irish voters are poised to legalize same-sex marriage in a national vote today.