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The Crisis In Syria Is Going Where?

The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations held a conference in Washington today to discuss the escalating regional conflict in Syria.

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House Intelligence Chair Says NSA Tracking Halted Terror Plot

“In the last few years this program was used to stop a terrorist attack in the U.S,” Rogers said during a press conference.

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Veterans Affairs Hosting “Boot Camps” To Help End Homelessness

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Hagel Hasn’t Seen Evidence Of Syria Using Chemical Weapons

The U.S. Defense Secretary told reporters that he doesn’t know anything about a French report that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons against opposition forces.

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Service Chiefs Reject Removing Gillibrand’s Sexual Assault Proposal

“I urge that military commanders remain central to the legal process,” General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said.

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Bradley Manning Trial Begins

Manning was initially arrested in May, 2010.

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Report: Sgt. Responsible For Afghan Massacre To Plead Guilty

A plea hearing has been set for June 5th where Bales is expected to give details of the massacre.

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DoD Launches Chat Line For Sexual Assualt Victims

The new service allows victims of sexual assault to participate in group chat sessions so victims can connect with and support one another in a moderated and secure context.

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Suicide Bombing Hits Red Cross Building In Afghanistan

This is the second assault on a humanitarian organization in Afghanistan in less than a week.

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Afghan Security Forces Faring Well In Southwest, Reports Official

The ANA has conducted the latest security operations in and around Sangin on their own , utilizing only U.S. medevac capabilities.

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Tuesday, January 27

● Court rebuffs Sen. Reid’s money man

● Cupid opens wallet for love

● Arsenic comes from underground petroleum

● Scientists blame climate change for winter storm

● Drug smuggling trio bagged by night hunters

● FDA approves generic Nexium

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – January 27, 2015

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President Obama cuts short his India visit to meet the new Saudi king, Greek PM Tsipras unveils his new cabinet and the East Coast is slammed by a blizzard.

US: Mariupol Attack is Russian Plot to Form Crimean Land Bridge

Dashcam footage reveals the moment artillery fire hit the Ukrainian city of Mariupol on Saturday, January 24, 2015.

“The targets are fresh ones, but Russia’s end goal remains the same: to seize more territory,” Ambassador Samantha Power told the U.N. Security Council.

Supreme Court Telegraphs Huge Blow To Obamacare?

Given the importance of the subsidy program to the overall success of Obamacare, its future may well hinge on the decision

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – January 26, 2015

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At the U.N. Security Council the United States accuses Russia of assisting in the weekend assault on the city of Mariupol, Ukraine.

Pentagon Essay Contest Honors Dead Saudi King

“I found the king to be a man of remarkable character and courage,” Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in a statement.