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Cantor’s Big Business Agenda Sparks Primary Challenge

FEELING HEAT: House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's flexibility on immigration reform makes him vulnerable to charges that he has lost touch with conservative principles.

Dave Brat is challenging Rep. Eric Cantor in a Republican primary — and giving the House majority leader a verbal thrashing on immigration.

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Not Everyone Enamored With New Senate Proposal

The Federation for American Immigration Reform is not impressed by a new proposal unveiled today by a bipartisan group in the Senate.

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Pentagon Rejects Report Of U.S. Base Overrun By Al-Qaeda

The Pentagon said the base was operated by Libyan personnel and was not operated in secret by U.S. forces.

92.5% Of Syrian Chemical Weapons Removed Or Destroyed: UN

An advance team of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and the United Nations arrives in Damascus, Syria. October 1, 2013. UN Photo/Hend Abdel Ghany

The Assad government has until the end of April to remove the full quantity of its declared 1,433 tons of chemicals.

GOP: Fewer Deportations Equals Fewer Jobs For Americans

Republican senators are asking President Obama to clarify an immigration enforcement review being led by DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.

U.S. Reacts To Kabul Attack

The attack left three Americans dead.

Kennedy Promises Clinton Endorsement After ’08 Snub

Caroline Kennedy was reportedly sought by the Clinton campaign in 2008, but ultimately backed Obama.

US Warns South Sudan: Stop Interfering With United Nations Work

Samantha Power said the government of President Salva Kiir should “work far harder” to stop attacks on the U.N. mission in the country.