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Inhofe Raises Impeachment Over Benghazi Scandal

Inhofe noted that the scandal will likely stretch beyond the 2014 election.

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Obama Dines With House Dems

The President has recently hosted Senate Republicans for dinner, attended a meal with women lawmakers and taken a bipartisan foursome out for a round of golf.

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Obama: Americans Must Rally Together To Overcome Job Crisis

In a little over three years, businesses have now created more than 6.5 million new jobs, and the unemployment rate is the lowest that it’s been since 2008, Obama boasted.

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Obama: World Can’t Act On “Perceived” In Syria

Obama suggested that intervening in Syria without direct evidence would resemble the Bush administration’s decision to invade Iraq.

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Obama Condemns Sexual Assault In The Military, Calls For “Consequences”

The President’s remarks come just days after the officer tasked with overseeing the Air Force’s sexual assault prevention program was arrested for allegedly committing sexual battery.

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WH Still Not Sure Which Side Used Chemical Weapons In Syria

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was asked Monday whether President Obama is prepared to intervene in Syria militarily.

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Jason Collins Stumping For Dems

The former Washington Wizards center will be appearing at a New York reception for LGBT supporters along with First Lady Michelle Obama.

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Obama Golfs In Bipartisan Foursome

The President wasjoined by Republican Senators Saxby Chambless (R-Ga.) and Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) as well as Senate Democrat Mark Udall (D-Colo.).

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Obama To Texas Thursday

The president will visit Austin to discuss his plans to grow the economy.

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Obama Says No To Legalizing Marijuana

In a speech in Mexico City on Friday, President Obama shut the door on any possibility that he’ll support efforts in his second term to legalize certain recreational drugs.

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Sec. Carter Announces Flexible Hybrid Electronic Initiative

Flexible hybrid electronics are not a new development, but the initative will “focus on bringing these technologies down the cost curve.”

The World in 2:00 – August 28, 2015

The World in 2:00

Facing December elections and a collapsing economy, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has closed the border with Colombia and ordered thousands deported.

WH: Gun Laws Wouldn’t Have Stopped Virginia Shooter, But Could Save Others

“There are similarly shocking acts of violence that don’t get this attention that could be prevented if Congress, or at least if so many members of Congress, frankly, weren’t scared of the NRA,” Earnest said.

White House On Iran Deal: We’ve Got The Momentum

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest

Earlier Friday, the White House received its 30th vote in its ongoing efforts to preserve the Iran nuclear agreement.

Virginia Teen Sentenced To 11 Years For Assisting Islamic State

Ali Shukri Amin confessed to running the @Amreekiwitness Twitter account, which educated people on how to use bitcoin to covertly fund IS.

Appeals Court Reverses Ruling Against NSA


Back in 2013, a lower court’s decision ordered the NSA to stop the bulk collection of phone records, but the order was delayed while the government weighed its next move.