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Interactive: Presidents historically have ignored War Powers Resolution

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President Obama’s decision to consult Congress about striking Syria brought him in line with the War Powers Resolution, a 1970s statute that both he and his White House predecessors have defied, epitomizing a broader constitutional clash about executive authority and the definition of combat. Since World War II, presidents including Obama have seized a greater amount of control over military...

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