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  • Lamborn: Generals should resign with 'glory'

    A Republican member of the House Armed Services Committee said U.S. generals should resign "in a blaze of glory" if they disagree with President Obama's foreign policy.

  • Allred: NFL let player accused of rape play

    Lawyer Gloria Allred is accusing the NFL of allowing a player to participate in a football game after he was accused of rape.

  • Pentagon spending $10 million a day fighting ISIS: Hagel

    Pentagon officials had previously estimated the cost at $7.5 million a day, but that was before the campaign was extended to Syria on Monday.

  • Obama has 'full confidence' in Secret Service

    President Obama met Thursday night with Secret Service Director Julia Pierson about her initial assessment of why and how the incident occurred.

  • White House OK with lame-duck AG pick

    The White House on Friday wouldn't reveal the timing of President Obama's nomination to replacing outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder but argued that Republicans should quickly support the nominee, even if it comes before January.

  • What's a war without a code name?

    When the U.S. military strikes, its leaders often choose colorful code names for the operation that sometimes stick in history, like Operation Overlord or Rolling Thunder or Desert Storm.

  • Boehner to Obama: Don't go soft on Iran

    "Iran is a state-sponsor of terror," Boehner said in a statement. "It has no interest in a stable, strong Iraq."

  • Dems urge Obama to regulate methane emissions from oil and gas

    Fifteen Senate Democrats pressed President Obama to regulate emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas produced during hydraulic fracturing and delivery of natural gas through pipelines.

  • British approve airstrikes in Iraq

    The British Parliament in an emergency session overwhelmingly voted to approve airstrikes against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria targets in Iraq.

  • GDP rebounds, rising 4.6 percent

    The economy grew at a 4.6 percent clip in the second quarter, the Commerce Department reported Friday, rebounding from a decline of 2.1 percent in the first quarter.

  • Canadian oil sands project shelved over lack of pipelines, rising costs

    Shelving the proposed multibillion-dollar Corner oil sands project in Alberta, Canada, for three years will cost 70 people their jobs, Statoil Canada said.

  • EEOC files first transgender-discrimination lawsuits

    The EEOC accused both companies of firing long-standing employees after they came out as transgender and informed the company that would soon begin to dress as the opposite sex at work.

  • Hot-tubbing GSA official indicted over lavish trips

    A San Francisco grand jury has indicted a former General Services Administration official whose lavish trips on the taxpayer's dime and whose image relaxing in a hot tub in 2012 became a symbol of government fraud and abuse.

  • Changed Senate rule eases way for Holder successor

    Democratic changes to the filibuster last year should give President Obama's attorney general pick a gliding path through the Senate in the lame-duck session.

  • Rubio advises Obama on India

    "Unfortunately, the Obama administration has neglected the relationship and failed to build on the significant accomplishments of the George W. Bush administration in strengthening U.S.-India relations," Rubio wrote in an op-ed for the Daily Signal.



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