US Vet Seeks Asylum For Iraqi Man Who Saved His Life By
For the past two years, a former Green Beret soldier has been fighting a battle to gain political asylum for his brother in arms, a man he simply calls The Captain, a soldier who fought alongside him during two tours in Iraq.
Republicans Continue Efforts To Derail Iran Deal, Target White House Pro-Deal PR Campaign By
"I think there are some people who have some explaining to do when it comes to the wildly false accusations that they made about the Iran deal. And it's not the administration. It's Republicans who are demonstrably wrong when it comes to the Iran deal."
Poll: Two-Thirds Of Americans Would Struggle To Cover $1,000 Emergency By
The findings in the AP-NORC poll illuminate how many Americans' frustrations over the economy, income inequality and insecurity about their financial futures has contributed to this dizzying presidential election season.
Auction For Gun That Killed Trayvon Martin Sabotaged By
At one point early Friday, the bidding surpassed $65 million with the leading bidder using the screen name "Racist McShootFace."
‘Self-Funded’ Billionare Donald Trump Preparing To Seek Big-Donor Money By
Trump is only now beginning to turn his attention to this kind of big money. A decision on how fully to embrace outside groups is fraught with possible charges of hypocrisy, since he has called them "corrupt."
US Struggles To Convince Iraqis It Doesn’t Support ISIS By
"They took out Saddam in two weeks, but they can't finish IS in two years?" asked Falih, another Iraqi who asked that his last name not be used out of security concerns. "It just doesn't make sense."
Doubts Rise Over TTIP As France Threatens To Block EU-US Deal By
French president rejects trade pact in current form as lead negotiator blames Washington for impasse a day after leak revealed ‘irreconcilable’ differences.
Senator Calls For Investigation Over Billboards That Spy On Passing Cell Phones By
"A person's cellphone should not become a James Bond-like personal tracking device for a corporation to gather information about consumers without their consent,"
WI Governer Signs Bill Blocking Immigrants And Homeless From Getting IDs To Vote By
Walker Signs Bill Blocking Communities From Issuing IDs For Voting.
Obama Meets With Saudi King Amidst Strained Tensions By
he visit for a Persian Gulf summit comes against the backdrop of increasingly strained U.S. relations with the Saudis, who remain deeply opposed to his outreach to Iran and skeptical of his approach to Syria.