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Pentagon Extends Carrier's Deployment by 30 Days to Keep Fighting ISIS
The Pentagon has extended the seven-month deployment of the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman and its strike group by 30 days to keep it in the fight against ISIS and for counter-terrorism missions. Since December, the aircraft carrier has been operating in the Persian Gulf, where its fighter
From Astronauts to Football Coaches: John Kasich’s Most Interesting Endorsements
While Ohio Gov. John Kasich may be trailing his remaining rivals running for the Republican presidential nomination in delegates and votes, he has amassed a wide array of unique endorsements. Nearly every newspaper editorial board that has thrown its support behind a GOP candidate has backed him.
Today in History
Today is Saturday, April 23, the 114th day of 2016. There are 252 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 23, 1616 (Old Style calendar), English poet and dramatist William Shakespeare died in Stratford-upon-Avon on what has traditionally been regarded as the 52nd anniversary
Defense Sec. Ash Carter Visits South China Sea: Why His Visit Matters
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter visited a U.S. aircraft carrier in the South China Sea on Friday, one day after announcing new military aid to the Philippines . The nuclear-powered carrier, the USS John C. Stennis, was traveling about 60 miles west of the Philippines island of Luzon. #SecDef Carter
Who would make the best president from each top 25 CFB team?
In the spirit of Gerald Ford, J.C. Watts and Heath Shuler -- college stars-turned-politicians -- here's a look at which player from each team in Mark Schlabach's Way-Too-Early Top 25 would make the best presidential candidate. 1. Alabama Crimson Tide Shaun Dion Hamilton , Jr., LB: Kirby Smart
LeBron James doesn't mind if social media posts cause conflict
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- LeBron James pulled back the curtain a bit Monday on his recent flurry of tweets and Instagram posts. On one hand, he downplayed the significance of the dispatches. "It's just my mind working, that's all," James said after the Cleveland Cavaliers held shootaround in
The Hurdles Along Michael Bloomberg's Path If He Runs for President
If Michael Bloomberg becomes the second billionaire in the 2016 presidential race , his money won’t necessarily mean he could easily side-step the hurdles facing other candidates. Indeed, he would face more obstacles by not running in one of the established political parties. If the former New York
What To Expect From the Debate Without Trump
ABC News' Political Director Rick Klein previews what to watch for in tonight's debate.
Are We Ready for an Atheist President?
He was asked about his religious. And he said that he doesn't believe in god but admits he's not like actively involved with organized religion which I assume means he does not a terrible attacks temple tap. So cannot understand that but I'm saying he'd. He does not go in the building. He doesn't
Go Inside the Grounds at the Armed Wildlife Refuge Standoff in Oregon
The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in rural, eastern Oregon, is closed until further notice, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says, amid an occupation of the federally owned land by armed militia members. The refuge is remote; located 30 miles outside the nearest town of Diamond, Oregon. The