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Indiana Politician Commissions Humorous Billboard for Campaign
The witty advertisement promotes her bid for County Treasurer.
Presence of Turkish Troops in Northern Iraq Angers Baghdad
Tucked behind Bashiqa Mountain in northern Iraq, some 500 Turkish troops stationed alongside a local militia say they are training and arming Iraqi fighters to help defeat the Islamic State group
US Forces Increasing Iraq Footprint Ahead of Mosul Operation
U.S. troops will be engaged more closely than ever in fighting against Islamic State group militants as they back Iraqi forces in the long-anticipated assault on Mosul
Ben Stiller Opens Up About Secret Cancer Battle
The "GMA" team of insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
VP Candidates Go on Attack in Debate Showdown
Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence defended their respective running mates in the vice presidential debate in Virginia.
President Obama: Hillary Clinton 'Has Never Forgotten Who She Is Fighting For'
At the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Obama praises Clinton's dedication to the American people.
FULL TEXT: President Barack Obama's 2016 Democratic National Convention Speech
Below is the full text of President Barack Obama’s speech to the Democratic National Convention in Cleveland, July 27, 2016. Thank you, everybody. Thank you. I love you back. Hello, America. Hello Democrats. So, 12 years ago, tonight, I addressed this convention for the very first time. You met my
Leon Panetta Interrupted by 'No More War' Chants as He Blasts Trump
I have worked. Alongside nine presidents. Republican. And Democrat. All experience. All believing. In the US role in moral leadership. I can tell you this. That in this election. There is only one candidate for president who has the experience that temperament and the judgment to be commander in
Leon Panetta Interrupted by 'No More War' Chants as He Blasts Trump at the Democratic Convention
Former CIA director and defense secretary Leon Panetta blasted Donald Trump over foreign policy tonight, calling a vote for him "deadly serious," but a faction of delegates tried to shout him down throughout his remarks. Delegates from Oregon initially erupted, briefly interrupting his remarks by