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How Idaho Shooting Suspect Kyle Odom Was Able to Fly to DC
Kyle Odom, the suspect in the Sunday shooting of a pastor in Idaho, had no trouble getting all the way to Washington, D.C ., where he was arrested at the White House Tuesday night. He simply boarded a plane in Boise, Idaho and off he flew. His flight underscores a gap in the screening system for
Nation Split on Obama's Resolution to Take Action on Gun Violence
The president is expected to issue an executive order for stricter gun laws, drawing anger from the NRA.
Hillary Clinton's Opening Remarks in ABC News Democratic Debate
In her opening remarks at the ABC News' Democratic debate, Clinton argued the Democrats have "to prevent the Republicans from rolling back the progress" that Democrats have made.
Democratic Presidential Candidates: Where They Agree and Disagree on Gun Control
The tragedies in San Bernardino and Umpqua Community College in Oregon earlier this fall elevated the issue of gun control in the 2016 presidential race and all three Democratic candidates are calling for stricter measures to limit gun sales and tighten ownership requirements. At the top of the
Mike Huckabee Joins the View
Presidential candidate talks gun control, fighting ISIS and whether or not Syrian Refugees should be allowed to enter the U.S.
How GOP Presidential Candidates Would Tackle ISIS
Republican presidential candidates were quick to criticize President Obama's address to the nation about ISIS Sunday night, and several of them detailed how they would defeat the terrorist group. From "carpet bombing" the Islamic State to using "cyber weapons," here's a look at what some of the
President Obama's To-Do List for Congress: Mostly Dead-on-Arrival
While he didn’t announce any new policies last night, President Obama did outline his wish list for Congress. Just one item -- the visa waiver overhaul – is likely to see action on Capitol Hill. Here’s a look at where things stand. REQUEST: “Congress should act to make sure no one on a no-fly list
2016 Presidential Candidates React to Obama's Oval Office Address on Terrorism
As President Obama declared in a rare Oval Office address to the nation on Sunday night that last week's mass shooting in San Bernardino, California was an "act of terrorism designed to kill innocent people," Republican presidential candidates were quick to weigh in. GOP frontrunner Donald Trump
President Obama Reveals New Strategy Against ISIS
The president outlined steps taken after San Bernardino shooting and urged Congress to act on gun control measures.
President Obama Lays Out Strategy for Fighting ISIS
The Commander-in-Chief discussed what we should and shouldn't do in response to terrorism.