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McDonald's Reveals Exactly How Your Beloved Fries Are Made
This step-by-step video show how McDonald's makes their signature French fries.
At Ryder Cup, follow the money
GLENEAGLES, Scotland -- A return to the home of golf, a place where the game so many centuries ago first evolved, took longer than should rightfully be expected. For only the second time in its storied history, the Ryder Cup this week is being played in Scotland. Some of the great links courses dot
Making the Case Against ISIS
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel goes before the Senate Armed Services Committee to make the case for training and arming Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS.
How Low Can He Go?
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES ANOTHER NEW LOW: Barack Obama’s rating for strong leadership has dropped to a new low in the latest ABC News-Washington Post poll released today, hammered by criticism of his work on international crises and a stalled domestic agenda alike, ...
Obama's ISIS Strategy: What We Know So Far
President Obama in recent weeks has offered mixed messages about the threat from Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria and his plan to confront it. Now, he plans to set the record straight and provide greater detail about his strategy in a speech to...
10 Obama Achievements That Should Be on Everyone's Bucket List
After joining the NATO Summit in Wales last week, President Obama flew halfway across England to visit the enigmatic Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England. “Knocked this off my bucket list,” the president said before departing. Considering the privileges of his office, that’s hardly the only ...
5 Stories You'll Care About In Politics This Week
The most intriguing question now may be which side of the gates of hell the Syrian border sits on, at least in the judgment of official Washington. The coming week brings the end of primary season; the beginning of the end of the pre-election congressional session; the end of the beginning stages
President Obama Outlines Plans For Fighting ISIS
After securing international support, the president makes the case at home for a broader military campaign against the militant group.
NATO Allies to Form 'Spearhead' Force; Unresponsive Plane Crashes Near Jamaica
As NATO leaders organize a rapid-response force to address global threats, the third American doctor infected with Ebola arrives in U.S., and family members prepare Joan Rivers' funeral.