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Pentagon Officials Hold News Conference on Latest Airstrikes
Gen. Martin Dempsey says the U.S. wants to ensure that the fight on the ground against ISIS is the Iraq military's "campaign, enabled by America."
Eight States Go to the Polls: More Voters Cast Ballots Than Any Other Primary Day
Today more Americans are able to vote than any other day this primary season, in fact this number of voters won’t go to the polls again until November. Eight states are voting today including Mississippi, Iowa, California, New Jersey, South Dakota, Montana, Alabama, and New...
Roseanne's Run for President
We're gonna kicking back and it's getting a little bit of a lower economic income one of the more entertaining aspects of the election has always right in. People get very very creative but. A comedian Roseanne she was actually on the ballot in three states but then she also had some pretty good
President Roseanne? Comedian Gets Thousands of Votes
Comedian Roseanne Barr and peace activist Cindy Sheehan could have been elected president and vice president if more than 40,000 voters had had their way. Thousands more online said they'd prefer that porn legend Ron Jeremy take the helm as leader of the free world. While it was not known how many
Roseanne Barr To Run Presidential Campaign Ads In California
ABC News’ Michael Falcone reports: One presidential candidate is buying television airtime in California, but it’s not Mitt Romney or Barack Obama. It’s former sitcom star Roseanne Barr, who is running as the Peace and Freedom Party’s presidential candidate. Media tracking sources tell ABC News ...
Soldiers' Mothers React to War Criticism
Asked in commercial break how many of you knew someone else in the Roman and virtually everyone in the room raised their hands it and you said you know each other. I have been killed that's how we met we've met at meetings like this so yes we can have all met and this is why this is what we have
Occupy Wall Street: Thousands Join the Movement
The Occupy Wall Street movement that has sparked protests across the nation and the world enters its fifth week today as more demonstrations are planned. This weekend, the protests and demonstrations expanded across Europe and in Asia and Australia. In London this morning, outside St Paul's
White House considering releasing bin Laden photo
The White House is considering whether to release photographs of Osama bin Laden taken after Navy SEALs killed him, but administration officials are concerned the image is too gruesome to share. Press secretary Jay Carney said Tuesday that officials are concerned about the "sensitivity" of
March 17, 2007: March on the Pentagon
Four years after U.S. invasion in Iraq, thousands protest in Washington, D.C.
The President's Vacation
As the economies flutters the Afghan war intensifies and the debate over Islam and ground zero rages. Obama's trying to enjoy a bit of R&R tonight. For most August is a time for down time but can the leader of the free world ever really get away from all senior White House correspondent Jake