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Rep. Andre Carson: Americans Will 'Push Back' on Anti-Muslim Rhetoric Because it's 'Dangerous'
The congressman and executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations are interviewed on "This Week."
Donald Trump Unites Democrats, Republicans Against His Plan to Bar Muslims From Entering US
Bipartisanship is breaking out in Washington over Donald Trump ’s latest comments on Muslims . The presidential contender brought Democrats and Republicans together in condemnation of his plans to bar Muslims from entering the United States. “Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete
Department of Justice Will Go After Anti-Muslim Hate Speech
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch pledged that the Department of Justice will go after hate speech that might incite violence against the Muslim community, she told a crowd of Muslim-Americans and supporters Thursday night. “Obviously this is a country that is based on free speech,” Lynch told
Rep . Andre Carson : Tea Party Wants To See Blacks ‘Hanging On A Tree’
ABC News’ Amy Bingham reports: While Republican presidential candidates arrange and re-arrange their schedules in an attempt to court Tea Partiers, one House Democratic member of the Congressional Black Caucus is blasting the conservative group for trying to take America back to the days of...
Ban on Military Suicide Condolences Lifted
Obama reverses policy on letters to families of soldiers who commit suicide.
The Note: Pain At The Pump And Uncertainty Around The World Test Obama Again
From the shores of Tripoli to the shores of Japan and the U.S. West Coast to gas stations around the country where the price of a gallon of gas is inching up by the day, President Obama will have his hands full at a press conference scheduled Friday morning.
Muslim Rep. 'Deeply Concerned' About King Hearings
As a proud American and proud Muslim I am deeply concerned. represented games games at a time and we should be actively working together to strengthen relationships across the Muslim world. To help fight extremism. Represented king's hearings risked tearing down some that was that we have But it's
Lawmakers on Edge, Reassessing Security, After Gabrielle Giffords Shooting
Most Lawmakers Provide Their Own Security and Want to Be Out, Among the People
The Note: Arizona Shooting Touches Off Fierce Debate Over Political Rhetoric
Yesterday’s killing rampage in Arizona that left 6 dead and 20 wounded, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who remains in critical condition at a Tucson hospital, immediately set off a debate about the tone of the country’s political discourse.