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Obama to Putin: Move the troops

The crisis in Ukraine has been unfolding for weeks, and recently culminated in the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Since then, Russia has been amassing troops at the border of Ukraine and Obama has finally decided to talk tough.

Misplaced priorities

The world is on the verge of chaos. We have Vladimir Putin taking over part of Ukraine. There's no word on the missing Malaysian airliner. You'd think President Obama would have his priorities in order.

The referendum in Crimea

Over the weekend, residents of Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine and join Russia. This leaves the United States, the EU and the rest of the world to decide what's next in this international standoff with Vladimir Putin.

Training Veterans for Their Next Mission

Since 2001, two million men and women have completed tours of service in the U.S. military and returned to civilian life. An additional million will leave the armed forces over the next five years.

Obama's pre-Super Bowl interview

Before kickoff yesterday, Fox News' Bill O'Reilly sat down with President Obama in a ten minute interview. When challenged on issues such as Benghazi, the IRS targeting conservatives, and ObamaCare, Obama seemed defensive, going so far as to blame Fox News.

Benghazi Bombshell

It has been well over a year since the deadly terrorist attack in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 and we are just now learning (or confirming) crucial details.

A Bad Deal On Iran

Over the weekend, the United States along with five other countries agreed to a deal on Iran's nuclear capabilities. The only people who seem very pleased with the deal are the Iranians and the Obama administration. Should that worry us?

Radical Islamists Attack in Kenya

Over the weekend radical Islamists attacked a shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya killing at least 68 people and wounding hundreds more. This is just the latest horrific example of the dangerous rise of radical Islam.

The politics of the DC shooting

It goes without saying that politics played a very immediate role in the coverage and reaction to the shooting, and it will no doubt continue as the story unfolds.

Rampage In DC

As thousands of Americans were showing up to work this morning around 8am ET at the Washington Navy Yard, they were met with gunfire, which killed at least six people and wounding countless others. Those numbers are likely to change as we learn more details of this tragedy. Our hearts and prayers go out to those affected by this shooting and we will keep you up to speed with the latest updates throughout the program today.

Reflecting on 9/11

September 11th will forever be a day that Americans remember. Throughout the day, memorial services and moments of silence have reverberated throughout America. From New York to Washington to Pennsylvania and beyond, let us never forget those who lost their lives too soon at the hands of evil. While today is steeped in tragedy, the stories of brave heroism remind us all of the true strength of American character.

Showdown in Syria: Friday Update

Barack Obama held a press conference this morning from the G20 summit in Russia. As expected, the main topic of discussion was the showdown in Syria.