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Tomahawk missiile launch, ISIS, Syria

Obama: Syria strikes show 'this is not America's fight alone'

The United States is doing what it must to "take the fight to terrorists," leading a coalition of Arab nations in a series of airstrikes against the so-called…

Slain trooper's PA funeral

Pa. manhunt enters 11th day; schools reopen

A line of law enforcement vehicles stretched for a mile along a rural Pennsylvania road Tuesday as the hunt for suspected cop-killer Eric Matthew Frein entered…

Cruise missile strikes against ISIS, Syria

Al Qaeda group in Syria plots against U.S.

Among the targets of U.S. strikes across Syria early Tuesday was the Khorasan Group -- a collection of senior al Qaeda members who have moved into…

Alabama UPS shooting

3 people dead in Alabama UPS shooting

A recently-fired employee opened fire at a UPS facility in Inglenook, Alabama, on Tuesday, killing two people before taking his own life, authorities…

Congress Agrees On Payroll Tax Cut

Congress reacts to Syria airstrikes

As the Pentagon launched a barrage of airstrikes into Syria late Monday, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, who was an early backer of President Obama's first…

F-22 Fighter

Embattled F-22 goes into combat

The problem-plagued F-22 Raptor took part in its first combat mission Monday night, hitting ISIS targets in Syria.

Smog over Los Angeles

Obama warns on climate change at U.N.

President Barack Obama told a United Nations meeting on Tuesday that pollution must be contained to address climate change.

Specifically, he called out China,…

Idlib, Syria, airstrikes aftermath

How Obama came to launch strikes in Syria

President Barack Obama's policy toward Syria -- three years of red lines and calls for regime change -- culminated Monday in a barrage of airstrikes on terror…

Ebola, West Africa doctors

CDC: Ebola cases could reach 550,000 by 2015

The number of Ebola cases in Liberia and Sierra Leone could rise to between 550,000 and 1.4 million by January if there are no "additional interventions or…

Port of Los Angeles dock fire

Smoke from LA port fire threatens neighbors

People living downwind of the Port of Los Angeles were warned to stay indoors because of potentially toxic smoke from a wharf fire Tuesday morning.

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