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  • Delays Didn't Necessarily Cause Deaths, VA Report Finds

    When it was revealed in April that Veterans Affairs officials had maintained secret wait lists and covered up wait times for veterans seeking health care, the deaths of at least 40 such veterans stoked national outrage. But those long wait times and cover-ups didn’t cause the deaths, according to report released today by the VA’s inspector general.

  • Obama Approves ISIS Surveillance Flights Over Syria

    President Obama has approved U.S military surveillance flights over Syria to track the Islamic militant group ISIS, a group that American warplanes have been attacking in neighboring Iraq, ABC News has confirmed.

  • 12 Races to Watch in Arizona, Florida, Vermont, and Oklahoma

    Residents in four states are voting today.

  • The Note: Obama Mulls Options for Airstrikes Over Syria

    By JOHN R. PARKINSON (@jparkABC) NOTABLES OBAMA APPROVES ISIS SURVEILLANCE FLIGHTS OVER SYRIA: President Obama has approved U.S military surveillance flights over Syria to track the Islamic militant group ISIS, a group that American warplanes have been attacking in neighboring Iraq, ABC News has confirmed. The...

  • The Note: Foley Video on the Campaign Trail

    By CHRIS GOOD (@c_good) NOTABLES SENATE CAMPAIGN USES PHOTO OF JAMES FOLEY’S EXECUTIONER. In a video posted to his campaign’s YouTube account Monday, New Mexico Senate candidate Allen Weh uses a brief still image of American journalist James Foley’s executioner. The image of Foley’s executioner,...

  • House Clears Up to $350K for Lawsuit Against Obama

    The House of Representatives has hired Baker & Hostetler, one of America’s largest law firms, to the tune of $500 an hour, but a total not to exceed $350,000, to represent the lower chamber in its lawsuit against President Obama. In one of its final...

  • Oklahoma Sued for Drawing the Blinds on Botched Execution

    Journalists cite state’s “willy-nilly� action as First Amendment violation.

  • Senate Campaign Uses Photo of Foley's Executioner

    In a video posted to his campaign's YouTube account today, New Mexico Senate candidate Allen Weh uses a brief still image of American journalist James Foley's executioner -- a move that critics say is "offensive."

  • North Carolina Senate Race 2014

    North Carolina Senate Race 2014

  • Searching for a Hero/Villain to Unite America

    Many of us are looking to have the word "united" practiced more in the United States in order to address all our hopes and dreams. as a great hero (mostly hardcore Democrats) and part of the country sees him as a terrible villain (mostly hardcore Republicans). This is almost a mirror image of how things were when President George W. Bush held the nation's highest office.

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