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The politics of fear. Until recently, that seemed so 10 years ago, right after September 11, 2001. That is, until ISIS started beheading Americans.
He's the war-ending president who, as of Tuesday, has ordered airstrikes in seven different countries (that we know of).
Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb said Tuesday he's "seriously looking" at a potential run for the Democratic nomination.
A small and mostly forgotten provision in the behemoth 2002 Homeland Security Act turned federal auditors famous for investigating non-violent financial crimes into gun-toting sworn officers.
Noting that he had "made clear that America would act as part of a broad coalition," against ISIS, President Obama declared at the White House: "That's exactly what we've done."
Pentagon officials discuss anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria. The Khorasan Group - an al Qaeda offshoot - was also targeted.
The first item on the long list of issues to be addressed at the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week: Climate change.
Speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative, President Obama says expectant mom Chelsea Clinton is welcome to his motorcade.
The problem-plagued F-22 Raptor took part in its first combat mission Monday night, hitting ISIS targets in Syria.
Jeb Bush will be the star attraction at a Republican fundraiser in South Carolina next month, his first trip to an early presidential primary state as a possible contender for the Republican nomination in 2016.
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 targets there, marking a turning point for the conflict and thrusting the President further into it.
Former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that although the conflict in Syria will mean "an extended involvement" for the United States, airstrikes in the region do not mean "a prolonged involvement in a land war."
If Hillary Clinton decides not to run for president -- and yes, that is still possible -- her return to the media lion's den might be a factor in her thinking.
"It's been seven years, and a lot has changed," Hillary Clinton said Sunday in her first visit to Iowa since the state dealt her presidential campaign a devastating body blow.
The Hambycast hits the Harkin Steak Fry and finds a huge media scrum already surrounding Hillary Clinton.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, his eye on the White House, shows up at a South Carolina football game to woo local Republicans.
Hambycast hits S. Carolina, talking 2016 with the man whose endorsement any Democrat running for president will need.
Republicans who want to taint Hillary Clinton are going to lengths to link the former secretary of state with President Barack Obama and his sagging poll numbers.
Despite fears of "mission creep", there are many factors that limit the size and scope of the battle against ISIS, says Julian Zelizer.