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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.
David Gergen says the White House's war against ISIS is getting off to a rough start and needs to be set right
The militant group ISIS represents a "very significant potential threat to homeland security," and officials have a "good sense" of the individuals from the United States who are trying to travel to Syria and fight with the terrorist group, the secretary of Homeland Security said Monday on CNN.
Congress had already left town as the Pentagon launched a barrage of airstrikes inside Syria late Monday, so most of the reaction from lawmakers came from those who had pressed the administration to act sooner to destroy the terror group.
John King, Jackie Kucinich & Olivier Knox on what the baby may mean for the future of politics (or political speeches).
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest announces a review after recent incidents of intruders on White House grounds.
Democrats are running ads on social issues like abortion. Are they the issues on voters' radar in this election?
Embattled Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is enlisting high-profile GOP leaders to help his re-election chances, including former Senate majority leader and fellow Kansan Robert Dole.
As U.S. airstrikes begin against ISIS in Syria. five Arab nations join the attack. CNN's Michelle Kosinski has more.
Just hours after an ISIS spokesman called on the group's foreign fighters to carry out attacks on coalition countries led by the United States in the battle against the terrorist group, a senior Obama administration official warned the international community is not prepared to respond to such threats.
If the U.S. has to send combat soldiers to fight ISIS, we had better be prepared for even more veterans with PTSD, writes Carol Costello
U.S. jets began airstrikes in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, early Tuesday, the first strikes against the terror group inside the country since President Barack Obama's announcement this month that he was prepared to expand the American efforts beyond targets in Iraq, a U.S. official told CNN.
Dr. Ben Carson, a renowned neurosurgeon who rose to GOP fame last year, has long hinted that he's interested in a 2016 presidential run, and Monday he said the likelihood of him jumping in the race is "strong."
A new poll indicates that nearly half of New Jersey residents think it's "kind of cool" that their governor is a superfan of The Boss.