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Lawmaker Looking to Make NFL Pay for Redskins Name


Sen. Cantwell is proposing to eliminate the NFL’s tax-exempt status because the league has not mandated the Washington Redskins to change their name.






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Obama 'Shocked' by Ray Rice Video, McDonough Says


White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough explains President Obama’s reaction to Ray Rice’s NFL suspension.






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Dempsey: Not Possible to Totally Destroy ISIS With Military Force


Gen. Martin Dempsey tells a Senate committee that military force alone will not completely destroy ISIS.






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Race of the Day: Southerland vs. Graham in Florida


The race in this Florida Panhandle district pits a Tea Party incumbent against the daughter of a beloved former Florida senator and governor.






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Hagel Tells Senate Defeating ISIS Won't Be Easy, Won't Be Brief


U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at Tuesday's Senate hearing on President Obama's strategy to confront ISIS militants in the Mideast.






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Boehner: Plan to Train Syrian Rebels is 'Sound'


House Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama’s request to train and equip moderate Syrian rebels “is a sound one.”






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Dempsey: ISIS Fight Will Not Be 'Shock and Awe'


Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey told lawmakers that the terror threat in Iraq and Syria is “a generational problem."






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ISIS Fight Will Not Be 'Shock and Awe,' Top General Says


Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey told lawmakers that the terror threat in Iraq and Syria is “a generational problem."






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Watch Live: Senate Hearing on ISIS


Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Gen. Martin Dempsey testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee.






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Protesters Kicked Out of Senate ISIS Hearing


Protesters are told to leave Tuesday’s Senate hearing with U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel after disrupting the proceedings multiple times.






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Protester Kicked Out of Senate ISIS Hearing


A woman is told to leave Tuesday’s Senate hearing with U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel after disrupting the proceedings multiple times.






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What Now For Latino Vote Mobilizers?


Latino vote mobilizers say they will try to persuade potential voters that "the moment we stay home is when our issues are off the table."






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Obama Embraces Role of Commander, Not Campaigner, In Chief


The White House has concluded that the best political assistance they can provide Democrats before midterms is for the president to go be president.






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Price of War: Will Obama Split the Tab of ISIS Fight?


Wars are always expensive. But it helps if someone else helps pick up the tab.
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Price of War: Will Obama Split the Tab of ISIS Fight With Allies?


Wars are always expensive. But it helps if someone else helps pick up the tab.






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Obama Awards Medal of Honor to Two Vietnam Heroes


Army Command Sgt. Maj. Bennie G. Adkins, 80, and Army Spc. Donald P. Sloat, who died in combat were awarded the Medal of Honor Monday.






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'I'm Back': Hillary Clinton Drops 2016 Hints in Iowa


Hillary Clinton visits Iowa, which is the state that helped doom her presidential ambitions in 2008.






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House GOP Moves to Authorize Training Syrian Rebels


House Republicans are working to approve President Barack Obama’s request to equip and train moderate Syrian rebels.






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Whose Boots on the Ground? U.S. Builds ISIS Coalition


The challenge the United States faces: If we’re not committing ground forces, how do you persuade other countries and entities to do it?






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Bush 41 Backs Republican in Georgia


George H.W. Bush endorsed Georgia Republican Senate candidate David Perdue over the head of his nonprofit service organization, Michelle Nunn.






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