The U.S. military is sharing intelligence with the French military about Islamic State targets inside the terror group’s de-facto headquarters in Raqqa, Syria, and has pledged to broaden such cooperation, a senior American defense official told Fox News on Monday.
Hillary Clinton and the other Democratic presidential candidates are being criticized for declining in Saturday night’s debate to use the worlds “radical Islam,” following the deadly terror attacks in Paris.
The U.S. flag is being lowered to half-staff at the White House, federal buildings across the country and American military and diplomatic stations around the world as a mark of respect for victims of the Paris attacks.
Republican lawmakers suggested Sunday that France use NATO powers to retaliate against the Islamic State group that killed at least 129 people during a weekend terror attack that French President Francois Hollande has called “an act of war.”
A Democratic candidate for the Minnesota House ended his campaign Sunday, hours after he tweeted that the Islamic State group “isn’t necessarily evil” and its members were doing what they thought was best for their community.
A Democratic candidate for Minnesota state representative is ending his campaign because of backlash to a post he made on social media about the Islamic State.
An outspoken Democratic senator is challenging the EPA’s controversial power plant regulations by alleging they are based on a failing Canadian project, saying it makes “no sense” to force U.S. coal-fired plants to meet the new standards using unproven technology.
President Barack Obama said Sunday in a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the G-20 summit that the attacks in Paris were an “attack on the civilized world” and “the skies have been darkened” by the horrific assaulted.
Hillary Clinton faced tough criticism Saturday night from her Democratic rivals over everything from her Middle East policies to her swaying stance on gun control to her Wall Street ties, at a debate that saw both Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley step up their attacks on the party’s front-runner.
The Democratic presidential candidates faced off for their second debate Saturday night, with the issues of terrorism and national security thrust back into the spotlight in the wake of the deadly Paris attacks.