US recognizes Syria’s main rebel group, Obama says

President Barack Obama declared Syria's main opposition group the sole "legitimate representative" of its country's people Tuesday, deeming the move "a big step" in the international diplomatic efforts to end Syrian President Bashar Assad's embattled regime.

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Louisiana Gov. Jindal to reportedly sue federal government over Common CoreComments Off

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal reportedly will file a lawsuit against the Obama administration in federal court Wednesday, claiming that the Department of Education has illegally manipulated grant money and regulations to force states to adopt the controv…

Missouri Senator says police departments should mandate body cameras for officers before receiving federal fundsComments Off

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., has said that police departments across America should require officers to wear body cameras before they can receive federal funds. 

Obama’s Third Term? The historical urge that could hurt HillaryComments Off

The country has shown a natural tendency to rotate the presidency between the parties, at least for the last 60 years.

US reportedly recruiting allies to support expanded airstrikes, Syrian oppositionComments Off

The Obama administration is pressing U.S. allies to increase their support for moderate rebel groups in Syria, as well as possible military operations, according to a published report.

Coast Guard boat fires on Iran-flagged vessel in Persian Gulf, officials sayComments Off

A small U.S. Coast Guard boat fired a single shot toward an armed Iranian-flagged ship in the Persian Gulf during a brief encounter on Tuesday, a potentially provocative incident in a volatile area.

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