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Obama visits North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Barack Obama traveled to a Native American reservation in North Dakota, his first visit as US president to "Indian Country," where he focused Friday on education and economic development. The president, accompanied by First Lady Michelle Obama, visited……

GOP’s Inhofe: Obama is ‘supporting the enemy’ and I could leak classified info to prove it

Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) suggested President Barack Obama might be a terrorist supporter and said he’s considered releasing classified information to hurt the administration. The ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee appeared Thursday on the Family Research Council’s “Washington Watch,” reported Right Wing Watch, where he discussed the…

Obama on military aid to Iraq: ‘I don’t rule out anything’

Jihadists moved nearer to Baghdad Thursday after capturing a town just hours to the north, as President Barack Obama said Washington was exploring all options to save Iraq’s security forces from collapse. With the militants closing in on the capital, forces from Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region took control of Kirkuk,…

Obama at D-Day: ‘Whenever the world makes you cynical –- stop and think of these men’

Barack Obama on Friday paid poetic tribute to the men who breached "Hitler's Wall" and stormed ashore to liberate Europe on D-Day, saying their sacrifice secured a still-evolving age of democracy and freedom. The US president, speaking as a commander……

Hillary Clinton recalls foreign policy disagreements with Obama in memoir

By Gabriel Debenedetti WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton writes in her new book that she raised concerns about a swap of Taliban prisoners when she was President Barack Obama’s secretary of state and disagreed with his decision not to arm Syrian rebels, CBS News reported. CBS News…

Conservative bloggers were for Bergdahl release until Obama did it

It turns out some of the Obama administration’s most dogged critics were for the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl – “using all means available, including force” – before they were against it. PJ Media promoted a White House petition in January calling for the release of the soldier held captive…

Obama unveils $1 billion security plan for eastern Europe

President Barack Obama on Tuesday unveiled a $1 billion US security plan for eastern Europe aimed at allaying fears over a resurgent Kremlin and the escalating pro-Russian uprising in ex-Soviet Ukraine. Obama launched a major tour of Europe in Warsaw where he will attend celebrations of the 25th anniversary of…

Obama’s counterterrorism doctrine: Let locals lead the fight

In a foreign policy address this week, U.S. President Barack Obama gave his clearest outline yet of his counterterrorism strategy. Al Qaeda splinter groups remain the largest threat to the United States, he said, but Washington must respond to it in a new way: by training local security forces, not…

Obama spokesman Jay Carney steps down after three years, Josh Earnest to take his place

By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – After more than three years of jousting with the White House press corps, President Barack Obama’s chief spokesman, Jay Carney, will step down next month to pursue yet-to-be-named opportunities, Obama announced on Friday. Carney’s deputy, Josh Earnest, will take his place, the president said.…

Obama will let states decide how to cut greenhouse gas emissions

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