WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration searched for answers Wednesday about a reported chemical weapons attack in Syria that would mark the most flagrant violation yet of the U.S. "red line" for potential military action. But the possibility of intervention seemed ever smaller after America's top general offered a starkly pessimistic assessment of options.
ORRVILLE, Ohio (AP) — House Republicans are using town hall meetings and other gatherings in their districts to push an anti-Washington message even though they're in charge of the House.
Like many government documents released by the government, much of the classified information the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court order released on Wednesday was redacted and blacked out. This may leave the casual reader a bit confused with the fragmented sentences and random structure.
A new poll from Gallup shows a fascinating divide in the satisfaction workers feel in their jobs. The poll breaks down opinions by both race and gender. For the most part, there aren't many divergences. But the few gaps are striking.
White House demands U.N. investigation, warns Assad regime
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says it's "deeply concerned" about reports that chemical weapons were used by Syria's government against civilians.
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WASHINGTON -- An alleged clandestine deal in which Zimbabwe might sell sensitive nuclear material to Iran could revive debate over the Persian Gulf nation’s ability to import uranium ore, despite international sanctions.