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Washington Weighing Options For Dealing With ISIS

Posted On August 23, 2014

(Undated) -- The call for the Obama administration to order airstrikes on ISIS inside Syrian borders is growing. U.S. jets bombed ISIS forces at a dam in Iraq Saturday. Friday, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have issued a joint bulletin to law enforcement agencies across the country telling them to stay alert for…

British Rapper May Be Terrorist Who Killed American Reporter

Posted On August 23, 2014

(Undated) -- Counterterrorism experts hope to identify the man who killed an American reporter on video earlier this week. Among the leading suspects is a British rapper whose father is awaiting trial in New York in connection with two U.S. embassy bombings. Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary left the U.K. to fight in the Syrian civil last…

Gaza Rockets Kills Israeli Boy, Wound Eight

Posted On August 22, 2014

(Jerusalem) -- A four-year-old Israeli boy is dead from the latest barrage of rockets fired from Gaza by Hamas militants. Eight more people were wounded Friday as around 100 rockets and mortar shells were launched at Israel in a 24-hour period. The boy is the first Israeli child to be killed in the recent round…

Official: Foley Execution A Terror Attack Against America

Posted On August 22, 2014

(Martha's Vineyard, MA) -- The execution of James Foley amounts to more than just murder.   That's Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes, who spoke on the issue Friday from Martha's Vineyard, where the President is vacationing. Rhodes mentioned that Foley's brutal murder by ISIS is an affront and an attack against the country. Rhodes…

White House Official Condemns Russia’s Actions In Ukraine

Posted On August 22, 2014

(Washington, DC) -- The White House is speaking out against Russia's moves in Ukraine.   That's Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes. Moscow claims the trucks are to provide humanitarian aid. Rhodes says negotiations for that convoy required the International Committee of the Red Cross to be involved, and that hasn't happened. Rhodes described it…