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  • Congress must come to agreement on authorizing war on Islamic State

    Congress must come to agreement on authorizing war on Islamic State
    For seven months, the United States has been engaged in military action — war, to put it plainly — against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Yet it's not clear that Congress will provide explicit authorization for airstrikes and the...
  • John Kerry chides a certain governor over 'climate change' ban

    John Kerry chides a certain governor over 'climate change' ban
    WASHINGTON  — Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that elected officials who ban the words “climate change” are unwilling to face the facts, a non-so-subtle dig at Florida Gov. Rick Scott's administration. Kerry, a longtime...
  • Would Obama really 'walk away' from a bad deal with Iran?

     Would Obama really 'walk away' from a bad deal with Iran?
    In November 2013, the U.S. and its allies appeared to be marching in lockstep toward an interim nuclear agreement with Iran, but then France spectacularly broke ranks. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius torpedoed the proposal when he called it "a...
  • Most agree that Iran deal looks bad

    Most agree that Iran deal looks bad
    I believe that The Sun should be focusing on what Secretary of State John Kerry and President Barack Obama have accomplished with their ongoing negotiations with Iran over its nuclear weapons ambitions ("Netanyahu's pointless speech," March 3). While...
  • Questioning actions of U.S. is patriotic

    To many Americans, patriotism consists of waving flags, reciting pledges and attending parades on national holidays — and never questioning our nation's policies. During the Vietnam War, some wore American flag patches and displayed stickers...
  • US-Israel quarrel intensifies over Netanyahu speech

    US-Israel quarrel intensifies over Netanyahu speech
    Trading barbs, the U.S. and Israel escalated their increasingly public spat Wednesday over Benjamin Netanyahu's GOP-engineered congressional speech next week, with the Israeli prime minister accusing world powers of rolling over to allow Tehran to develop...
  • U.S., Israel trade jabs over Netanyahu's 'destructive' speech

    U.S., Israel trade jabs over Netanyahu's 'destructive' speech
    Tension between Israel and the U.S. escalated sharply Wednesday as senior Obama administration officials publicly admonished Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for accepting an invitation to address Congress two weeks before Israeli elections and...
  • Bob Faro: Unity in U.S. and throughout world needed to fight terrorism

    Bob Faro: Unity in U.S. and throughout world needed to fight terrorism
    Daesh, the term most Arabs use to describe what is inaccurately termed Islamic State, is a derogatory term for the terrorist organization, which in no way is Islamic and even less a state. The use of Daesh omits Islam from the description and, in Arab,...
  • Does Cuba still belong on the sponsor of terrorism list?

    Does Cuba still belong on the sponsor of terrorism list?
    While President Barack Obama recently "instructed" Secretary of State John Kerry to review whether Cuba belongs on the State Department's list of "State Sponsors of Terrorism," the Federal Bureau of Investigation offered a reward of "up to $1 million...
  • U.S. weighs more sanctions against Russia over violations in Ukraine

    U.S. weighs more sanctions against Russia over violations in Ukraine
    The Obama administration is weighing a new round of sanctions against Russia in response to its continued "land-grabbing" in eastern Ukraine despite a cease-fire agreement, Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday. Speaking to reporters in London,...
  • New U.S. Defense chief hints at slower troop drawdown in Afghanistan

    Ashton Carter, the new U.S. secretary of Defense, indicated Saturday that he may advise President Obama to consider slowing the drawdown of American troops from Afghanistan due in part to a stronger relationship with the country’s new unity...