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Following string of recent attacks on US troops by Afghan trainees, officials will stop training Afghan Local Police for at least a month to give Americans time to redo vetting of new recruits.
Mitt Romney’s campaign boasts it is closing digital gap between the campaigns, as an all-out battle for votes takes place on Twitter feeds, Facebook walls and Google chat rooms.
ICE chief of staff and senior Obama administration appointee Suzanne Barr is resigning amid allegations of lewd behavior toward employees, which she calls unfounded, FoxNews.com learns.
President Obama heads to Iowa to rally supporters ahead of next week’s DNC, while GOP presidential nominee Romney looks to keep enthusiasm of RNC alive.
Fair attendees across US told not to pet pigs over fear of ‘new’ swine flu spreading from animals to humans
Floodwaters recede, power comes on and businesses open ahead of the holiday weekend, as the state begins to rebuild after Hurricane Isaac.
State attorney general promises appeal after federal judge blocks measure to restrict early voting to military and those overseas — a ruling seen as a victory for Obama campaign.
Vet group wants answers after parents of fallen SEAL claim president’s signature is a little too consistent