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The Wall Street Journal - 29-May-2014

A House bill that would overhaul the mental-health system, now giving some of its former backers pause, is drawing new attention in light of last week's rampage in California....

The Wall Street Journal - 29-May-2014

President Obama sought to define how to project American power: Not necessarily by major deployments of American forces, but rather through targeted operations, diplomacy and aid....

The Wall Street Journal - 29-May-2014

Obama will announce additional assistance to aid moderate Syrian rebels in their fight against the Assad regime, Secretary of State John Kerry said....

The Wall Street Journal - 29-May-2014

A watchdog's report found systemic problems at Department of Veterans Affairs health-care facilities, increasing the pressure on embattled VA Secretary Eric Shinseki. ... - 29-May-2014

And he will be criticized for that. There was nothing “new” in his address to the West Point graduates, some will say. Others–neo-conservatives and blood curmudgeons like John McCain– will say that it was a ratification of the President’s policy of weakness and retreat. And while those of us who generally agree with the President… ... - 29-May-2014

Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), a civil rights icon, had some kind words for the recently departed poet and memoirist Maya Angelou, who died at the age of 86 Wednesday. “She spoke a lot about the right of people to participate in a democratic process,” said Lewis, who is 74. “She didn’t like the system of… ... - 29-May-2014

The NSA leaker says he sees himself as a patriot in his first interview with a U.S. television network airing Wednesday night ... - 29-May-2014

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President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he wants more than 9,800 U.S. troops to stay in Afghanistan after the end of 2014, with the number cut roughly in half by the end of 2015. By the end of 2016, he said, the military "will draw down to a normal embassy presence in Kabul, with a security assistance component." ...

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