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U.S. Bombs ISIS and Al Qaeda "Veterans" in Syria

The U.S. launched airstrikes against ISIS targets and a network of "seasoned al Qaeda veterans" in Syria known as the Khorasan group, who were plotting against Western interests, the Pentagon said early Tuesday, NBC News reported. Fighter jets and bombers launched 14 strikes in a significant escalation in the fight against ISIS, which President Barack Obama has pledged to “degrade and destroy.” The Pentagon also said the attacks targeted the Khorasan group's training camps, explosives production and command and control facilities. While the U.S. was alone in the operations targeting Khorasan, U.S. Central Command said five Arab partner nations - Jordan, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates – “participated in or supported” the broader overnight assault in Syria. Those attacks hit ISIS fighters, their training compounds, headquarters, command facilities, a finance center. Read »
30 minutes ago

Obama to Speak After Airstrikes in Syria

President Obama will deliver remarks after launching airstrikes in Syria targeting ISIS. Check here for a NBC News Special Report sometime before 10:20 a.m. ET. Read »
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U.S. Notified Assad’s Regime Before Airstrikes

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Israel Shoots Down Syrian Fighter Jet

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2 Suspects in Abduction of Israeli Teens Killed

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WHO: Ebola Death Rate 70 Percent, 20K Cases Expected

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White House Fence-Jumper Had 800 Rounds of Ammo: Feds

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Bin Laden Son-in-Law Faces Possible Life Sentence

Friday, Sep 19, 2014 at 8:12 PM

I disappointed myself. I disappointed the NFL. I disappointed our fans, our partners. We need to do better.  

— NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during a press conference in which he promised to fix the way the football league deals with domestic abuse.
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Tensions High as Pa. Ambush Suspect Evades Capture

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U.S. Strikes Will Help Syria Rebels Defeat Assad, Opposition Says

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U.S. Soccer Stands by Hope Solo Decision

Monday, Sep 22, 2014 at 10:24 PM

Fox Attacks 2nd-Grader, Staffers on School Playground

Monday, Sep 22, 2014 at 2:31 PM

ISIS Pays Foreign Fighters $1,000 a Month: Jordan King

ISIS militants are luring in foreign fighters with $1,000 a month King Abdullah II of Jordan said Monday. “If we don’t get this right, if we don’t step up to this moral responsibility, how are we going to be able to combat this experience, these extremists?” the king said at the Clinton Global Initiative, a conference hosted by former President Bill Clinton. Analysts have estimated that ISIS has at least 10,000 foreign fighters. Read »
Monday, Sep 22, 2014 at 7:27 PM

Missing Afghan Soldiers Found Trying to Enter Canada