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How should the U.S. respond to ISIS?

Forbes.com columnist Carrie Sheffield and comedian Joe DeVito on President Obama’s strategy to fight ISIS.

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  1. Could violence in Iraq disrupt oil supply?

    Col. Cedric Leighton, USAF (Ret.), ‘Dancing with the Devil’ author Michael Rubin and OPIS Chief oil analyst Denton Cinquegrana on the mounting conflict in Iraq.

  2. The future of Iraq

    Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker on the crisis in Iraq.

  3. Sunni militant group vows to march on Baghdad

    S&P Capital IQ managing director Mike Thompson, UBS U.S. economist Kevin Cummins, Price Futures Group senior market analyst Phil Flynn and CFR adjunct senior fellow Stephen Biddle on how the renewed conflict in Iraq impacts the markets.

  4. Web Fuels Religious Tensions in Myanmar

    As the death toll from an eruption of sectarian violence in central Myanmar rises to at least 40, religious tensions are now being whipped up again in the main city,...

  5. Cowan: Iraq is a Mess

    FOX News Contributor Lt. Col. Bill Cowan argues that Iraq will have stronger relations with Syria and Iran after the U.S. leaves.

  6. If Syrian’s Expel Assad, Who Takes Over?

    National security expert KT McFarland on the continued fighting in Syria and the future of the Assad regime.

  7. Oil Prices Climb Higher as Iran Tension Heats Up

    Brent rose to a nine-month high above $124 per barrel on Thursday as heightened tension between Iran and the West and a weaker dollar offset concerns that a slowdown...

  8. Watching Iran in 2012

    Former Kansas City Fed Chief Thomas Hoenig had warned about the possibility of a systemic shock at a time when we don’t have the ability to respond, due to already h...

  9. Last U.S. troops leave Iraq, ending war

    K-CROSSING, Kuwait, Dec 18 (Reuters) - The last convoy of U.S. soldiers pulled out of Iraq on Sunday, ending nearly nine years of war that cost almost 4,500 American...

  10. Cowan: Iraqi’s Don’t Want Troops to Leave

    Lt. Col. Bill Cowan discusses Iran’s recent attempts to kill the Saudi Arabian Ambassador in the U.S and the decision to remove troops from Iraq.

  11. U.S. to Withdraw Troops From Iraq By Year-End

    President Barack Obama said on Friday the United States will fulfill its pledge to pull troops out of Iraq by the end of the year."As promised, the rest of our troop...

  12. Security Forces, Protesters Clash in Syria

    Syrian security forces fired tear gas on thousands of protesters Monday in a restive southern city as President Bashar Assad faced down the most serious threat to hi...

  1. What can America do about ISIS?

    TheBlaze.com national security editor Buck Sexton on how America can handle the threat of ISIS.

  2. Should the U.S. stay out of Iraq?

    Maj. Gen. Robert Scales (Ret.) on the right course of action in Iraq.

  3. How high will oil prices go due to the Iraq crisis?

    PeakProsperity.com co-founder Chris Martenson on the impact of the crisis in Iraq on oil prices.

  4. Andy Card: Iraq happened because the U.S. dropped the ball

    Former President George W. Bush Chief of Staff Andy Card on the violence in Iraq.

  5. Oil markets soaking up Iraq turmoil

    The Schork Report founder Stephen Schork and Marshall Auerback of the Institute for Economic Thinking on the crisis in Iraq and its impact on the oil markets.

  6. Ret. Navy SEAL Officer Leif Babin on the crisis in Iraq

    Retired Navy SEAL Officer Leif Babin on the growing crisis in Iraq.

  7. Allen West: That sense of isolationism is quite dangerous

    Col. Allen West, U.S. Army (Ret.), on U.S. foreign policy and the rising violence in Iraq.

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