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Politicians too quick to call for military action in Iraq?

FBN’s Lou Dobbs on why the U.S. needs to set clear objectives before any potential military actions in Iraq.

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  1. Will Congress Have Time to Act on Cliff Deal?

    The U.S. Congress, when it moves at all, moves slowly. But when its back is against the wall, as it will be on any deal to resolve the year-end "fiscal cliff," it ca...

  2. Are We Closer to a Fiscal Cliff Deal Than We Think?

    'Special Report' host Bret Baier on fiscal cliff talks.

  3. Romney's Odds of Winning Edge Higher

    GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney's Intrade odds of winning rose to 34%, "back to where they were the day before the 47% video was released," says Peter Boockva...

  4. Hatch: Democrats Willing to Take U.S. Off a Cliff

    Sen. Orrin Hatch on proposed tax reforms, food stamps and Obama’s “you didn’t build that” comment.

  5. Pat Buchanan: Government Does Not Create Wealth

    Syndicated Columnist Pat Buchanan on why the government does not create business and economic growth.

  6. Obama Trying to Expand Dependency on Government?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the number of Americans on food stamps and disability insurance.

  7. House Votes to Renew Ex-Im Bank

    The House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to renew the U.S. Export-Import Bank's charter until September 2014 and gradually raise its lending cap to $140 billi...

  8. House Votes To Extend Export-Import Bank's Authority For Three Years

    House lawmakers approved a three-year reauthorization of a federal agency that provides assistance to U.S. firms selling generally big-ticket goods abroad, and that ...

  9. US Rep Hoyer Predicts Substantial Democratic Votes For Ex-Im Bank Renewal

    House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D., Md.) expressed confidence that most House Democrats would vote for a compromise agreement he reached with House Majority Leader ...

  10. House Passes Low-Rate Student Loan Extension

    The Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives defied a veto threat by President Barack Obama on Friday and voted to take money from his healthcare overhaul to ext...

  11. As D.C. Dithers, Childhood Poverty Soars

    To paraphrase John F. Kennedy, the best welfare program is a job.That truth becomes more urgent due to this stunning new finding: nearly eight million of    America’...

  12. Lower Your 'State of the Union' Expectations

    Time to visit the highlight reel of President Barack Obama’s past State of the Union addresses, as the president speaks to the nation Tuesday night.Keep in mind the ...

  1. GOP Ties ObamaCare to Funding Proposal

    Calls for a last-minute compromise continue to reverberate in Washington as the U.S. inches closer to the end of its fiscal year on September 30, and the threat of a...

  2. Congress Passes Bill to End Air-Traffic Furlough

    The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday overwhelmingly approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, se...

  3. Reuters Journalist Charged With Allegedly Conspiring With Members of Hacker Group Anonymous

    A Reuters journalist has been charged with allegedly conspiring with members of the hacker group Anonymous to hack into the Tribune Co. (TRBAA) computer system and a...

  4. Politics No Help In Cutting Health-Care Spending

    On paper it's relatively easy to balance the bloated U.S. budget and trim the massive deficit simply by requiring the elderly to pay more for their federally guarant...

  5. Spending Outlook for Obama's Second Term

    Former Deputy Assistant to President Bush Brad Blakeman and FNC contributor Joe Trippi preview the State of the Union address.

  6. House Skips Vote on Sandy Aid

    The U.S. House of Representatives adjourned on Tuesday night without acting on a $60.4 billion Superstorm Sandy disaster aid bill, prompting angry denunciations from...

  7. House to Vote on 'Plan B' as Deadline Looms

    As a year-end deadline looms, Republicans in the U.S House of Representatives pushed ahead on Thursday with their own "fiscal cliff" plan in a move that muddles nego...

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