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President Obama responsible for problems in Syria , Iraq?

American Islamic Forum for Democracy’s Dr. Zuhdi Jasser on problems in Syria and the crisis in Iraq.

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  2. Oil on Track for Weekly Loss

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  3. Oil Dips on Easing U.S- Mideast Involvment Worries

    Brent crude fell below $109 a barrel on Tuesday as a deal averting any imminent U.S. attack on Syria calmed fears of a disruption to Middle East oil supplies and aft...

  4. Syria Agrees to Hand Over Chemical Weapons

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  5. European Shares Eye One-Month High

    European shares rose to near one-month highs on Tuesday on ebbing expectations of U.S.-led military action against Syria alongside robust macroeconomic data out of C...

  6. Oil Prices Slip on Possible Plan to Avert Syria Strike

    Benchmark Brent oil prices posted their biggest decline in nearly three months on Monday, diving as much as $3 a barrel as new proposals to clamp down on Syria's che...

  7. European Shares Fall as Syria Overshadows Data

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  8. Obama Presses Congress on Syria Strike

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  9. Syrian Jitters Linger as War Drums Beat Louder

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  10. Kerry: Assad Unleashed 'Inconceivable' Horror

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  12. U.N. Council Set for Syria Clash, West Readies Attack

    The United Nations Security Council was set for a showdown over Syria on Wednesday after Britain sought authorization for Western military action that Russia called ...

  1. Stossel 05/01/2014: You Can't Say That

    Stossel and guests look at recent examples of free speech being squelched

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    Crude oil futures slipped on Wednesday after weekly data showed U.S. crude inventories hit a record high, though Brent managed to settle above $109 on support from t...

  3. White House missed the signs of the Arab Spring

    ‘The Lost Spring’ author Walid Phares on the White House’s handling of the Arab Spring.

  4. Russian Economic Cost Of Crimea Seizure Mounts

    The economic impact of annexing Crimea from Ukraine could drive Russia into a sharp recession this year even if the West stops short of trade sanctions, the World Ba...

  5. Overly obsessed with the missing plane?

    FNC contributors Jedediah Bila and Santita Jackson join the Independents to discuss the missing plane.

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    NATO member Turkey has chosen a Chinese defense firm that has been hit by U.S. sanctions to co-produce a $4 billion long-range air and missile defense system, reject...

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