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The ceasefire in Ukraine collapses, ISIS recruits women and children
ISIS reaches Africa; Obama's executive action on immigration halted; Jeb Bush.
President Obama appears in a BuzzFeed video to promote healthcare sign-up
Obama wants Congress to approve fight against ISIS and a European-backed ceasefire in Ukra
A coup in Yemen, Henry Kissinger's influence in the 2016 race, etc.
Jordan steps up its fight against ISIS, Russian aggression in Ukraine picks up.
Hillary Clinton preps for 2016, and the U.S. fights ISIS as the group expands its reach.
As Mitt Romney drops out, who benefits? The GOP Congress takes on Obamacare and AG Holder
Obama talks to YouTube celebrities, Harry Reid recovers from an accident, etc
Potential compromise on legislative action, foreign policy pushback and a Republican gathe
Loosening Cuba travel restrictions, immigration as a Republican campaign issue
Fallout from the attacks in Paris, a potential veto of Iran sanctions, and justices to wei