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Kurdish Peshmerga forces keep watch in a village east of Mosul, Iraq, May 29, 2016. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari

U.S.-Led Coalition Troops Seen Near Front Line In New Iraq Offensive

Commenting on the ground deployment of coalition soldiers seen near the battle front, Baghdad-based spokesman for then coalition, U.S. Army Colonel Steve Warren, said: “U.S. and coalition forces are conducting advise and assist operations to help Kurdish Peshmerga forces”.

May 29, 2016

No, Canada: Sen. Ted Cruz Has Formally Shed His Dual Citizenship

By Todd J. Gillman, The Dallas Morning News WASHINGTON—Alberta-born Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has given up his Canadian dual citizenship. The renunciation became official on May 14, roughly 9 months after he learned he wasn’t only an American. Cruz received notification by mail on Tuesday at his home in Houston. “He’s pleased to receive the notification and glad […]

June 11, 2014

Our Trust Survives

Last month, I was reading a newspaper in a coffeehouse in downtown Providence, R.I., when a stranger walked over to me and pointed to a nearby table. “Would you mind watching my laptop while I run to my car?” he said. I returned his smile and said, “Sure.” I must look pretty harmless, because it’s […]

September 9, 2011

Four In Ten American Teenagers Support Other Countries Torturing American Troops

A new study from the American Red Cross reveals that 4 in 10 American teenagers believe foreign countries should be allowed to torture captured American troops. The study also found that 6 in 10 teenagers support America torturing foreign soldiers, and more than half believe it is justified for the US to kill foreign prisoners […]

July 5, 2011