John Cornyn doesn't really have a problem with betraying the Kurds for Putin at all. It's all about the oil, it seems.
Richard Engel's anger could barely be contained as he described the ethnic cleansing of the Kurds taking place in Syria, and the consequences of Trump's impulsive decision to abandon them.
A visibly angry Richard Engel set the record straight on what Turkey is actually doing in Syria.
Trump's plan to deal with immigrants is to place them in tent cities, even though they have committed NO crime
Some who pressed for answers said the Army informed them they’d been labeled as security risks because they have relatives abroad, or incomplete background checks.
They’re shipping 'em in; why can't we ship 'em out?
Poor Kris Kobach can hardly sleep at night, worrying that immigrants will do to us what we did to Native Americans!
June 15, 1995 - the Battle of Sarajevo begins. Pres. Clinton leaves for G-7 Summit, where topics to be discussed are the situation in Bosnia as well as brewing trade war between U.S. and Japan. Senate set to vote on bill overhauling Telecommunications laws, deregulating Cable TV. Michael Jackson gives interview on eve of release of new album, answers Child Molestation questions and Anti-Semitic lyrics. Houston Rockets win NBA title over Orlando Magic.
February 10, 1994 - a shaky ceasefire in Sarajevo four hours old. UN Peacekeepers and NATO troops skeptical and hopeful. Two members of the British Parliament and a British Aid Worker kidnapped in Somalia. Israel and PLO in partial agreement over autonomy issue in Gaza and Jericho. Tonya Hardings slaps $22 million lawsuit against the USOC for barring appearance at the Winter Olympics. Famed U of Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson dies at 77.
News of the day for January 6, 1993 - hopes for ceasefire in Bosnia and a proposal put forth to make Sarajevo an Open City as fighting and shelling continue. President-elect Bill Clinton to be confirmed as President. Vetting process going on for Clinton appointees and Ross Perot is back in the picture.