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|At home, Christian values are under attack, and abroad, Christians themselves are under attack, says Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas.

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|President Obama urged Iraq’s political leaders – including Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki – to help put an end to violence raging in the country amid sectarian tensions.

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|The president argued Iran poses the potential to play a constructive role in curbing Iraq’s sectarian tensions if it sends a message that Iraq's government must be inclusive and respect the interests of Sunnis and Kurds.

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|Corporal William "Kyle" Carpenter receives the Medal of Honor on Thursday, and he recalls the incident that led to his commendation, when he threw himself on a live grenade to protect a fellow Marine.

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What do breasts, "mamacitas" and indecent acts with animals have in common? They’re all mudballs the campaigns of Sen. Thad Cochran and challenger Chris McDaniel are throwing at each other in hopes of gaining the edge ahead of next Tuesday’s runoff election in Mississippi.

It’s impossible to know who has the advantage at this point in the Republican primary contest. A new poll from Democratic pollster Chism Strategies shows Cochran leading 48-47 percent.

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|Pressed about the possibility of U.S. air strikes in Iraq, White House spokesman Jay Carney says any military action taken by the U.S. must be matched by political reforms on the part of the Iraqis.

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|White House chief of staff Denis McDonough bids White House spokesman Jay Carney a farewell after Carney's last press briefing.

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|After more than three years on the job, White House press secretary Carney began his last briefing on Wednesday by thanking the press corps and the president for making his experience an unforgettable one.

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|During the first White House Maker Faire, President Obama talked with some inventors about their inventions, including a man who brought an electric giraffe to the White House.

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|"To the architects of the Iraq war who are now so eager to offer their expert analysis," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Wednesday, "I say...thanks but no thanks."

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