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"We can't be sheriff for the whole world"

Congressman Ruppersberger talks to CNN as demand for action against ISIS grows.


Congresswoman questions Obama's objectives in Syria and Iraq

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) joins Carol to discuss U.S. options against ISIS (referred to as ISIL by Ros-Lehtinen).

Asked why Congress hasn’t called an emergency session, Ros-Lehtinen responds “Well, we’ll be glad to go back to congress, but the first thing the President as Commander in Chief and as the head of our U.S. 483 more words


Fast food controversy

Fast food may be as American as apple pie, but America’s second largest burger chain is moving north of the border. Burger king just announced a massive multi-billion dollar merger with Canadian fast food chain, Tim Hortons. 44 more words


NAACP President condemns violence after Michael Brown's death

NAACP National President, Cornell William Brooks, speaks with Carol about the death of Michael Brown, and the effect it’s having on the St. Louis community. 135 more words


Middle East peace talks continue

With just 16 hours left in the current cease-fire agreement, Carol speaks with Daniel Kurtzer, a former Ambassador to both Israel and Egypt.

Beginning the interview with the question on the minds of many, Carol asks “Why can’t everybody just sit in the same room and hash things out?” 264 more words

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Kansas Senator survives Tea Party challenge

CNN‘s Dana Bash joins Carol with a wrap-up of the Kansas primary. Incumbent Senator, Pat Roberts, was challenged by emerging state Republican, Milton Wolf, in a race that was filled with vitriol. 31 more words