Seemingly unfazed by the threat of a lawsuit, President Obama on Saturday vowed to press on and use executive actions wherever and whenever possible.
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Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the Libyan militant charged in the 2012 Benghazi attacks, will face a federal judge Saturday afternoon for an initial court appearance, authorities confirmed to Fox News.
Pelosi explained, "We are all Americans -- north and south in this hemisphere," and urged America to see this as not a crisis but an opportunity "to be helpful." She also said she wished she could simply "take home" the thousands of children temporarily housed in the overburden facilities.
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Obamacare continues to drain funds from the federal government at an alarming rate.
Even after the Benghazi attacks, the U.S. State Department has not brought its risk management policies for overseas facilities up to par.
Supreme Court sides with broadcasters in huge copyright case.
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Major ruling updates privacy laws for 21st century.