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John Boehner Needs His Steps—THE EDGE brought to you by Comcast NBC Universal

A symbolic vote on the ISIS fight in the House brought together an unlikely alliance. The Army chief of staff said ground troops might end up being necessary in Iraq. The Feder...

I Can Smell Your Politics From Here—THE EDGE brought to you by Comcast NBC Universal

The top U.S. Army general says he would recommend sending combat troops to Iraq if the current strategy fails. Obama will announce that he is sending up to 3,000 military perso...

Closely Guarded State Secrets: Coffee Edition—THE EDGE

The U.N. Security Council will address the Ebola crisis in an emergency meeting Thursday. The U.S. invited Iran to cooperate in the fight against ISIS, but was turned down by I...

That Awkward Moment When 'Air Strikes' Don't Work—THE EDGE

The U.S. will train Liberian forces to help contain the spread of the worst Ebola outbreak in history. Embattled Mayor Rob Ford has withdrawn from Toronto's mayoral race. And M...

'We Carry On Because as Americans We Do Not Give In to Fear. Ever.'—THE EDGE

President Obama has found allies in his campaign against ISIS both at home and abroad: House Majority Leader John Boehner put his support behind the president's plan, and 10 Ar...

My Fellow Americans, We Have a Strategy—THE EDGE

The Democratic leadership in the Senate is preparing a bill that would authorize the U.S. military to train ISIS's enemies. A community meeting in Ferguson, Mo., was marked by ...

Apple and the Justice Department Have Different Strategies for Product Releases—THE EDGE

A poll shows that a large majority of Americans support U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, but there's little support for the president. A government memo outlining the legal j...

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John Boehner Needs His Steps—THE EDGE brought to you by Comcast NBC Universal

A symbolic vote on the ISIS fight in the House brought together an unlikely alliance. The Army chief of staff said ground troops might end up being necessary in Iraq. The Feder...

I Can Smell Your Politics From Here—THE EDGE brought to you by Comcast NBC Universal

The top U.S. Army general says he would recommend sending combat troops to Iraq if the current strategy fails. Obama will announce that he is sending up to 3,000 military perso...

Closely Guarded State Secrets: Coffee Edition—THE EDGE

The U.N. Security Council will address the Ebola crisis in an emergency meeting Thursday. The U.S. invited Iran to cooperate in the fight against ISIS, but was turned down by I...

That Awkward Moment When 'Air Strikes' Don't Work—THE EDGE

The U.S. will train Liberian forces to help contain the spread of the worst Ebola outbreak in history. Embattled Mayor Rob Ford has withdrawn from Toronto's mayoral race. And M...

'We Carry On Because as Americans We Do Not Give In to Fear. Ever.'—THE EDGE

President Obama has found allies in his campaign against ISIS both at home and abroad: House Majority Leader John Boehner put his support behind the president's plan, and 10 Ar...

My Fellow Americans, We Have a Strategy—THE EDGE

The Democratic leadership in the Senate is preparing a bill that would authorize the U.S. military to train ISIS's enemies. A community meeting in Ferguson, Mo., was marked by ...

Apple and the Justice Department Have Different Strategies for Product Releases—THE EDGE

A poll shows that a large majority of Americans support U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, but there's little support for the president. A government memo outlining the legal j...

Show More