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Sen. Feinstein: Obama Has Been "Too Cautious" On ISIS

ANDREA MITCHELL, NBC NEWS: The fact is, they have been on the march now for months, if not years. So why does the president still say we don't have a strategy yet? Doesn't that project weakness from the White House? SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN (D-CA): Well, I mean, I know what you want me to say. But I'm not going to say it in that sense. I think I've learned one thing...

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"Meet The Press" Panel: Shocking Sexism On The Hill

Andrea Mitchell hosts Ruth Marcus and Wes Moore.

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Krauthammer: Obama "Shocked Me Today," If You Have No Plan, Say Nothing

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: I thought the president could no longer surprise me. I was wrong. He shocked me today. The president of the United States in the middle of a real crisis, a few days after the beheading of an American, deliberately sort of spitting in the face of the country and demonstrating his cruelty, the president gets in front of the world and says, I don't have a strategy. If

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Putin: Kiev's Shelling Of East Ukraine Reminiscent Of Nazi Seige Of Leningrad

Video and translation provided by Russia Today, a Russian state-controled media outlet. VLADIMIR PUTIN [via RT's translation]: Now we see that big cities and small towns alike are encircled by the Ukrainian army, which takes direct hits at residential quarters to destroy the vital infrastructure to supress the will of those who resist them. Of course, it is very sad. It reminds me of World War Two, when German forces encircled

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Ed Henry: President Still Deciding Whether to Strike ISIS in Syria

FNC White House correspondent Ed Henry reports.

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Reporter To Pentagon Spokesman: "Why Should ISIS Think You're Anything But Not Ready?"

BARBARA STARR, CNN: Why should ISIS think you're anything other than you're just not ready? All this does is take any message away from everything that's been said in Washington for the last few days from the White House to here. REAR ADM. JOHN KIRBY, PENTAGON SPOKESMAN: Why don't you ask some of the ones getting hit from the sky about how seriously we're taking the threat? STARR: In Syria, why should

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"Special Report" Panel On ISIS: No Strategy?

Tucker Carlson, Mara Liasson, and Charles Krauthammer.

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UK PM David Cameron: ISIS A Greater Threat "Than We Have Known Before"

DAVID CAMERON: This threat [ISIS] can not be solved simply by dealing with the perceived grievances over Western foreign policy. Nor can  it be dealt with by addressing poverty, dictatorship, or instability in the region, as important as those are. The root cause of the threat to our security is quite clear. There is a poisonous ideology of Islamist extremism that is condemned by all faith and by all faith

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Russia and Ukraine Are Now at War: Bremmer

Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer discusses the escalating conflict in Ukraine and why the country is essentially at war with Russia. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Obama On Dealing With ISIS: "We Don't Have A Strategy Yet"

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: I have consulted with Congress throughout this process. I am confident that as commander in chief I have the authority to engage in the acts we are conducting currently. As our strategy develops, we will continue to consult with Congress, and it will be important for Congress to weigh in, for our consultations with Congress continue to develop so the American people are part of the debate.

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CNN's Barbara Starr On Obama's Lack Of Strategy: "ISIS Heard All Of This"

BARBARA STARR, CNN:  This is the president that doesn't beat the war drum, but you have to wonder exactly what message he was sending here today. Let's be very clear. ISIS heard all of this. So the president of the United States says we have no strategy yet. This is a little surprising because of course, the Pentagon has openly acknowledged they are working on military options. Military options to

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State's Marie Harf: "We Go To Great Lengths To Vet Anyone We Give Assistance To"

CHRIS HAYES: I first met you face to face a year ago. I came down to Washington to interview John Kerry, and it was about a push from the State Department to the White House for possible military strikes against Bashar al Assad. Here we are one year later and it looks like the groundwork is being laid for possible air strikes against a group that is fighting Bashar al

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PBS News Hour: Two Governors Go Head To Head In Florida

PBS: "With a resounding Democratic primary victory and a critical party switch, former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist moved a step closer to winning back his old job. His Republican challenger, Gov. Rick Scott, scored his own big win. The Sunshine State matchup is expected to be one of the most expensive and negative of the cycle. Adam Smith of The Tampa Bay Times joins Gwen Ifill to discuss the race."

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O'Reilly: Jerry Brown's "Sanctuary State" Of California

BILL O'REILLY: Very quietly, Governor Brown has created a sanctuary state in California. That is his state will not cooperate with the feds by enforcing immigration law. Earlier this week, Mexican President Nieto traveled to California and was greeted as a hero by authorities there, even though Nieto could pardon Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi, who has been imprisoned in Mexico for six months.But, President Nieto will not allow Sergeant Tahmooressi's

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WH's Jennifer Palmieri: Obama's Immigration Order Will Be "Administrative Action"

JENNIFER PALMIERI, WH COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR: Speaker Boehner made it clear they were not going to able to move immigration reform. So we, as we said for many months were going to do, moved forward with this effort to take administrative action. And I know that Senator Rubio's statement talks about illegal action. Obviously that's not what the president is going to do. What the Justice Department and Department of Homeland

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Mark Levin: Allowing ISIS To Grow Among "Worst National Security Screwups" In U.S. History

MARK LEVIN: I want the American people to understand something, Sean. The commander in chief, and we only have one, is the president of the United States and his name is Barack Obama. And these cockroaches organized, funded themselves, built a forceful military, started conquering geographic areas all around the world under his nose. He ignored it. He did nothing about it. He didn't talk to the American people about

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