Fearing advanced Syrian weapons landing in rogue hands, IDF upgrading infrastructure along border; preparing areas to contain Syrian refugees who may flee crackdown.
A general in the rebel Free Syria Army said on Friday that Syrian government forces had amassed around 170 tanks north of the city Aleppo, near the Turkish border, but there was no independent confirmation of the report.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will meet with Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz on Sunday, a Palestinian official said on Thursday, in the highest-level meeting between the sides since peace talks broke down in 2010.
President George W. Bush: John Roberts ‘will not legislate from the bench’
Associated Press reporter Jessica Gresko reports that Justice Anthony Kennedy appeared visibly angry during the reading of the Obamacare decision today.
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee: "The American people know that this law violates our deepest constitutional principles of limited government, despite the Supreme Court's ruling today. President Obama's $2.6 trillion health spending law is an unprecedented power grab ... that will increase health care costs, add to our skyrocketing national debt, and put Washington bureaucrats in between patients and their doctors .... The American people will have the last word at the ballot box this November ...."
Christian leaders across the nation have been responding to the Supreme Court's ruling on "Obamacare," with many suggesting that the decision to uphold the law's insurance mandate could pose grave consequences for American families.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins warned, "Today's Supreme Court decision will do serious harm to American families. Not only is the individual mandate a profound attack on our liberties, but it is only one section among hundreds of provisions in the law that will force taxpayers to fund abortions, violate their conscience rights, and impose a massive tax and debt burden on American families."
Fire crews fought to save the U.S. Air Force Academy and residents begged for information on the fate of their homes Wednesday after a night of terror sent thousands of people fleeing a raging Colorado Springs wildfire.
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