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Militant Islamist fighters parade on military vehicles along the streets of northern Raqqa province June 30, 2014. (Photo by Reuters)

American veteran charged with trying to join ISIS

03/18/15 12:51PM

Federal prosecutors charged an Air Force veteran with trying to join ISIS on Wednesday, in one of the most high profile domestic cases against an American seeking to side with the terror group.>> Dressed in a blue T-shirt and tan pants, Tairod Pugh stood at attention, handcuffed, while the charges against him were read aloud this morning... read more

The future of the GOP

The future of the GOP

03/17/15 03:38PM

Charles Cooke, author of “The Conservatarian Manifesto: Libertarians, Conservatives, and the Fight for the Right’s Future,” joined the panel to offer his takes on the winning formula for Republicans. watch

Keys to March Madness

Keys to March Madness

03/16/15 03:46PM

How can you win the office pool when you know nothing about basketball? Huffington Post’s Jordan Schultz joined the table with all of his tips for the Big Dance. watch

Combining marijuana and journalism

Combining marijuana and journalism

03/16/15 03:34PM

A new documentary, “Rolling Papers”, follows Colorado’s first pot reporter and examines this crazy world. Mitch Dickman, Director of “Rolling Papers” and Ricardo Baca, the films subject, joined the panel to discuss the documentary. watch

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