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    U.S. and U.K. forces carry out retaliatory strikes in Yemen

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  • 'Absolutely absurd': White House connects Ukraine losses to House GOP stalling on aid

    06:23
  • Five Marines killed in helicopter crash are identified

    02:00
  • Search underway for missing helicopter carrying 5 Marines

    02:19
  • John Brennan: U.S. must ‘take away that capability to strike U.S. forces’ from Iran-backed groups

    07:35
  • U.S. releases multi-nation statement on additional round of 'proportionate and necessary strikes'

    02:54
  • U.S. and U.K. launches strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen

    03:59
  • 'This is a conflict about Iran trying to export its influence' - Former NSC Director

    04:07
  • No comment from Biden at campaign headquarters following strikes in Iraq and Syria

    02:14
  •  U.S. airstrikes stir tensions in Iraq and Syria: Expert weighs in

    07:00
  • Ex-CIA Director calls U.S. strikes against Iran’s revolutionary guard a 'clear signal'

    09:16
  • Pres. Biden say U.S. military strikes will continue at 'times and places of our choosing'

    05:21
  • Johnson and Republican senators criticize Biden's retaliatory response against Iranian proxies

    05:16
  • Will U.S. military retaliatory strikes deter Iranian proxies or spark a wider regional conflict?

    05:06
  • What might come next in the tiered U.S. military retaliation against Iranian proxies

    06:50
  • Competing interests add peril to U.S. retaliation for military deaths

    04:01
  • U.S. 'has over-relied on military force,' says ex-Army Ranger Rep. Crow

    06:09
  • Sec. Lloyd Austin: 'This is the start of our response'

    03:59
  • U.S. forces strike 85 targets in Syria and Iraq

    05:24
  • U.S. launches airstrikes on Iran-linked targets in Iraq and Syria in response to 3 soldiers killed

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New questions arise after Benghazi report

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The President of the Council on Foreign Relations, Richard Haass, joins MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts to discuss the House Republicans’ report on the Benghazi attack. He introduces new questions that he believes should have been asked during the investigation.