It's been one hundred years since the Great War erupted in Europe, but even after a century the effects of that conflict still directly shape the world today. AEI Visiting Fellow David Adesnik examines how civil war in Ukraine, violence in the Middle East, and America's role in the world can all be traced back to the First World War.
Robert Hormats, vice chairman of Kissinger Associates, discusses the debate over the election of Hong Kong's leader in 2017. He speaks with Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
According to a new poll, only 60 percent of African Americans are pleased with President Barack Obamas handling of the Ferguson shooting and riots.
Mary Katherine Ham joined America's Newsroom to discuss why President Obama went golfing just eight minutes after giving a statement on James Foley's murder.
Thirty-four Russian trucks carrying humanitarian aid crossed into Ukrainian rebel-held territory without Kiev's permission, violating an agreement between Kiev and Moscow, a Ukrainian spokesman said.
The State Department stated that they had no intention of making the failed mission to save Foley public. Bob McKeon, Chairman of the Armed Services Committee, has asked for an investigation for how the leak came out.
Bank of America agreed to pay a settlement of $16.65 billion over its mortgage lending, the largest ever between the U.S. and a single company. WSJs Aaron Lucchetti joins MoneyBeat with the details.
BILL O'REILLY: I came back from vacation because I am furious. Furious about how the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown is being reported and how various people are reacting to it. So let's run it down. Mr. Brown is a victim, shot six times by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson who up until August 9th had a very good record.
According to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) too many House Republicans are appalling bigots when it comes to dealing with immigration.
It was a symbol of the thawing of the Cold War and attracted long lines when it opened in 1990. But on Wednesday evening, in whats likely a bout of diplomatic tit-for-tat, the McDonalds in Moscows Pushkin Square stood empty.
President Obama has been criticized heavily for the pictures that have been released of him golfing after he spoke on the beheading of American journalist James Foley by ISIS terrorists. Joe Scarborough, however, believes that it delivers a message to ISIS of "Screw you. Screw you. We're not going to live by your rules."
An Israeli airstrike in Gaza killed three senior leaders of the Hamas military wing on Thursday, the militant group said, in what is likely to be a major blow to the organization's morale and a significant scoop for Israeli intelligence.
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