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Congress OKs Obama's Plan to Fight ISIS

Congress voted Thursday to approve a plan for the U.S. military to train and equip Syrian rebels, giving the Obama administration the go-ahead on its plans to fight ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria and capping a brief but fiery debate on the Senate floor. The legislation now heads to President Obama, who said he was "pleased" by the votes, for his signature. “The strong bipartisan support in Congress for this new training effort shows the world that Americans are united in confronting the threat from [ISIS]," Obama said. The Senate's 78-22 vote, which crossed party lines, also provides money to keep the government operating through Sept. 30. Read »
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There are bad people on both sides. We need to stay the heck out of their civil war.  

— Sen. Rand Paul during a passionate 45-minute speech on the Senate floor, in which he blasted President Obama’s proposal to arm and train Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS.
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