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US-Led Coalition Rethinks ISIS Strategy

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The U.S.-led coalition fighting against ISIS is reexamining its strategy after the terrorist group's recent gains in Syria and Iraq.

The coalition, which includes Iraq's prime minister, is meeting in Paris after ISIS conquered both the Iraqi city of Ramadi and the historic Syrian city of Palmyra.

More than 4,100 airstrikes by the coalition have failed to stop gains by the Islamic State.

Full slate of Democratic and GOP presidential hopefuls roar above the din Sunday

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Nearly a dozen GOP and Democratic presidential candidates and hopefuls took to the national stage on Sunday, trying to distinguish themselves on such key issues as education, Wall Street, the future of NSA surveillance programs and stopping the Islamic State.

Nine candidates, in fact, spoke on five different Sunday morning political shows, including former Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina, who continues to argue that her lack of political experience doesn’t disqualify her from being president.

Graham Defends Israel, Threatens to Defund UN

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JERUSALEM, Israel -- Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he will not sit idly by while the United Nations attempts to pressure Israel into accepting a timetable for reaching an agreement with the Palestinian Authority.

At a press conference Wednesday at Jerusalem's historic King David Hotel, Graham told reporters he would lead bipartisan efforts to withdraw U.S. funding to the United Nations.