Plenty of residents are sending in their views on how the U.S.—or if the U.S.—should react to the reported use of chemical weapons in Syria. President Obama announced on Saturday that he would seek Congressional approval of any military action against Syria, and has been working to win approval from… Read More →
The 25 best political cartoons of the week from across Gannett, parent company of The Journal News and LoHud.com, take on gun control, North Korea, President Obama, Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware, gay marriage, immigration and Easter. More opinion from LoHud.com.
Our Iraq war front page from 10 years ago today — the first full day of the U.S.-led invasion — declared America’s “first strike” in the campaign against Saddam Hussein. “War erupted last night as the United States launched dozens of Tomahawk cruise missiles and aimed 2,000-pound bombs at Iraqi leader… Read More →
Trending on Twitter in the suburbs and the city this morning: Chris Stevens, U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Terry Jones, Egypt and Benghazi. Ambassador Stevens and three other Americans were killed overnight in a rocket attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. Thank youRT @slaughteram: My heart goes out to Amb… Read More →