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With ISIS dominating headlines nearly every day, Republicans are hoping to play on long-held stereotypes that Democrats are weaker on national security. But voters may not take the bait.
E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and David Brooks of The New York Times discuss Attorney General Eric Holder's legacy, air strikes against ISIS and a new poll on climate change.
When Derek Jeter took his final at bat last night in New York, he was following the voice of long-time Yankees announcer, Bob Sheppard, even though Sheppard died four years ago at the age of 99.
Bill Gross built PIMCO into an investing powerhouse with more than $2 trillion dollars under its management. But there was trouble in the king's court in recent months.
Melissa Block talks to Monique Coleman of Woodbridge, N.J., about why her family is leaving their home. After three huge floods in three consecutive years, they've taken a buyout from the state.
What does Eric Holder's departure as Attorney General mean for the Justice Department and the issues it contends with — from civil rights to terrorism?