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“Rooting out a cancer like [ISIS] won’t be easy and it won't be quick.”  

— President Barack Obama speaking at the American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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As a train barreled into a Washington Metro station toward a man who'd thrown himself onto the tracks, two police officers and stunned onlookers desperately worked to save him -- and they did, with no time to spare. He had jumped onto the track bed as the platform lights began to blink, indicating a Red Line train was pulling into the station. He changed his mind and desperately tried to lunge back onto the platform, and the officers pulled him from the train's path just in time. Read »