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Donald Trump Delivers Foreign Policy Speech In Washington, D.C.

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U.S. To Send 250 Additional Personnel To Syria

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Obama Encourages British Voters Not To Sever Ties With European Union

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Obama Meets With Gulf Leaders To Discuss ISIS Threat

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President Obama shakes hands with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud following a meeting in November at the G20 summit in Antalya, Turkey. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Plenty Of Friction Expected During Obama's Visit To Saudi Arabia

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Saudis Threaten Economic Repercussions If Congress Passes 9/11 Bill

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Trade is an issue that's resonating on the campaign trail — with candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, seen here opposing fast-tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership last year, both decrying the impact trade deals have had on American jobs. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Why Candidates Are Out Of Sync With How Americans Really Feel About Trade

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Bernie Sanders Looks At Foreign Policy Through An Economic Lens

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Obama Urges Republicans To Consider Supreme Court Nominee In Chicago

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New White House Rule Protects Retirement Savers From Bad Investment Advice

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As Leaders Gather For Nuclear Summit, A Look Back At Progress And Pitfalls

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After Apple Case, Encryption Vs. National Security Dilemma Has Just Begun

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