FORT BLISS, Texas - Hours before addressing the nation, President Barack Obama told U.S.
FORT BLISS, Texas - Hours before he addressed the nation on the end of the U.S.
PHOENIX - The first of 532 National Guard troops are set to begin their mission in the southern Arizona desert on Monday under President Barack Obama's plan to beef up U.S.-Mexico border security, although they won't have any law enforcement authority.
NUKU'ALOFA, Tonga - Tonga government has agreed to deploy 275 soldiers to Afghanistan over the next two years at the request of the British government.
PHOENIX - The Texas and Arizona governors criticized the Obama administration's border security plans Monday, saying not enough National Guard troops are being deployed to their states.
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