morning's headlines from around the globe. cbsnews.com reports on the obama administration's frustration over russia's role in syria. defense secretary ash carter had tough words for russia in our conversation yesterday at the pentagon. carter discussed taking on isis and also known as isil and the fallout for countries that do not help. >> i've said this very bluntly
policy, and we need to be united to defeat that. >> this administration, barack obama and hillary clinton through their foreign policy people. >> hillary clinton and barack behind.
higdon, wis news 10. south carolina has given a big blow to the obama administration's energy policy. state attorney general alan wilson filed suit tuesday against the federal government for the second time over an unfinished project near
by taking more money from wall street. shaina: come back to kcci at x: 24. the obama administration could announce new visa waiver rules today, aiming to keep terrorists from entering the u.s. elizabeth: nikole killion joins us live from washington and nikole, what are you hearing about these changes? nikole: the department of homeland security is expected to unveil new visa requirements for certain travelers coming to the united states from europe.
under the obama administration, initiatives to not only reach out to young african-american and hispanics, but especially even young black males. when you hear bernie sanders say under his administration it would get better for african-american youth, what is your response to that? >> yeah, so i still have a lot of questions. he said the same thing when we met with him in our small meeting. i think sanders has an inkr incredible grasp of economic injustice. a question of a jobs program, which is what he talked about in the clip, i would love to hear him talk about how he plans to
thank you, president obama. >>> with us from washington, democratic presidential candidate and former secretary of state hillary clinton. madam secretary, good morning. >> good morning to all of you. >> the president made the case for his administration last night in the state of the union. yet 65% of americans think we are on the wrong track. is there disconnect between the president and the people? >> you know, charlie, i thought the president made a compelling made, but the work that still lies ahead. and what i've been saying on the
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