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WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs unveiled a major overhaul of its nationwide health care system Wednesday that could give veterans better access to private doctors and hospitals.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Tuesday signed the 2016 defense policy bill, which now heads to the president's desk for his signature for the second time.
Governor Mike Pence is suspending the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Indiana, one of several governors to take this step in the wake of the deadly terrorist attacks in France.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Mike Pence says he is telling all state agencies to suspend the resettlement of additional Syrian refugees in Indiana following the deadly attacks in Paris.
Following reports that a Syrian refugee was among the perpetrators of the terrorists attacks that took place in Paris on Friday, Governor Mike Pence issued the following statement Monday:
Citing security concerns, Gov. Mike Pence announced Monday that Indiana will stop accepting Syrian refugees in the wake of the attacks in Paris on Friday.
Gov. Mike Pence on Monday suspended efforts to resettle Syrian refugees in Indiana, joining other lawmakers in expressing concern for the safety of U.S. residents in the wake of the deadly attacks in Paris.
One of the terror suspects in the Paris attacks pretended to be a refugee in order to get into Europe. That's why 22 governors across the US are saying they won't allow Syrian refugees into their state. Michigan and Indiana's governors are among them.
After the terrorist attacks in Paris, Republican Gov. Mike Pence said Monday that he is suspending the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Indiana.
ELKHART — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski doesn’t think President Barack Obama is doing enough to contain the Islamic State in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris.
The lawmaker, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, hinted at the need for more forceful action from the United States, and said the United States is threatened.