Secretary of State Hillary Clinton likens the violent Mexican drug cartels to an insurgency, similar to the drug wars in Colombia, but she did not say that securing the U.S.-Mexico border was necessary.
Rev. Zakaria Botros discusses a point in history when Qurans were burned.
A daily digest of news stories on for Sept. 9, 2010.
Evangelical Christian leader Richard Cizik says evangelical Christians have something “at stake” in the mosque controversy that is “much bigger” than the right to build a mosque.
In a speech before the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) on Sept. 8, 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton praised the work of the United Nations and said it is “the single most important global institution.”
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Archbishop Emeritus of Washington told that if a person “sees the Qu’ran as proof of God’s presence in the world, then I cannot say, ‘don’t embrace the Qu’ran.’”
President Barack Obama talks about 'investing' during his Labor Day speech.
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A group of religious leaders joined Muslims in denouncing what they call “derision” and “bigotry” being directed at American Muslims as a result of the proposed ground zero mosque and Islamic cultural center.