An immigrant couple from Bosnia pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal charges of funneling money and military supplies to extremist groups in Iraq and Syria.
On heels of arrest of St. Louis County residents, CBS’s Major Mike Lyons says there’s too much “digital dust” out there now.
President Barack Obama continues to receive negative ratings for his handling of the situation with ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria.
We spoke with the A.P.’s Mark Smith.
Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, September 18 – STL Police Chief Sam Dotson; Elasticity CCO and Scottish Immigrant Mark Sutherland; Boots on the Ground in Iraq?; and Larry Kirchner on Darkness Haunted House
Michael and Debbie talk with STL Police Chief Sam Dotson about recent spat of shootings; with Elasticity CCO and Scottish Immigrant Mark I. Sutherland about today’s Scottish independent vote; about whether the U.S. needs boots on the ground in Iraq to battle ISIS; and with Larry Kirchner of Halloween Productions about the opening of Darkness Haunted House.
Republican Mark Kirk tells reporters the U.S. should, “bomb the hell out of them.”
During a stopover in St. Louis, FBI director James Comey says he is worried about fighting in the Middle East leading to more terrorism in the United States.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, September 30th – Dr. Nathan Moore and Elizabeth Askin on Health Care Reform; Col. Jeff McCausland on Syria; Paul Farnsworth on “Capt. Phillips”; and Natalie Blakemore on UnlimitedPlay.org
Charlie talks with Dr. Nathan Moore and Elizabeth Askin about “The Health Care Handbook”; with Col. Jeff McCausland about Syria and Chemical Weapons; with B&B Wildwood 10 Theatre GM Paul Farnsworth about Free Tickets to “Captain Phillips”; and with Natalie Blakemore about Unlimited Playground.
Vice President Joe Biden is heading into the belly of Democrats’ anti-war opposition, venturing into a politically influential heartland state for the first time since President Barack Obama publicly endorsed a possible military strike on Syria.
Republicans gathering at a Midwestern conference appear divided about whether the U.S. should get involved in a conflict in Syria.