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Arizona Sens. John McCain, left, and Jeff Flake speak during the Senate Foreign Relations Committee meeting at which senators gave preliminary approval to a resolution allowing the president to take military action against Syria.

Both of Arizona’s senators voted Wednesday to authorize military strikes against the Syrian government for its reported use of chemical weapons against civilians and opposition forces in that country’s civil war. Read more»

Arizona Sens. John McCain, left, and Jeff Flake confer before Tuesday’s hearing by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee at which administration officials urged congressional approval for action against Syria.

Arizona's Republican senators had only one question as Obama administration officials asked for congressional approval Tuesday for a military strike against Syria: What took so long? Read more» 1

It's all but official: The United States and its allies have accepted that the Syrian government used chemical weapons against its own people and they are prepared to respond. The big question now is how? And, even more important, to what end? Read more»

If there was any doubt about the degree of cooperation between the top military brass of Israel and the United States, the coming month should put those doubts to rest. Read more»

Norquist in 2011

Grover Norquist, an influential Republican lobbyist and anti-tax crusader, is advising his party's lawmakers to cut the defense budget deeply, to avoid a major federal tax hike. Read more»

What happens in Cartagena stays in Cartagena ... until you decide to stiff the hookers and they complain. Loudly. To (eventually) your boss. The President. Of the United States. Read more»