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Topic - Joe Lieberman
A Republican senator from Utah relaunched a measure that bans abortion in the District after 20 weeks of pregnancy mere moments after the House defeated its version of the bill Tuesday night.
Several prominent Republican senators are decrying President Obama's decision to hand over to the Iraqi government a Lebanese Hezbollah terrorist believed to be responsible for the deaths of at least five U.S. servicemen in Iraq.
"I do not, today, see a credible or coherent U.S. strategy right now, for exactly those countries - Syria, Iraq and Libya_that most threaten to emerge as al-Qaida's newest and most dangerous footholds," Connecticut's Lieberman, who retired from the Senate this year, told the Homeland Security Committee.
Sen. Joe Lieberman told a House panel Wednesday that President Barack Obama has "no coherent" anti-terrorism strategy in embattled countries where al-Qaida is gaining new influence, and that's endangering the United States.