TCTI: Too Crazy To Ignore
Dave Ross

The most important state in American politics is suddenly ... Kansas?

There's a chance that after November that the U.S. Senate could be close to a tie between Democrats and Republicans, in which case the decision as to which party is in control could end up in the hands of this Kansas millionaire.

Second Fisher House at JBLM breaks ground

The rain stopped and the sun came out at Joint Base Lewis-McChord just in time for the formal groundbreaking for a very special project this week.

Even your fork is watching

It's tempting to think it's just a joke.

How to bend an iPhone

Apple customers are generally wonderful people, but with two annoying habits.

When lawyers go to war

The U.S. bombing campaign, as it happens, is walking a fine legal line because according to national security experts, we are operating under a very specific law.

It never crossed his mind

Last week, ESPN last week ran a long article alleging that the Baltimore Ravens knew there was clear video evidence of the sucker punch running back Ray Rice threw at his then-girlfriend - but deliberately covered it up.

Should the president have listened to the experts?

Speaking on 60 Minutes former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said he, along with a majority of President Obama's national security advisers, recommended two years ago that Syrian rebels should be armed.

Equal time for Rand Paul

So today, some equal time for Senator Rand Paul who can't believe we're on the brink of yet another Middle East war.

Let's meet the folks we're getting in bed with

We are about to get in bed with various Syrian rebels - rebels we have been hesitant to arm for fear the weapons might end up in the wrong hands. But skeptical Senators got some reassurance yesterday that there is indeed a moderate opposition.

The fate of the world may depend on what 'yes' means

The subject before the Senate Armed Services committee Tuesday was the President's plan to cripple the radical Islamic army known as ISIL.

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