The NBC anchor said it is 'painfully apparent' he must take a break during fallout of a now-retracted false account from the Iraq war.
"What is beautiful is the child that could come as a production of this." This being rape, said a West Virginia lawmaker.
(Reuters) - Six people have been charged with providing money and equipment including U.S. military uniforms to foreign fighters joining al Qaeda, Nusra Front and Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday. The six are Bosnian natives living in Missouri, Illinois and New York. Five of them were arrested in the United States and charged with conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists.