US approves plan to arm Syrian rebels

House vote passes despite opposition from members of both parties

Auto lenders face tougher US supervision

Dealers strongly opposed to new oversight from CFPB

Obama’s battle with immigration reform

Hispanic groups should not lose sight of US political reality

Syrian Kurds eye greater role in Isis fight

YPG believed to be affiliated with blacklisted terrorist group

Obama calls for global response to Ebola

US sending 3,000 troops as UN warns toll could double in weeks

US hints at ground troops for Isis fight

General says US military could join Iraqi soldiers in battle

De Blasio to speak at Labour conference

Democratic New York mayor is inspiration to Ed Miliband

Fed faces ‘considerable’ time challenge

Markets looking for guidance in central bank language

Tax doubts dampen hiring by US companies

Reform hiatus means executives are reluctant to invest

Ground crew for U.S. Marine F18's goes through the final process of arming the aircraft prior to their missions over Iraq March 22, 2003. The United States and Britain unleashed their first daylight air strikes on Baghdad on Saturday after pounding it with a fearsome night blitz. - RTXLUSQ

US jets strike Isis to help Iraqi military

First attacks in direct support of Baghdad’s troops

Crowdpac helps politicians tap the crowd

Former Downing Street policy guru matches donors to candidates

US campaign teams fight for small donors

Democrats and Republicans diverge in pursuit of online funding

Hispanics turn on Democrats over delay

Immigrant groups say Obama is taking them for granted

Hopes of a deal on tax inversions fade

US Congress unlikely to legislate before November elections

America’s perpetual war on terror by any other name

If you embark on something with your eyes half-open, you are likely to lose sight of reality