Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday that being able to "dot the I's and cross the T's on foreign leaders and geographical locations" allows leaders "to put our military in harm's way."
Johnson was responding to questions about his latest foreign policy gaffes, including one last month when he asked "What is Aleppo?" when asked about the war in Syria, and more recently when he could not name a single world leader he admired in a conversation with Chris Matthews.
Two more Syrian generals crossed into Turkey Tuesday, bringing to 27 the total number of generals who have fled the violence in Syria, a Turkish foreign ministry diplomat told AFP on Wednesday.
Scientist have discovered a way to find your veins before poking around half a dozen times to find the spot. The Australian Red Cross Blood service is using a near infrared light device that locates blood to study whether being able...