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The discussion turns to President Barack Obama's plan to combat the Islamic State and Americans' addiction to the NFL.
The pundits had plenty to talk about after U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power stopped by three network shows to talk up international support for President Barack Obama's strategy against the Islamic State.
The release of a video showing NFL running back Ray Rice striking his now-wife in an Atlantic City, N.J., casino elevator revived conversations about domestic violence on politics and sports shows alike.
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Pundits discussed President Barack Obama's plan to defeat the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, as well as the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice case.
Pundits discussed the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice investigation and the options to defeat the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.