Did you catch the thrilling first World Cup game win for the U.S. men's soccer team in Brazil?
Facing off against Ghana, the U.S. beat them out 2 – 1 with a historic goal by Clint Dempsey made in the first 30 seconds.
A long-standing rivalry between the two teams has been rekindled in these games as Ghana has sent the Americans home in the previous two World Cups.
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Former U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, one of the original architects of the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, told CNN's "New Day" that the United States "should have found a way to keep an American presence in Iraq."
American military forces ended their withdrawal from the country in December 2011. At the time of the U.S. drawdown, Iraq's leadership had agreed that a residual U.S. military presence was desirable, but talks broke down over the prickly issue of legal immunity for U.S. troops in Iraq.
Wolfowitz acknowledged that "a lot of mistakes" had been made in Iraq and that it was not "set up well for Obama when he came in," but he said Obama could have done more after taking power to renegotiate the terms of the U.S. withdrawal agreed on under former President George W. Bush.
"I think we could have kept a substantial, not a huge, American presence - not a combat presence, but the kind of support that would've kept Maliki better under control, that would've given the Iraqi army better ability to function," he said.
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As the crisis in Iraq continues to escalate, there are big questions about whether the U.S. should intervene.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, (D) Hawaii, is an Iraq war veteran who currently opposes U.S. airstrikes in Iraq.
"The Iraqi people have to own their future, form a unity government, and stop the violence," Rep. Gabbard said on "New Day" Tuesday.
The lawmaker also said watching the Iraq military cave to ISIS hurts because "a lot of my friends didn't come home."
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Casey Kasem, who entertained radio listeners for almost four decades as the host of countdown shows such as "American Top 40" and "Casey's Top 40," died early Sunday, according to a Facebook post from his daughter Kerri Kasem.
His son, Mike, described the character of his famous father that fans may not have seen on "New Day" Tuesday.
Mike said as much as his father worked, he was always there for his family.
"This man just cared so much about his family, his friends, people around him. He put them first."
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