The governor greeted the president during a stop in New Jersey to address troops.
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The N.Y. Republican says those with "Islamist leanings" should be closely monitored.
Fifty-one percent said the interrogation methods were justified; 29 percent disagreed.
Obama “unequivocally” rejects Cheney’s view of CIA interrogations, Josh Earnest said.
Dem voters want an active challenge but prefer Clinton as the eventual nominee.
“It's always worth it when you stand behind the American people," Lee says.
State Department employees were sent home or to other sites after a power line was severed.
Clinton touted an initiative to gather data to help women and girls.
Most called the practices torture, but 57 percent believe they produced useful information.
"It shouldn’t surprise people when this happens here," said Michael Morell.