Story 1 of 21: white, house, fence
Another man jumps White House fence, is apprehended on lawn by K-9 squad Post Politics: Breaking Politics News, Political Analysis & More - The Washington Post Post Politics: Breaking Politics News, Political Analysis & More - The Washington Post

Another man jumps White House fence, is apprehended on lawn by K-9 squad

A man jumped the White House fence Wednesday night — only weeks after another fence jumper led to revelations about Secret Service failures — and was taken into custody after being bitten by a guard dog, officials said. Read full article >>

Story 2 of 21: parliament, canadian, ottawa
Terror Hits Canadian Capital WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

Terror Hits Canadian Capital

Canada’s Parliament building and other government offices in Ottawa were locked down after an armed attack in Ottawa left one soldier dead at the country’s main war memorial. A shooter was also killed and police were looking for other possible suspects.

10/23/2014 1:43am · WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News
Story 3 of 21: ebola, vinson, amber
Ebola survival stories are welcome good news msnbc.com Latest Headlines msnbc.com Latest Headlines

Ebola survival stories are welcome good news

Rachel Maddow reports that Amber Vinson, the second nurse to contract Ebola in the U.S., has tested free of the Ebola virus, and Ashoka Mukpo, the freelance journalist working for NBC, is getting reacquainted with his life after recovering from the...Read more Rachel Maddow reports that Amber Vinson, the second nurse to contract Ebola in the U.S., has tested free of the Ebola virus, and Ashoka...

10/23/2014 3:00am · msnbc.com Latest Headlines msnbc.com Latest Headlines
Story 4 of 21: brown, wilson, leaks
Evidence supports officer’s account of shooting in Ferguson Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Evidence supports officer’s account of shooting in Ferguson

Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown fought for control of the officer’s gun, and Wilson fatally shot the unarmed teenager after he moved toward the officer as they faced off in the street, according to interviews, news accounts and the full report of the St. Louis County autopsy of Brown’s body. Read full article >>

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Story 5 of 21: ebola, obama, optimistic
Obama ‘cautiously more optimistic’ on Ebola Post Politics Post Politics

Obama ‘cautiously more optimistic’ on Ebola

President Obama said Wednesday that he was "cautiously more optimistic" that the chances of additional infections in the U.S. stemming from Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan are ebbing." "A number of things make us cautiously more optimistic about the situation here in the United States," Obama said after holding his first Oval Office meeting with newly-appointed […]

10/22/2014 9:55pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 6 of 21: washington, post, ben
7 things you didn’t read today (but should have) The Fix The Fix

Ben Bradlee's Joie de Journalism

Jill Abramson, TimeThe former top editor of the New York Times remembers the man who ran the Washington Post. 'Ben had total joie de journalism,' she writes. 'It oozed from every pore'“[Ben] Bradlee is luminescent.” The Washington Post April 19, 1981.This is the best description of him ever. Oddly, it was published as part of the long, painful autopsy written by Bill Green, the...

10/22/2014 8:23pm · RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

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Story 7 of 21: gardner, poll, colorado
Another poll shows Cory Gardner ahead in Colorado. Is the seat slipping away from Democrats? The Fix The Fix

Another poll shows Cory Gardner ahead in Colorado. Is the seat slipping away from Democrats?

For weeks, Rep. Cory Gardner (R) and Sen. Mark Udall (D) have been statistically tied in polls of the Colorado Senate race, with Gardner in the lead but well within the margin of error. Now a new poll, taken over the last four days, shows Gardner leading by seven points. According to the USA Today/Suffolk University poll, […]

10/22/2014 9:12pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 8 of 21: travelers, cdc, ebola
U.S. plans 21-day monitoring of people who arrive from Ebola-stricken nations Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

U.S. plans 21-day monitoring of people who arrive from Ebola-stricken nations

Every airline passenger who arrives in the United States from one of the three West African nations hardest hit by Ebola will be monitored by state and local health authorities for 21 days, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday. Read full article >>

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Story 9 of 21: jerusalem, palestinian, israeli
Riots Follow a Suspected Terror Attack in Jerusalem The Wire The Wire

Riots Follow a Suspected Terror Attack in Jerusalem

In its original conception, the Jerusalem Light Rail, which ferries passengers through the troubled city's Jewish and Arab neighborhoods, was imagined as a symbol for coexistence. Or, as Jodi Rudoren (more quixotically) wrote: A rare sliver where devout and hedonistic, new arrivals and ancestral natives, soldiers and tourists and, yes, Palestinians and Jews paid the same $2 fare and watched...

10/22/2014 9:10pm · Master Feed : The Atlantic Master Feed : The Atlantic

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Story 10 of 21: fraud, strikes, ballot
James O'Keefe Strikes Again RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

James O'Keefe Strikes Again

John Fund, National ReviewMany liberals are adamant there is no threat of voter fraud that justifies efforts to improve the integrity of elections. “There is no real concrete evidence of voter fraud,” tweeted Donna Brazile, former acting chair of the Democratic National Committee, this week. “It’s a big ass lie.”

10/22/2014 8:12pm · RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage
Story 11 of 21: fbi, south, active
FBI investigating South Dakota EB-5 program, a potential blow to Senate GOP Post Politics Post Politics

FBI investigating South Dakota EB-5 program, a potential blow to Senate GOP

The FBI is still "actively" probing South Dakota's EB-5 program, it was reported Wednesday -- a new detail that could further complicate the Senate campaign of former governor Mike Rounds (R). The investigation "is active but I can't say anything more about it," FBI Minneapolis Division Chief Counsel Kyle Loven told The Washington Post Wednesday […]

10/22/2014 9:02pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 12 of 21: grimes, mcconnell, kentucky
DSCC Changes Mind, Places $650K In New Ads For Alison Lundergan Grimes Latest from Crooks and Liars Latest from Crooks and Liars

DSCC Going Back On The Air In Kentucky

It made big news recently when the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee announced it was pulling its ads out of Kentucky, where Alison Lundergan Grimes had been thought to have a good shot at knocking off incumbent Republican and Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell. Now the DSCC has announced it's going back on the air there. Both Hillary and Bill Clinton  have recently visited the...

10/22/2014 10:50pm · Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed
Story 13 of 21: blackwater, guards, iraq
Four Blackwater guards found guilty in 2007 Iraq shootings of 31 unarmed civilians Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Four Blackwater guards found guilty in 2007 Iraq shootings of 31 unarmed civilians

A federal jury in Washington convicted four Blackwater Worldwide guards Wednesday in the fatal shooting of 14 unarmed Iraqis, seven years after the American security contractors fired machine guns and grenades into a Baghdad traffic circle in one of the most ignominious chapters of the Iraq war. Read full article >>

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Story 14 of 21: kurds, turkey, syrian
Cold Turkey The Wire The Wire

Cold Turkey

On Wednesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan offered this sharp critique of an American airdrop of weapons on Monday, which was meant to reach the Kurdish fighters in the Syrian town of Kobani: "What was done here on this subject turned out to be wrong. Why did it turn out wrong? Because some of the weapons they dropped from those C130s were seized by ISIL." As we noted on...

10/22/2014 9:55pm · The Wire The Wire
Story 15 of 21: obama, democrats, barack
JOSEPH CURL: Trick or treat: Democrats running scared from Obama www.washingtontimes.com stories: Political Theater www.washingtontimes.com stories: Political Theater

JOSEPH CURL: Trick or treat: Democrats running scared from Obama

ANALYSIS/OPINION: There's "keeping your distance," and then there's crossing to the other side of the street, pulling your hat down over your eyes and pretending you don't see that annoying neighbor you'd rather not chat with at the moment. Democrats are in the latter camp, fleeing President Obama in droves ...

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Story 16 of 21: canada, obama, canadian
Obama: Canada, US Have to Be Entirely in Sync on Dealing with Terrorism Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

Obama: U.S., Canada 'Coordinating Very Closely' On Ottawa Shootings

President Obama on Wednesday expressed concern about the shootings in Ottawa, Canada and said that the U.S. is working with Canada to determine whether the shootings were a terrorist attack.  "Just two days ago, a Canadian soldier had been killed in an attack. We now know that another young man was killed today. And I expressed on the behalf of the American people, our condolences to the family...

10/22/2014 9:20pm · All TPM News All TPM News

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Story 17 of 21: christie, minimum, chris
Chris Christie versus Rand Paul, part 19: Ebola The Fix The Fix

The Fix: Chris Christie versus Rand Paul, part 19: Ebola

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) don't like each other. This isn't "news," as such; the two got into a feud in July 2013 over foreign policy and government spending and who was better, Springsteen or Rush (probably). Read full article >>

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Story 18 of 21: zehafbibeau, michael, canadian
ISIS-Affiliated Twitter Account Claims Ottawa Shooter As Its Own Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

Reuters: Suspect in Ottawa attack identified, was a Canadian convert to Islam

Terror. That’s all Reuters has right now, apart from his name: Michael Zehaf-Bibeau. One reporter notes, though, that that name appears several times in Montreal’s court database on drug charges. Martin Couture-Rouleau, the suspect in the other recent attack on Canadian soldiers and a convert to Islam himself, also lived in Quebec. Might be just a […] Read this post »...

10/22/2014 9:10pm · Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

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Story 19 of 21: midterm, news, election
2014 will be the most expensive midterm election ever The Fix The Fix

2014 will be the most expensive midterm election ever

The total price tag for the 2014 midterms -- an election which almost no one is paying attention to -- will be nearly $4 billion, according to projections released Wednesday by the Center for Responsive Politics. That would make it the most expensive midterm election in history and set the stage for a 2016 presidential […]

10/22/2014 8:26pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 20 of 21: astorino, cuomo, governor
Lovett: Gubernatorial debate was too little for GOP candidate Rob Astorino Nydn All Featured Columnist feed Nydn All Featured Columnist feed

Lovett: Gubernatorial debate was too little for GOP candidate Rob Astorino

Rob Astorino did exactly what he had to do. But unfortunately for the long-shot Republican, his high-octane performance against Gov. Cuomo was like winning a late round in a 15-round fight that he is losing badly.

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Story 21 of 21: government, house, mccarthy
The House GOP's New War on Incompetence The Wire The Wire

The House GOP's New War on Incompetence

House Republicans haven't officially locked down their majority for next year, but they're already sketching out a legislative agenda for when they do. In a memo to lawmakers on Wednesday, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said the party would target the federal bureaucracy with an eye toward restoring "competence" across a range of scandal-plagued departments and agencies. He cited the...

10/22/2014 9:48pm · Master Feed : The Atlantic Master Feed : The Atlantic

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