Story 1 of 21: obama, 350, troops
Obama orders 350 more US troops to Baghdad Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7

US to send additional 350 military personnel to secure Iraq facilities

PRESIDENT OBAMA announces that he is dispatching approximately 350 additional military personnel to Baghdad to protect US facilities and workers, bringing the total number of troops in Iraq to 1,213. Source: Obama given detailed intel for a year about rise of ISISOPINION: Why doesn't Obama understand we are already at war?Report: Missing Libyan jetliners raise fears of suicide airliner...

9/3/2014 4:57am · FOXNews.com FOXNews.com
Story 2 of 21: alaska, independent, governor
Candidates In Alaska Governor's Race Join Forces To Unseat The Incumbent Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

Democrat and independent merge campaigns in Alaska governor’s race

The Democratic nominee for governor of Alaska and an independent candidate announced Tuesday that they have merged their campaigns, marking the beginning of an unprecedented political alliance in the state that could put a Republican-held seat in play this fall. Walker will continue his run for governor and Mallott will become his running mate, the […]

9/2/2014 10:21pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 4 of 21: arizonas, republican, tobin
Ariz. Governor Race Tightens, But Will That Last? RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

House Republicans catch a break as Tobin wins GOP nomination in Arizona

Rancher Gary Kiehne conceded to state House Speaker Andy Tobin in Arizona's 1st district Republican primary on Tuesday, a boon to the GOP's chances of picking up a swing seat in the fall. In a statement, Kiehne said his "top priority this fall is to see Republicans win here in Arizona, so I want to […]

9/2/2014 10:45pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 5 of 21: washington, post, traced
New Post publisher: Strong Washington ties and longtime interest in the news business The White House The White House

New Post publisher: Strong Washington ties and longtime interest in the news business

The beginning of a new era at The Washington Post might be traced to a private conversation between two old friends in January at that fustiest of Washington insider rituals, the annual Alfalfa Club dinner. Read full article >>

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Planned Parenthood Dismisses 'Cynical' GOP Birth Control Proposal Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

GOP Senate hopefuls favor over-the-counter birth control

Several Republican candidates for Senate have embraced an unorthodox issue as the midterm election approaches — support for over-the-counter birth control pills. At least three GOP hopefuls have spoken during the summer in favor of allowing certain types of contraception to be sold without a prescription. Rep. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), who is challenging incumbent Sen. Mark Udall (D), on Tuesday...

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Glenn Beck on Hillary: ‘She’s Going to Win the Presidency’ Mediaite Mediaite

Glenn Beck: 'Hillary Clinton Will Be The Next President Of The United States'

Glenn Beck made quite a big prediction Tuesday on his radio show.  "Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States," the conservative political commentator said, according to his web site The Blaze. Read More →

9/2/2014 10:17pm · All TPM News All TPM News

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Ted Cruz's Dad: 'The Average Black Does Not' Understand The Minimum Wage Is Bad Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

Ted Cruz's Dad: 'The Average Black Does Not' Understand The Minimum Wage Is Bad

The father of Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said black people “need to be educated” about Democrats, so that they will vote Republican. Cruz, who made the comments at the Western Williamson Republican Club August meeting, added “the average black does not” understand that the minimum wage is bad.

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Story 9 of 21: robertson, phil, convert
Phil Robertson Tells Hannity How He’d Combat ISIS: ‘Convert Them or Kill Them’ Mediaite Mediaite

Phil Robertson Tells Hannity How He’d Combat ISIS: ‘Convert Them or Kill Them’

Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson sat down with Sean Hannity tonight, and right off the bat they jumped right into ISIS. And Robertson shared his thoughts on how to deal with the terrorist group: “either convert them or kill them.” Robertson spoke of how the Bible talks of evil in the world, and wondered why terrorists are still so angry at the United States even though the U.S. has...

9/3/2014 3:00am · Mediaite Mediaite
Story 10 of 21: steven, sotloff, video
US 'sickened' by video appearing to show Isis killing of Steven Sotloff - video World news | The Guardian World news | The Guardian

US 'sickened' by video appearing to show Isis killing of Steven Sotloff - video

A US State Department spokeswoman has says the US is sickened by a video that purports to show the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff. Islamic militants released the video on Tuesday, which appears to show the same Islamic State (Isis) fighter who beheaded another American journalist, James Foley, in August. The killer then threatens to murder a British hostage Isis video claims to show...

9/2/2014 9:00pm · World news | The Guardian World news | The Guardian
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SNEED: Hedge-fund billionaire’s wife says she was coerced into signing pre-nup

It looks like the gloves are off in the divorce of one of Chicago’s wealthiest couples. In an explosive response to the divorce filing from her husband, billionaire investor Ken Griffin, Anne Dias Griffin filed a petition in Cook County court Tuesday demanding the couple’s pre-marital agreement be dissolved because it was signed under duress. Dias Griffin also filed a petition requesting sole...

9/2/2014 11:08pm · Chicago Sun-Times Chicago Sun-Times

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Parents Didn’t Realize Gun Instructor Had Been Shot, Police Say

A family on vacation in Las Vegas did not initially realize that a shooting range instructor had been shot in the head when their 9-year-old daughter lost control of an Uzi, according to a police report.

9/2/2014 9:11pm · NYT > Home Page NYT > Home Page

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Story 13 of 21: apple, icloud, online
Apple: Hackers Stole Celebs' Passwords, Did Not Breach Our Systems Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

What the iCloud Hack Means For You

1. Gut check time: If you go looking for Kate Upton's bod, you may find Justin Verlander's. You need to ask yourself if it's worth the risk.2. This Wall Street Journal account of how the iCloud accounts got hacked seems plausible:A posting on online code-sharing site GitHub said a user had discovered a bug in Apple's Find My iPhone service, which tracks the location of a missing phone and...

9/2/2014 9:04pm · National Review Online National Review Online

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Story 14 of 21: haines, hostage, video
A Briton will be next warns 'Jihadi John' as second hostage Steven Sotloff beheaded The Telegraph - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph The Telegraph - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

A Briton will be next warns 'Jihadi John' as second hostage Steven Sotloff beheaded

Just as Mr Sotloff appeared as the next potential victim at the end of the Foley video, a British hostage is shown on his knees as the latest video draws to a close.

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Story 15 of 21: phone, court, appeals
Judges Express Fears Over NSA Phone Surveillance At Appeals Hearing Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

Federal appeals court hears arguments over NSA’s bulk collection of phone records

NEW YORK — A federal appeals court on Tuesday for the first time heard oral arguments over whether the government’s mass collection of data about Americans’ phone calls is constitutional and legal. In a case that may be headed to the Supreme Court, a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union squared off with a government lawyer over whether the National Security Agency’s gathering of vast...

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Halliburton to Pay $1.1 Billion to Settle Damages in Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

The settlement, a fraction of the damages paid by companies involved in the accident, goes a long way toward resolving Halliburton’s exposure to liability claims.

9/3/2014 12:31am · NYT > Politics NYT > Politics

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Story 17 of 21: campaign, begich, ads
Mark Begich pulls a campaign ad suggesting his opponent was indirectly responsible for a sex crime The Fix The Fix

Mark Begich pulls a campaign ad suggesting his opponent was indirectly responsible for a sex crime

Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) pulled ads from Alaska television stations on Tuesday, following demands from a crime victim's family that the ads were both insensitive and threatened prosecution of a criminal suspect. The case at the center of the state's fiercely contested Senate race is ugly: two grandparents murdered and their two-year-old granddaughter sexually assaulted. […]

9/2/2014 10:57pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 18 of 21: paul, rand, isis
Is Rand Paul a protest candidate? msnbc.com Latest Headlines msnbc.com Latest Headlines

Rand Paul: Let’s smash ISIS

Hawks. A few days old but more timely than ever. Speaking to a ballroom later, some of the loudest applause for Paul came when he quipped: “If the president has no strategy, maybe it’s time for a new president.” In an emailed comment, however, Paul elaborated by saying: “If I were President, I would call a […] Read this post » Hawks.

9/2/2014 9:21pm · Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

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‘Meet the Press’ Makeover Continues with New Acting Executive Producer

NBC News SVP Alex Wallace announced today that John Reiss will join NBC’s “Meet the Press” as acting executive producer, replacing Rob Yarin, who assumed the same role in August 2013 with David Gregory as moderator. TVNewser was first to report that Reiss joins as Chuck Todd prepares to take over as host of the world’s longest running television program this Sunday,...

9/2/2014 9:46pm · FishbowlDC FishbowlDC

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Story 20 of 21: fox, year, report
Fox News: Obama 'Briefed on ISIS More Than a Year Ago' NewsBusters - Exposing Liberal Media Bias NewsBusters - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

Report: Obama’s Daily Briefs Had Detailed Information on ISIL Threat For A Year

President Obama’s daily briefings included specific intelligence about the increasing threat from terror group ISIL with “strong” data on the group for at least a year before they began seizing parts of Iraq, a source has told Fox News. The source, who has asked to remain anonymous due to the classified nature of the President’s Daily Brief, told Fox News that the...

9/3/2014 12:18am · Washington Free Beacon Washington Free Beacon

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