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First Read Minute: Raising the Stakes at the U.N. NBC News Politics NBC News Politics

Khorasan near 'execution phase' of planned attacks in U.S. and Europe

An Islamic militant network known as the Khorasan Group was near “the execution phase” of terrorist plots in the United States and Europe when President Obama ordered airstrikes against them as part of the bombing campaign in Syria overnight, a senior administration official said...

Story 2 of 19: climate, obama, change
Obama: U.S., China Must Lead on Climate WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

Obama: U.S., China Must Lead on Climate

President Barack Obama said the U.S. and China have a "special responsibility to lead" efforts to curb carbon greenhouse gas emissions, as he sought to enlist nations to combat climate change.

9/23/2014 6:33pm · WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News
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Obama: ‘I still have a lot of debt to pay’ to Hillary Clinton Post Politics Post Politics

Obama: ‘I still have a lot of debt to pay’ to Hillary Clinton

President Obama said Tuesday "one of the best decisions" he made in office "was to ask Hillary Clinton to serve as our nation’s secretary of state." "I’ll always be grateful for her extraordinary leadership representing our nation around the world," he said at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York. “And I still have a lot […]

9/23/2014 8:46pm · Post Politics Post Politics
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Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn to star in ‘True Detective,’ Season 2 Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn to star in ‘True Detective,’ Season 2

HBO has finally — finally -- confirmed casting for the second season of its breakout hit, “True Detective”: After months of speculation, actors Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn will officially be the leads. Read full article >>

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Ebola cases to explode without drastic action: WHO Business Insider Business Insider

Ebola cases to explode without drastic action: WHO

Geneva (AFP) - The Ebola epidemic is set to explode unless the response is radically intensified, the WHO said Tuesday, warning that hundreds of thousands could be infected by the end of the year.The UN agency said in a report that new cases would surge from hundreds each week to thousands without "drastic improvements in control measures", with the number of infections set to more than triple...

9/23/2014 5:45pm · Business Insider Business Insider

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Move To Curb U.S. Corporate Tax Dodges Could Delay Reform Politics Politics

Everyone is for corporate tax overhaul; why doesn’t it happen?

President Barack Obama’s announced crackdown on what he calls an unpatriotic move by U.S. corporations to shift their headquarters and tax bills to low-tax countries is raising the question of…Click to Continue »

9/23/2014 8:39pm · McClatchy DC -- Homepage McClatchy DC -- Homepage

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Denies SCOTUS Is ‘Conservative’ Court Mediaite Mediaite

Ginsburg: If I Resigned, Obama Couldn't Appoint 'Someone Like Me'

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has a message for progressives who want her to retire under President Barack Obama: That ain't happening, and even if I did, my replacement would be nothing like me.  The leader of the Supreme Court's liberal wing told Elle magazine that if she did so, Obama would not be able to secure Senate approval for "anyone I would like to see in the court." Read More →

9/23/2014 8:56pm · All TPM News All TPM News

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Story 8 of 19: america, miss, kazantsev
MISS AMERICA SCANDAL Winner's classmates say hazing at Hofstra 'intense' FOXNews.com FOXNews.com

MISS AMERICA SCANDAL Winner's classmates say hazing at Hofstra 'intense'

Miss America Kira Kazantsev kicked out of sorority for hazing19-year-old student's death at Rutgers frat house under investigationDate-rape drug probe at Wisconsin frat leads to unrelated chargesVIDEO: Miss America Kira Kazantsev talks domestic violence

9/23/2014 8:40pm · FOXNews.com FOXNews.com

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Fox News Contributor Stephen Hayes Is on the Terrorist Watch List Mediaite Mediaite

Fox News Contributor Stephen Hayes Is on the Terrorist Watch List

Senior writer for the Weekly Standard and regular panelist on Fox News’ Special Report Stephen Hayes just found out he’s on the Department of Homeland Security’s terrorist watch list. The pundit tweeted his discovery Tuesday afternoon: Just informed I'm on the @DHSgov terrorist watch list. Explains why I have been subject to extra screening each of my recent trips. —...

9/23/2014 7:33pm · Mediaite Mediaite
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Dinesh D’Souza avoids jail time, get five years of probation for campaign finance violation Post Politics Post Politics

Dinesh D’Souza avoids jail time, get five years of probation for campaign finance violation

A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced Dinesh D’Souza to five years of probation, including eight months in a community confinement center, ordering no jail time for the conservative author and pundit who pleaded guilty to using straw donors to make an illegal campaign contribution.  U.S. District Judge Richard Berman handed down the sentence, which also includes a […]

9/23/2014 6:11pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Osama Bin Laden's Son-in-Law Sentenced to Life in Prison Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

Judge sends Osama bin Laden spokesman to prison for life

A federal judge in New York sentenced Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law, the terror organization’s spokesman after the Sept. 11th attacks that claimed the lives of about 2,976 Americans, to life…Click to Continue »

9/23/2014 5:25pm · McClatchy DC -- Homepage McClatchy DC -- Homepage

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Second Fence Added... Drudge Report Feed Drudge Report Feed

White House security errors committed weeks before man vaulted fence

WASHINGTON — The Secret Service's errors in responding to the trespasser who dashed into the White House last week occurred long before he vaulted the executive mansion's iron fence, former top agents said.

9/23/2014 7:20pm · News - Chicago Tribune News - Chicago Tribune

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Story 13 of 19: salute, president, obama
Video: Semi-retired president now saluting Marines with coffee in hand Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Obama salutes a Marine while holding a cup.

As he always does, President Obama saluted the Marines who flanked him as he stepped off of Marine One in New York Tuesday. But this time was different. This time, his salute was beverage-enhanced. The president has notoriously opted for tea over coffee at numerous stops, so it wasn't immediately clear which kind of caffeinated […]

9/23/2014 8:55pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Video: Israel shoots down Syrian jet over Golan Heights Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Israel says downed Syrian jet entered its airspace, acted threatening

A Syrian fighter jet shot down after breaching the nation’s airspace could have flown anywhere over Israel within five minutes given its speed and the country's small dimensions, Israeli military sources said Tuesday.

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Holder: Ferguson shooting presents country with ‘moment of decision’ Post Politics Post Politics

Holder: Ferguson shooting presents country with ‘moment of decision’

Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said Tuesday that the shooting of the unarmed black teenager by a police officer in suburban St. Louis and the tense protests, riots and national discussion that it sparked has left the country at a "moment of decision" about how police interact with racial minorities. "These tensions simmer every day […]

9/23/2014 6:38pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Today is National Voter Registration Day. Democrats want to make sure you know that. The Fix The Fix

The Fix: Today is National Voter Registration Day. Democrats want to make sure you know that.

Today is National Voter Registration Day. Many people are celebrating by registering to vote. However, they would enjoy the holiday much more if they had a candle that smells like freedom. Oh, and it should wear a patriotic hat too. Read full article >>

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This is the most important election in Kansas in 40 years The Fix The Fix

This is the most important election in Kansas in 40 years

All eyes in the political world are on Kansas with Sen. Pat Roberts (R) emerging as the linchpin of Republicans' hopes of retaking the Senate, and Gov. Sam Brownback being cast as a conservative experiment gone wrong. To make sense of just what is going on in Kansas, I reached out to Burdett "Bird" Loomis, […]

9/23/2014 5:02pm · The Fix The Fix

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Hispanic Democrats are really down on their party’s immigration efforts The Fix The Fix

Hispanic Democrats are really down on their party’s immigration efforts

Latino activists across the country pledged another Freedom Summer if President Obama went through on his promised executive action on immigration reform.  They promised that they would flood states across the country, knocking on doors and helping Democrats keep the Senate. And they said Obama would be known as the "great emancipator" if he acted. Well, […]

9/23/2014 7:40pm · The Fix The Fix

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John Boehner put Joy Behar in headlock at Anthony Weiner’s brother’s restaurant. Yes, really. The Fix The Fix

John Boehner put Joy Behar in headlock at Anthony Weiner’s brother’s restaurant. Yes, really.

Speaker John Boehner was in the Hamptons this weekend. The Republican lawmaker attended a fundraiser for New York state senator Lee Zeldin, the Republican candidate challenging Rep. Tim Bishop. While he was in Long Island, Boehner also stopped by the popular Almond restaurant in East Hampton, as we learned from former representative Anthony Weiner -- whose […]

9/23/2014 6:30pm · The Fix The Fix

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