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War Debate Will Follow Congress Back Home RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

War Debate Will Follow Congress Back Home

Caitlin Huey-Burns, RCPJust a week after President Obama addressed the nation about the threat posed by Islamic State militants and asked Congress to approve arming and training Syrian rebels to fight them, lawmakers gave him what he wanted Thursday evening. The action was quick, by this CongressÂ’ standards, and bipartisan, featuring the formation of atypical alliances -- but not...

9/19/2014 8:47am · RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

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READ IN: Kilt-Lifter Edition

Don't forget to sign up for Read In, your daily must-read on what's happening in politics, inside the Beltway and beyond! A1: The stories you need to read before your first conference call. -- Voters in Scotland on Thursday opted to stay with the United Kingdom by a wide 55 percent to 45 percent margin, after a heated and divisive campaign over independence. Most electoral districts reported...

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Story 4 of 16: scotland, vote, independence
Scottish referendum: Cameron pledges 'devolution revolution' after no vote Politics | The Guardian Politics | The Guardian

‘No’ vote wins in Scotland by comfortable margin, ending push for independence

The United Kingdom survived the threat of being ripped apart through a Scottish independence referendum, with voters rejecting breaking a 307-year-old union with England by a comfortable margin.Click to Continue »

9/19/2014 5:13am · McClatchy DC -- Homepage McClatchy DC -- Homepage
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Exonerated, Chris Christie taunts the press by embracing Roger Goodell Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Exonerated, Chris Christie taunts the press by embracing Roger Goodell

Testing his limits.  On Thursday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was largely exonerated when a report revealed U.S. Justice Department investigation found no link between him and the closure of two lanes of the George Washington Bridge one year ago. No one will be harder hit by the news than the political press. When the story broke in […] Read this post » Testing his limits.

9/19/2014 12:41pm · Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

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Islamic Terrorists Control Our Minds RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

The Islamic State's Jihadi Logic

Charles Krauthammer, Wash. PostWhat was the Islamic State thinking? We know it is sophisticated in its use of modern media. But what was the logic of propagating to the world videos of its beheadings of two Americans (and subsequently a Briton) — sure to inflame public opinion?There are two possible explanations.

9/19/2014 4:33am · RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

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Disapproval over NFL handling of abuse: poll msnbc.com Latest Headlines msnbc.com Latest Headlines

DISCIPLINE DISPUTE Could Lions star's remarks spark next NFL scandal?

KURTZ: Media out of control on NFL? Nope, it's about timeCardinals' Dwyer deactivated after domestic abuse chargesOPINION: Did Peterson cross the line? PepsiCo CEO 'deeply disturbed' by NFL arrestsVIDEO: Sponsors voice concern over NFL's handling of scandals VIDEO: Is there a 'culture problem' in the NFL?

9/19/2014 9:15am · FOXNews.com FOXNews.com

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Jack Ma, Meet the U.S. Business Networks TVNewser TVNewser

'China's Amazon' expected to beat U.S. Amazon, Ebay in IPO

Alibaba Group Holding priced its initial public offering at $68 a share, the top end of the expected range, raising $21.8 billion on Thursday, in the latest sign of strong investor appetite for the Chinese e-commerce juggernaut.

9/19/2014 11:52am · News - Chicago Tribune News - Chicago Tribune

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Drugmaker GSK fined $490 mn in China graft probe: Xinhua Business Insider Business Insider

China Fines GSK $492M, Jails Managers for Bribery

A court fined British drug maker GlaxoSmithKline 3 billion yuan ($492 million) and sentenced its British former country manager and others to prison on Friday for bribing doctors and hospitals to use its products, a state news agency reported.

9/19/2014 8:45am · NYT > Home Page NYT > Home Page

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Pat Roberts just got some very bad news. It’s very unlikely it’ll decide the Senate.

The Kansas Supreme Court on Thursday dropped the latest variable into the 2014 battle for the Senate, ruling that Democrat Chad Taylor, who dropped out of the state's Senate race but was initially kept on the ballot, must now be removed from said ballot. Democrats are happy; Republicans are not. The legal battle isn't over, […]

9/19/2014 10:30am · The Fix The Fix

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Cameron's devolution revolution: what could it mean for the UK? Q&A Politics | The Guardian Politics | The Guardian

Cameron's devolution revolution: what could it mean for the UK? Q&A

What is the West Lothian question, and how might it work? Your post-referendum questions answered Scotland votes no Friday's developmentsThe question of whether only English MPs should be allowed to vote on English domestic matters such as health and education has been a live political issue since these matters were devolved to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in 1999. Continue reading...

9/19/2014 11:16am · Politics | The Guardian Politics | The Guardian
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Winners of spoof Nobel prize announced at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts

The winners of the spoof IG Nobel Prizes have been announced at a ceremony at Harvard University in Massachusetts and included a team who proved pork strips can stop nosebleeds (shown)

9/19/2014 11:14am · Home | Mail Online Home | Mail Online

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Story 14 of 16: north, carolina, hagan
McConnell Fires Back At Grimes Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

If Republicans Win the Senate

"Senate Republicans are planning aggressive action to intensify oversight of the Obama administration and move conservative legislation long stymied by the Democrats if they win control of the upper chamber in the midterm elections," the Washington Examiner reports.  "Republican leaders are promising a complete makeover of the chamber that goes beyond changes in legislative priorities... Senate...

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iPhone 6 Launch Day: Australian Man Drops It On Concrete, Brits Only Want The Plus, And The First Ever Owner Smashes It To Pieces Forbes Real Time Forbes Real Time

iPhone 6 Launch Day: Australian Man Drops It On Concrete, Brits Only Want The Plus, And The First Ever Owner Smashes It To Pieces

VideoIt’s finally here, the iPhone 6 is going on sale around the world and eager customers are queuing up outside of Apple stores to join the day-one gang. Broadcasters have been following events and interviewing those mad enough to queue up for days, and researchers have been surveying the thoughts [...] VideoIt’s finally here, the iPhone 6 is going on sale around the world and eager customers...

9/19/2014 12:07pm · Forbes Real Time Forbes Real Time
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American man confesses to Bali suitcase murder, Indonesian police say

Chicago couple Tommy Schaefer and Heather Mack admit stuffing body of Macks mother into suitcase, according to policeWoman accused of Bali suitcase murder had troubled life Continue reading...

9/19/2014 11:56am · World news | The Guardian World news | The Guardian

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