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6:27 AM - Friday, September 19, 2014
15 hour ago - The Guardian / Severin Carrell
Yes campaign claws back some support with 57% in Dundee voting for independence Scottish referendum results live coveragePro-UK campaigners were cheered early on Friday by the first results from the Scottish referendum, reporting figures in lin . . .
9/16/2014 - nationalreview.com / Katherine Connell
The Kansas Supreme Court heard oral arguments this morning in the dispute over whether the state’s ballot will bear the name of the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate. The nominee, Shawnee County district attorney Chad Taylor, tried to with . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Niraj Chokshi
For the past few years, states were showing a promising shift: Prison populations were shrinking after decades of growth. But, last year, that trend reversed. Though the federal prison population saw its first decline since 1980, it was offset . . .
22 hour ago - talkingpointsmemo.com / Tom Kludt
Nate Silver admits that he committed one of his own cardinal sins last year when he dismissed the chances of a campaign for Scottish independence. Read More →
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
The latest 2014 candidate to get busted for plagiarism is Monica Wehby, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Oregon. We say latest because it's happened over and over this election cycle. At a time when speeches, statements, policy platfo . . .
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
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 s . . .
6 hour ago - The Guardian
Ukip leader Nigel Farage says England has been ignored in the debate over Scottish independence. Farage says he is pleased the union has been maintained but feels that through the devolution process England has become the poor cousin. He accuse . . .
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Department of Homeland Security, which oversees U.S. Customs and Border Protection, delegated authority to the agency to conduct internal investigations of alleged criminal misconduct.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.), a likely 2016 presidential contender, is adjusting his foreign-policy profile that is bringing him more in line with his party's mainstream.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Obama stuck to his refusal to provide weapons or other lethal military gear to Ukraine, despite a passionate appeal in Congress for help fighting pro-Russia rebels by Ukraine's president.
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Lisa Rein
It’s getting harder to get a job in the federal government.  Some say managers face challenges as they try to hire the best-qualified candidates to a shrinking number of jobs.  The Post wants to hear from you why getting the best people into g . . .
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
The White House unveiled new measures to try to preserve the effectiveness of drugs used to fight human infections as strains of bacteria become increasingly resistant to the existing arsenal of antibiotics.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
The U.S. is tracking multiple terror plots based out of Syria that target the West—threats that current and former intelligence officials say have been traced to al Qaeda's Syrian affiliate and not to Islamic State.
5 hour ago - POLITICO
There's a new war on terror. So just what is Obama's mysterious FBI director up to?
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Juliet Eilperin
The White House will launch an ambitious branding campaign Friday aimed at ending sexual assault on college campuses, in part by enlisting the support of major college sports leagues and prominent celebrities. Read full article >>
8 hour ago - The Guardian
Prime minister David Cameron says he is delighted that Scotland voted to remain part of the United Kingdom. 'The people of Scotland have spoken,' he says outside 10 Downing Street on Friday. 'And it is a clear result.' Cameron says it is now ti . . .
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