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4:04 PM - Thursday, August 28, 2014
4 hour ago - Washington Post / David Nakamura
President Obama said Thursday he has not decided on stepped-up military action against the Islamic State in Iraq or Syria, cautioning that he remains committed to a strategy that protects U.S. interests and builds broader partnerships to comba . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, weighing in for the first time on the controversial shooting death of Michael Brown, said Thursday that she grieves for both Brown's family and his community, and she urged Americans to strive for bet . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Elahe Izadi
President Obama wore a tan suit on Thursday while talking about Ukraine and the Islamic State, and political Twitter promptly went nuts. Over the suit. You see, Obama has a tendency to wear gray or blue suits.   Read full article >>
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Josh Hicks
A Department of Veterans Affairs office has drawn fire for likening disgruntled veterans to Oscar the Grouch in a training guide for employees who were preparing for a town hall meeting this week, according to a newspaper report. Read full article >>
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Reid Wilson
Pennsylvania won federal approval to expand its Medicaid program to nearly 500,000 low-income adults on Thursday, becoming the ninth state led by a Republican governor to join the expansion under the president’s health-care law. Read full article >>
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Rucker
NEW ORLEANS — In Washington, Sen. Mary Landrieu lives in a stately, $2.5 million brick manse she and her husband built on Capitol Hill. Here in Louisiana, however, the Democrat does not have a home of her own. She is registered to vote at a lar . . .
3 hour ago - POLITICO
The arrests are one of the largest shows of civil disobedience at the White House over immigration.
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8 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
It's not easy being Tom Corbett. The Republican Pennsylvania governor is basically being left for dead in his reelection campaign, kneecapped by poor approval ratings and the surprisingly strong campaign of businessman and political newcomer T . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Kimberly Kindy
The nation’s largest food industry trade group said Wednesday it will roll out a series of initiatives to address growing concerns among consumers and the Food and Drug Administration about the safety of chemicals that often are secretly added . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Barack Obama said Thursday that the U.S. is developing a strategy and military options to counter Sunni extremist group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
10 hour ago - chicago / Lisa Black
A letter to parents in a small north central Illinois town has gone viral after the superintendent bemoaned the national emphasis on high-stakes testing and described the Common Core curriculum as lacking common sense.
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Josh Hicks
The Department of Veterans Affairs on Thursday updated its online GI Bill Comparison Tool with the goal of improving how former troops estimate their education benefits and explore programs across the country. Read full article >>
5 hour ago - drudge.com
Max Fisher, Vox: There are two things happening between Ukraine and Russia right now. First, Russian and Ukrainian leaders are meeting in Belarus to negotiate a peace deal in the Ukrainian conflict that Russia insists it has nothing to do with. . . .
17 hour ago - Daily Intel / Margaret Hartmann
A day after the New York Times refused to endorse Andrew Cuomo, the paper made another dig at the governor by rejecting Kathy Hochul, his choice for lieutenant governor, citing her "deeply troubling record on health reform, gun control and envi . . .
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Adam Goldberg
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will speak at 4 p.m. from the White House before convening a meeting with his national security team on the militant threat in Syria and Iraq. The U.S. is already launching airstrikes against Islamic . . .
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