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4:24 PM - Friday, October 24, 2014
10 hour ago - Real Clear Politics - TIME.com / Alexandra Sifferlin
Your chances of getting Ebola in the U.S. are very slim. But if you do, who's footing the bill?
4 hour ago - nationalreview.com / Brendan Bordelon
A shooting at a Seattle-area high school left at least two dead, including the gunman (a student) and one other student or staff member. Several other students injured.The incident occurred 45 minutes north of Seattlen at Marysville-Pilchuk Hig . . .
10 hour ago - dailykos.com
Joni Ernst: Scarier than she wants you to know about. Why, oh why, has Joni Ernst been hiding from the Iowa press, refusing to do endorsement meetings with editorial boards and in-depth interviews with local television news? What topics . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Jesse Richman
Could control of the Senate in 2014 be decided by illegal votes cast by non-citizens? Some argue that incidents of voting by non-citizens are so rare as to be inconsequential, with efforts to block fraud a screen for an agenda to prevent poor . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Democrats in crucial Senate races are turning to a tactic that has worked in the past: trying to cast Republicans as too willing to send jobs overseas.
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
The big news Thursday night was that a new Boston Globe poll in the Massachusetts governor's race showed Republican Charlie Baker leading Democrat Martha Coakley by 9 points. Coakley, it bears mentioning, previously lost that big 2010 Massachu . . .
11 hour ago - Latest Politic
The Republican senate candidate criticizes Obama's handling of the virus, but his opponent, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, says Brown is "fear-mongering"
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
If you're anything like us on the Fix, you probably grew up daydreaming about the midterms, and how you wished you could spend every minute of your life thinking about them. No, not only thinking about them. Being them. Read full article >>
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Josh Hicks
Many U.S. taxpayers probably know that they’re subsidizing Afghanistan’s government operations and development efforts, but it may surprise them to learn that they’re paying for the war-torn nation to enter the modern era of televised sports co . . .
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Anna Almendrala
When officials suspected Dr. Craig Spencer might have Ebola, they sent two ambulances to his Harlem apartment to transport him to Bellevue Hospital, The New York Times reported. Fully covered, specially trained EMS crew members brought Spen . . .
5 hour ago - The Guardian
Israeli military say soldiers prevented an attack by opening fire on a Palestinian who was throwing firebombs at trafficA Palestinian-American teenager was killed during clashes with the Israeli military on Friday amid heightened tensions in Je . . .
11 hour ago - voanews.com
European leaders agreed Friday to a billion-dollar funding boost for the fight against Ebola in West Africa, as they wrapped up a summit marked by a key agreement over climate change and divisions on financial issues. The new European Union . . .
19 hour ago - voanews.com
Hong Kong's student protest leaders plan to hold a vote to measure demonstrator support for government reform proposals offered at talks earlier this week. A coalition of protest groups says it will hold the referendum on Sunday at the main . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
1. Sunlight Foundation updated its list of the top donors of 2014 today -- Tom Steyer is way, way out in front. 2. Fact from the Wall Street Journal's story on Republican outreach to black voters: "Of 671 black state legislators, just 13 are R . . .
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