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8:26 AM - Saturday, September 20, 2014
9/18/2014 - Washington Post / Sebastian Payne
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko asked Congress Thursday to provide more assistance, including military equipment, to aid his government’s fight against Russian-backed separatists. “I urge America to help us rise and be equal to its natura . . .
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9/18/2014 - The Huffington Post / Benjamin Hart
As Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey explores a 2016 presidential campaign, he is under growing pressure from his State Legislature to rejoin a regional cap-and-trade program that would limit New Jersey’s carbon emissions — and likely hurt his . . .
9/18/2014 - FOXNews.com
VIDEO: First Benghazi hearing focuses on security VIDEO: Gowdy, Cummings open hearing VIDEO: Annex Security Team members react to hearing VIDEO: Rep. Jordan: State Dept. denied, reduced security
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Apple Inc's latest phone lured throngs of gadget lovers, entrepreneurs and early adapters to its stores in New York, San Francisco and other cities around the world in the latest sign of strong initial demand for the new, larger generation of i . . .
9/19/2014 - The Huffington Post / Lydia O'Connor
The day after San Francisco supervisor Scott Wiener came “out of the PrEP closet” on The Huffington Post as a user of the revolutionary HIV-prevention drug, activists gathered outside of San Francisco City Hall to rally in support of an initiat . . .
9/19/2014 - WSJ.com
The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled Democratic Senate candidate Chad Taylor can withdraw from the ballot, leaving incumbent Republican Pat Roberts and Independent Greg Orman as the main candidates.
9/19/2014 - The Atlantic / Conor Friedersdorf
Research suggests that family violence is two to four times higher in the law-enforcement community than in the general population. So where's the public outrage?
9/18/2014 - NY Times
Lawmakers sidestepped the debate over the extent of American military action until the lame-duck session of Congress later this year.
18 hour ago - drudge.com
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: When Trey Gowdy got the job to run the House's new Benghazi select committee, there was good reason to fear bad things. ... But when the South Carolina Republican chaired his panel's first public hearing Wednesday . . .
7 hour ago - The Guardian / Suzanne Goldenberg
Rich countries pledged to find $100bn a year by 2020, but so far only Germany has made a significant contributionBarack Obama will not be pledging any cash to a near-empty fund for poor countries at a United Nations summit on climate change nex . . .
9/19/2014 - drudge.com
In an interview with The Daily Beast on Tuesday, Sen. Rand Paul discussed the war against ISIS -- and in doing so, repeated a thoroughly debunked rumor about John McCain palling around with the Islamic extremist group. Needless to say, a certai . . .
9/18/2014 - Washington Post / Griff Witte
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND — With civility and passion, nearly all of Scotland’s voters turned out Thursday for a historic referendum that offered residents of this ancient land the chance to create the world’s newest independent nation by breaking up . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Bump
Vice President Biden had a bad week. By objective standards, that is. Of course Biden, being Biden, probably isn't overly concerned about offering up four weird comments of varying levels of cringey-ness over the course of three days. But for a . . .
20 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) on Friday directed county officials to begin sending out overseas and military absentee ballots without a Democratic Senate nominee on them, a reversal from his position on Thursday. Read full article >>
5 hour ago - POLITICO / Associated Press
He is convicted of conspiring to hide payment for work on two congressional campaigns.
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Emily Wax
Three years ago, the military ended the 18-year ban on gays serving openly in the military, a policy known as “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” It was an emotional milestone eagerly anticipated by gay rights activists around the country and watched aro . . .
10 hour ago - LA Times / James Queally
Eight Russian aircraft and refueling tankers were intercepted by U.S. and Canadian fighter jets off the coast of Alaska this week, officials said.
5 hour ago - POLITICO / Jennifer Epstein
Female politicians don't have to be models, but they do have to maintain an appropriate appearance.
18 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Ryan Grenoble
Vice President Joe Biden took time before a fundraising event in Denver Friday afternoon to attend a roundtable discussion on domestic violence. Biden, seated with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and a panel of domestic violence advocates, surv . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Braden Goyette
Georgia has seen major demographic shifts in recent years, with significant increases in African-American, Hispanic and Asian-American populations. The politics of Georgia, however, with gun control debates and harsh immigration laws, seem to l . . .
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