Carney: No Evidence Suggests Terrorist Attacks On Bin Laden’s Death Anniversary

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney stated today that there is no credible evidence that terrorist attacks against the U.S. will coincide with the anniversary of Osama Bin Laden’s death this coming Tuesday.

However, Carney added, al Qaeda may be plotting attacks in their home countries as planned retaliation for the terror leader’s death. (:21)

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TRNS News Notes- 10/2

Secret Service Director exits: “Noble thing to do”
Pierson not Obama’s first choice for job
Pierson: “Be more like Disney World”
Pierson: Stoic – but not really
Pols’ reax
Ebola in the U.S.A. – Patient flew United

The D.C. Snipers Go On A Rampage, President Wilson Has A Stroke And Thurgood Marshall Is The Man

Plus, NATO supports U.S. airstrikes in Afghanistan, Rep. Michael Myers is expelled from Congress and David Souter is ok’d by Congress for the Supreme Court.

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● New York usury law applies to Indian tribes

● African-born population increases

● Report reviews “cash-for-citizenship” programs

● Guilty verdict in murder-for-hire case

● $2 million found hidden in truck

● Savings and investment have declined for 40 years

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – October 2, 2014

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A deadline for protesters in Hong Kong, an Ebola pledging conference in London and a new survey reveals that parents greatly underestimate the cost of college.

White House Was Unaware Of Elevator Incident Until Tuesday

Earnest said the White House was made aware of the incident just minutes before the story went to publication.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – October 1, 2014

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India’s Narendra Modi racked up billions in foreign investment this week, but one AIDS advocacy group says Modi needs to stand strong against US drug makers