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Defective Takata Air-Bags Recalled

The air-bag was sold by the Takata company, which supplies a wide variety of air-bags for companies like Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi, Ford, Mazda, Chrysler, BMW, Nissan and General Motors (GM).

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DHS: Travelers From West Africa Restricted to 5 U.S. Airports

Passengers from West Africa must enter JFK, Newark, O’Hare, Dulles and Hartfield-Jackson.

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Poll: 5% Cite Ebola As Country’s Top Problem

Despite only one death in the U.S., the public lists Ebola among the deficit, education and ISIS as America’s top problem.

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Smithsonian Board Meeting Disrupted By Staff Seeking Wage Increases

Government employees protested for increased wages at the Smithsonian's annual Board of Regents meeting at the Smithsonian Hirschorn Museum, Oct. 20, 2014. (Photo by James Cullum)

Federal contract workers call for better pay and benefits at the annual Smithsonian Board of Regents meeting on Monday.

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Rubio Plans To Pursue Travel Ban Legislation

Rubio plans to introduce the new legislation in November when the Senate returns to session.

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Perez Avoids Avoids Attorney General Questions

Perez tried to steer the focus of inquiries back on his current job as the Secretary of Labor.

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Poll: Wendy Davis Trails Abbott By 15%

Davis receives 32 percent while Abbott holds 47 percent.

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WHO Declares Nigeria To Be Ebola Free

Nigeria is the second African country to be declared free of Ebola.

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Obama Will Vote While In Chicago

Obama said he will be casting his vote for Sen. Dick Durbin and Governor Pat Quinn.

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Pelosi, Cleaver Wage Friendly World Series Bet

A Giants win will yield Pelosi BBQ from Kansas City. A Royals win will net Cleaver some San Francisco chocolates.

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House Judiciary Committee Asks State/Homeland Security If Foreigners With Ebola Will Be Treated In The U.S.

The Departments of Homeland Security and State have been asked to reply by Oct. 25.

Defective Takata Air-Bags Recalled

The air-bag was sold by the Takata company, which supplies a wide variety of air-bags for companies like Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi, Ford, Mazda, Chrysler, BMW, Nissan and General Motors (GM).

DHS: Travelers From West Africa Restricted to 5 U.S. Airports

Passengers from West Africa must enter JFK, Newark, O’Hare, Dulles and Hartfield-Jackson.

Virginia Company Settles With Nuclear Regulatory Commission Over Conflicts Of Interest

SAIC will pay the NRC $1.5 million.

Poll: 5% Cite Ebola As Country’s Top Problem

Despite only one death in the U.S., the public lists Ebola among the deficit, education and ISIS as America’s top problem.

Old Ironsides Takes Sail, North Korea Agrees To Not Build Nukes, And Jeb Bush Orders Terry Schiavo’s Feeding Tube Reinserted

Plus, Teddy Roosevelt stops a strike, more protests over the Vietnam War and American soldiers see their first action in France in World War I.