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Hagel Denounces Assisting Assad Regime

While immediate U.S. airstrikes in Syria have weakened the Assad regimes’ enemies, Secretary Hagel reaffirmed the Pentagon’s long term battle against the Assad regime

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Interview With Rob Maness: Republican Candidate For Louisiana

While many Republicans have been endorsing Rep. Bill Cassidy, Maness says that they have also been launching a smear campaign against him.

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DoD: The Scale Of Deployment Determined Monitoring Policy

The duration of deployment and number of troops to West Africa is driving the decision for a 21-day controlled Ebola monitoring policy, the Department of Defense said.

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Poll: Udall Trails 7 Points In Colorado

Udall has 39 percent while Gardner holds 46 percent.

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Sen. Stabenow To Appear In ‘Batman v. Superman’

Stabenow is not allowed to disclose what exactly her part in “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” will be.

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“Three-Legged” Obamacare Stool May Be In Danger

The case of King v. Burwell focuses on which branches are allowed to give subsidies.

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How Is $2.9 Billion In Syrian Aid Cash Being Spent?

With recent amounts of spending, humanitarian spending still outpaces military spending in Syria.

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Justice Dept: “We Are On Notice. We Are All Targets”

According to Assistant Attorney General John Carlin the number of cybersecurity attacks have increased in the past year.

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White House: Military Policies on Ebola Won’t Help Civilians

Giving a civilian returning from West Africa military protocols is “wrong,” according to the Press Secretary.

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The Latest On Those High-Profile Senate Races

Check out the most recent numbers.

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Click here for: Friday, October 31

● Shrimp origins are questioned

● IRS adjusts taxes for inflation

● Gerber’s baby food doesn’t prevent allergies

● Charity accused of electioneering

● Coalition seeks restoration of whistleblower rights

● Divestiture ordered for media deal

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – October 31, 2014

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The Obamas celebrate Halloween, the UN dispatches its West African envoy to Burkina Faso and San Francisco celebrates its third World Series in five years.

Interview: Racial Inequality “A Major Factor” In South Carolina

Dr. Lonnie Randolph, Jr., President of the South Carolina NAACP spoke to TRNS after two former police officers pleaded guilty to excessive force by repeatedly tasering a 40-year-old black woman with mental disabilities.

Hagel Denounces Assisting Assad Regime

While immediate U.S. airstrikes in Syria have weakened the Assad regimes’ enemies, Secretary Hagel reaffirmed the Pentagon’s long term battle against the Assad regime

Interview With Rob Maness: Republican Candidate For Louisiana

While many Republicans have been endorsing Rep. Bill Cassidy, Maness says that they have also been launching a smear campaign against him.

DoD: The Scale Of Deployment Determined Monitoring Policy

The duration of deployment and number of troops to West Africa is driving the decision for a 21-day controlled Ebola monitoring policy, the Department of Defense said.