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House Bill To Take Away Social Security Payments For Dozens Of Former Nazis

There is a similar bill in the Senate.

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Lawmakers Raise Questions Over Whisper’s Privacy Policy

The social media platform faces allegations that it shared data and tracked users.

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Kerry: Obama Won’t Cut Out Congress On Iran

“I personally believe, as does the President, that Congress has an extremely important role to play in this,” Secretary of State John Kerry said.

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NC Senate Race: Tillis To Appear Solo At Candidate Forum

Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan declined to appear at the event.

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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.

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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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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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Hagan: NC Senate Race Will Be Close “Right To The End”

Hagan is trying to raise $1 million before election day.

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Frieden Pushes Back Against Criticism of Ebola Response

“We will consider any options to better protect Americans,” said Frieden.

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Ebola Sparks Concerns For Hospital Funding

Ebola in the U.S. should be a wake-up call to invest in health care system, according to nurses.

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Click here for: Friday, October 24

● Good food makes bad landfills

● Dog assault charges for fence jumper

● Jim Thorpe’s remains won’t be moved

● Sex offenders left homeless in Miami

● Suit challenges sale sign ordinance

● Reynolds fails to impress anti-smoking group

Pentagon Will Continue Force Control In South Korea, Keep Current Troop Levels

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met Thursday with his South Korean counterpart, Minister Han Min-koo, where both leaders agreed that North Korea still poses a threat on the peninsula

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Officials coordinating the US response to Ebola testify before Congress and the monitoring mission along the Russian-Ukrainian border draws to a close.

UN in Brief: Calm & Conflict for October 23, 2014

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A $2.2 appeal for Iraqi humanitarian aid, the WHO advises against Ebola travel bans and the U.N. steers clear of a cholera lawsuit in New York.

House Bill To Take Away Social Security Payments For Dozens Of Former Nazis

There is a similar bill in the Senate.

Earnest: White House Security Review Ongoing

Earnest said that Wednesday’s incident “underscores professionalism of men and women of Secret Service.”