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Former Admin Officials: Keep Iran Out Of ISIS Coalition

“An enemy’s enemy is not necessarily your friend,” the former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan and Iraq said.

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Udall Trails GOP Challenger By 8 Points In Colorado

Udall received 40 percent support while Gardner comes in with 48 percent.

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Kerry: Obama Can Fight ISIL Without Congress

Secretary of State John Kerry said that the AUMF from 2001 gives President Barack Obama the authority to attack ISIl without Congressional approval.

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House Approves Continuing Resolution

The Continuing Resolution was sponsored by House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers (R-KY), who said on the House Floor that that it was “our best, most clear path forward to keep the lights of the federal government on until year’s end.”

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House Gives Obama Authority To Arm/Train Syrian Rebels To Fight ISIS

The amendment is part of the Continuing Resolution to keep the government funded. It now goes to the Senate for approval.

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House Democrats Attempt To Force Vote On ENDA

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ENDA would outlaw the practice of discriminating against Americans when applying for jobs based on sexual orientation or personal gender identification.

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House Dems Slam Republicans On Education

The following is from the office of Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer.

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Benghazi Committee Testimony: “Clear The Smoke, Remove The Mirrors”

The House Select Committee on Benghazi held its first hearing today.

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Pelosi Rules Out Support For Ground Troops In ISIS Fight

Nancy Pelosi wasn't wrong when she said U.S. energy dollars would go to the Midwest, not the Middle East. But more than $7 billion in corn-fed ethanol governments subsidies have helped raise the price of food -- and fuel. Photo/Charlotte Gibson TRNS

“It’s a blanket no for me,” Pelosi said.

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LISTEN: The Day Ahead – September 17, 2014

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Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly testifies before Congress, a new report on the Healthcare.gov website, and a Fed decision on changing U.S. interest rates.

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House Will End Business Until After Election

In an email sent to House members and senior staff Thursday morning, the lower chamber will adjourn after Thursday’s scheduled business

Former Admin Officials: Keep Iran Out Of ISIS Coalition

“An enemy’s enemy is not necessarily your friend,” the former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan and Iraq said.

Ukranian President Asks Congress For Help Against Russia

“I urge you not to let Ukraine Stand alone in the face of this threat,” Ukranian President Petro Poroshenko said on the House floor.

Washington Lays The Capitol Cornerstone, Fidel Castro Goes to New York And The U.S. Introduces Central Intelligence

Plus, Congress passes the Fugitive Slave Act of 1950 and Margaret Chase Smith is the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate.

Udall Trails GOP Challenger By 8 Points In Colorado

Udall received 40 percent support while Gardner comes in with 48 percent.

Apple Touts Privacy Guidelines

“It’s not technically feasible” for the tech giant to provide some data from iOS8 users.