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British Launch Air Campaign Against ISIL

Britain is calling its first airstrikes “successful.”

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U.S. And Afghanistan Sign Bilateral Security Agreement

Obama said the agreement “reflects our continued commitment to support the new Afghan Unity Government.”

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DoD Claims No Evidence Of Civilian Casualties From Airstrikes

Air Force Major General Jeffrey Harrigian said no credible reports have surfaced.

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NYC Mayor: “No Immediate Credible Threat” To Subway

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Iraqi intelligence uncovered an ISIS plot against subway systems in the U.S. and France.

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State Department Lists 10 Global Terrorists

The two individuals are Amru al-Absi and Salim Benghalem. al-Absi is ISIL’s provincial leader for Homs, Syria and is in charge of kidnappings, while Benghalem is in charge of executions.

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Pentagon Denies Knowledge Of Airstrikes Near Turkish Border

Pentagon Spokesman, Col. Steve Warren said he was unaware who may have conducted the airstrikes which reportedly targeted the Islamic State

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Protests Continue At White House After Security Breach

Secret Service initially kept all pedestrians and protesters from entering Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Pentagon Prepared For Prolonged ISIS Mission

“I would think in terms of years,” Mayville said.

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Earnest: U.S. Won’t Reveal Timing Of Syrian Airstrikes

President Obama is prepared to launch airstrikes in Syria, but not specific on when they will happen.

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Dempsey Praises French Airstrikes Against Islamic State

France is the first nation, who has committed to assisting the U.S. led battle against the Islamic State, to conduct direct military strikes

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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.

Click here for: Thursday, October 2

● 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

Secret Service Chief Resigns

Julia Pierson’s resignation was accepted by Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson.