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U.S. Commander: NK Might Have Miniaturized Nuclear Capabilities

Scaparrotti said that the U.S. can not afford the luxury of thinking that North Korea has not yet reached that point.

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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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Pentagon: One Weapons Bundle Captured By Islamic State

On Monday, the Pentagon announced that the U.S. dropped 28 bundles of weapons and medical supplies over the besieged Syrian city, Kobani

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Ill Woman Prompts Ebola Scare At The Pentagon

Vehicular and pedestrian traffic around the parking lot was stopped and the woman has been taken to Virginia Hospital Center, Lt. Col. Tom Crosson said in a statement.

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Gen. Austin: We Are Seeing The Desired Effects Against ISIS

ISIS has changed the way it travels and communicates, according to U.S. Central Command.

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Pentagon Announces U.S. Personnel To Treat Liberian Healthcare Workers

The 65 U.S. personnel will be coming from the Dept. of Health and Human Services and will only be treating Liberian healthcare workers if any become infected with Ebola

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Pentagon Does Not Believe Islamic State Has Chemical Weapons

The New York Times reported that nearly 5,000 chemical weapons had been secretly recovered in Iraq over the last decade, causing concern that more may be up for grabs

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Pentagon Briefs Obama On Military Action Against ISIS, Ebola

Speaking at the U.S. military headquarters, Obama said, “I think at a time when there’s so much turbulence in the world, never during my presidency has it become more apparent how good our military is”

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Pentagon: Airstrikes Will Not Save Syrian City From ISIS

“Airstrikes alone will not do this, not going to fix this, not going to save the town of Kobani,” the Pentagon Press Secretary said.

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Pentagon Announces More Troops To Fight Ebola In West Africa

Approximately 100 marines are expected to arrive in Liberia Thursday evening to help resupply medical equipment and provide transportation to U.S. personnel.

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LISTEN: The Weekend Ahead – October 25-27

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Elections in Tunisia and Brazil, and human rights reviews of Iraq, Iran and Egypt.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – October 24, 2014

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Ebola spreads to Mali, the Security Council attempts to strengthen Somalia’s arms embargo and a UN expert on immigration says it’s time for holistic reform.

Issa: CDC Chief Bumbled Ebola Response

Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee were critical of Centers For Disease Control and the Department of Homeland Security.

NYC Mayor: New York City Fully Prepared to Handle Ebola

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A doctor who recently returned from Guinea was diagnosed with Ebola on Thursday at a New York City hospital.

Brownstein: Reducing Methane Emissions Helps Job Growth, Economy

Expanding the methane mitigation industry will help with job growth and protect the environment, according to the Chief Counsel of the U.S. Climate and Energy Program.

UN in Brief: Calm & Conflict for October 24, 2014

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UN staff returning from West Africa to ‘self-monitor’ for Ebola, human rights expert says immigration debate ‘toxic’ and Somali cargo inspections are approved.