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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.

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White House Jumping Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

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On September 19, Gonzalez allegedly scaled the White House fence and managed to enter the building before finally being apprehended by the United States Secret Service.

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Secret Service Chief Grilled Over Security Lapses

Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee say there’s a question of leadership within the Secret Service.

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White House: Obama Still Has Confidence In Secret Service

“When you are dealing with a chaotic situation … conflicting facts can merge,” Earnest said in response to new revelations about the fence jumper.

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Biden: U.S Will Have Part In Peacekeeping Review

“We are already making contributions, all of us,” Biden said. “But we can and should do more together, and we can do it, in our view, more effectively.”

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Obama Challenges Private Sector To Create Better Protective Gear

Those treating Ebola currently have to wear heavy, burdensome gear.

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Holder Pledges To Stay Involved

“I want you to know that my commitment to this work will never waver,” Holder said.

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Marine Vets Walk 300 Miles, Ask Obama To Negotiate Release Of Marine In Mexican Prison

More than 134,000 people have signed a petition demanding for Tahmooressi’s release.

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Vilsack: I Am Not Resigining

“I’m keeping the job I have because I’m not sure if I can get another one,” Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said.

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Eric Holder Stepping Down

Obama calls Holder’s leaving “bittersweet.”

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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.

White House Jumping Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

Photo/Nicholas Salazar TRNS

On September 19, Gonzalez allegedly scaled the White House fence and managed to enter the building before finally being apprehended by the United States Secret Service.