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Military Cuts Tuition Assistance

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In 2012, 201,000 soldiers received Army tuition assistance.

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Difficult First Trip To Afghanistan For Hagel

Hagel disputed Karzai’s claim that the United States and Taliban are working together to destabilize the country.

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Hagel Makes First Trip To Afghanistan As Defense Secretary

Hagel will be meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai

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Poll: Public Wants Cuts, But Not To Military Spending

61 percent want 5 percent in cuts while 33 percent said they were opposed. When it comes to military spending, 60 percent opposed reductions while just 34 percent said they supported it.

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Hagel and Israeli Defense Minister Hold First Meeting

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel held his first foreign counterpart meeting with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak Tuesday at the Pentagon.

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Hagel Welcomes Israeli Defense Minister To The Pentagon

The pair will hold meetings with US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey and Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren.

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Analysis: Sequester Will Reduce Military Readiness

Now that sequestration has taken effect, many Americans are wondering exactly how the budget cuts will impact the U.S. military. Global intelligence assessment firm Stratfor has perhaps the best and most extensive answer to this question.

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Pentagon Prepares For Sequestration

Newly sworn-in Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter warned Friday that now that the deadline for sequestration seems all but unavoidable, the U.S. can prepare for a series of national security setbacks.

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House Armed Services Chairs Blast Dems Over Defense Cuts

“I have never in my lifetime seen such a lack of leadership and truth telling emanating from the White House and our Commander in Chief,” said McKeon. (Photo Credit Maggie Ybarra)

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Bradley Manning Pleads Guilty, Maintains He Hasn’t Aided The Enemy

Bradley Manning, the former Army private charged with delivering secret U.S. documents to the whistleblower site WikiLeaks, pleaded guilty Thursday to 10 charges but maintained his innocence for an additional 12, including aiding the enemy.

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● Social Security hikes 2015 benefits

● Election prediction: Tab is $4 billion

● Fracking with toxics

● Ebola vaccine rushed to human testing

● Grandparents living with grandchildren

● IRAs are growing more popular

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – October 23, 2014

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Oral arguments begin in a suit against the UN for introducing cholera to Haiti in 2010, a slew of human rights reports and new unemployment data from Spain.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – October 22, 2014

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South Sudan’s U.N. ambassador says his country is experiencing a breakdown of social values, and Sweden continues to search for a mysterious underwater vessel.

Obama Phones Canadian Leader Over Deadly Shooting

In a statement released by the White House, President Obama and Prime Minister Stephen Harper will continue to stay in touch as the situation unfolds

WHO: Ebola Health Care Workers Still Seeking Guidance On Use Of Personal Protective Equipment

Plus, The Latest Numbers On The Ebola Virus

State Dept. Won’t Rule Out More Kobani Supply Drops

Norwegian fighter jet assists 2011 Libyan no-fly zone

“This is a small amount of risk,” Deputy State Department Spokesperson Harf said.