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Republicans Sharpen Tone on National Security09/22/14
How will the U.S. decide which Syrian rebels to arm, new ways to profit from renting out single-family homes, and baseball's science experiment.
Charities That Hit It Big Face Host Of Pitfalls
Rand Paul adjust foreign policy stance, officers train with NYPD's Twitter police, and what every newlywed wants.
Scotland Votes To Stay In U.K.
Scotland votes to stay in U.K., Senate passes bill to arm Syrian rebels to fight Islamic state, and iPhone 6 Review: Apple's cure for Android envy.
House approves arming Syrian rebels
House approves arming Syrian rebels, more bad news for the NFL and airlines don't want you to know how or if they clean their planes.
Vikings about-face and deactivate Adrian Peterson
Vikings place Adrian Peterson on exempt list, Pentagon sees Role for U.S. ground forces against militants and space: football's final frontier.
Effort to build coalition against ISIS hits a bump
U.S. effort to build a coalition against Islamic State hits a speed bump, tens of thousands likely to lose health insurance and proof it is an election year.
#American allies support strike against #ISIS
American allies support strike against Islamic State, President Obama plans major Ebola offensive and putting the fun in funeral.
What's Next For The NFL
Lawmakers back Obama plan to arm Syrian rebels but face a hurdle, U.S. schools get low marks from the Chamber of Commerce, and paving the internet of asphalt will take time.
Obama Lays Out Plan To Fight Islamic State
Foreign policy is wildcard in U.S. midterm elections, Obama lays out plan to fight Islamic state, and 9/11 Commission rips Congress on ISIS.
Almost Two-Thirds Back Attacking Militants
WSJ/NBC Poll: Almost two-thirds back attacking militants, Apple boss makes his boldest bets yet with new iPhone, Apple watch and the problem beyond Ray Rice.
Ravens Cut Rice After Video Emerges
VA Director outlines plan for fixing veterans' health care, Ravens cut Rice after video emerges and in Stuttgart, a temple rises to cleanliness and the car.
Obama to Spell Out Strategy to Defeat ISIS
Obama to spell out strategy to defeat Islamic State, lack of space plagues Ebola victims in West Africa and NFL cheerleaders sue for fair wages.
Weird facts about #NFL players and coaches
Programs aim to standardize surgical care for children, in television deals, NFL plays by it's own rules and ways to avoid feeling off during workouts.
Comedian Joan Rivers has died at age 81
Comedian Joan Rivers has died at age 81, NATO coalition emerges to battle Islamic State and how far can you throw a snail.
#Obama pledges #NATO backing for Baltic allies
President Obama pledges NATO backing for Baltic allies, what should the U.S. response be to ISIS brutality and how safe is our stuff in the cloud.
#ISIS beheads second American journalist
President Obama vows justice after ISIS beheads second American journalist, conflicting reports over Ukraine cease-fire and bank's fee fest dries up.
U.S. military targets extremists in Somalia
U.S. military operation targets extremists in Somalia, Atlantic City faces the closure of three casinos this month and Oktoberfest may face a pretzel shortage.
The Most and Least Tax-Friendly States
How your boss will run your life in a few years, big tobacco's e-cigarette push and how to watch TV without paying a cable or satellite TV bill.
No Plans for Escalation of Operations against ISIS
Ebola crisis worsens for lack of global help, California drought squeezes wells and Hollywood Pins Hopes on 2015 Lineup
Ukraine Accuses Russia of Fueling New Offensive
Bobby Jindal sues Obama Administration over common core, how poor cities can get high credit ratings and an app that can help you save money on airfare.
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