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Man arrested after jumping White House fence, causing lockdown - Reuters

Reuters

Man arrested after jumping White House fence, causing lockdown
Reuters
The White House is seen in front of the Washington Monument (L) and the Jefferson Memorial (R) in Washington May 1, 2011. Credit: Reuters/Gary Hershorn. Related News. Man jumps White House fence, causes lockdown. 7:46pm EDT. Obama says ...
Man apprehended after jumping White House fenceThe Seattle Times
Fence Jumper Caught Outside White HouseABC News
Dog catches a White House fence jumperLos Angeles Times
Businessweek -NBCNews.com
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Gubernatorial candidates debate education issues - Buffalo News

New York Daily News

Gubernatorial candidates debate education issues
Buffalo News
Cities like Buffalo could be on the verge of a renaissance, but how to best help New York's urban areas develop their economic and education systems was a recurrent theme during Wednesday's gubernatorial debate - the only in the campaign. The debate ...
4 candidates for NY governor to debateWashington Times
Social Issues Play Surprisingly Robust Role in Governor's RaceNY1
Cuomo memoir sales off to slow start in 1st weekseattlepi.com

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Despite Earlier Confession, Suspect in Indiana Killings Refuses to Speak in Court - New York Times

Wall Street Journal

Despite Earlier Confession, Suspect in Indiana Killings Refuses to Speak in Court
New York Times
When the police in northwest Indiana tracked him down as a suspect in the murder of a 19-year-old woman, found strangled with an extension cord in a Motel 6, he confessed to the crime, the police said. Then he led officers on a grisly tour through the ...
Indiana killings case prompts Illinois searchesChron.com
Indiana Serial Killer Suspect Darren Vann Refuses to Speak in CourtABC News
Authorities examine cold cases for links to suspected Indiana serial killerWXYZ
NBC Chicago -Indianapolis Star
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'Wastebook' calls out government spending: massages for rabbits and beyond (+ ... - Christian Science Monitor

The Detroit News

'Wastebook' calls out government spending: massages for rabbits and beyond (+ ...
Christian Science Monitor
Sen. Tom Coburn has released the latest installment of his annual Wastebook, detailing questionable government spending. Here are nine headlines from the report. By Mark Trumbull, Staff writer October 22, 2014. About video ads. Washington — A taxpayer ...
$10G to watch grass grow: Coburn report details worst examples of gov't wasteFox News
Wastebook: DOD programs named among worst government wasteStars and Stripes
Swedish Massages for Rabbits? Taxpayer Expenses You Won't Believekarnnewsradio
Columbus CEO
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Tribe's highest court orders candidate off ballot - U.S. News & World Report

Boston Herald

Tribe's highest court orders candidate off ballot
U.S. News & World Report
FILE - In this Oct. 9, 2014, file photo, Navajo presidential candidate Chris Deschene speaks to supporters in Window Rock, Ariz. Deschene has lost another round in a language fluency dispute, all but ending his bid for office. The tribe's high court on ...
Navajo nation presidential candidate rejected: How well can he speak Navajo?Christian Science Monitor
Navajo presidential candidate removed from ballot over language issueLos Angeles Times
Deschene has chance to stay on Navajo Nation ballotazcentral
Virginia Gazette
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Evidence supports officer's account of shooting in Ferguson - Washington Post

Detroit Free Press

Evidence supports officer's account of shooting in Ferguson
Washington Post
Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown fought for control of the officer's gun, and Wilson fatally shot the unarmed teenager after he moved toward the officer as they faced off in the street, according to interviews, news ...
Justice Dept. condemns Ferguson leaks as effort to influence opinionLos Angeles Times
Leaked autopsy raises questions about Michael Brown narrativeChristian Science Monitor
Report: Several Black Witnesses Largely Back Up Officer's Account Of Michael ...Huffington Post

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Ron Klain: The Last Fixer - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Ron Klain: The Last Fixer
Wall Street Journal
In “Pulp Fiction,” a movie about crime, there is a character named The Wolf. The Wolf is known as a “cleaner.” His line of work is cleaning up the mess made by incompetent criminals. As played by Harvey Keitel, the cleaner is a man of focus, competence ...
Obama "cautiously more optimistic" on US Ebola responseCBS News
Obama expresses optimism about Ebola in USMarine Corps Times
Obama 'Cautiously More Optimistic' About EbolaTIME
Medscape -Xinhua
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New audio tells Bristol Palin's side of the story in brawl - MSNBC

Newsweek

New audio tells Bristol Palin's side of the story in brawl
MSNBC
Sarah Palin and her family are making headlines after an alleged brawl. MSNBC's Joy Reid, Mark Hannah and Seema Iyer join Rev. Al Sharpton to debate. facebook twitter embed like save share group discuss ...
Audio for the Palin Family Brawl in Anchorage releasedMaine News Online
See Bloody Photos From Bristol Palin's Drunken Fight in AlaskaE! Online
CNN Anchor Mocks Bristol Palin's Account Of Assault: 'The Best Audio We've ...Daily Caller
Daily Digest -Philly.com (blog)
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Suspended South Carolina speaker to plead guilty to ethics charges: report - Reuters

Greenville News

Suspended South Carolina speaker to plead guilty to ethics charges: report
Reuters
CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) - Suspended South Carolina House of Representatives Speaker Bobby Harrell is expected to plead guilty to criminal ethics charges related to misuse of campaign money and misconduct in office, a local newspaper reported on ...
Harrell due in court; prosecutor won't say whyGoErie.com

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Why are media kept from Obama's donors? Physics, says WH - The Hill

Wall Street Journal

Why are media kept from Obama's donors? Physics, says WH
The Hill
The White House briefing delved into a discussion of theoretical physics Wednesday as press secretary Josh Earnest sought to justify the administration's decision to bar reporters from Q&As at political events. Asked why journalists couldn't observe ...
White House cites 'chemistry' for closing fundraisers to mediaWashington Times
Mark Knoller Confronts WH's Earnest On "Transparency;" Earnest Cites ...RealClearPolitics
The White House Says This Scientific Theory Explains Why They Aren't More ...Business Insider Australia

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