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"No Trace": Jet Carrying 116 Vanishes in West Africa

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Obama to Speak on Economy in Los Angeles

A political fundraiser and speech at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College were on the agenda Thursday as President Barack Obama wrapped up a 24-hour visit to Los Angeles. Obama was starting his day at a fundraiser at the Brentwood home of Michael Rapino, the CEO of concert promotion behemoth Live Nation, according to City News Service. The cost for a ticket to the roundtable discussion was a hefty one, reaching $32,4000, the maximum allowable contribution to a national party in a calendar year. Read »
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Obama Motorcade Delays Pregnant Woman in Labor: Witness

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Israeli Missile Hits UN School in Gaza, Killing 15

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"All Hell Broke Loose": Apparent Tornado Hits Va. Campground, Kills 2

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Pope Blesses Christian Mom Who Fled Sudan

Wednesday, Jul 23, 2014 at 10:09 PM
 

He is a 24-hours president and communications allow him to do his job anywhere.  

— White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz answering a question from reporters about whether Pres. Obama needs to return to the White House.
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Democratic Senator Plagiarized College Thesis: NY Times

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House Republican Suggests Returning D.C. to Md.

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Glitch Crashes Global U.S. Passport, Visa Operations

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"Most Wanted" Vegas Cheat Nabbed at Pa. Casino

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Ousted Market Basket CEO Makes Offer to Buy Company

The former supermarket CEO whose ouster inspired a New England-wide employee revolt and customer boycott wants to buy his old company. Arthur T. Demoulas has made a bid to buy Market Basket, whose stores have been hamstrung and whose shelves were left barren by the protests and walkout. Arthur T. and his side of the family are looking to regain control of the company from rival family members, a month after his ouster sparked outrage by employees who say they stand behind their former CEO. Read »
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Man Accused of Killing Wife, Daughter Found Nearly 20 Years Later Living With New Family

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