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Fugitive sought in Pa. trooper ambush is captured

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    Report: DHS employees put $30,000 worth of Starbucks on government credit card

    Report: DHS employees put $30,000 worth of Starbucks on government credit card

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    The worst ads of campaign 2014

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    The problem with tests that are not standardized

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    UC Berkeley won’t let students cancel Bill Maher commencement speech

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    Why the EFF — and then others — probably misunderstood the numbers on “sneak and peek” warrants

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    Continuing the debate over Clarence Thomas and Korematsu

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    Fugitive in killing of Pa. state trooper is captured

    Fugitive in killing of Pa. state trooper is captured

    Eric Frein had been on the run in the wilds, eluding a huge manhunt since September.

    Iraqi forces remain on the defensive against the Islamic State

    Iraqi forces remain on the defensive against the Islamic State

    Iraqi army unable to protect an uprising against Islamic state, U.S. general says.

    At Brookings, donors may have impact on agenda

    At Brookings, donors may have impact on agenda

    OUTSIDE IN | As the storied think tank increasingly emphasizes fundraising, donors — corporations, wealthy individuals and foreign entities — gain a voice in setting the agenda.

    U.S. orders Japanese firm to provide more data on air bags

    U.S. orders Japanese firm to provide more data on air bags

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    Stockton, Calif. can dump its debt, judge rules

    A roundup of news from across the nation.

    Recovering U.S. economy garners envy

    The U.S. economy grew 3.5 percent last quarter, outpacing much of the developed world.

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    Law limits feds, but they still can participate politically

    Feds must follow limits on their political activities, but there are still many things they can do.

    SAT cheating concerns force delay in scores from Asia

    College Board withholds scores for students from South Korea and China who took the exam on Oct. 11.

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    USAID watchdog office puts the brakes on travel

    The agency goes for damage control after a news report about altered audits.

    Nurse emerges as center of Ebola debate

    Nurse emerges as center of Ebola debate

    Maine’s governor vows to use legal authority to keep a nurse, recently back from West Africa, quarantined.

    Case of rabbi accused of voyeurism spurs calls for reform

    Case of rabbi accused of voyeurism spurs calls for reform

    A major rabbinical body announced the formation of a committee to review the conversion process

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    9 things you didn’t read today (but should have)

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    How to spend $3.6 billion this midterm election

    How to spend $3.6 billion this midterm election

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    Apple’s Tim Cook says he is gay. Here’s a reminder that not everyone is pleased.

    Apple’s Tim Cook says he is gay. Here’s a reminder that not everyone is pleased.

    “I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in a Bloomberg Businessweek piece.

    Apple’s CEO comes out, so what’s the impact?

    Apple’s CEO comes out, so what’s the impact?

    Tim Cook said he is “proud to be gay,” cementing the company’s place in the equality debate.

    Review focuses on suspected grenade smuggler

    Review focuses on suspected grenade smuggler

    Law enforcement officials declined to prosecute Jean Baptiste Kingery, according to a government report.

    Presidential run not off the table for Paul Ryan

    Presidential run not off the table for Paul Ryan

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    Social video of Kilauea lava approaching Hawaiian village

    Social video of Kilauea lava approaching Hawaiian village

    Lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano advanced another 90 yards Wednesday night, according to the Hawaii County Civil Defense Department, which also reported that the lava was less than 500 feet from Pahoa Village Road, and moving to the northeast at five yards per hour.

    How racial appeals to black voters have changed -- and worsened -- under Obama

    How racial appeals to black voters have changed -- and worsened -- under Obama

    In 2008, it was Obama in a barbershop. Today, it’s Ferguson.

    In defense of U.S. funding for area studies

    In defense of U.S. funding for area studies

    Political attacks on Title VI funding for Middle East Studies are a ritual, which has rarely made significant inroads. But several trends make this year’s attacks more worrying.

    Charts can be made to show anything, campaign ads edition

    Charts can be made to show anything, campaign ads edition

    Don’t abuse graphs, please.