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U.S. Military Response To Ebola Gains Momentum In Liberia

The number of U.S. troops fighting Ebola in West Africa is set to increase dramatically this month, and the first two field hospitals erected by U.S. troops in Liberia will open in the coming days.
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Sen. Joe Manchin: In Midterms, 'We Lost The Middle ... The Moderates'

Robert Siegel speaks with Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia about the election results in his state.
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Banks Reluctant To Use 'White Hat' Hackers To Spot Security Flaws

High-tech firms have been offering bounties to security researchers to find holes and bugs in their software, but these reward programs haven't drawn much interest from major banks.
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Midterm Elections May Have Had Record Low Turnout

A look at the turnout numbers for the midterm elections.
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Business Leaders Hope Shifts In Congress Will Bring Tax Reform

Many business groups see an opportunity in the outcome of the election and plan to revive an agenda that's been dormant for years. From energy and trade to taxes and regulation, there is a lot on the table, but no guarantee anything will be passed anytime soon.
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Reince Priebus: Republican Wins The Result Of Americans Making A Statement

Robert Siegel talks with Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus about the GOP's big election night win and what it means for the Republican agenda.
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How Does Destroying Fish Compare To Shredding Documents, Legally?

A Supreme Court case argued Wednesday is about obstruction of justice — and fish. The prosecution says the law used to convict its client only bars document destruction. The justices aren't so sure.
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Climate Change Activists Come Up Short In Midterm Elections

Tom Steyer, the hedge-fund billionaire, spent tens of millions of dollars in the midterms, mostly in seven senate and gubernatorial races. Most of his candidates lost, as will — presumably --one of his Steyer's key ambitions: major action on climate change.
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Obama, GOP Speak Of Cooperation In New Congress

Republicans won a wave election on Tuesday night, taking control of the Senate and picking up seats in the House as well as key governor's races. Now they set about the task of governing.
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What Will Congress Do With A Republican Majority?

President Obama is facing the last two years of his presidency with a Republican Senate. What does that mean his policies, his approach and the prospects for getting anything done?

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