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Dallas Ebola Monitoring Period Ends With An All-Clear

In Texas, more than 100 people had been monitored for the 21-day period that marks Ebola's incubation period.
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President, Lawmakers Signal Bipartisanship In Post-Election Meeting

At a two-hour lunch meeting with leaders of both parties and both chambers, Obama said he would judge ideas not on whether they are from Democrats or Republicans but on whether they work.
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Obama's Secret Letter To Iranian Leader Details Shared Interest In Fighting ISIS

Robert Siegel talks to Jay Solomon, foreign affairs correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, about the letter President Obama sent to Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei regarding ISIS and the nuclear talks.
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Marine Reflects On Second Battle Of Fallujah, 10 Years Later

In 2004, coalition forces began what would be the bloodiest battle American troops had seen since the Vietnam War. Melissa Block talks with Greg Nichols, who was 19 years old at the time.
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Liberia's 'Flags Of Convenience' Help It Stay Afloat

The weak Liberian economy has been hit by the Ebola crisis. One thing Liberia does have going for it is an unusual export — its flag. The Liberian flag is the second most popular flag flown by international cargo ships and is a huge source of revenue.
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Week In Politics: Midterm Results And The New Congress

Robert Siegel talks about what's next for Congress and the White House after the midterm elections with regular contributors E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and Ramesh Ponnuru of The National Review.
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'Grand Bargain' Will Help Save Detroit — And Its Art

A federal judge in Detroit ruled favorably on the city's "grand bargain" on Friday, approving the city's exit from Bankruptcy. We look at the role foundations played in bringing it about and the Foundation for Detroit's Future, which will be set up in the wake of the verdict.
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NFL Has Another Week Of Legal Turmoil

Former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice testified at a hearing stemming from his indefinite suspension, and the criminal case against Minnesota Vikings player Adrian Peterson ended in a plea deal.
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White House Will Send 1,500 Military Personnel To Iraq

The White House authorized the deployment an additional 1,500 U.S. military personnel to Iraq to help advise that country in its fight against the so-called Islamic State, or ISIS.
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New York City Asks Drivers To Slow Down

The speed limit on most streets in New York City officially drops to 25 mph on Friday. It may be a hard adjustment for some in a city that's not known for its patience.

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