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Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies at 93

msnbc.com — Ben Bradlee, the legendary former editor of The Washington Post, died Tuesday at 93, the newspaper reported. Bradlee was most famous for helming the newspaper when it published its blockbuster scoop on the Watergate scandal, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The Post said Bradlee died of natural causes at his Washington home.

Arkansas Supreme Court strikes down voter ID law

msnbc.com — The Arkansas Supreme Court struck down the state's voter ID law Wednesday, the Associated Press reported.

Michelle Obama: 'Turnip for what?'

msnbc.com — Watch Michelle Obama dance with a turnip in a promotional video.

Panetta explains why US didn't alert Pakistan of bin Laden raid

msnbc.com — The U.S. couldn't trust Pakistan to keep the planned raid on Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad compound under wraps, so American officials did not tip off the Pakistani government to the special forces operation that took out the notorious al-Qaida leader, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Tuesday evening in an interview with msnbc's Andrea Mitchell.

Chicago cop injured in shoot-out

msnbc.com — A police officer was injured in a shootout Tuesday on the south side of Chicago, according to local media reports.

Michael Brown grand jury under review for misconduct: Report

msnbc.com — St. Louis officials are looking into a report of misconduct by a member of the grand jury investigating the police shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, The Washington Post reported Wednesday evening.

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigns

msnbc.com — Embattled Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned Wednesday following a string of embarrassing missteps for the agency.

Fired South Carolina trooper charged in shooting during stop

msnbc.com — A South Carolina police officer was arrested Wednesday and charged with aggravated assault over his response to a routine stop at a gas station earlier this month, The State newspaper reported. The incident was recorded on what appeared to be the officer's dashboard camera.

ESPN suspends Bill Simmons over NFL rant

msnbc.com — ESPN suspended the popular sports commentator Bill Simmons Wednesday for three weeks for calling NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a "liar" in a recent strongly worded rant. Simmons criticized the league Monday over its handling of a series of high-profile domestic abuse cases, which have embroiled the league in recent months.

Barack Obama on ISIS combat: 'This is not America's fight alone'

msnbc.com — CombatingIslamic terrorists in Iraq and Syria is "not America's fight alone," President Obama said Tuesday at the White House, hours after the U.S. and allied Arab nations launched more than 50 airstrikes against terrorist targets in Syria.
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Oct 24, 2014

We're live streaming local coverage of the reported school shooting north of Seattle msnbc.com/msnbc2/watch/l…

Oct 23, 2014

Belgium chocolate maker ISIS (founded in 1923) needs to change its name again reut.rs/12hoDh8

Oct 23, 2014

The government of Syria buys oil from ISIS, according to Treasury Undersecretary David Cohen nbcnews.to/1sTZ12n

Oct 23, 2014

RT @NYTmag: After 80, some people don't retire. They reign. See our photo essay of old masters at the top of their game. nyti.ms/1nAt8Ne

Oct 23, 2014

"The fire is burning" on.msnbc.com/1ox9jHo Deep look at Ebola aid groups concerned about bottlenecks by @SuzyKhimm

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