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Biden says not worried after shots fired near Delaware residence

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Murad Sezer Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting at an Atlantic Council summit in Istanbul November 22, 2014. "I feel completely safe," Biden said on NBC's "Today" program. "I'm not worried about it, and I think the security of my home is fine."

Obama's top aide takes blame for U.S. absence in Paris march

news.yahoo.com — By Susan Heavey WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's chief of staff on Tuesday took responsibility for not sending a top U.S. official to a Paris unity march after deadly Islamic militant attacks in the French capital earlier this month.

Obama's top aide takes blame for U.S. absence in Paris march

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough (C) arrives to attend a U.S. House Democratic Caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington December 11, 2014. Denis McDonough said in a television interview that it was his decision not to send the president or a high-level American representative to the Jan.

$1.6 million fine levied on Southwest for tarmac delays

dispatch.com — WASHINGTON - The U.S. government fined Southwest Airlines $1.6 million yesterday in what it said was the biggest civil penalty levied against an airline for violating rules barring long waits for passengers in planes on the runway.

US citizens face charges for failed coup in Gambia

bdlive.co.za — WASHINGTON - Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Texas businessman who allegedly wanted to be the president of Gambia with conspiring with a former US Army sergeant and others to orchestrate a deadly coup attempt in the tiny African nation last week.

U.S. charges Texas businessman, vet in Gambia coup bid

af.reuters.com — By Mark Hosenball and Susan Heavey WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Texas businessman who allegedly wanted to be the president of Gambia with conspiring with a former U.S. Army sergeant and others to orchestrate a deadly coup attempt in the tiny African nation last week.

US charges two for Gambia ‘coup’

iol.co.za — Washington - Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Texas businessman who allegedly wanted to be the president of Gambia with conspiring with a former US Army sergeant and others to orchestrate a deadly coup attempt in the tiny African nation last week.

US charges two men in connection with failed Gambia coup

bdlive.co.za — WASHINGTON - Two Americans with ties to Gambia were part of a failed effort last week to overthrow the tiny West African nation's government, the US Justice Department charged on Monday. Cherno Njie and Papa Faal, a former US Army sergeant, appeared in federal courts in Baltimore and Minneapolis on Monday, the department said.

U.S. charges Texas businessman, veteran in Gambia coup bid

torontosun.com — Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Texas businessman who allegedly wanted to be the president of Gambia with conspiring with a former U.S. Army sergeant and others to orchestrate a deadly coup attempt in the tiny African nation last week.

U.S. Ebola survivors say thankful for 'second chance'

reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Tami Chappell 1 of 2. Amber Vinson hugs caregivers before her release from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia October 28, 2014. Speaking together in an interview on NBC's "Today" show, they said while they have experienced some stigma following their treatments, they also have seen many acts of kindness.
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#auwrites MT @SPJDana: Today is the last day for student journalists to enter the Mark of Excellence Awards. spj.org

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RT @Reuters_Health: Pediatrician group urges measles vaccinations amid Disneyland outbreak reut.rs/1CZn0kD

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RT @Reuters_Health: Vaccines group seeks $7.5 billion as disease fight reaches peak reut.rs/1CUWU21

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#mustread RT @washingtonpost A knee replacement surgery could cost $17k or $61k. And that’s in the same city. wapo.st/1JfNArr

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RT @Reuters_Health: Economic impact of Ebola less severe than first thought: World Bank reut.rs/1xQK1RV

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