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Obama Challenges Boehner on Budget Vote – New York Times



Voice of America
Obama Challenges Boehner on Budget Vote
New York Times
WASHINGTON — President Obama on Monday made an unscheduled visit to the Federal Emergency Management Agency in his latest bid to draw attention to the effects of the government shutdown and to challenge Speaker John A. Boehner's claim that he 
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US justices scheduled to consider climate change cases – Reuters



San Francisco Chronicle
US justices scheduled to consider climate change cases
Reuters
By Lawrence Hurley. WASHINGTON | Mon Oct 7, 2013 3:55pm EDT. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court meets later this week to consider whether to undertake a legal review of the Obama administration's first wave of regulations tackling 
Supreme Court: Is new campaign finance case another 'Citizens United'?Christian Science Monitor
Supreme Court Has Deep Docket in Its New TermNew York Times
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Government shutdown: Obama urges Congress to reopen government, avoid … – Chicago Tribune



Chicago Tribune
Government shutdown: Obama urges Congress to reopen government, avoid
Chicago Tribune
WASHINGTON—. President Barack Obama, in a visit to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on Monday to spotlight the loss of government services because of the shutdown, urged Congress to reopen government and raise the debt limit 
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Libya, Somalia raids show US reach, problems – Reuters



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Libya, Somalia raids show US reach, problems
Reuters
By Ghaith Shennib and Abdi Sheikh. TRIPOLI/MOGADISHU | Sun Oct 6, 2013 8:01pm EDT. TRIPOLI/MOGADISHU (Reuters) – Two U.S. raids in Africa show the United States is pressuring al Qaeda, officials said on Sunday, though a failure in Somalia and an 
US raids risky, but yield valuable intelligenceUSA TODAY
Capture of bombing suspect in Libya represents rare 'rendition' by US militaryWashington Post
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Boehner Ties Deal to Talks on Debt – Wall Street Journal



Washington Post
Boehner Ties Deal to Talks on Debt
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—The government shutdown enters its second week with the two parties still bitterly divided, and Republicans increasingly tying the fight to a fast-approaching deadline to avoid a default on U.S. debt. House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) 
Boehner: House to demand spending cuts to avoid defaultUSA TODAY
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Boehner says US on path to default if Obama won't negotiateReuters
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US Drones Cloud Pakistan Peace Overtures With Taliban – Wall Street Journal



Brisbane Times
US Drones Cloud Pakistan Peace Overtures With Taliban
Wall Street Journal
ISLAMABAD—Pakistani Taliban raised the stakes for reaching a peace deal with the country's government by insisting, among other demands, that Islamabad develop a policy to prevent U.S. drone strikes against militants during the talks. Senior leaders of 
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Obama returns to US to face Congress battle over Syria – BBC News



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Obama returns to US to face Congress battle over Syria
BBC News
President Barack Obama has returned to the US from the G20 summit in St Petersburg, which failed to produce international agreement on military action in Syria. Mr Obama faces a tough week of trying to persuade Congress to authorise military action in 
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Putin: ‘I don’t agree with President Obama’ – BBC News



BBC News
Putin: 'I don't agree with President Obama'
BBC News
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the G20 summit has not resulted in an agreement with the US on the issue of Syria. His comments came in a news conference on the final day of the summit in St Petersburg. US President Barack Obama had 
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Streak Ends for US in Qualifying Match – New York Times



New York Times
Streak Ends for US in Qualifying Match
New York Times
SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica — The United States players arrived here this week exuding confidence, chests ever-so-slightly puffed, as they carried a 12-game winning streak into a crucial World Cup qualifying match.
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Revealed: how US and UK spy agencies defeat internet privacy and security – The Guardian



The Guardian
Revealed: how US and UK spy agencies defeat internet privacy and security
The Guardian
Through covert partnerships with tech companies, the spy agencies have inserted secret vulnerabilities into encryption software. Photograph: Kacper Pempel/Reuters. US and British intelligence agencies have successfully cracked much of the online 
Google encrypts data amid backlash against NSA spyingWashington Post
NSA Able to Foil Basic Safeguards of Privacy on WebNew York Times
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