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Book Banning: DOJ moves toblock ‘Fast and Furious’ tell-all

October 7, 2013 |

ATF agent John Dodson, left, who blew the whistle on Operation Fast and Furious is denied permission to write a book on botched anti-gun trafficking sting ‘because it would have a negative impact on morale,’ according to the agency responsible for the scandal.

No end in sight to slimdownshowdown as default deadline looms

October 7, 2013 |

CONGRESS RETURNS to work with 10 days remaining to avoid a default on government debt after Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, right, called the prospect ‘catastrophic’ and House Speaker John Boehner said a clean debt ceiling increase would not pass the lower house.

  • Lew sticks with ‘catastrophic’ warnings about debt ceiling, but is short on specifics
  • Boehner ‘ready for the phone call’ from Obama to end budget impasse
  • KURTZ: Not for attribution: Anonymous shutdown comments spark backlash

    ‘GOOD BEGINNING’: Kerry praises Assad for honoring weapons deal

    October 7, 2013 |

    SECRETARY OF STATE John Kerry says the United States and Russia are “very pleased” with progress made in destroying Syria’s chemical weapons stock and adds that Bashar al-Assad deserves credit for honoring the terms of a UN Security Council resolution.

  • Chemical weapons inspectors begin destroying Syrian stockpile

    Chemical weapons experts in Syria begin dismantling Assad’s stockpile

    October 7, 2013 |

    International disarmament experts who headed into Syria five days ago have started dismantling and destroying President Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons arsenal and the equipment used to produce it, official says.

  • Kerry: Assad deserves credit for honoring chemical weapons deal

    ‘DISRUPTIVE YEAR’: Hagel orders 400K furloughed DOD workers to return

    October 6, 2013 |

    In a decision based on a legal interpretation of Pay Our Military Act, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel recalls roughly 400,000 Pentagon civilian employees five days after 800,000 federal workers were sent home when Congress failed to reach a deal to fund government.

  • Lew sticks with ‘catastrophic’ warnings about debt-ceiling, but short on specifics
  • Reid accuses GOP of not letting federal employees work
  • Boehner hits White House over ObamaCare website repairs
  • President says he is willing to negotiate ObamaCare changes

    US captures Al Qaeda leader wanted in 1998 Africa embassy bombings

    October 6, 2013 |

    THE PENTAGON CONFIRMS that U.S. Special Forces have captured Al Qaeda militant Abu Anas Al Liby (left), wanted in connection with the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, in one of two raids carried out in Africa.

  • US Navy SEALs raid militant group linked to Kenya mall attack
  • Journalists, anti-Al Qaeda fighters killed in Iraq attacks