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Guy On Train Live Tweets Former CIA Chief’s On-Background Interview

Guy On Train Live Tweets Former CIA Chief’s On-Background Interview

You’d think he’d be more careful: The man who was once responsible for the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency was giving a background interview during a train ride, but he didn’t notice that a fellow passenger was live tweeting the highlights.

Syrian Peace Talks To Start In November

Syrian Peace Talks To Start In November

Negotiations to try to broker a political solution to Syria’s bloody civil war will begin in Geneva on Nov. 23.

France, Mexico Latest Nations Reportedly Spied On By U.S.

France, Mexico Latest Nations Reportedly Spied On By U.S.

The U.S. National Security Agency recorded millions of French phone calls, including those involving individuals with no links to terrorism, Le Monde reported on Monday.

Report: NSA Plays Crucial Role In Drone Attacks

Report: NSA Plays Crucial Role In Drone Attacks

Former contractor Edward Snowden leaks more information to the press about the National Security Agency.

Federal Workers Head Back To Jobs As Government Reopens

Federal Workers Head Back To Jobs As Government Reopens

Hundreds of thousands of federal workers on furlough for two weeks are going back to work after Congress approved a late-night deal Wednesday to fund the government and stave off default.Hundreds of thousands of federal workers on furlough for two weeks are going back to work after Congress approved a late-night deal Wednesday to fund the government and stave off default.Hundreds of thousands of federal workers on furlough for two weeks are going back to work after Congress approved a late-night deal Wednesday to fund the government and stave off default.

Report: Parks Shutdown Saps $750 Million In Visitor Spending

Report: Parks Shutdown Saps $750 Million In Visitor Spending

An estimated 7 million people have been shut out at 12 of the busiest and biggest U.S. national parks, costing parks and nearby communities about $76 million in lost visitor spending for each day the partial government shutdown drags on.

Family Of Man Who Set Himself On Fire Says Act Wasn’t Political

Family Of Man Who Set Himself On Fire Says Act Wasn’t Political

Officials have identified the man who died after setting fire to himself last week on the National Mall as John Constantino, 64, of Mount Laurel, N.J.

Tropical Storm Karen Heading For U.S. Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Karen Heading For U.S. Gulf Coast

Newly formed Tropical Storm Karen, which could reach hurricane strength by Friday, is expected to make landfall on the U.S. Gulf Coast sometime over the weekend.

Justice Department Pushes New Thinking On Kids And Crime

Justice Department Pushes New Thinking On Kids And Crime

In the old days, treatment for kids incarcerated in a residential facility or detention center focused on changing their behavior. But these days, researchers are searching for better, long-term solutions.