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Peter Baker says Obama will likely have to give up some of his more controversial nominees before the new Senate starts.
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Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) says committing U.S. ground troops in Syria would be a 'serious mistake.'
Future headlines: Pelosi's power play, focus on Obama's veto pen, and what will happen to Obama's nominees.
A U.S. General says that half of all U.S. Marine Corps units at their home bases are below the levels of required readiness.
Peter Kassig, an American who went to Syria to help victims of the war, has supposedly been beheaded by ISIS.
Shasta Darlington is in Sao Paulo where thousands of Brazilians protest after reports of political corruption.
With little developments in the mystery of 43 missing students in Guerrero, Mexico, the community is outraged.
A Zimbabwean woman has received the Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage after being profiled in the film "Beatrice Mtetwa and the Rule of Law."
Newly released dispatch audio and security video shed new light on the Ferguson shooting and officer Darren Wilson.
Tony Abbott claims he had a 'very robust discussion' with Vladimir Putin about MH17 and Ukraine.
Barack Obama explains that if Putin continues to interfere in Ukraine, the sanctions placed on his country will continue.
Andrew Stevens is in Brisbane, Australia with the latest from the G20 summit.
General Martin Dempsey makes an unannounced visit to Iraq to assess the country's military situation.
Gov. Mary Fallin took part in three-day-long festivities to celebrate Oklahoma's first gun range that serves alcohol.
Four workers were killed after a chemical leak in La Porte, Texas, plant manager Randall Clements said.
Dr. Seema Yasmin tells why the latest Ebola patient to land in the U.S. may or may not receive experimental treatments.
Dr. Martin Salia has arrived in Nebraska for treatment of Ebola. CNN's Poppy Harlow has more.
CNNi talks to Michael Kofman of the Woodrow Wilson Center about Vladimir Putin's chilly reception at the G20 Summit.
How did a New York Times reporter get the chance to question to the president of China? Tune in Sunday 11AM Eastern.
President Obama faces several political fights when he comes back to Washington. CNN's Erin McPike explains
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