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From the Fox News website, Feb. 4, 2015: "Jordan's King Abdullah, himself a former general, angrily vowed to pursue ISIS until his military runs 'out of fuel and bullets,' in a closed door meeting with U.S. lawmakers that followed the release Wednesday of a grisly video showing a captured Jo…

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A former Ohio University Post editor who now reports for the Washington Post found himself in the center of a major national news story late last week. On Sunday, he said managed to make it through the ordeal in Ferguson, Missouri, with support from what he termed his "Bobcat family."

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Republican leaders in the U.S. Congress over the past couple weeks have set out to cut food stamp benefits by $39 billion, and to tie defunding of the president's signature Affordable Care Act to their approval of the federal government's continuing resolution spending bill.

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Editor's note: The following article appeared on the IRE News Blog on June 5. It's part of a weekly "Behind the Story" series by IRE (the national trade group Investigative Reporters and Editors) intended to help journalists understand how fellow reporters do their jobs and get their stories…

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The global clean energy marketplace is expanding rapidly, but the competitive position of American industry is at risk because of increased competition abroad and uncertain policies at home, according to a report released earlier this week by the Pew Charitable Trusts.

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Both U.S. congressmen now representing Athens County voted in favor of H.R. 8, the 11th hour legislation designed to stop the nation from tumbling over the so-called fiscal cliff.

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As the United States begins a final month of negotiations before the looming Jan. 1 "fiscal cliff" deadline, this area's Republican members of Congress are more or less sticking to the party line of shunning tax increases on the top 2 percent of wage earners and instead calling for spending cuts.