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Syria's possible chemical weapon use
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The bombers' plans for NYC
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Chemical weapons likely used before in Syria
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the Syrian regime has likely used chemical weapons on a "small scale."
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The most annoying aspects of going to the doctor
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Americans for Prosperity blame the president for flight delays
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Congress discussing Obamacare 'out' for members, aides
WASHINGTON - While businesses across the country are trying to figure out how to deal with new health care requirements, Congress has been secretly discussing exempting members and aides from insurance exchanges required by Obamacare, Politico reports.
There reportedly is concern about lawmakers and aides being hit with thousands of dollars in health care costs that could lead staffers to seek jobs elsewhere and create a Capitol Hill "brain drain," Politico says.
Citing sources, Politico reports talks on the issue have involved Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Obama administration officials. The discussions are described by Politico as "extremely sensitive" due to the fallout that could ensue from such an exemption.
Read more on the story from Politico here, and listen to executive editor Jim VandeHei discuss the issue in the interview below.
Jim VandeHei, executive editor of POLITICO
Exempting Congress from federal health care law
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WTOP's Kristi King reports
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Terrorism from five Islamic Russian Republics
8:20: J.J. Green, WTOP national security correspondent
More on the online magazine where the Boston bombing suspects got blueprints for their bomb.
7:50 a.m. - James Alan Fox, Lipman professor of criminology, law and public policy at Northeastern University
Terrorism: Clues in the dynamics in family relationships
7:35 a.m.: Bob Beckel and Cal Thomas, commentators
The FBI's failures regarding the Boston bombing suspects.
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Washington Monument fixes nearing completion
WTOP's Nick Iannelli reports
Protesters rally against proposed work rule
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck reports
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The intelligence and the Tsarnaev brothers.
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