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U.S. deal with Afghanistan to keep troops on the ground
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Redskins locker room smack talk continues
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More Obamacare rollout problems
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The latest on Tesla and Elon Musk
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What do you do when your dad is one of the richest men in the world?
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Finding room in psychiatric hospitals, and what to look for in someone who may be having problems
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Tips to prepare and carve a delicious turkey on Thanksgiving. Also, advice on preparing sweet potatoes, green beans and other side dishes.
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The hot car trends for 2014 at the LA Auto Show.
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Caps face off against the Penguins Wednesday night in a nationally-televised game.
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The problems that Sen. Creigh Deeds had in getting psychiatric care for his son Gus are common in Virginia
WASHINGTON - It seemed like it had been settled years ago - the United States would withdraw all military forces from Afghanistan in 2014. Now reports have surfaced of a deal that would change that, and a retired Army colonel is skeptical that such a move would improve the situation.
Secretary of State John Kerry announced Tuesday that the U.S. and Afghanistan has reached an agreement on the final language of a bilateral security agreement, which will govern the presence of U.S. forces in Afghanistan after the NATO combat mission ends next year.
Retired Col. Jack Jacobs told WTOP's Mike Moss and Bruce Alan in an interview Wednesday that he's not surprised.
7:40 a.m. - Retired Col. Jack Jacobs, NBC military analyst
A deal to keep U.S. forces in Afghanistan past the 2014 withdrawal date
6:40 a.m. - Nancy Cordes, CBS News congressional correspondent
The portion of the health care website that pays insurers is not done yet.
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