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Sources confirm to Fox News a report that alleged White House intruder Omar Gonzalez overpowered a Secret Service officer and made it into the East Room on Sept. 19.

More on this story: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/09/29/white-house-intruder-made-it-to-east-room-officials-say/

PET FOOD RECALL

Bravo! is recalling select lots of Bravo! Turkey and Chicken pet foods for dogs and cats because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

Products are being recalled because they were manufactured in the same manufacturing facility or on the same day as products that tested positive.

The Pet360 Safety Center has everything that you need to know about the Bravo! dog and cat food recall – including who you should contact and how to get a refund or credit.

 

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Well-Armed Design: 8 Octopus-Inspired Technologies

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Octopuses have inspired many technological innovations, ranging from camouflage materials to robotic arms. Here are some octopus-inspired technologies.

JOHN 3:20-21

For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.

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NYMINI NEWSLETTER

Iraq Army Woos Deserters Back to War on ISIS

By KIRK SEMPLE

The Iraqi military command has launched a campaign to re-enlist soldiers and officers who abandoned their units.

Spy Agencies Urge Caution on Phone Deal

By ERIC LICHTBLAU

An obscure federal contract for routing phone calls and text messages has prompted a lobbying battle in which intelligence officials argue that surveillance secrets could be at risk.

Crackdown on Protests by Hong Kong Police Draws More to the Streets

By CHRIS BUCKLEY and ALAN WONG

Downtown Hong Kong turned into a battlefield of tear gas and seething crowds on Sunday after the police moved against a student democracy protest.

World
Shiites in a Battered Neighborhood of Baghdad Fault One of Their Own

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

Few in Karada describe the violence in sectarian terms, but most blame Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, the former prime minister, for allowing public security to decay.

Firefighters and members of Japan's Self-Defense Forces near the peak of Mount Ontake in central Japan on Sunday. The volcano erupted Saturday in a spectacular geyser of ash.

Dozens of Hikers Feared Dead on Japanese Volcano

By MARTIN FACKLER

Thirty-one climbers were found apparently dead on Mount Ontake, which had been busy with hikers who had gone to see the first signs of autumn.

Taliban Press for Advantage as Politicians Work on Maneuvers in Kabul

By DECLAN WALSH and FAZL MUZHARY

A brutal battle in Ghazni Province was the latest sign that the insurgency was becoming increasingly ambitious, posing the central challenge facing the country’s new president

Paying Till It Hurts

Costs Can Go Up Fast When E.R. Is in Network but the Doctors Are Not

By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL

Emergency room physicians are leaving patients with hefty bills: More and more, doctors who work in emergency rooms are private contractors who are out of network or do not accept any insurance plans.

A police officer on West Florissant Avenue after the shooting of a Ferguson police officer on Saturday.

Officials Say Shooting of Ferguson Police Officer Is Not Linked to Protests

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL and EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

The police officer was shot in the arm in an episode that the authorities said was unrelated to protests over the fatal shooting of a black teenager in the Missouri town last month.

At the 31 public colleges and universities that make up the University System of Georgia, all tobacco products will be forbidden starting Wednesday.

Georgia Colleges Prohibiting Tobacco, but Questions About Enforcement Linger

By ALAN BLINDER

Starting Wednesday, tobacco products and e-cigarettes will be prohibited at the 31 public colleges and universities that make up the University System of Georgia.

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