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Migrant Workers Struggle for Change
Take a look inside the life of America's farm workers.
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Now I Get It: What is the Khorasan group?
On September 23, 2014 President Obama for the first time publicly mentioned the Khorasan group. Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric explains the group that is made up of former al-Qaida operatives in Syria.
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John Boehner: 'Somebody's Boots Have to be on the Ground'
George Stephanopoulos speaks with House Speaker John Boehner on the threat from ISIS, as he hits the midterm campaign trail for GOP candidates.
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U.S-led Raids Hit Makeshift Oil Refineries Funding IS
US-led warplanes kept up strikes on oil sites funding the Islamic State group on Sunday, as Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate threatened reprisals after a key operative was reported killed. The coalition raids destroyed three makeshift oil refineries in jihadist-controlled territory in Syria, intensifying efforts to deny IS funding after a wave of strikes on its oil infrastructure on Thursday night.
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Obama: U.S. Intelligence Underestimated Militants In Syria
President Barack Obama said in a CBS television interview broadcast on Sunday, U.S. intelligence agencies underestimated Islamic State activity inside Syria, which has become "ground zero" for jihadists worldwide. Conversely, Obama said in a "60 Minutes" interview taped on Friday, the United States overestimated the ability of the Iraqi army to fight the militant groups. Citing earlier comments by James Clapper, director of national intelligence, Obama acknowledged that U.S.
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Prisoner swap in eastern Ukraine
Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists exchange dozens of prisoners in Donetsk. Gavino Garay reports.
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Joe Torre on Derek Jeter
Baseball executive Joe Torre reflects on Yankee Derek Jeter's career, calling him a role model within the sport.
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Protests Block Mong Kok Streets
Mong Kok, one of Hong Kong’s most densely populated areas, woke up on Tuesday morning, September 29, to find many main road blocked by barricades and pro-democracy protesters. Activists from the Occupy Central campaign also blocked Nathan Road, which runs the length of the Kowloon Peninsula and acts as a vital transport artery.Tens of thousands of demonstrators have flooded Hong Kong streets since Sunday to support a protest over Beijing’s decision to reject calls for open nominations for the election of Hong Kong’s chief executive in 2017. Demonstrators on Monday called for the resignation of Hong Kong Chief Executvie CY Leung after he branded Occupy Central, one of the organizing groups, as “unlawful”. Protest numbers have swelled since riot police responded to demonstrations with tear gas and pepper spray on two occasions following CY Leung’s remarks. Credit: Facebook/Bensun Ho for DBC MM
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Indian PM Modi Arrives in Washington
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Washington D.C. on Monday, September 29, ahead of talks with President Barack Obama. Modi joined Obama for dinner at the White House ahead of formal talks scheduled for Tuesday. Modi, who is on a religious fast, did not eat during the meal. Credit: YouTube/Narendra Modi
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'Long Rangers' Share World War II Memories
Remaining members of the famed "Long Rangers" gather for a reunion as work gets underway to preserve records, photographs and memorabilia. Louis Zamperini, who was a part of the group, is the subject of a movie based on the book, "Unbroken." (Sept. 30)