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10/10/2013 1:40amLives and property are at greater risk because auto recalls and investigations of safety defects have been put on hold during the partial government shutdown, safety advocates said.
10/10/2013 7:28amWhile dissatisfied with Egypt's progress toward reinstating a democratic government, the U.S. is holding out the possibility of restoring hundreds of millions of dollars in aid if its Mideast ally moves toward free and fair elections.
10/10/2013 2:47pmAshton Carter, the Pentagon's second-in-command, said Thursday he will step down in December, having served for two years under two secretaries of defense.
10/10/2013 3:50pmThe Texas company that operated a fertilizer plant where a thunderous explosion in April killed 15 people is facing $118,300 in federal fines for two dozen serious safety violations, including a failure to have an emergency response plan, officials said Thursday.
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