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Money flows into Nevada’s tight Senate race

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Senate race in Nevada, which late polling suggests is a dead heat, has become a central battlefield in the midterm elections with backers of both parties pouring money into last-minute barrages of television attack ads. Read the full story from Reuters

U.S. urges compromise ahead of new Sudan talks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North and south Sudan must be ready to compromise next week when they meet in Ethiopia to discuss obstacles to votes that could see the oil-rich south emerge as an independent country, U.S. officials said on Friday. Read the full story from Reuters

Obama promotes McDonough

The new deputy national security adviser has been a close confidant to the president. Read the full story from Politico

Obama promotes McDonough

The new deputy national security adviser has been a close confidant to the president. Read the full story from Politico

WTO rejects many Chinese claims in U.S. duties case

GENEVA (Reuters) – A World Trade Organization panel largely rejected Chinese claims on Friday in a dispute with the United States over extra duties on Chinese goods which Washington argued were priced at below cost and subsidized. Read the full story from Reuters