Aamer Madhani

USA Today

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White House correspondent for USA Today; former White House correspondent for National Journal and the Chicago Tribune

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President Obama has chosen  James Comey  to replace Bob Mueller as the next Director of the FBI.

FBI Nominee Faces Questions on Waterboardimg, NSA Surveillance

President Obama has chosen James Comey to replace Bob Mueller as the next Director of the FBI.

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As NATO jets  dropped more bombs  on Tripoli today, Moammar Gadhafi issued an audio message denouncing defectors as cowards and claiming the Western alliance faces defeat.

Military Action in Libya and War Powers

As NATO jets dropped more bombs on Tripoli today, Moammar Gadhafi issued an audio message denouncing defectors as cowards and claiming the Western alliance faces defeat.

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Yesterday's Virginia Tech gunman was Cho Seung-Hui, a 23-year-old resident-alien student from South Korea.

Murderer at Virginia Tech Left Note

Yesterday's Virginia Tech gunman was Cho Seung-Hui, a 23-year-old resident-alien student from South Korea.

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