Nicole Gaouette

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Foreign policy reporter for Bloomberg News: former reporter in the Washington Bureau of the Los Angeles Times

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Former Senator  George Mitchell  brokered peace in Northern Ireland, but  he's stepping down  after two years as President Obama's special Mideast envoy.

Mideast Envoy George Mitchell Resigns

Former Senator George Mitchell brokered peace in Northern Ireland, but he's stepping down after two years as President Obama's special Mideast envoy.

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The head of the Transportation Security Administration  told Congress  today that airport screeners are not the only layer of defense for American airports.

Government Testers Sneak Bomb Parts Past Screeners

The head of the Transportation Security Administration told Congress today that airport screeners are not the only layer of defense for American airports.

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Yesterday's  Los Angeles Times  reported that a shortage of farm workers threatens to leave un-harvested fruits and vegetables rotting in fields nationwide.

Administration Attempts to Relax Visa Regulations for Farmworkers

Yesterday's Los Angeles Times reported that a shortage of farm workers threatens to leave un-harvested fruits and vegetables rotting in fields nationwide.

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