Friday, October 24, 2014 · 7:19 a.m.
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Rob Healy enters Chattanooga mayor's race—Nooga

City officials to discuss future of Wilcox Tunnel—Nooga

Following closed-door hearing, Sen. Bob Corker continues criticizing response to Libya attack—Nooga

Returning to Washington, Rep. Scott DesJarlais calls for bipartisan work on fiscal cliff—Nooga

Interstate 75-24 split meeting gets heavy traffic—Times Free Press

Chattanooga forming its own wastewater authority—Times Free Press

Meningitis hearing brings heap of blame, no answers—Tennessean

Health law has states feeling tense—NY Times

In first post-election news conference, President Barack Obama lays out second term—Washington Post

Obama details lines of battle in budget plan and on Libya—NY Times

Common ground may be easier to find in Senate—Wall Street Journal

Benghazi hearings set to shine light at attacks—Wall Street Journal

Benghazi inquiry sparks Hill turf battle—Politico

Obama steamed over Rice—Politico

White House, Congress scrutinize FBI's inquiry into David Petraeus—Washington Post

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