Friday, October 24, 2014 · 9:26 p.m.
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Chattanooga company announces nationally focused STEM program—Nooga

Former Rep. Zach Wamp comments on Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, Appropriations Committee—Nooga

Sen. Bob Corker discusses fiscal reform on "Meet the Press"—Nooga

Chris Devaney to serve another term as Tennessee GOP chairman—Nooga

Sen. Lamar Alexander confirms 2014 bid—Nooga

Fleischmann urged to drop anti-tax pledge—Times Free Press

Phil Bredesen won't challenge Alexander—Politico

Gov. Bill Haslam listening to all sides on exchange—WPLN

Tennessee among 10 states yet to decide on exchanges—News Sentinel

Medicare fraud is charged—Wall Street Journal

Meningitis outbreak: Infection cases in Tennessee rise to 88—Tennessean

Tax breaks for employers and developers under attack in Chattanooga—Times Free Press

Corker rallies opposition to Pandora-backed royalty bill—The Hill

Even on short-term stimulus, Republicans and Barack Obama can't agree—NY Times

Republicans counter with their own fiscal cliff plan—LA Times

GOP cliff offer is no dealmaker—Politico

Speaker John Boehner, House GOP leaders offer fiscal cliff counterproposal—Washington Post

Initial deficit cuts are sticking point in negotiations—NY Times

Obama warns Syria amid rising concern over chemical weapons—Washington Post

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