Monday, November 24, 2014 · 3:02 a.m.
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City Council denies rezoning of controversial Hixson development—Nooga

City Council votes to enter agreement with county for shooting range—Nooga

Sen. Bob Corker named as ranking member on Senate Foreign Relations Committee—Nooga

Sen. Lamar Alexander becomes ranking member on Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee—Nooga

Corker to participate in Benghazi hearing Wednesday—Nooga

Police, firefighter groups continue candidate endorsements—Nooga

Gov. Bill Haslam holds no public events before budget speech—Tennessean

Commissioner Kevin Huffman wants lawmakers to tweak teacher evaluations—WPLN

State lawmakers respond to White House gun control—WPLN

GOP critics get opportunity to grill Secretary Hillary Clinton on Benghazi—The Hill

Clinton to appear before Congress over Benghazi attack—Washington Post

House GOP debt ceiling bill gaining momentum ahead of floor vote—The Hill

Barack Obama "will not oppose" House GOP plan to suspend debt limit until May—Washington Post

In new term, first year is crucial for Obama agenda—NY Times

Agenda gives centrists pause—Wall Street Journal

Obama speech leaves GOP stark choices—NY Times

NRA leader denounces Obama's call for gun control—NY Times

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