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As Election Day draws near, candidates, parties and super PACS are all on a spending spree, buying up more than $1 billion in TV air time. Paul Eggers reports on the high cost of free elections.
Barton Crockett, senior V.P. at FBR Capital Markets, discusses the move to online offerings from HBO, CBS and other media outlets as consumers seek to replace cable subscriptions and whether or not it can impact the business of cable companies. He speaks on Bloomberg Surveillance.
Somewhere on the edges of the Syrian border town, Kobani, an Islamic State fighter surveys his spoils of war. Amateur video posted online claims to show IS fighters putting on display U.S. military.
A New York doctor has become the first person in the city to test positive for Ebola, developing the illness weeks after treating patients of the deadly disease in West Africa.
Chuck Norris is well known as the tough guy of Texas... ...and he's using his campaigning muscle to pursuade Texans to vote for GOP gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott on November 4th.
Senator Tom Coburn, an Oklahoma Republican, has released his 2014 Wastebook chronicling the worst examples of wasted taxpayer money in Washington. Bloombergs Yang Yang breaks down the entries on In The Loop.
When asked for his 2014 Senate outlook, Senator Ted Cruz expressed optimism that Republicans would win the majority by picking up 10 or more seats. But he also held open the possibility that close races could break against the GOP, netting them as few as three seats and allowing Democrats to keep control of the Senate.
White House Spokesman Josh Earnest fielded questions from reporters Wednesday about a large order of "green paper" by government agencies to create green cards. Reporters asked the White House if the office supply order was related to an upcoming Executive Order expected by the President after election to act on immigration policies. After multiple attempts by the press, Earnest said it was "crazy" to assume the White House was directly involved in office supply orders.
Bill O'Reilly breaks down the new evidence in the Michael Brown murder case.
The FBI stops Colorado teens from going to Syria on ISIS involvement suspicion.