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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 9/17/14 *** The Obama administration has announced a delay in its most sweeping effort to date to combat climate change. The Environmental Protection Agency is extending the public comment period on a proposal to curb carbon emissions from power plants by another 45 days until December 1, after the midterm elections. The plan has faced major opposition from industry lobbyists and both Republican lawmakers and their Democratic counterparts from coal-producing states. The delay comes just a week before delegates and protesters from around the world gather in New York City for a U.N. summit, and two days before that, the People's Climate March against global warming *** ENDLESS WAR: he most senior U.S. military officer has said U.S. ground troops may be needed in Iraq as part of the Obama administration's offensive against the Islamic State *** Tuesday's Senate hearing was repeatedly interrupted by peace activists from CodePink, who rose to protest U.S. intervention in Iraq and Syria at least four times in the first hour *** A U.S. doctor who survived Ebola has criticized the lack global response to the crisis. Dr. Kent Brantly recovered after being flown home from Liberia and receiving one of a handful of doses of an experimental drug. Speaking on Tuesday, Brantly acknowledged the Ebola crisis had received relatively little coverage until he and another U.S. missionary fell ill *** More tomorrow

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