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1. Obama warns of a total withdrawal from Afghanistan
1. Former Israeli leader Ariel Sharon dies
Contractors on the problem-plagued website for President Barack Obama's signature health care reforms blamed the government and each other, but not themselves, at the first Congressional hearing on the troubled online enrollment system.
1. Congress passes bill to reopen the government, prevent a default
House Republicans are opening a two-front war on ObamaCare, pushing for a vote this weekend on a bill that would delay the health care law in exchange for raising the debt ceiling -- a week after handing the Senate a separate bill that would defund the law.
1. Tea Partiers force a showdown over ObamaCare
1. SNOWDEN DOCUMENTS SAY THE NSA VIOLATED PRIVACY RULES
Amid the furor in Washington over government leaks and media exposés, a little-known executive order signed by President Obama in October of 2011 could fuel the paranoia.
1. U.S. AND CHINA TO HOLD TALKS ON HACKING
According to a USA Today report, President Barack Obama will meet with Treasury Department officials at the White House on Wednesday to discuss the ongoing investigation into the Internal Revenue Service allegedly scrutinizing Tea Party groups' applications for tax-exempt status.
MR. CARNEY: Thanks for joining us on this quick trip to New York City. You heard, obviously, the President today in his press conference with the Prime Minister. So I hope that you found that helpful and useful, but I am here also to take your questions. Anybody have anything?