The Wall Street Journal
Turks warn that Syrian border city of Kobani likely to fall to ISIL, and pressed the US to do more. Of course the Turks haven't been particularly helpful.
And worse: Anbar Province, a crucial buffer zone between ISIL and Baghdad is at risk of falling. President Obama sticking to his guns: no boots on the ground. Let them eat pide.
Previously reported: Wal-Mart to end heath coverage for part-time workers; cite ObamaCare; cite 30-hour rule.
Number of job openings hit 13-year high. The number of job openings across the US reached a 13-year high in August, a sign this year's strong job growth could stretch into the fall.
Isn't this interesting....California drought producing tastier wine grapes. I can't make this stuff up.
More than ever, West Virginia leans right. West Virginia next month appears likely to elect its first Republican to the US Senate in 55 years; the GOP could also win a majority in the state House of Delegates.
Leon Panetta's memoir came out Tuesday; says president is learning from his "missteps."
Spain rushes to halt Ebola threat; can't explain how nurse contracted Ebola. By the way, I forget where I saw it, perhaps The Los Angeles Times, but according to the op-ed, if there is one death from Ebola in Latin America there will be a mass migration of humanity north to the US.
EU removes another obstacle to importing Canadian sands oil.
Posted elsewhere, earlier: California "importing" North Dakota crude.
Posted elsewhere, earlier: CBR looms big for Canadian Pacific.
Posted elsewhere, earlier: Samsung struggles to halt sharp slide in profits.