Afternoon Lede Check – 8.21.14

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By Nick Massella Comment

National Guard to leave Ferguson as violence eases (The Washington Post). Ex-Va. gov testifies he thought his marriage was over (USA Today). Both American Ebola patients released from Emory University Hospital (Fox5).

From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington Post: National Guard to leave Ferguson as violence eases

USA Today: Ex-Va. gov testifies he thought his marriage was over

POLITICO: Expecting an immigration brawl, getting a shrug

The HillPerry: ‘Real possibility’ ISIS in US

Roll Call: Top 5 Races to Watch in New England

Daily Caller: His Work Is ‘Abysmal’ – St. Louis Medical Examiner SLAMS Man Hired To Conduct Independent Autopsy On Michael Brown

The Washington TimesObama administration broke law in Bergdahl exchange: audit

National Journal: Eric Holder’s Challenge in Ferguson

Washington Examiner: Perry: Big numbers of illegal immigrants from countries with terrorist ties

Huffington Post Politics: HAUNTED – PAUL’S TEA PARTY ROOTS COULD BE BAD NEWS

WTOP: Ex-Va. governor not living with wife

ABC 7: Police: Gunman kills man dating his estranged wife, then shoots self in Laurel, Md.

NBC 4: McDonnell: I’m Living With Priest, Not Wife

CBS 9: Severe T-storm warning Loudoun, Fairfax & Arlington

Fox 5: Both American Ebola patients released from Emory University Hospital

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