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Trump makes it easier for employers to pay for health coverage - CNNPolitics

The Trump administration is expanding employers' ability to give workers cash to buy heath care coverage elsewhere, including on the Obamacare exchanges, senior officials announced Monday.

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Collins to support Kavanaugh, securing enough votes for confirmation

GOP Sen. Susan Collins (Maine) said Friday that she will support Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, clinching the votes needed for confirmation.

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Is Kavanaugh Helping Republicans’ Midterm Chances? | FiveThirtyEight

In midterm elections, with different candidates on the ballot in every state and district, it’s rare to see the sort of sharp, turn-on-a-dime shifts in the poll…

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NPR: Amid Kavanaugh Confirmation Battle, Democratic Enthusiasm Edge Evaporates

A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that amid the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation battle, the share of Republicans saying the 2018 midterms are "very important" has spiked.

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The Latest: Sen. Corker says he'll vote to confirm Kavanaugh

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh (all times local): 9:05 p.m. GOP Sen. Bob Corker says he'll be voting t

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The Worst Police Shooting Yet | National Review

Amber Guyger’s killing of Botham Shem Jean is an unspeakable tragedy. It also highlights the need for officers like Guyger to face impartial justice.

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John McCain, war hero and giant of the Senate, dies at 81 | TheHill

John McCain, a giant of the Senate who survived years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam to become a leading actor on the political stage for decades, has died.

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Embattled EPA head Pruitt resigns

Scott Pruitt resigned from his position leading the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Thursday, following months of high-profile controversies regarding his spending, ethics and management at the agency. "I have

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Krauthammer: He Made Us Laugh

"You’re betraying your whole life if you don’t say what you think—and you don’t say it honestly and bluntly.”

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Krauthammer: He Was Brave

In 2013, Charles Krauthammer was the featured speaker at The Weekly Standard “summit” at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado. His performance was scintillating. He surprised the crowd with his sense of humor. He took questions.

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Intellectual Giant Charles Krauthammer dies at the age of 68

Longtime Fox News commentator said in early June that he had "only a few weeks left to live" after a battle with cancer.

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Syria Is Now In Charge of the UN's Disarmament Efforts. Really.

The U.S. says the Assad regime’s repeated use of chemical weapons on civilians should disqualify it from the post.

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Anti-Israel Protesters Shout Down Amb. Nikki Haley at University of Houston | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

Washington’s ambassador to the United Nations was interrupted by protesters waving Palestinians flags while speaking at the University of Houston...

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Seattle's Unloosed Monsters Will Kill The Progressive Dream

Seattle is ground zero for progressive experiments... (Its) recent contributions to the liberal virosphere include... a $275 head tax per employee to raise $48 million annually to address a rising homeless population of almost 12,000 people in a city of 7

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Opinion | Three Cheers for Cultural Appropriation - The New York Times

If we make people stay in the ethnic and racial lane assigned to them by accident of birth, we’ll lose everything that makes this country great.

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The Hill Drops Out of Future White House Correspondents’ Dinners – Adweek

The Hill is backing out of next year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, unless the association that oversees the annual black-tie event makes some changes.

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Aging senators ask 'Mr. Zuckerberg' for tech support in hilarious Senate hearing meme

The internet roasted clueless lawmakers during Mark Zuckerberg's Senate hearing.

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Trump replaces McMaster with Bolton as national security adviser

President Trump announced Thursday he will be replacing national security adviser H.R. McMaster with former United State Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton.

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CNN’s Camerota confronts Holocaust denier running for Congress in heated interview | TheHill

CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on Thursday confronted the Holocaust denier who is the sole GOP candidate running for an Illinois House seat.

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The Secret to Henry Kissinger’s Success - POLITICO Magazine

Many think the retired diplomat’s closeness to one man—Richard Nixon—was the source of his power. That gets Kissinger dangerously wrong.

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Tax reform reaction: AT&T is giving bonuses to 200,000 employees

The telecom giant said it would give more than 200,000 U.S. union members a special bonus of $1,000.

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Vote explainer: Can Republicans still pass the bill if senators are absent?

Senate Republicans are working to shore up enough votes within their caucus to pass tax reform next week, even in the unlikely but possible scenario that two Republican senators are absent for the big vote.

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I used to think gun control was the answer. My research told me otherwise. - The Washington Post

Evidence suggests that no one broad gun-control restriction could make a big difference.

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The Nuclear Deal Is Iran’s Legal Path to the Bomb

Iran sees it. It’s time the U.S. did too.

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Annenburg: Americans are constitutionally illiterate

The annual Constitution Day survey of American knowledge of the Constitution was released today. Don't get your hopes up; it's as depressing as ever.

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Fox News host asks if 9/11 memorials will come down next | TheHill

“Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade on Monday questioned whether a memorial built to remember the airline passengers who took down a fourth plane on Sept. 11, 2001, over Pennsylvania might some day be taken down.

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North Korea Says It Successfully Tested a Hydrogen Bomb—Is It Time to Nuke Kim’s Economy?

Little more than a week ago, President Trump claimed North Korea was ‘starting to respect us.’ On Sunday, they claimed to have successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb.

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FACT CHECK: Did Clapper Get ‘Caught Lying To Congress’?

President Donald Trump claimed that former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper "famously got caught lying to Congress" in a Thursday tweet.

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Why Lee Should Go, and Washington Should Stay - NYTimes.com

Nashville — I grew up on Missionary Ridge, a Civil War battlefield overlooking Chattanooga, Tenn. In my childhood we could still find minie balls from the battle in which a young Union soldier, Arthur MacArthur, the father of Douglas, received the Medal of Honor.

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The Rise of the Violent Left

Antifa's activists say they're battling burgeoning authoritarianism on the American right. Are they fueling it instead?

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Trump’s horrifying ‘take three’ on Charlottesville | New York Post

On Tuesday afternoon, we learned yet again that the president of the United States is against neo-Nazis, which is nice. They’re “very rough,” he said at...

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Mueller impanels grand jury in Russia probe: report

Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly impaneled a grand jury in Washington as part of the ongoing investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

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OPINION: Trump's travel ban victory should force media to examine itself | TheHill

OPINION | The Supreme Court's stay should concentrate minds in both the judiciary and the media on the loss of objectivity in analysis over the president's immigration order.

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It feels like America is descending into chaos | New York Post

I turned 7 in 1968, and though my memories are necessarily fuzzy, I can still sum up a queasy sense of the chaos that pervaded the year as it streamed out of...

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The Shadowy History Of Secret White House Tapes

American presidents began surreptitious recordings in the White House in 1940 under Roosevelt, unbeknownst to Congress or the public. After Nixon, they were believed to stop, but did they?

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Was Trump’s Syria Strike Illegal? Explaining Presidential War Powers

WASHINGTON — President Trump ordered the military on Thursday to carry out a missile attack on Syrian forces for using chemical weapons against civilians. The unilateral attack lacked authorization from Congress or from the United Nations Security Council, raising the question of whether he had legal authority to commit the act of war.

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Was Trump’s Syria Strike Illegal? Explaining Presidential War Powers

WASHINGTON — President Trump ordered the military on Thursday to carry out a missile attack on Syrian forces for using chemical weapons against civilians. The unilateral attack lacked authorization from Congress or from the United Nations Security Council, raising the question of whether he had legal authority to commit the act of war.

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Was Trump’s Syria Strike Illegal? Explaining Presidential War Powers

WASHINGTON — President Trump ordered the military on Thursday to carry out a missile attack on Syrian forces for using chemical weapons against civilians. The unilateral attack lacked authorization from Congress or from the United Nations Security Council, raising the question of whether he had legal authority to commit the act of war.

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Was Trump’s Syria Strike Illegal? Explaining Presidential War Powers

WASHINGTON — President Trump ordered the military on Thursday to carry out a missile attack on Syrian forces for using chemical weapons against civilians. The unilateral attack lacked authorization from Congress or from the United Nations Security Council, raising the question of whether he had legal authority to commit the act of war.

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The Senate Filibuster, Explained

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court nomination of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch is now going to the Senate floor. The Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer of New York, has pledged to lead Democrats in a filibuster of the nomination.

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The crucial White House position Trump has neglected to fill - The Washington Post

Five good reasons the president should get a dog — and soon.

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Why Trump's Tuesday speech isn't a State of the Union address - CNNPolitics.com

President Donald Trump is set to give an address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday -- but it technically won't be his first State of the Union address.

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Killer, kleptocrat, genius, spy: the many myths of Vladimir Putin | World news | The Guardian

The Long Read: Russia’s role in Trump’s election has led to a boom in Putinology. But do all these theories say more about us than Putin?

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Trump tells Jewish magazine's reporter to 'sit down,' blames anti-Semitism on 'the other side' - CNNPolitics.com

In response to a question Thursday about threats to Jewish centers nationwide, President Donald Trump called a Jewish reporter a liar, told him to sit down and later said anti-Semitism was coming from "the other side."

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Conway: 'I don’t know who' had access to Twitter account | TheHill

White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway said on Tuesday that she does not know who was operating her Twitter account when it was used to retweet a white nationalist.

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'There is No Moral Equivalency': Ben Sasse Says 'I Don't Know' What Trump's Doing With Putin Comments | Mediaite

"I'll be honest, I don't know what the president is trying to do with statements like these," the Nebraska Senator said.

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Trump Doesn’t Mention Jews in Holocaust Remembrance Day Message

The remarks immediately drew criticism from Jewish leaders, including Anti-Defamation League head Jonathan Greenblatt.

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Trump bans EPA employees from giving social media updates

EPA grants have reportedly been frozen, with agency employees barred from speaking about it.

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Julian Assange Drives Wikileaks’ Reputation for Anti-Semitism - National – Forward.com

Since gaining international attention in 2010 with the release of nearly 100,000 classified logs of the war in Iraq, Wikileaks — often through the actions of its founder Julian Assange — has repeatedly come under fire for anti-Semitism.

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Syria's Assad applauds Trump's terrorism rhetoric

“The rest is American, let’s say, internal matters, I wouldn't worry about. But the question [is] whether Trump has the will or the ability to implement what he just mentioned.”

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Donald Trump Keeps Talking About a Landslide. Here Are the Facts.

Also, my new discussion with Diane Rehm is embedded here.

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Trump didn't save as many Carrier jobs as he claimed

Carrier confirms 300 of the 1,100 jobs "saved" in deal with Trump were never at risk of moving to Mexico, and that 600 of its jobs are still going south of border.

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‘There's No Such Thing Any More as Facts’ - The Atlantic

That is when Scottie Nell Hughes, Trump stalwart, joins the show to assert that “this is all a matter of opinion” and “there are no such things as facts.”

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After Trump, a Call for Political Correctness From the Right - The Atlantic

Downplaying the racist views of Trump supporters is an evasion of the facts.

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Donald Trump Drops Threat of New Hillary Clinton Investigation - The New York Times

“Lock her up”? The president-elect signaled that he would prefer to move on rather than pursue inquiries into Mrs. Clinton’s email use and the Clinton Foundation.

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Bernie Sanders Could Replace President Trump With Little-Known Loophole | The Huffington Post

Here is exactly what we need to do to save our great society. The information here is what we’ve all been waiting for. By doing this we can make Bernie t...

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Stephen Bannon: 5 things Jews need to know about Trump’s chief strategist | Jewish Telegraphic Agency

The ex-Breitbart News chief, who has been accused of anti-Semitism while running the far-right site, officially has the president-elect's ear.

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A White Nationalist Is The New White House Chief Strategist | The Huffington Post

Steve Bannon, who stoked the flames of alt-right fury while running Breitbart News, is headed to the presidential inner circle.

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Has Trump Driven Jews Away From the Republican Party?

The presidential nominee’s campaign has brought anti-Semitism into the mainstream in ways not recently seen—and it may cost his party for years to come.

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Early exit poll: Clinton winning ground game

The results – based on online interviews with 9,704 early and Election-Day voters – are preliminary and could change significantly as the day goes on.

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Anti-Semitism is no longer an undertone of Trump’s campaign. It’s the melody.

From my culture’s history, I know that when a demagogue begins to identify scapegoats, the Jews are never far behind.

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Trump trashes 'Saturday Night Live' - POLITICO

"Time to retire the boring and unfunny show," says the GOP nominee.

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Donald Trump's Implosion

At the second presidential debate, the Republican paced and pouted and sighed, but failed to patch together his collapsing campaign.

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Breaking 148 years of tradition San Diego newspaper endorses Clinton | TheHill

The paper has never endorsed a Democrat for president in its nearly 150-year history.

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Poll finds 7 percent of voters have ended friendships over the election

Seven-in-10 registered voters said the presidential election has brought out the worst in people.

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The REAL Worst. President. Ever.

People are debating who will be more disastrous for the country, Trump or Clinton. But James Buchanan takes the cake.

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What Really Happened at Donald Trump's Intelligence Briefing - NBC News

NBC News has exclusive details about the session where Trump claims he read "body language."

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Bannon's ex-wife: 'He didn’t want the girls going to school with Jews'

Bannon's ex-wife said in 2007 he didn't want their kids at a school with Jewish students.

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RNC in Cleveland: Do Republicans Think Donald Trump Can Win? - The Atlantic

Nonpartisan prognosticators and party officials seem bleak about the GOP’s chances in November. But delegates in Cleveland were at least somewhat more optimistic.

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Why James Comey didn't recommend prosecution for Hillary Clinton - CBS News

​His conclusion is being second-guessed by Republicans, who will question him on his decision Thursday

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Iowa state senator is first elected official to leave Republican party over Trump | US news | The Guardian

David Johnson changes registration to No Party in response to Donald Trump accusing federal judge Gonzalo Curiel of bias based on his race

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Eric Trump compares Trump University to Harvard | TheHill

Eric Trump says "every major university" has students who complain.

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How does a contested convention work? The GOP's last bet to stop Trump

Anyone-but-Trump Republicans are convinced a contested or brokered convention is their best shot to defeat the businessman. Here's how it would work.

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WATCH: Donald Trump Bizarrely Likens David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan to 'Federation of Jewish Philanthropies' – Tablet

Today, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump was interviewed on MSNBC's flagship Morning Joe program. Host Mika Brzezinski confronted the candidate about a variety of issues, including his recent refusal to disavow former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wi

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Trump racks up 5 Super Tuesday wins; Cruz wins Texas, Oklahoma

Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio began managing expectations Tuesday ahead of nominating contests in 11 states that could set the stage for the end of the Republican presidential race.

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Supreme Court justices don’t belong at the State of the Union - The Boston Globe

The Constitution directs the president to periodically “give to the Congress information of the State of the Union,” and most presidents since Woodrow Wilson have delivered that “information” in a formal speech. But nothing in the Constitution req

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After Crushing Defeat, DNC Quirk Still Gives Hillary More New Hampshire Delegates Than Sanders

Though Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary in a landslide over Hillary Clinton, he will likely receive fewer delegates than she will.

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DONALD TRUMPS NEW HAMPSHIRE; BATTLE FOR SECOND BETWEEN BUSH AND KASICH AS DEBATE FALLOUT CONTINUES. SANDERS WELL AHEAD OF CLINTON

With the New Hampshire primary happening tomorrow, a new Emerson College statewide survey shows Republican Donald Trump poised to win in the Granite State with 31% of likely GOP primary voters. The battle is on for second place, with the next four candidates separated by just 5 percentage points...

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Trump Reveals the One Thing That Would Get Him to Drop Out | Mediaite

In case you were wondering what could possibly get Donald Trump out of this race, the answer is very simple: if less people start to like him.

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Hillary Clinton wins Iowa precinct by coin toss

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O’Malley to suspend his campaign, according to adviser - The Washington Post

The news came against the backdrop of the former Maryland governor’s weak performance in Iowa Monday.

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Iowa Results - Presidential Primaries and Caucuses – 2016 Election Center - CNNPolitics.com

Politics at CNN has news, opinion and analysis of American and global politics. Find news and video about elections, the White House, the U.N and much more.

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Here's how to know who's winning Iowa tonight

Certain counties have proven to be more predictive than others at indicating the eventual victor from both parties.

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Here’s Everything You Need to Know About the Iowa Caucuses | TIME

Some answers to your questions about the Iowa caucuses.

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Donald Trump says he will get Apple to 'start building their damn computers and things' in the US | The Verge

The US lost Apple's manufacturing jobs years ago, and probably for good. Steve Jobs is rumored to have said as much at a high-power Silicon Valley dinner in 2011, when he told President Barack...

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How Would the Supreme Court Rule on Ted Cruz's Eligibility Question?

This is a legal memorandum about a subject in the headlines—whether Senator Ted Cruz is eligible to be president.

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Marco Rubio’s Shiny Boots Stir Up the Presidential Race - NYTimes.com

A surprising focus on Senator Marco Rubio’s shiny, stack-heeled ankle boots, first noted in a desultory Twitter post on Monday by a New York Times reporter, has grown over the last few days into one of the weirder firestorms of the presidential campaign, with rival candidates and the news media all adding tinder to the flames.

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G.O.P. Presidential Hopefuls Gird for a Month of Mud-Flinging - The New York Times

Supporters of Senator Marco Rubio, Senator Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and Mike Huckabee are poised to unleash a wave of ferocious attacks before the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.

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GOP tells NBC next debate suspended over 'gotcha' questions - Oct. 30, 2015

The Republican National Committee told NBC in a letter today it is suspending plans for a February debate on the network over the use of "gotcha" questions.

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Anti-Semites Flock to Ann Coulter's Side - The Daily Beast

Her vitriolic Tweets about the Republican Party pandering to Jewish voters has attracted alarming support across social media.

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Do You Understand the Electoral College? - Prager University

Right now, there's a well-organized, below-the-radar effort to render the Electoral College effectively useless. It's called the National Popular Vote, and it would turn our presidential elections into a majority-rule affair. Would this be good or bad? Au

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The Popular Vote vs. the Electoral College - Prager University

Right now, there's a well-organized, below-the-radar effort to render the Electoral College effectively useless. It's called the National Popular Vote, and it would turn our presidential elections into a majority-rule affair. Would this be good or bad? Au

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The Decreasing Relevance of the Campaign Speech - NationalJournal.com

In his first big address of the 2016 cycle in Detroit last month, Jeb Bush used a teleprompter. He wanted to get it over with, it seemed, resulting in a notably rushed and flat delivery.

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California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer to retire

California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer, a tenacious liberal whose election to the Senate in 1992 heralded a new era for women at the upper reaches of political power, announced Thursday she will not seek re-election to a new term next year.

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The biggest Pinocchios of 2014 - The Washington Post

It’s time for our annual round-up of the biggest Pinocchios of the year.

The midterm elections, of course, dominated our coverage of false claims, as an avalanche of negative ads tumbled across televisions screens. Some of those ads, which made it onto our list of the worst campaign ads, have the dubious honor of also appearing on this list.

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Midterm election rides wave of anger at incumbents - LA Times

The costliest midterm election in history draws to a bitter close with control of the Senate tilting toward Republicans even as governors, in red and blue states alike, face a well of anti-incumbent anger from New England to the Rocky Mountains.

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Scottish independence referendum result - YouGov predicts 54% no, 46% yes - live | Politics | theguardian.com

Andrew Sparrow, Claire Phipps and Paul Owen with rolling coverage of the results of the Scottish independence referendum as they come in, plus reaction and analysis of the vote that could lead to Scotland…

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Just 63% Know Which Parties Control the House and Senate - Rasmussen Reports™

Rasmussen Reports - The best place to look for polls that are spot on

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LA Restaurants Enact 3% Surcharge For Healthcare Costs | Truth Revolt

On Tuesday, LA Weekly reported that several upscale restaurants in the City of Angels will be adding a 3 percent surcharge to cover their employees' healthcare costs, a trend that has been gaining steam since the Affordable Care Act launched nearly one ye

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Pro-Moscow Rebels Fly Flag of 'New Russia' in Eastern Ukraine - NBC News.com

NOVOAZOVSK, Ukraine - Pro-Russian rebels conquering territory in eastern Ukraine are fighting under a new flag that betrays their - and perhaps the Kremlin’s...

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Stopping the worst people on Earth - The Washington Post

The real objective of U.S. airstrikes is stopping the worst people on earth.

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Eric Cantor says goodbye as House majority leader

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, shockingly defeated for renomination in Virginia, gave his final address as the No. 2 GOP leader.

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McConnell Seeks to Break Out Funding for Israel's Iron Dome From Border Bill | The World's Greatest Deliberative Body

(Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo) Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is introducing standalone legislation to provide funding for Israel's Iron

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Senate border plan spurns Obama, but helps firefighters and Israel | Mobile Washington Examiner

If Congress can agree on a plan to give President Obama supplemental money to deal with the border crisis, it's going to be much less than he asked for. Senate appropriators released a plan Wednesday to provide Obama with $1 billion less than requested to

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Huge Upset: Top House Republican Loses to Tea Party Challenger

Huge Upset: Top House Republican Loses to Tea Party Challenger

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Rep. Ralph Hall, oldest House member, defeated by John Ratcliffe

Hall, 91, becomes first incumbent defeated in a primary this year. He is the oldest member of Congress and one of the last World War II veterans on Capitol Hill.

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Fast Food Worker Protests Over Minimum Wage Spread Across The Globe

In the first internationally coordinated effort, 230 cities in at least 33 countries, including the U.S., protested low wages at fast food restaurants.

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Kerry confirms report that Jews in Ukrainian city told to register

Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed Thursday that Jews in one restive Ukrainian city were sent notices telling them to register, a development he called grotesque.

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    Jewish Train Riders Told to Disembark and Shower at Auschwitz

    Suspects startled passengers on a Belgian train when they used the speaker system to instruct Jews to disembark and take a 'short shower' at Auschwitz.

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      Tax headaches are pushing American expats to reconsider their citizenship

      Americans overseas are increasingly questioning whether to renounce their citizenship as the U.S. government cracks down on tax evaders.

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          July 4: The alternative secret history of the world

          A look back at the pre-American world: What was it like to live on planet Earth before 1776?

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            Gallup: Republicans more proud to be American than Democrats | WashingtonExaminer.com

            In recognition of Independence Day, Gallup has released a poll on whether American citizens are still proud to be American. Ninety-three percent of Republicans indicate that they are “extremely/very proud” to be American while only 85 percent of Democ

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              Normandy Speech: Ceremony Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion, D-Day 6/6/84

              President Reagan's Address at the Ceremony Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion, D-day at Point-du-Hoc - 6/6/84. For more information ...

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                Congress has a Constitution problem — many don’t understand document & testing

                Each of them takes an oath to defend the Constitution, but many House lawmakers either don’t understand the founding document or don’t take its precepts seriously, according to an analysis by & test – this

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                Worst presidents' and their lessons: Column

                Broken promises and gloomy temperaments lead inevitably to an alienated public.

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                Congress has a Constitution problem — many don’t understand document

                Each of them takes an oath to defend the Constitution, but many House lawmakers either don’t understand the founding document or don’t take its precepts seriously, according to an analysis by The Washington Times that studied the constitutional backing that representatives submitted for each of the more than 3,000 bills they introduced in 2011.