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Jeb Bush is hard to pin down on climate change.
The 2016 hopeful is "concerned" about global warming, but he's a far cry from being a climate champion.
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Too oily to pin down on anything. See: Hooter girls.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders has never been known for his cuddliness. That's about to change.
The perfect gift for the Democratic socialist in your life!
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Oh My... It looks so life-like compared to the original Bernie 😀
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Here's what we know:
A New York-bound Northeast Regional train derailed Tuesday night, killing at least six and injuring dozens.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will try to remind Democrats this week which party actually controls the chamber.
Some Democrats are pushing for a bigger trade package, and Reid doesn't want to do trade at all.
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Nevadans have an opportunity to play a major role in picking the next Republican presidential nominee—and they're determined not to blow it.
Nevadans have an opportunity to play a major role in picking the next Republican presidential nominee—and they're determined not to blow it.
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thay should  do florida  next
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Obama's battle with Democrats over trade promotion authority is the latest sign of his looming lame duck status.
Party strategists think opposing free-trade deals can demonstrate Democratic candidates' independence from President Obama while winning over working-class voters.
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At least he's not making trade deals with third world nations and currency manipulators!
As president Obama said, its a deal with America, or, a deal with China and America's left out in the cold!
How's NAFTA doing now that president Clinton's trade laws are being enforced?
The republican trade bill CAFTA is now the problem, thanks to no trade laws!
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Green groups: "The Obama administration's decision to give Shell Oil the go-ahead to drill in the Arctic shows why we may never win the fight against climate change"
Environmentalists are mad and the industry is skeptical about Interior's decision to allow Arctic oil drilling, and both sides worry about what comes next.
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He and Valerie don't care if Americans trust him. He will do what ever they want. No one is stopping them.
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In the 2014 cycle, Republicans had every advantage — now, the tables are turned.
The 2016 Senate cycle is shaping up to be the opposite of 2014, with the map heavily stacked against the GOP.
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Don't bet it on it. No one knows the future. Ask the media wankers in Britain who had Labour holding the Tories close.
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Job seekers have reason to be optimistic:
Despite previous indicators showing negative signs, the Friday jobs numbers for April have some reason for more optimism.
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. People who don't want jobs getting nervous...
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"There's kind of this tendency of viewing conservative women as stuck in the past, I think particularly when it comes to the workplace, and that's just so far from the reality that we're seeing."
How one group is trying to change the negative stereotype around what it means to be a right-of-center woman—and usher in a new generation of conservatives.
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I had my fill of the conservative woman during the ERA debacle. 
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Barack Obama on Late Show with David Letterman: "I was thinking you and me, we could play some Dominos together. We can go to the local Starbucks and swap stories."
In his final visit to the "Late Show," the president talked to David Letterman about recent rioting in Baltimore.
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Brew your own coffee you lazy bastards
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