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August 31, 2015

High Drug Prices Are Killing Americans

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Americans should not have to live in fear that they will go bankrupt if they get sick. People should not have to go without the medication they need just because their elected officials aren't willing to challenge the drug lobby. The public is fed up, and they have a right to be fed up.

Dick Cheney Wants Joe Biden To Jump Into The Presidential Race

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Why Every 2016 Candidate Should Get Out While They Still Can

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Kanye West Is Running For President In 2020

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Father Of Slain Journalist: 'They Messed With The Wrong Family'

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Cruz's Planned Parenthood Strategy Will Backfire

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Rebel Wilson Called Out After Joking About Police Injustice At VMAs

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Gay Dad Sounds Off On Kentucky Clerk's Refusal To Issue Gay Marriage Licenses

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Bobby Jindal Claims Immigration Policy Is Not About Border Security, But About 'Values'

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Bernie Sanders: My Supporters Are 'Not Anti-Hillary Clinton'

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What Happened To Scott Walker?

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Obama Will Restore Mt. McKinley's Name To Denali On Alaska Trip

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U.S. Weighs Sanctions Over China For Cyber Hacking: REPORT

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Chris Christie Wants To Track Immigrants Like FedEx Packages

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University Removes Jefferson Davis Statue

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What Happens To The Iran Deal Once Congress Gets Back From Recess?

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Michigan Rally Shows Support For Ex-Marine Held By Iran

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Iowa Poll: Bernie Sanders Is Closing In On Hillary Clinton

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Busboy Who Cradled A Dying RFK Is Finally Moving Past His Grief

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Obama Made A Lot Of Promises In August 2008. Here's How They're Holding Up.

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Many Americans Want Stricter Gun Laws. Will It Matter?

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Top Jeb Fundraisers Leave After Low Poll Numbers

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Dick Cheney: Iran Deal Will Lead To First Use Of Nuclear Weapon Since Hiroshima And Nagasaki

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Qatar Really Wants You To Know How Much It Gave For Katrina Relief

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Off Their Front Porch: Protesters Have No Free-Speech Rights On Supreme Court Plaza

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Clerk Who Refuses To Marry LGBT Couples Performed Trans Man's Marriage

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Bernie Sanders Explains To Democrats Why They Lose Elections

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Bill Maher Calls Out Rick Santorum On Climate Change

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Rick Scott Declares State Of Emergency In Florida As Tropical Storm Erika Approaches

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Scott Walker Open To Building Wall Along Border With Canada

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California Climate Bills Could Set A High Bar For The Rest Of The Country

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Mike Huckabee Shifts Stance On Birthright Citizenship

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Here's When You Can Expect Primary Polls To Really Start Mattering

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The Ojibwe Take A Stand For Treaty Rights, Hoping To Defeat A Pipeline

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How Social Media Would Have Changed Hurricane Katrina Coverage

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Court Decides Civil Rights Protections Don't Apply To Kids In Prison

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Slain Reporter's Father Fears For His Safety As He Takes Up Gun Control Activism

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