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July 1, 2015

5 Things to Know About Chris Christie's Record of Dismantling Working Families' Economic Well-being

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As governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie deliberately and repeatedly broke his promise to firefighters, nurses and teachers that he’d strengthen their hard-earned retirement funds, and instead, rewarded Wall Street and big corporations while his state’s public servants suffered. What kind of president will he be? You decide.

Anger With Chris Christie Turns To Laughter In Fort Lee

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A Scramble Is On To Save One Of California's Iconic Medical Pot Collectives

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Newly Released Emails Show Obama Aides Knew Of Hillary Clinton's Private Email As Early As 2009

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HIGH TIME! Oregon Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

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You Can Finally Take As Many Photos As You Want While On A White House Tour

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Puerto Rico's Dance With Default Embraces A Fickle Partner: Wall Street

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Greece Fails To Meet IMF Debt Deadline


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Donald Trump Sues Univision For $500 Million

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Bush Tax Returns Reveal Almost Nothing About His Wall Street Connections

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LGBT Immigrant Rights Protesters Arrested Near White House

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Senator Pushing College Rape Bill Suggests Scrapping Campus Safety Law

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U.S., Cuba To Announce Embassy Openings Wednesday: Report

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Bill De Blasio Says What He Really Thinks About Andrew Cuomo

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From Greece To France To China, Nationalism Is Back In A Big Way

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Report: Intimidating Police Tactics In Ferguson Incited More Unrest


White House Blasts Trade Bill Provision That Aims To Protect Israeli Settlements

5 Ways Obamacare Can (And Should) Be Fixed

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Bobby Jindal Agrees To Let Medical Marijuana Reach Patients

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TransCanada Argues That Recent Emissions Commitments Build The Case For Keystone XL

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What Chris Christie Didn't Say At His Campaign Kickoff

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This Is The Sad State Of Greece's Economy, And Now Things May Get Worse

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