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Jindal: Country Needs a Conservative Leadership

Jindal’s comments came as he gave a speech on energy.

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McConnell Challenger Touts Gun In New Ad

“Mitch, that’s not how you hold a gun,” Grimes says.

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Clinton’s Iowa Appearance Fuels Campaign Buzz

“I am thinking about it,” Clinton acknowledged.

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Clinton, Huckabee Top Iowa Poll

In 2008, Iowa Republicans went with Huckabee while Democrats opted for Obama, Clinton’s rival.

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Poll: Scott Walker In Tight Race

The two candidates are virtually tied.

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Poll: Party Identification Split In North Carolina

The state hosts a major Senate race leading up to the 2014 midterms.

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LISTEN: The World in Two Minutes – August 22, 2014

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The campaign for an independent Scotland enters the home stretch. The University of Aberdeen’s Michael Keating outlines the vote.

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Poll: Scott Brown Gaining Traction In New Hampshire

46 percent back Shaheen while 44 percent said that they would back Brown.

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LISTEN: The World in Two Minutes – August 21, 2014

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It’s been one year since the largest chemical weapons attack in Syria, and a Brazilian environmentalist surges in popularity ahead of October elections.

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Perry Calls For “Overwhelming Force” In Iraq

Perry called for “nothing less than a sustained air campaign.”

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Click here for: Wednesday, September 17

● Candidates grab $1.1 billion by mid-year

● Rochester man faces terrorism charges

● Corinthian colleges sued for predatory lending

● U.S. poverty rate declined in 2013

● Concussion app is designed for everyone

● Retirement nest eggs grow

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – September 17, 2014

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Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly testifies before Congress, a new report on the Healthcare.gov website, and a Fed decision on changing U.S. interest rates.

Poll: Pat Roberts Behind Independent Challenger

Public Policy Polling shows a 10 point gap in the Kansas Senate race.

Obama Meets With Military Envoy Tasked To Battle ISIS

Gen. John Allen has been appointed as Special Envoy to develop an international coalition and military strategy to combat the terrorist group in Iraq and Syria

GAO: Widespread Violations Of Obamacare Abortion Rules

Out of a sample of 18 insurers, only three said that the service was offered without any “restrictions, limitations or exclusions.”

Jindal: Country Needs a Conservative Leadership

Jindal’s comments came as he gave a speech on energy.