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Kasich Leads Widely Unknown Opponent In Ohio

65 percent of voters in Ohio stated that they don’t know enough about Democrat Ed FitzGerald to form an opinion.

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Poll: O’Malley Off To Rocky Start

Martin O'Malley

O’Malley trails behind Democratic and Republican contenders in terms of familiarity.

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Clinton Dances Around 2016 Speculation During ‘Daily Show’ Appearance

Hillary Clinton

“I think I speak for everyone when I say nobody cares: they just want to know if you’re running for president,” Stewart quipped.

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Jeb Bush Backs Brown In New Hampshire

Bush posted a Tweet posing with Brown’s family in Massachusetts and saying he was “Proud to support [Brown’s] campaign.”

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Poll: 51% See Boehner Lawsuit As A “Political Stunt”

41 percent said the lawsuit is legitimate.

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UN Proposes Massive Afghan Election Audit


As John Kerry stresses national unity in Kabul, the U.N. releases criteria for undertaking a broad review of 3.5 million ballots and 8,000 polling stations.

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Poll: Scott Brown Trails Shaheen By 12 Points

Shaheen leads 50-38 percent.

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Afghan Candidate Claims Victory Despite Election Results

Obama phoned Abdullah urging the candidate to maintain calm among his supporters while the allegations of fraud are investigated.

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Poll: Clinton Easily Beats Out Dems, Leads GOP Opponents in 2016

Hillary Clinton

The poll shows that Clinton garners 58 percent of the vote among the theoretical Democratic primary field, easily beating out Vice President Joe Biden, who received only 9 percent.

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Afghanistan A List Of Challenges Post Election

“We call on all Afghan leaders to maintain calm.”

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House Authorizes Lawsuit Against Obama


The lawsuit, passed in a party-line vote, charges that Obama has overstepped his constitutional authority and sidestepped congressional oversight.

Pentagon Has Sold Weapons To Israel Since Gaza Conflict Began

DoD Press Secretary said On July 20th Israel requested ammunition from the Pentagon, three days later the weapons “were therefore delivered to the Israeli Defense Force.”

Pentagon To Send DoD Advisors To Ukraine, Assessing Additional Support

The team will travel to Ukraine next week, compromising of 3-5 DoD civilians and contractors with expertise “to address their mid- and long-term needs through support for defense institution building, training, education, and other assistance.”

House Passes VA Reform Bill

The Senate is expected to take up the legislation Thursday, shortly before both chambers leave Washington, D.C. for a five-week recess.

LISTEN: The World in Two Minutes – July 30, 2014


Another strike against a U.N.-administered school in Gaza leaves U.N. officials fuming.

War On Coal? Republicans And Democrats Spar Over EPA Power Plant Regulations

“We don’t want to see the Everglades disappear. That’s what at stake here,” Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) said.