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Poll: Toomey Leads Sestak In Keystone State Rematch


Toomey and Sestak initially faced off in the conservative wave year of 2010.

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Jeb Bush Woos Social Conservatives

Bush invoked the controversial case surrounding Terri Schiavo.

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Palin Welcomes Trump Into The GOP Field

Donald Trump launches his 2016 campaign for president at Trump Tower in New York. June 16, 2015. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

“Mr. Trump should know he’s doing something right when the malcontents go ballistic in the press!” Palin wrote in a Facebook post.

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Sanders Closes In On Clinton

Recent polls suggest that Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign is beginning to surge–especially in New Hampshire.

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Blatter Re-elected As Fifa President For Fifth Term

Blatter’s victory came as demands echo though the soccer world that he resign in the face of a major bribery scandal

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After Nearly a Month, Clinton Finally Takes Questions

Hillary Clinton answered questions from the press for the first time in 28 days on Tuesday in a small presidential campaign event in Iowa.

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Bobby Jindal Sets Up Exploratory Committee

Jindal previously said that he would wait until Louisiana’s legislature wraps up its session to formally announce his plans.

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Jeb Bush Says He Would Not Have Invaded Iraq

The remarks signal a turnaround from an earlier, much-maligned statement.

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Russ Feingold Running For His Old Seat

Russ Feingold

The Senate race will essentially be a rematch against Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), who ousted Feingold in 2010.

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Report: Bush Says No To Iowa Straw Poll

Bush will not participate in the largely symbolic Presidential poll.

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Women In Tech: Brit Morin

The founder and CEO of Brit + Co. discusses homemaking in the digital age.

The Day Ahead – July 3, 2015

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The U.K. pays tribute to 30 of its citizens killed in Tunisia last week and a Russian rocket blasts off to resupply the ISS after Sunday’s SpaceX explosion

Pentagon: Drone Strike Kills ISIL Leader

Another ISIL member was also killed in the strike.

Obama Pushes Economic Agenda, Gives Nod To Labor

Obama will update a 30-year-old rule that will double salaried workers overtime pay, a move that will please labor unions who have been in a trade battle with the president in recent months.

Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb Announces Presidential Run

Jim Webb served on term in the Senate.

Poll: More Americans Identify With The Democrat Party

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A total of 46% of Americans identified as Democrats (30%) or said they are independents who lean toward the Democratic Party (16%), while 41% identified as Republicans.