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Thursday Night’s Debate May Eschew Policy For Zingers

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) at CPAC 2015. (Photo by James Cullum)

What can viewers expect from Thursday’s GOP debate?

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The Hard Question: The Nicaragua Canal, Brought To You By China

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In this edition of The Hard Question, host Blanquita Cullum discusses the $50 billion Nicaragua Canal and the involvement of China and Russia.

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The Hard Question: ISIS And The Border

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Blanquita Cullum addresses new concerns surrounding border security.

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The Hard Question: Who Has Jumped The 2016 Shark?

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Blanquita Cullum examines the 2016 field.

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Pataki Announces 2016 White House Bid

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The former New York Gov. joins a growing number of Republican presidential hopefuls that have announced or are expected to announce in the coming days and weeks.

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Watch: Presidents Say Goodbye To Letterman

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“Our long national nightmare is over.”

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Watch: Cholene’s ThankList

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Who are you thankful for? See the story of Cholene and Keer, the slave from South Sudan.

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TRNS Interview: South Sudan’s Sole Practicing Psychiatrist

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TRNS speaks with Dr. Atong Ayuei.

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Watch: Democrats Respond To The State Of The Union Address

A mixed response from Democrats.

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Mother Calls Into C-SPAN Show To Berate Arguing Sons

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“Oh God, it’s Mom,” Dallas Woodhouse said.

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Wednesday, August 5

● Texas voter turnout increased with ID law

● SuperPACs evolve into massive money machines

● Call for CNN contributor’s removal

● Invitation to a news junket

● How Navy ships get their names

● Consumer agency sues offshore lender

Report: Yemeni Forces Retake Key Airbase From Rebels

Al-Anad is the largest airbase in Yemen, and was used by the U.S. to launch drone strikes against al-Qaeda before it was overrun by the Houthis back in March.

The World in 2:00 – August 4, 2015

The World in 2:00

Republican presidential contenders use foreign policy proclamations to try and stick out in a crowded field.

Restless Insurrectionist Syndrome Strikes

History is replete with examples showing that insurrectionist ideologically pure candidates usually lose to the establishment candidates.

Obama Meets UN Secretary-General To Discuss Fighting Global Climate Change

Obama met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to talk about the upcoming UN climate conference, the conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Sudan as well as the Iran nuclear deal.

Park Police Confirm Gun Found Near WWII Memorial Shooting

Police barricade areas near the WWII Memorial to scour for evidence following gunshot reports. Photo/William McDonald TRNS

UPDATE at 11:43 PM EST; Two shooting incidences, one in DC has been confirmed and a military base in Mississippi where two men are being questioned by the Highway Patrol.