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Watch: Shaker Heights Reunion

The event features TRNS Bureau Chief Ellen Ratner, former Ohio Lt. Governor Lee Fisher and Federal Judge Dan Polster.

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VIDEO/PHOTO: Gaza & Israel supporters clash during NYC protest

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Pro-Palestine protesters march from Times Square to the Israeli Consulate in New York.

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ANALYSIS: The Impact of the MH17 Crash on Pro-Russian Separatists

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UN Bureau Chief Luke Vargas assesses the road ahead in Eastern Ukraine after the Security Council demands international access to the crash site.

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WATCH: Hobby Lobby Ruling Draws Demonstrators

Monday’s high-profile ruling on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby drew activists from both sides of the aisle.

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Pelosi On Awkward Bipartisan Moment: “What’s There To Think?”

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“Maybe they were being pulled too tightly,” Pelosi quipped.

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Gen. Wesley Clark: Iraq An Opportunity To Reaffirm U.S. Power

Watch Nicole Sandler, a progressive figure, push back and listen to Clark’s response below.

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WATCH: LGBTQ Activists, Dreamers Take Deportation Fight to White House

The activists sat in a circle, held hands, and chanted “undocumented and unafraid, queer and not ashamed.”

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Twelve Arrested At White House For Protesting Deportations

6,000 letters from children with mixed status families ready to be delivered to House Republicans

Immigration reform and Anti-Deportation activists held a rally at the White House today to pressure the Obama administration.

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Senator Stages Congressional Scenes For Campaign Video

Republicans are calling on Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) to issue a clarification.

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WATCH: Sebelius Announces That She Is Stepping Down

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Sebelius called her work on the Affordable Care Act the “cause of my life.”

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Education Dept. Announces New Teacher Prep. Evaluation System

The new regulations require states to move towards outcomes rather than inputs, such as new teacher employment, as well as surveys on effective preparation, student learning outcomes

Feature: Arab Spring Culminates in Tunisian Presidential Election

A woman inks her finger before casting her vote in Tunisia's presidential election. November 23, 2014. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

Tunisians voted to elect a new president on Sunday, bringing full circle the democratic aspirations first articulated in the Arab Spring revolutions of 2011.

Gov. Nixon Issues Additional National Guard Troops to Ferguson

National Guard presence will be upped from 700 troops on Monday to 2,200 on Tuesday – roughly a tenth of Ferguson’s population.

Pentagon Refutes Claims of “Bad Blood” Between Hagel and White House

Even as Defense Sec. Hagel’s resignation was met with claims that he was pushed out. Pentagon Press Secretary, Rear Adm. Kirby, said this is false.

CDC: One Third Of HIV Infections Getting Treated

About 20 percent of those that do not have HIV under control are unaware that they have the virus, according to a CDC report.