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Republican candidate Karen Handel's troubled upbringing becomes a topic in the Georgia Senate race.
Cortes: Obama Plans No Immigation Changes For Now
Rev. Luis Cortes speaks outside the White House Tuesday after he and other faith leaders met with President Obama.
Obama Commutes Drug Sentence Due to Typo
Press Secretary Jay Carney talks about President Obama’s decision to commute the sentence of convicted drug dealer Ceasar Cantu of Katy, Texas.
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Menino: 'You Are Strong At This Broken Place'
Tom Menino, who was mayor at the time of the Boston Marathon bombing, tells the audience "our heart aches for those we lost."
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Landrieu Camp: Ad Reenactment Complies With Rules
The campaign says it recreated the scene because Senate Ethics Rules prohibit the use of footage from any government camera in political ads.
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Sink Won't Seek Rematch for Florida House Seat
The Florida Democrat says she won't wage a rematch against Republican Rep. David Jolly in November.
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First Thoughts: Some Good News for Obamacare
A new report from the Congressional Budget Office says that health care premiums are lower than originally expected.
First Read's Morning Clips
A roundup of the most important political stories of the day.
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Got Old Social Security Debts? Here's a Reprieve
The Social Security Administration says it has identified about 400,000 people with old debts. They owe a total of $714 million.
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