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Sen. Paul: Phone Records Are Not The Government's Business
Sen. Rand Paul questions whether Americans should be forced to sacrifice personal liberty in order to have more security.
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Oso Proud: Obama Hails Town's Strength After Mudslide
President Barack Obama on Tuesday praised the strength of a small Washington town in mourning after a powerful mudslide took the lives of more than 40 people.
Mayor Who Agreed With Jewish Center Shooter Resigns
The mayor of tiny Marionville, Missouri steps down after comments supporting the viewpoints espoused by accused murderer and white supremacist are made public. KSHB's Garrett Haake reports.
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Arkansas Sen. Boozman Recovering From Surgery
The Arkansas Republican was hospitalized after suffering chest and arm pain.
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Ryan to Face Black Leaders After 'Inner Cities' Flap
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"We want to challenge his assumptions about that and really raise with him a couple of very specific proposals," says CBC member.
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Christie: I'll Never OK Legal Pot in New Jersey
"It’s not inevitable here, I’m not going to permit it, never as long as I’m governor," he says.
SCOTUS Upholds Michigan Ban On Affirmative Action
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Tea Party Test: How Relevant Will They Be in May?
Republican establishment candidates appear to have the edge in looming primary contests.
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