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'That's Some Good Sushi Right There,' Says Obama in Japan
President Barack Obama dines with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the world famous Sukiyabashi Jiro sushi restaurant in Tokyo.
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Raw Power: Obama Dines at Famous Sushi Restaurant
Obama has already hit up one of the most critically acclaimed sushi restaurants on the planet.
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Southern Democrats Put Up a Fight For Midterms
So far, new numbers show that Republicans winning the Senate in November (or December) is far from a sure thing.
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A roundup of the most important political stories of the day.
Pipeline Protest: Keystone Opponents Flood DC
A group of demonstrators descend on Washington, D.C., on Tuesday asking President Obama not to approve the Keystone Pipeline.
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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