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Caroline Kennedy Wants to See Hillary Run in 2016
America’s new ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy, said in an interview with NBC News’ Chuck Todd that she can foresee supporting Hillary Clinton.
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Kerry: We Are Ready To Act Against Russia
Secretary of State John Kerry says some of the same agents and forces Russia used in Crimea are being used to destabilizing the government in Ukraine.
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High Court: Ex-Justice Backs Legalized Marijuana
Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens said the time has come for the federal government to allow American adults to possess pot.
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Politician Too Sick for Corruption Probe Dies
Former state Sen. Raphael Musto died Thursday in Pennsylvania after a long illness, leaving pending corruption charges against him unresolved.
Kerry Concedes Mideast Peace at 'Difficult Point'
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reacts to news that Israel is calling off peace talks with the Palestinians.
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Cheers! Obama Dines With Japanese Emperor
State dinner held in president's honor at Tokyo's Imperial Palace.
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Rancher Explains: Slavery Comment Just 'Wondering'
Cliven Bundy says he was simply “wondering” about whether black Americans were “happier” under slavery than under dependence to the government.
Demonstrators Take a Dip to Protest Pipeline
Opponents of the Keystone Pipeline proposal hold a demonstration at the Lincoln Memorial Thursday in Washington, D.C.
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