Mayor Quits After Cheerleader Car Crash

October 21, 2014
Mayor Quits After Cheerleader Car Crash

A California mayor resigned Monday following last week’s a car crash that seriously injured four cheerleaders. Alan Long stepped down from his post as mayor of Murietta after being arrested on suspicion of injuring four high-school students while driving under the influence. Long failed multiple sobriety field tests after his car hit the rear...
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MSNBC: Latinos Leaning Left In New Poll [VIDEO]

October 20, 2014
MSNBC Latinos Leaning Left In New Poll VIDEO

MSNBC: Latinos Leaning Left In New Poll : Latino Decisions’ Matt Barreto talks about new national poll numbers that show Democrats have an advantage among Latino voters come 2016. Janet Murguía and Frank Sharry also join the conversation.
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[VIDEO] Mary Burke’s “Scott Walker giving you pizza” ad so good that critics are arguing over the toppings

October 20, 2014
Mary Burkes Scott Walker giving you pizza

Democrat Mary Burke’s campaign for Wisconsin governor has been running an extremely effective TV ad lately and it’s about pizza. Actually, it’s about Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s overly ballyhooed income-tax cuts. The Burke ad correctly notes that under Walkernomics, “average” Wisconsin taxpayers will get $11 per month in relief on their state income tax...
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President Obama casts his early ballot in Illinois

October 20, 2014
President Obama casts his early ballot in Illinois

President Obama cast his early ballot today in Illinois. PO-41MO President Barack Obama is home to cast his ballot Monday, the day early voting begins in Illinois, and he isn’t afraid to reveal whom he’s casting his ballot for. At an event Sunday night for Gov. Pat Quinn of Illinois, a fired up Obama...
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U.S. court rules Texas should use voter identification in election

October 15, 2014
U.S. court rules Texas should use voter identification in election

A U.S. appeals court ruled on Tuesday that Texas should require photo voter identification in this year’s general election, overturning an earlier ruling. The law originally passed in 2011 and took effect last year, but last week a judge ruled that the law had a discriminatory effect against Hispanics and African-Americans and created ‘an...
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White House Knew Secret Service Scandal

October 9, 2014
White House Knew Secret Service Scandal

New details from government documents and interviews show that senior White House aides were given information at the time of the 2012 Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia suggesting that a prostitute was an overnight guest in the hotel room of a presidential advance-team member, but that the information was never thoroughly investigated or...
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Clay Aiken And Renee Ellmers Congressional Debate

October 7, 2014
Clay Aiken And Renee Ellmers Congressional Debate

Democratic challenger CLAY AIKEN, the American Idol runner-up, and Congresswoman RENEE ELLMERS leave the stage after their first North Carolina 2nd Congressional District debate. Polling has shown Ellmers leading in the race in a district that was redrawn by the state ligislature in 2011 to favor Republicans. The debate was taped live before an...
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Supreme Court denies review of same-sex marriage cases

October 6, 2014
Supreme Court denies review of same-sex marriage cases

The US Supreme Court on Monday denied to review gay marriage appeals from Indiana, Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wisconsin. By rejecting these appeals, lower court rulings that struck down same-sex marriage bans in these states will stand.
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Chelsea Clinton welcomes baby girl

September 29, 2014
Chelsea Clinton welcomes baby girl

Bill and Hillary Clinton have become grandparents for the first time with the arrival of Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, born Friday to daughter Chelsea and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky.
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Obama calls on world leaders to help dismantle Islamic State

September 25, 2014
Obama calls on world leaders to help dismantle Islamic State

President Barack Obama on Wednesday sought to rally the world and especially Muslim countries to join the American fight against ISIS militants — a “network of death” that he said must be destroyed. Speaking at the United Nations, two days after the United States escalated its campaign against the militants with a barrage of...
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Airstrikes Against Islamic State Launched in Syria [VIDEO]

September 23, 2014
Airstrikes Against Islamic State Launched in Syria

The U.S. and five Middle Eastern allies launched airstrikes on Islamic State on Monday night. The targets included buildings used as IS supply depots. WSJ’s Mark Kelly reports.
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Obama and Biden to launch campaign against sexual violence on college campuses

September 19, 2014
Obama and Biden to launch campaign against sexual violence on college campuses

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are launching a public awareness and education campaign aimed at preventing sexual violence on college campuses. The campaign, called “It’s On Us,” will be aimed at changing the culture by inspiring every person on a college campus to take action, big or small, to prevent sexual...
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