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In a speech this week, the president defended his record but also restated the ideals he ran on in 2008.
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The junior Senator from Vermont explains his concerns about the Senate immigration reform bill.
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John H. Thompson is the head of a private-sector research group with ties to the University of Chicago.
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President’s plan to shutter the military detention center in Cuba sets stage for a new political battle.
Canada and Mexico say rules will unfairly hurt their livestock trade with the United States.
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Teacher raises and more mental health professionals are included in the plan.
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