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Obama travels to Asia, and Rand Paul battles for the Republican Party's future.
Talks on Ukraine, Obama on the offensive and political fundraising surge
Sebelius steps down, pay inequality, political dynasties and the Civil Rights Act
The Supreme Court rejected the overall limits on how much individuals can donate
Obama admonishes Putin, the Pope & the President, SCOTUS, Health Care Enrollment Surge
Obama's foreign policy strategy with Russia and rallying the base for midterm elections
Scott Brown to run in New Hampshire, Kerry and Lavrov's marathon meeting
Ukraine, Russia, Obama, Kerry, Putin, Crimea, Lavrov, Florida, Republican, GOP
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Medicare Payouts to Doctors & HHS Nominee Sylvia Mathews Burwell's Background
Feinstein wages battle with the CIA. Plus the Koch brothers' influence on the GOP.
Can same-sex couples get coverage together under the Affordable Care Act?
How many members of Congress returned pay earned during the government shutdown?
Shifting focus to the state house politics and an update on Iran's nuclear program.
Which Congressional incumbents are facing an uphill reelection battle?
The Latest Developments for Chris Christie in Bridge Shutdown Investigations
A wave of retirements in Congress and the ongoing debate between security and privacy
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