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Landrieu Stands By Race, Gender Comment: 'Everyone Knows This Is The Truth'


Says South "has not always been the friendliest or easiest place for African Americans to advance"






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Being a Pop Star Can Take Up To 25 Years Off Your Life


A new study shows pop stars die 25 years earlier than the average American. 12,000 musicians from different genres who died since 1950 were examined for this study.






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Party Game: Can You Tell the Dems From the Republicans?


Despite major differences, members of both parties sometimes seem more alike than you might think when it comes to some major issues.






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Mid-Term Election Showdown


A new NBC/WSJ poll as voters decide key Senate and Governor's races, President Obama pleads Democrat’s case one last time and Chris Christie’s viral video sensation.






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Chuck Todd: Takeaways From 'Meet the Voters' - Louisiana Edition


We spoke with voters to better understand what issues will decide this unusual “jungle primary” -- and its possible runoff in December.






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Louisiana Dem: Race a Source of Obama's Woes in South


“It's been a difficult time for the president to present himself in a very positive light as a leader," she said of the president.






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Louisiana Points to Realignment for Democratic Party


Meet The Voters: Chuck wraps up his cross-country road trip with a visit to the Bayou, where he finds Democrats preparing to move back towards the party of the Clintons.
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Is D.C. Out of Touch -- Even When It's Just Binge-Watching on the Couch?


Facebook handed over lists of the television shows that are disproportionately liked by those in seven key Senate race states -- and Washington D.C.






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What Tuesday's Electorate PROBABLY Will Look Like


Two of the biggest questions heading into Election Day are: “What will the electorate look like?” And: “How will these voters break?” Here's a pretty good indicator.






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Watch Live: President Obama Makes Remarks on the Economy - 11a ET


President Obama makes remarks on the economy at Rhode Island College, Providence.






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Exhausted by Partisanship? The Candidates Hear You


Candidates are trying to talk to voters exhausted by polarization and partisanship -- even if these same candidates have contributed to it.






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Where Was Chuck: Louisiana Edition


Highlights from Chuck Todd's Meet the Voters road trip stop in Louisiana with Senator Mary Landrieu, and challenger Col. Rob Maness.






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First Read's Morning Clips


A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day






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Maness: Cassidy Would Be 'Weaker Opponent' Against Landrieu in Runoff


Maness also cited Cassidy’s agreement with the statement that health care is a “fundamental right” as a reason for conservatives to oppose him.
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Former Gov. Bob McDonnell Wants New Trial Over Jury Issues


Lawyers for former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell say he should get a new trial on corruption charges.
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GOP Gains Momentum Just Before Midterm Elections


Republican momentum appears to be increasing ahead of next week's elections, which could result in a shift of power in the Senate. Steve Handelsman reports.






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Chris Christie Says Verbal Lashing 'Another Day at the Ranch'


It was “just another day at the ranch” when New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie shouted down a heckler disrupting an event marking the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy on Wednesday.






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Landrieu's challenge: Turn Out the Black Vote


The fate of Louisiana's election may hinge on whether incumbent Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu can bridge the Bayou State’s racial divide.






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Make the Case: Which Party Will Control the Senate?


In this episode of Make the Case, representatives of the Democratic and Republican parties debate what's at stake in the upcoming midterm elections.
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Colorado Candidates to Hold Spanish Debate


It’s one of the most contentious – and expensive - Congressional races in the country.






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