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Conservative Group Slammed for Ad Using Obama, Udall Image After Meeting Aurora Shooting Victims


UPDATE: AFP says that it has replaced the image in the spot, calling the original use of the photo "an unfortunate oversight." Their official statement: "The image used was an unfortunate oversight which was immediately corrected as soon as it was pointed out.







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Clinton: Benghazi my 'Biggest Regret' at State Department


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reiterated on Wednesday that the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya was her "biggest regret" as head of the State Department, again addressing what could be one of the toughest questions she'll face if she runs for president.







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AFP Ad Uses Photo of Udall and Obama After Meeting Victims of Aurora Shooting


A helpful reminder for all political TV ad-makers: Don't use an image of tragedies when making an unrelated point.Democrats have seized on a TV ad that the Koch Brothers-backed Americans for Prosperity is airing in Colorado hitting Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) on the health-care law.







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Jeb Bush Continues 2016 Presidential Speculation


Jeb Bush is keeping his name near the top of the list when it comes to potential 2016 presidential contenders.







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Watch Live: Clinton Gives Speech at Women's Conference


Hillary Clinton delivers keynote address at the Simmons College Women's Leadership Conference.








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Arkansas Sen. Boozman Recovering Well After Heart Surgery


Arkansas Sen. John Boozman is recovering well after undergoing heart surgery on Tuesday, his office says.Boozman, 63, was taken to the hospital early Tuesday morning after suffering pain in his chest and shoulder.







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GOP Group Targets Democratic Anti-Keystone Billionaire


By now, you’ve probably seen the Democratic TV ads (here and here) hitting the conservative Koch Brothers for the millions of dollars they’ve been pouring into key Senate contests. But chances are that you might not know that Republicans are now targeting Democratic billionaire Tom Steyer.







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Holder: Don't Look at Me Thinking Racial Inequality Is Over


U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder reacts to a recent Supreme Court ruling that upheld an affirmative action ban at a Michigan college and cautions that there is still a long way to go on racial inequality.








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US Citizen Detained In Cuba 'Not Doing Well'









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Georgia Governor: Gun Bill Protects 'Law Abiding Citizens'


Just before signing a controversial gun bill into law, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal talks about the positive aspects of expanding locations citizens can carry firearms in the state without penalty.








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Holder Chides Supreme Court for Affirmative Action Ruling


Attorney General Eric Holder took a swipe Wednesday at the Supreme Court's decision to uphold Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.







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'That's Some Good Sushi Right There,' Says Obama in Japan


President Barack Obama dines with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the world famous Sukiyabashi Jiro sushi restaurant in Tokyo.








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Raw Power: Obama Dines at World-Famous Tokyo Sushi Restaurant


President Barack Obama landed in Tokyo this morning – and he’s already hit up one of the most famous sushi restaurants on the planet.







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Obama Lands Table at World's Most Exclusive Sushi Restaurant in Tokyo


President Barack Obama grabbed dinner at one of the world's most exclusive restaurants while visiting Tokyo on Wednesday.Sukiyabashi Jiro has no set menu and meals typically last 15 to 20 minutes - but 20 pieces of sushi will set you back 30,000 Japanese yen (about $300).







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Southern Democrats Hang In There


Hanging in thereAfter a rough last four or five months for their party, Democrats can feel good about this important midterm development: The vulnerable Southern Senate Democrats are still hanging in there, according to new polling from the New York Times and the Kaiser Family Foundation.







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First Read's Morning Clips


OBAMA AGENDA: Distractions in AsiaDisasters at home and abroad are complicating President Barack Obama's long-delayed Asia trip, writes the New York Times.







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The Week Ahead: Obama Heads to a Tense Korea


Obama begins a week-long trip Asia, Biden heads to Ukraine and its election day in Florida.








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Keystone Protesters Flood DC Streets


A group of demonstrators descend on Washington, D.C., on Tuesday asking President Obama not to approve the Keystone Pipeline.


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Sen. Paul: Phone Records Are Not The Government's Business


Sen. Rand Paul questions whether Americans should be forced to sacrifice personal liberty in order to have more security.


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Obama Praises Town's Strength Following Deadly Mudslide


President Barack Obama on Tuesday praised the strength of a small Washington town in mourning after a powerful mudslide took the lives of more than three dozen people, pledging that the entire country “will be there as long as it takes” for the community to recover.

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