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Senate Fails to Override Obama's Keystone XL Veto

As expected, proponents of the project were not able to reach the veto-override threshold of 67 votes.

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Supreme Court Surprises During Obamacare Arguments

Pete Williams breaks down the surprising role that Chief Justice Roberts played during the second appearance of the healthcare before the Supreme Court.

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Public Says Government Has Done Little for Middle Class Since Recession

More than seven in ten Americans say that the government's economic policies have done little or nothing to help middle class people.

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Ben Carson: Being Gay Is 'Absolutely' a Choice

"A lot of people who go into prison go into prison straight, and when they come out, they're gay," the presidential hopeful said on CNN.

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Jeb Bush Owned Personal Email Server He Used as Governor

The server was housed in a state-owned office building during the years that Bush served as Florida's governor, from 1999 until early 2007.

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The Stakes for Today's Supreme Court Argument Are Sky-High

It could produce a mad political scramble (in DC and state capitals) to pick up the pieces for Americans who'll have to pay higher health care costs.

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Rahm Emanuel in New Ad: 'I Can Rub People the Wrong Way'

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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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Kerry to Visit Saudi Arabia Amid Concern Over Iran Talks

John Kerry was heading to Saudi Arabia Wednesday to ease Gulf concerns about an emerging Iran nuclear deal and to discuss ways to calm troubled Yemen.

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Clinton Dodges Email Scandal, Hints at Presidential Run

Hillary Clinton continued to tease the prospects of her 2016 presidential run in during her speech at the Emily's List 30th Anniversary Gala.

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Lindsey Graham Apologizes for Pelosi 'Surgeries' Comment

Graham said the comment was "a poor attempt at humor."

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Hillary Clinton's Personal Email Use Differed From Other Top Officials

Aides to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and former President George W. Bush said neither official routinely sent e-mails to staffers.

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Netanyahu: Nuke Deal 'Paves Iran's Path to the Bomb'

President Obama criticized Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for offering no "viable alternatives" to negotiations with Iran in his speech.

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Ex-CIA Chief to Plead Guilty to Mishandling Classified Info

Prosecutors will recommend two years of probation and a fine for turning over "black books" that contained sensitive information to a biographer.

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Majority Backs Congressional Fix If Court Nixes Obamacare Subsidies

Fifty-four percent say that, if the court guts the subsidies, Congress should ensure that people in all states are able to receive the federal aid.

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Congress Passes Homeland Security Funding Without Fight

Congress has passed legislation that will fund the Department of Homeland Security without touching President Obama's immigration actions

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Why Presidential Candidates Haven't Yet Announced

A litany of candidates haven't taken the dive because then they would be confined to the rules and regulations imposed on presidential candidates.

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Pelosi 'Near Tears' During Netanyahu Speech

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks about her reaction to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress.

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Lawyer Speaks of Snowden's Desire to Return to USA

Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena speaks of Snowden's legal issues

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Woman Who Threw Shoe at Clinton Gets 1-Year Probation

Alison Ernst was sentenced to a year of probation on Monday, after throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton during a Las Vegas speech last April.



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