Biden and Bernie duke it out on war and peace
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Biden and Bernie duke it out on war and peace

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. | Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Last Saturday in Iowa, the day after an American MQ-9 Reaper dropped its ordnance on Qassem…

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Surging Steyer qualifies for Democratic debate
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Surging Steyer qualifies for Democratic debate

Former South Bend (Ind.) Mayor Pete Buttigieg is a distant fifth at 6 percent, followed by Andrew Yang’s 4 percent. In a second new poll, in South Carolina,…

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Trump to headline campaign rally amid impeachment and Iran crises
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Trump to headline campaign rally amid impeachment and Iran crises

Democrats blame Trump for engaging in a confrontation with Iran as a way to distract from his impeachment. The House voted largely along party lines on Thursday evening…

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House to rein in Trump on Iran
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House to rein in Trump on Iran

“This threat is evolving quickly and at this point I’m not willing to restrict the U.S.’s ability to respond to keep us safe,” Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.), who…

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Bernie emerges as growing threat to Biden
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Bernie emerges as growing threat to Biden

Both in tactics and rhetoric, there are growing signs he takes his rival very seriously — and that he increasingly views Sanders as his most formidable opponent in…

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Trump aims to weaken prime environmental law
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Trump aims to weaken prime environmental law

The White House did not say how soon the proposal would be implemented; it first must go through a 60-day comment period. And expected lawsuits from environmental groups…

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Pelosi not budging on impeachment articles
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Pelosi not budging on impeachment articles

“I’ll send them over when I’m ready,” Pelosi said when pressed again about her timeline. “And that’ll probably be soon.” Pelosi’s comments indicate that the stalemate with McConnell…

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Facebook sticking with policies on politicians’ lies and voter targeting
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Facebook sticking with policies on politicians’ lies and voter targeting

The company’s separate decision not to limit “microtargeting” is probably welcome news to candidates of both parties, who value the ability to tailor messages based on data such…

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The most expensive health care option of all? Do nothing.
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The most expensive health care option of all? Do nothing.

Sen. Bernie Sanders and other single-payer advocates say Medicare for All would cost the government far less — between $20 trillion and $36 trillion over a decade —…

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After ripping up Obama’s Iran playbook, Trump quickly pieces it back together
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After ripping up Obama’s Iran playbook, Trump quickly pieces it back together

President Donald Trump speaks to reporters in the White House following Iranian missile strikes on U.S. military personnel in Iraq. | Win McNamee/Getty Images President Donald Trump started…

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