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Republican presidential hopefuls woo conservative vote in Iowa

Potential Republican presidential candidates spoke about their ideas on national issues and their rivals at the Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday in a b...
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Houses passes bill prohibiting federal funding on abortion

The Republican-run Congress has passed a legislation on Thursday that says it prohibits federal funding for abortion.
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White House turns down Obama-Netanyahu meeting in March

President Barack Obama will not meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on March 3, when the Israeli leader will visit the country to speak about Iran'...
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Obama to call for higher taxes in State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama will reveal plans to increase tax for capital gains and wealthy inheritances during his State of the Union address on Tuesday, ...
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Shots fired near VP’s home in Delaware, Bidens out, unharmed from incident

Shots were fired from a speeding car near Vice President Joe Biden's private residence in Wilmington, Delaware on Saturday night but he and his wife w...
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Mitt Romney hints of third presidential bid at GOP meet

Former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney spoke about three principles of any presidential bid before a GOP m...
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DHS enhances security measures in wake of France terror attacks

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has ordered enhanced security of federal buildings and more random checks of plane passengers at airports in...
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Appeals Court Hears Texas Abortion Case

Three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals sharply questions both sides and focuses on the abortion clinics' argument that the law would ...
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California high-speed rail project breaks ground

California Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday led officials in breaking the ground for the controversial $68 billion California high-speed railway project th...
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Obama will use veto power over Keystone XL Pipeline

The Congressional legislation's approval regarding the Keystone XL pipeline is reportedly to be vetoed by United States President Barack Obama.