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What Made Justice Antonin Scalia Great

  Monday February 15, 2016 – Since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, liberals as well as conservatives have appropriately paid tribute to his legacy as one of the most influential justices of the twentieth century. Commentators have noted Justice Elena Kagan’s generous tribute when she was Dean of Harvard Law School. “His views on textualism and originalism, his views on ...

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NATO Agrees to New Russian Deterrent to Avoid Cold War Footing

  Wednesday February 10, 2016 –  NATO is ready to agree on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack in the Baltics or eastern Europe, setting out ways to rapidly deploy air, naval and ground forces without resorting to Cold War-era military bases. In an effort to dissuade Moscow after its 2014 annexation of Crimea, NATO ...

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Trump, Sanders Win in New Hampshire

  Wednesday February 10, 2016 – Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders scored decisive victories in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary – as Ohio Gov. John Kasich surged into a second-place finish and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was fighting to stay in the race with Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush for third. After months of campaigning in the snow, the battle ...

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Obama Sends Congress Record $4.1 Trillion Spending Plan for 2017

  Tuesday February 09, 2016 – President Barack Obama sent Congress his eighth and final budget on Tuesday, proposing to spend a record $4.1 trillion on a number of initiatives, from a new war on cancer to combating global warming to fighting growing threats from Islamic State militants. The new spending plan, for the budget year that begins Oct. 1 ...

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Big Day in New Hampshire

Tuesday February 09, 2016 -New Hampshire voters will make their choice for president in the first-in-the-nation primary contest that polls suggest could deliver victory to a pair of outsider candidates, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders. Polls opened across most of the Granite state at 8 a.m. ET, though a trickle of voters made it to the polls in ...

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New Poll in New Hampshire Shows Trump With Substantial Lead at 31%

Monday February 08, 2016 -On the eve of New Hampshire’s presidential primaries, a new CNN Poll of Polls finds both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are holding on to substantial leads in their respective races, but each faces an opponent whose support is on the rise. Trump tops the GOP field with 31%, well ahead of Marco Rubio’s 15%. Rubio ...

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5 Questions Answered About The Investigation Into Hillary’s Email

  Saturday February 06, 2016 – The decision by Hillary Clinton to use a private email server as secretary of state has spawned an FBI investigation, multiple congressional inquiries and dozens of private lawsuits that demand copies of her messages. It’s also become an issue in her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. Republicans on the campaign trail have raised the ...

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