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Clinton won't answer Keystone pipeline question

Hillary Clinton on Tuesday declined to say whether she supported the Keystone XL pipeline expansion, telling a New Hampshire voter that if the matter is still undecided by the time she becomes president, she will give him an answer then.

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Trump distances himself from top aide's for rape comment

Donald Trump distanced himself Tuesday from comments made by one of his top adviser in an explosive interview while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a decades-old rape accusation.

Michael Cohen, special counsel to Trump and an exec...

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Boehner to limit access to Pope's speech

Fearing an overcapacity crowd, House Speaker John Boehner is cracking down on access to the House chamber for Pope Francis' speech to a joint meeting of Congress in September -- and he doesn't want former members of Congress showing up.

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Obama: I could win 3rd term if I ran again

President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he could win a third term in office if he ran again but that he is barred by the Constitution.

"I actually think I'm a pretty good President. I think if I ran, I could win. But I can't," Obama ad-libbed during ...

Legal maneuvers continue in redistricting cases

As a Leon County judge finalized the dates for a hearing on a third draft of Florida's congressional districts, a key lawmaker Monday refused to rule out the possibility of continuing the legal fight over the map, this time in federal court.

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Majority wants Congress to reject Iran deal

A majority of Americans want Congress to reject the recently-negotiated nuclear deal with Iran, even as President Barack Obama's approval rating continues to stand in net-positive territory for the second month in a row, according to a new CNN/ORC po...

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Price tag for fighting ISIS now at $3.2 billion

The cost of U.S. military operations against ISIS now tops $3.2 billion -- a tab of $9.4 million per day, according to Pentagon estimates.

The bulk of those expenses are daily flying operations by the Air Force. Those flights have accounted for 53% of...

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Militarized AI arms race almost certain, says Hawking, others

A group of concerned scientists, researchers and academics, including Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, have warned that a military artificial intelligence arms race could soon develop if preventative measures are not taken.

A global arms race is "virtua...

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Trump sells Manhattan penthouse for $21 million

Donald Trump has sold a Manhattan penthouse for a cool $21 million.

The presidential candidate unloaded his 24th floor place in the Trump Park Avenue building in New York. The 6,200-square-foot unit, number 24, takes up an entire floor and has five b...

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Huckabee's '07 Iran comments show about-face

Before accusing President Barack Obama of marching Israelis "to the door of the oven" by reaching a nuclear deal with Iran, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee called for increased diplomatic engagement with Iran eight years ago.

During his first campa...

Stewart left speechless over Huckabee comments

Jon Stewart is one of TV's most outspoken media critics, but at one point during Monday's "Daily Show" the host literally had nothing to say.

During the second segment on the "Daily Show," Stewart reacted to Mike Huckabee's controversial comments comp...

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Bush lays out immigration plan to Telemundo

Jeb Bush told Telemundo he wants a pathway to legal status for all 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.

The former Florida governor granted his first Spanish-language interview as a presidential candidate to Telemundo Monday evenin...

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O'Malley goes after Clinton in Wall Street slam

Martin O'Malley did something new on Monday: He used Hillary Clinton's name to knock the Democratic frontrunner.

During an interview with Concord New Radio in New Hampshire, O'Malley hit Clinton for what he called "long-established and well known" tie...

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Election 2015/2016 Interactives

  • Who's running and who could run in 2016?

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    Ohio Gov. Jon Kasich is the latest to announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president, entering the race on Tuesday. See who else is running and who some of the other possible presidential candidates are.

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  • Plans, priorities: Curry's budget proposal

    Mayor Lenny Curry leaps in with both feet as he makes his formal budget proposal to City Council. We spend some one-on-one time with him to understand more about his plans and priorities. Also, City Council members react and we have a former City Hall insider Rick Mullaney talking through the details. Then, Congressman Ted Yoho makes his opinion on the nuclear deal with Iran very clear.

  • UNCUT: Lenny Curry's budget address

    Jacksonville's new mayor lays out his proposed $1.14 billion budget to City Council.

  • UNCUT: Mayor discusses his 2015-2016

    Mayor Lenny Curry sits down with reporters after presenting his budget for the coming year to City Council.

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