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8:38 AM - Sunday, April 19, 2015
4/17/2015 - dailykos.com
Teamsters pose last year with other foes of fast-tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty  after presenting a petition of opposition to Sen. Ron Wyden, who is a key backer of TPP. Key congressional Republicans and Democrats have come . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Hunter Schwarz
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said his decision on whether he'll run for president depends on whether he can raise enough money, but he said there's a "91 percent" chance he will."If I can raise the money, I'll do it," he said on "Fox News Sunda . . .
11 hour ago - POLITICO / James Hohmann
"Why the hell did we ever go into Libya in the first place?"
4/17/2015 - Washington Post / Philip Bump
The first people Hillary Clinton ran into on her much-discussed road trip to Iowa weren't expecting to see her. It was a family at a refueling stop somewhere in Pennsylvania. The campaign's Twitter account tweeted a picture of the group in fron . . .
5 hour ago - The Guardian / Rajeev Syal
Opposition says cuts are revealed in official government document envisaging fall of nearly 2,000 in number of full-time NHS nurses over four years Continue reading...
4/17/2015 - The Huffington Post / Michael Mclaughlin
(Corrects last name to Richard in second paragraph) By Scott Malone BOSTON, April 17 (Reuters) - The parents of the boy who was the youngest to die in the attack on the Boston Marathon asked federal prosecutors t . . .
4/18/2015 - Washington Post / Karen Tumulty
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Saint Anselm College has been a required stop on the pilgrimage for presidential aspirants, going at least as far back as John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon more than a half century ago. Read full article >>
19 hour ago - POLITICO / Dylan Byers
When Jill Abramson was enduring the fallout from her firing at The New York Times last year, she relied on her close friend Maureen Dowd for news and updates. "I didn't in real time read what was written about me and losing my job," Abramson t . . .
4/17/2015 - Washington Post / Sari Horwitz
African American and other civil rights leaders infuriated over the stalled confirmation vote on Loretta E. Lynch, the first black woman to be nominated for attorney general, are casting the delay as an issue with racial overtones.Read full art . . .
4/17/2015 - The Huffington Post
WASHINGTON, April 17 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Friday a new trade agreement with Asia that is being negotiated would benefit not just U.S. businesses, but also American workers. Obama said during a news c . . .
3 hour ago - chicago / Hailey Branson
Like all the local legends in this little town, Charlie Hanger has a portrait hanging on the wall of the Kumback Cafe, between the photo of outlaw Pretty Boy Floyd (said to have once eaten the biggest steak in the place) and the state champion . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Melissa Jeltsen
PALERMO, Italy April 19 (Reuters) - As many as 700 people were feared dead after a fishing boat packed with migrants capsized off the Libyan coast overnight, in what may be one of the worst disasters of the Mediterranean migrant crisis, officia . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Gov. Chris Christie’s swing through New Hampshire has the New Jersey Republican taking on the appearance of a 2016 candidate.
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Melissa Jeltsen
CAIRO (AP) — A video released by the Islamic State group on Sunday appears to show the killing of two different groups of captured Ethiopian Christians by the extremist group's Libyan affiliates. The 29-minute online video purports to show m . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Obama vowed to negotiate trade agreements that are good for U.S. businesses and workers while acknowledging many Democratic lawmakers and labor unions would oppose his trade agenda “just on principle.”
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Bump
Jonathan Chait seems fairly convinced that Hillary Clinton is likely to win in 2016, in part because recent polarization (itself partly a function of people voting against parties as much as voting for them) helps the party with a bigger base: . . .
5 hour ago - The Guardian
Fewer migrants attempted crossing before PM and other EU leaders, including Sarkozy, helped destabilise Libya by ousting Gaddafi in 2011, argues Ukip leader Continue reading...
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