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'Mad Men' Finale: A Love Letter To Fans Filled With Mostly Happy Endings

AMC's Mad Men ended its seven-season run on Sunday. Fans may have loved how characters' stories were resolved, but critics may question how writers got them there.
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Politics In The News: Republican Presidential Field Gets Crowded

GOP presidential hopefuls converged in Iowa for the Lincoln Day Dinner. More candidates are entering the presidential race, in part, because there is no obvious next-in-line for the GOP nomination.
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4 Questions For Republicans On Foreign Policy

Republicans are critical of President Obama's foreign policy with the rise of the Islamic State militant group and the Iran negotiations. But the GOP faces its own challenges related to world affairs.
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David Letterman's Top 10 Late-Night Memories (Well, Not Really)

No one has been a late-night TV host longer than David Letterman, who retires Wednesday after 33 years. Here's what he told TV Critic Eric Deggans about leaving the Ed Sullivan Theater one last time.
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Police Rethink Tactics Amid New Technologies And Social Pressure

One officer says relations with the public are "about as bad as I've seen," as a take-charge method of policing collides with a more skeptical citizenry that can record and disseminate video anywhere.
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I'm From Philly. 30 Years Later, I'm Still Trying To Make Sense Of The MOVE Bombing

Philadelphia native Gene Demby was 4 years old when city police dropped a bomb on a house of black activists in his hometown. Thirty years later, he's still trying to make sense of it all.
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What It's Like Living On The Block That Philadelphia Bombed 30 Years Ago

Long-time Philly resident Gerald Renfrow wants you to know that there's more to his block than what happened on May 13, 1985.
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A Rust Belt Story Retold, Through Portraits Of The Women Who Lived It

LaToya Ruby Frazier's photography tells the story of the black community living in the shadow of Andrew Carnegie's first steel mill through portraits of her grandmother, her mother and herself.
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NYC Mayor Seeks National Spotlight, New 'Contract With America'

Just two years into his job as mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio is unveiling a progressive "Contract With America" in Washington. But critics back home say it's all too much, too soon.
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Jeb Bush Would Have Authorized Iraq War — Even Knowing What We Know Now

The Bush last name is one of the biggest stumbling blocks to Jeb Bush's becoming president. He says he is his own man, but over the weekend he said he would also have authorized the Iraq War.

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