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Urban Outfitters And The Politics Of Cool

A recent poll confirms that the youngest voters are more likely to support President Obama than Republican Mitt Romney. So when Urban Outfitters unveiled a line of Romney T-shirts, the decision immediately generated a buzz.
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Green Party Pick Gives Democrats Brunt Of Criticism

Massachusetts physician Jill Stein won her party's nomination for president of the United States in Baltimore on Saturday. Stein calls her platform the Green New Deal, and it promises a series of emergency reforms.
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Obama On The Stump In Virginia

President Obama is campaigning in Virginia. He'll be in the suburbs of Richmond and Washington, D.C., Saturday. Friday, the president traveled to the tidewater region of southeastern Virginia, where he continued to make his pitch that he's the best champion for the middle class. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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Bain, Bain, Go Away: In Defense, Romney Attacks

In flurry of rare TV interviews, Mitt Romney denied he had any role in running Bain Capital at a time when, according to reports, the company invested in firms that outsourced jobs overseas.
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'Exhaustion' Can Signify A Lot More Than 'Tired'

Shortly after U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. dropped out of sight, his office said he was suffering from exhaustion. Then, his condition was described as a mood disorder. Those medically imprecise terms have a long and varied political history.
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Romney Makes Media Rounds Defending Bain Record

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney took to the TV networks Friday to rebut news accounts that have questioned his departure date from Bain Capital. Brian Naylor talks to Melissa Block about the unusual round of one-on-one interviews.

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