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Millions To Be Eligible For Overtime Under New Obama Administration Rule

Starting Dec. 1, employees earning less than about $47,000 a year will qualify for overtime when they work more than 40 hours a week. The move will affect more than 4 million workers.
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Sanders Wins Oregon; Clinton Appears To Eke Out A Victory In Kentucky

The split in Tuesday night's close Democratic primaries leaves the state of the race — and Hillary Clinton's pledged-delegate lead — relatively unchanged with few contests left to go.
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Bernie Sanders Defends Supporters After Rowdy Protests In Nevada

Trailing Hillary Clinton in the delegate race, Bernie Sanders says the Nevada state party treated him unfairly, and he denies that his supporters incited violence and leveled threats toward officials.
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Older Voters To Candidates: Don't Forget About Us

Voters age 65 and older make up more than a fifth of the electorate, but they're not hearing the presidential candidates talk about the issues that matter most to them.
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Can Trump Turn Pennsylvania's Disaffected Democrats Into Believers By November?

Donald Trump argues his route to the White House runs through traditionally Democratic states such as Pennsylvania. But it's not clear the Keystone State will make that large an impact this fall.
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North Carolina Philanthropist To Support GOP Without Backing Donald Trump

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Art Pope, the North Carolinian philanthropist and CEO of Variety Wholesalers, about how he plans to support the Republican Party without backing the party's de facto nominee, Donald Trump.
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Democrats Go To Polls In Kentucky, Oregon Primaries

As the Democratic race goes on, voters in Kentucky and Oregon have their say in primaries Tuesday. Both states could be favorable for Sen. Bernie Sanders to extend a win streak against Hillary Clinton.
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4 Things To Know About Hillary Clinton's Approach To Foreign Policy

As secretary of state under President Obama, Hillary Clinton has a long foreign policy record. She is hawkish compared to other Democrats, but also knows the political price of military intervention.
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When It Comes To Economic Election Prediction Models, It's A Mixed Bag

Under a Moody's model, Hillary Clinton beats Donald Trump. The oldest model picks the GOP nominee to win, though it may be proved wrong, its creator says, because Trump is so outside the mainstream.
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Despite Dismal Odds, Bernie Sanders Supporters Keep On Fighting

Bernie Sanders supporters are pulling out all the stops in California, hoping a win there might take him further down what continues to be a very narrow path to the Democratic presidential nomination. But even some of his strongest supporters admit, he probably won't be the nominee. But that doesn't mean they won't keep fighting for Sanders, as long as they possibly can.

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