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TSA Under Fire For Allowing Small Knives Onboard

The Transportation Security Administration says starting next month, it's OK to bring small knives aboard passenger jets. The new policy is a result of the agency's shift from focusing on objects that might pose a threat to focusing on people. But many flight attendants, a few airlines and some lawmakers are pushing back against the new policy.
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New York City Hits A New Population Mark, Topping 8.3 Million

New York City's population is at an all-time high, with an estimated 8,336,697 people living in the city, according to the most recent U.S. Census Data. "For the first time since before 1950, more people are coming to New York City than leaving," said Mayor Bloomberg.
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Obama's 'Organizing For Action' Inherited His Campaign's Resources

President Obama spoke Wednesday night to a group of Democratic donors and organizers who attended the first meeting of Organizing for Action. The group is an out growth of his 2008 Obama for America and 2012 Organizing for America.
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Path To Immigration Too Toxic A Topic For Many Republican Politicians

Amid GOP soul-searching over a dismal 2012 election, a consensus has emerged that Republicans must appeal better to Latino voters. The effort has even appeared at the Conservative Political Action Conference, with a panel on immigration reform on Thursday morning.
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Conservative Conference A Parade Of Potential Candidates For 2016

The annual meeting of the Conservative Political Action Conference began on Thursday. The lunchtime speakers were Senators Marco Rubio and Rand Paul.
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Modern Dating Is A Group Sport For The Hashtag Generation

The online dating website Grouper helps single people find love with six-person blind dates. Why? "For a generation of people who grew up with participation trophies, rejection is a hard thing," says CEO Michael Waxman.

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