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Father Of Slain San Francisco Woman Testifies Before Congress

Senators heard emotional testimony Tuesday from the father of a San Francisco woman allegedly killed by a man who entered the U.S. illegally and had been deported five times. Her case has drawn scrutiny to so-called sanctuary cities.
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Donald Trump Shows No Signs Of Backing Down After McCain Comments

Trump delivered a bombastic speech to an enthusiastic crowd in South Carolina Tuesday in his first campaign appearance since criticizing Sen. John McCain's war record.
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Americans Seek Compensation For Assets Lost In Cuban Revolution

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Richard Feinberg, a professor at the University of California, San Diego, and a Brookings Institution fellow, about the unsolved claims after the revolution.
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Obama Calls For More Veterans Affairs Spending At VFW Convention

President Obama addressed the Veterans of Foreign Wars convention in Pittsburgh Tuesday, pushing for increased spending at the VA, as the department is locked in an impasse with Congress over how to address a budget shortfall.
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The Best Insults Of Donald Trump's Latest Campaign Speech

Trump's kickoff speech in South Carolina was chock full of vitriol, with the added bonus of giving out the phone number of a sitting U.S. senator.
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The Private World Of The White House

Former White House reporter Kate Andersen Brower joins us to share stories she gathered from the White House's most private employees -- the domestic staff.

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Massive Government Security Breach

A massive security breach of government computer systems was found to have exposed the personal information of 21 million people, including sensitive information collected in background checks. We explore the implications and needed security fixes.

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Rumors Of The Donald's Demise May Be Greatly Exaggerated (Or At Least Premature)

Donald Trump surely broke the rules this past weekend, but he never agreed to play by any other than his own. And this has already proved appealing, even compelling, to millions of Americans.
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Selling The Iran Deal At Home And Abroad

President Barack Obama begins a 60-day campaign to sell the Iran nuclear deal — to officials as well as the American public. We take a closer look at efforts to address objections from Congress and the concerns of key allies like Israel and Saudi Arabia.

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5 Things You Should Know About John Kasich

Despite leading one of the most critical general election swing states, the Ohio governor faces long odds at winning the GOP presidential nomination.

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