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Days Before Primary, N.H. Restaurant Bans Presidential Candidates

"No politicians, no exceptions" reads a sign in front of Colby's Breakfast & Lunch in Portsmouth, N.H. The move, an employee says, is in response to complaints from customers.
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U.S. Reconsiders Egypt Aid After NGOs Raided

There are calls on Capitol Hill to scale back U.S. military aid to Egypt. Congress is furious over Egyptian raids on American democracy promotion groups, and some lawmakers accuse the Obama administration of being too timid in its response. As NPR's Michele Kelemen reports, several U.S.-funded, non-governmental groups have had their offices in Cairo shuttered for more than a week.
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Political Tourists Make N.H. Their Vacation Spot

With so much campaigning compressed into one small state, New Hampshire is nirvana this week for fans of primary politics. NPR's Greg Allen ran into three self-professed "political junkies" from Baltimore who make a pilgrimage to the Granite State every four years to see the candidates up close and immerse themselves in the nominating process.
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On The (Political) Ground In New Hampshire

New Hampshire Republican Congressman Frank Guinta is a veteran of New Hampshire politics. The former state representative and mayor of Manchester gives host Rachel Martin a sense of the state's mood just two days before the primary.
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Candidates Turn Against All But One At Debate

There were lots of attacks and counter-attacks at the Republican candidates debate in New Hampshire Saturday night. Mostly the candidates fought among themselves, while front-runner Mitt Romney stuck to his talking points on President Obama. Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mara Liasson about the takeaways from the event.
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Cuccinelli-Bolling Relationship Gets Even More Complicated

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli currently finds himself in the somewhat strange position of defending his chief rival, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, for the governor's seat in court.
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Critics Want Stronger Ethics Guidelines For Supreme Court

Critics say the Supreme Court justices need stronger ethics guidelines, and some are pushing to allow retired justices to substitute when current justices sit a case out.

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