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Romney Praises Bill Clinton As New Democrat, Bashes Obama As Old One

In a speech in Lansing, Mich. in which he talked up his approach to the economy while disparaging President Obama's, Mitt Romney gave Bill Clinton a surprising rhetorical embrace considering the thought of the 42nd president still causes many Republicans' blood pressure to rise.
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Why Does Diversity In Banking Matter?

Stuart Ishimaru has a tough task ahead of him. He's responsible for measuring diversity in the financial world, as the new head of the Office of Women and Minority Inclusion, in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Host Michel Martin speaks with Ishimaru about why promoting diversity in banking and other financial institutions matters.
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Kaine, Allen Deadlocked In Virginia's U.S. Senate Race

Former Virginia governors Tim Kaine (D) and George Allen (R) are neck and neck in the race for the U.S. Senate.

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When The Political Becomes Very Personal

The debate over same-sex marriage continues to heat up across the country. Vice President Joe Biden made headlines by suggesting he supports same-sex marriage. Host Michel Martin discusses the personal side of the debate with Zach Wahls, a gay-rights advocate and author of My Two Moms: Lessons of Love, Strength and What Makes a Family.
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Why Does Diversity In Banking Matter?

Stuart Ishimaru has a tough task ahead of him. He's responsible for measuring diversity in the financial world, as the new head of the Office of Women and Minority Inclusion, in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Host Michel Martin speaks with Ishimaru about why promoting diversity in banking and other financial institutions matters.
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Americans Remain Split On Same-Sex Marriage, Gallup Poll Signals

While support has risen since the mid-1990s and opposition has declined, for the past two years the split has been close to 50-50.
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Voters Tuesday To Decide Lugar's Fate, Walker's Wisconsin Recall Opponent

Voters in Indiana, Wisconsin and North Carolina on Tuesday will decide the outcome of battles many see as proxy wars going into the fall elections. Indiana Republicans will determine the fate of six-term Sen. Richard Lugar, 80, a respected legislator who has run afoul of Tea Party activists.
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Santorum Endorses Romney

They don't agree on everything, but they do agree that they want to defeat President Obama, Santorum says of his former rival for the Republican presidential nomination.

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