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Following Charges, Calls For Harry Thomas Jr. To Resign

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Several city leaders, including D.C. mayor Vincent Gray, are calling for councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. to resign following charges of theft of public funds and filing a false tax return.

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Spotlight Shines On Late Riser Rick Santorum

Rick Santorum's late rise in the Iowa polls after months in the low single digits has let him skip a lot of scrutiny from the media and his opponents. A look at some of his more noteworthy positions during his years in the U.S. Senate.
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Pentagon Announces New Military Strategy

Thursday, the Pentagon announced its new strategy for dealing with threats around the world. The goal is to use the new blueprint to guide difficult budget choices in the coming years. The new document is released as the U.S. winds down two long wars — in Iraq and Afghanistan — and embarks on a period of defense budget cuts.
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This Tea Party ROCKS! And Wants To Cash In

A Canadian rock band named The Tea Party has owned the domain name TeaParty.com since the early 1990s. Now, with seemingly no shortage of would-be buyers, the band has decided to sell to the highest bidder. Between its traffic numbers and its search value, it could be worth more than a million dollars.
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Gingrich Takes On Romney In N.H.

Newt Gingrich may have placed fourth in Iowa, but he has come out swinging in New Hampshire. Thursday, he took on Mitt Romney, had even harsher words for President Obama — and toned it down a bit on Rick Santorum.
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Romney Takes On Obama Jobs Initiative In S.C.

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney travels to South Carolina. Melissa Block talks to NPR's Ari Shapiro.
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Cordray Discusses His New Position

Robert Siegel speaks with newly appointed director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray.

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