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Meet The Candidates In The 2012 Ward 4 D.C. Council Race

There are five challengers to incumbent Ward 4 Council woman Muriel Bowser in the 2012 primary, set for April 3.

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Meet The Candidates In the 2012 At-large D.C. Council Race

There are four candidates, including incumbent Vincent Orange, vying for the at-large D.C. Council seat April 3.

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Santorum Seeks Some Reagan Jelly Belly Magic

On the same day that Santorum would be covering himself, figuratively, in Reagan's jelly beans, Romney was scheduled to announce his receipt of the endorsement of the pork-rind lover in chief, George H. W. Bush, the man who was Reagan's vice president and who became the 41st president.
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What Foodies Heard During This Week's Supreme Court Arguments

When the Supreme Court justices talk, they let the food metaphors fly. Food, it turns out, is very handy if you're trying to find easily digestible ways to explain complex legal issues, as the justices proved this week. Here's our quick list of where food showed up in the arguments.
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Friday News Roundup - Domestic

The House of Representatives passed the so-called "Paul Ryan" budget without a single Democrat voting for the bill; Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney received the endorsement of former President George H.W. Bush; and both parties braced for fallout from the Supreme Court hearing arguments on the healthcare law. Ton Elving of NPR, Nia Malika-Henderson of The Washington Post and Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times join Diane for analysis of the week's top national news stories.

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The Politics Hour

The at-large candidates running in D.C.'s Democratic primary join Kojo and Tom Sherwood for a special campaign forum.

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Today On The Campaign Trail: George H.W. Bush To Endorse Romney

The former Massachusetts governor has now gotten the support of most of the Bush family. Former President George W. Bush, though, has not yet weighed in.
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How Collapse Of Health-Care Law Could Help Democrats

The law known as "Obamacare," now in the hands of the Supreme Court, might have become anathema to all Republicans, but the ideas at its heart were meant to be a moderate, practical answer to the pressure for more government involvement.

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