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With Eye On November, Romney To Expand Campaign

Now that he's all but certain to be the Republican challenging President Obama in November, Mitt Romney has begun to bulk up his operations. The president's campaign is already well-staffed and spread across the map, so it's become a game of catch-up for Romney.
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Romney, Obama Hold Dueling Events In Key States

Some new national polls show the presidential race is now a dead heat. Others suggest President Obama has a narrow lead, and still others find public opinion favoring Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Mara Liasson talks to Audie Cornish about the race and other political news.
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Struggle In Congress To Re-Up Domestic Violence Act

Both the White House and a number of female senators are pushing for a reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, which is set to expire this year.
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Virginia House Votes To Override Veto On Out-Of-State Registration Penalty

Virginia's GOP-controlled House of Delegates voted 64-31 Wednesday to override Governor Bob McDonnell's veto of a bill that would raise the license penalty for residents with out-of-state plates.

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Ambassador Henry Crumpton: "The Art of Intelligence: Lessons from a Life in the CIA's Clandestine Service"

Ambassador Henry Crumpton was an operations officer in the CIA's Clandestine Service for 24 years. In a new book titled "The Art of Intelligence," he describes what it means to be an honorable spy in war and peace.

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Maryland Property Taxes Unmoved, At Least For Now

Maryland has decided to keep the property tax rate where it is for now, but officials warn that debt service obligations will likely force the state's hand in the next several years.

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What Their Bases Want From Obama And Romney

Guest Political Junkie Matt Bai of The New York Times and Andy Stern, former president of the Service Employees International Union, talk about the state of the Democratic and Republican bases and what voters on each side are looking for in their candidates in the months ahead.

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