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The Senate leader has gone from admiring Henry Clay to packing the courts to guaranteeing the acquittal of a president caught cheating ahead of an election.
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The Tennessee lawmaker said he's going to vote to acquit the president anyway.
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The president “lies about everything: his fake hair, his obesity, and his spray-on tan,” a spokeswoman for the Bloomberg campaign said.

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President Trump retweeted media reports that seemed to confirm the Jan. 25 strike killed top al Qaeda leader Qassim al-Rimi.
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There's been a long-running war over potatoes in federal programs.
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State Rep. Rodney Garcia told a reporter that socialists should get the same punishment as enemies of war.
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"I could be the first presidential candidate to run and make money on it,” Trump once told Fortune magazine.
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At least one Iowan interviewed reportedly wasn't read the full list of candidates.
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The "State Of The Union" host thanked Pete Buttigieg for appearing on the show before taking a jab at the former vice president.
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A top National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration official called the president's behavior “crazy.”
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The wealthiest have an astounding amount of dough, as demonstrated in this clever dessert demonstration.
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The presidential hopeful maintains that he is the most electable person to run against President Donald Trump.
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"I allowed my disappointment with Secretary Clinton’s latest comments about Senator Sanders and his supporters get the best of me," the representative said.
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The billionaire opened his flagship campaign office in Denver on Saturday, occupying the hip digs of a former Patagonia store.
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The former vice president is out there literally grabbing votes.
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The Department of Health and Human Services requested housing for people who may need to be quarantined upon arriving in the U.S. from overseas.
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The prankster also took a swipe at "corrupt autocrat" Donald Trump with the stunt.
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A year of intense campaigning in Iowa will culminate in leadoff caucuses that will formally begin the process of selecting a Democratic nominee.
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Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg are all counting on strong performances in Iowa to catapult their campaigns.