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Pressure To Expand Deferred Deportation


A diverse group of undocumented adults who don't currently qualify for deferred deportation applied for it anyway to seek changes under the President.






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Paul Ryan Seeks to Hone Image in New Memoir


Rep. Paul Ryan is seeking to distance himself from last year’s government shutdown and counter his image as an unsympathetic budget negotiator.






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Obama: Killing of James Foley 'Shocks the Conscience'


President Obama reacts to the murder of American journalist James Foley by ISIS.






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Democrats Seize on McConnell Shutdown Threat


Democrats are firing back at Mitch McConnell's suggestion that Republicans, if they win control of the Senate, would possibly threaten to shutdown the government






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Rick Perry Turns Himself in for Felony Charges


Texas Gov. Rick Perry defiantly told supporters "we will prevail" before turning himself in to authorities on Tuesday.






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Watch Live: Obama Delivers Statement From Martha's Vineyard


President Obama is expected to deliver a statement on slain journalist James Foley from Massachusetts.
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Gov. Rick Perry Booked on Two Felony Counts









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President Bush Accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge


The former president accepted the challenge from daughter Jenna Bush Hager, getting doused in ice water by none other than his wife, Laura.






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Tea Party Favorite Defeated in Alaska GOP Primary


Former state Attorney General Dan Sullivan won Alaska's GOP primary to become his party's candidate to take on U.S. Sen. Mark Begich in the fall.






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Rick Perry Turns Himself in for Corruption Charges


Texas Gov. Rick Perry defiantly told supporters "we will prevail" before turning himself in to authorities on Tuesday.






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Rick Perry on Corruption Charges: 'We Will Prevail!'


Before turning himself into local authorities, Texas Gov. Rick Perry called the corruption charges against him an injustice and attack on the rule of law.






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Watch Live: Rick Perry Turns Himself in Over Abuse of Power Charges - 5:30 PM ET


Texas Gov. Rick Perry will speak to press before he is processed at the Travis County criminal justice center. Perry was recently indicted for alleged abuses of power.






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Watch Live: Rick Perry to Turn Himself in Over Abuse of Power Charges - 5:45 PM ET


Texas Gov. Rick Perry will speak to press before he is processed at the Travis County criminal justice center. Perry was recently indicted for alleged abuses of power.






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Senator Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge


Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, calls on Senators Ted Cruz, Tim Kaine and Jeff Flake to complete the Ice Bucket Challenge.






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Three Republicans Vying to Take on Begich in Alaska


Alaska Republicans on Tuesday will choose between three GOP challengers vying to take on Democratic Sen. Mark Begich.






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Immigrant Backers to Obama: 'Go Big and Bold'


About 15 events, including one in Washington, D.C., are planned by immigration advocates still demanding deportation relief from the president.






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Falling Stars: Top GOP Hopefuls Embroiled in Scandal


GOP governors, once considered among the party’s best hopes for taking back the White House, have suffered significant setbacks in recent months.






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2 Dan Sullivans Run For Office, Sowing Confusion









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Can Another Young Latino Mayor Go To Washington?


California's House District 31 is a pick-up opportunity for Democrats and young Latino Mayor Pete Aguilar hopes to be the one to snatch it.






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Obama: 'No Doubt' U.S. Will Continue Fight Against ISIS


President Obama talks about U.S. military efforts in Iraq against ISIS.






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