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Nearly 4 in 10 Don't Want Their Kids to Play Football


Ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl showdown, nearly four-in-10 Americans - 37 percent - say they would encourage their child to play another sport other than football.






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Christie Looking to Tap Some Romney Donors


With Mitt Romney's decision to stand down from the 2016 presidential race, the Republican field is wide open for potential candidates.






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If it's Super Bowl Sunday, it's Meet the Press


Chuck Todd is thinking football and politics as he previews this Sunday's broadcast.






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The Week Ahead: President Obama's FY'16 Budget Arrives


Obama budget reveals spending and tax hikes, Chris Christie heads to England, the latest unemployment numbers and it's Super Bowl time!!






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The Week in 2016: What Mattered (And What Didn't)


In today's political news cycle, so much happens so quickly. So here's a look back at the past week in 2016 politics, making sense of what mattered - and what didn't.






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In DC, Walker Running as The Outsider


His attack on Washington provides some insight into how Walker will run should - or when - he launches a presidential campaign - as an outsider.






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When Tempers Flare: Memorable Moments of Politicians Fired Up


From Rep. Joe Wilson heckling Obama to Sen. John McCain calling protesters "scum," here are some notable moments when things have gotten heated on Capitol Hill.






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Would-Be 2016 Rivals React to Mitt Romney's Decision


Mitt Romney's would-be Republican opponents in 2016 were quick to praise the former GOP presidential nominee.






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Romney's Not-So-Subtle Parting Shot at Jeb Bush


Mitt Romney says he wants someone "who is just getting started." Who does he mean?






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In Opting Out, Romney Bows to Party's Wariness About Another Run


With Mitt Romney's decision to stand down from the 2016 presidential race, the Republican field is wide open for potential candidates.






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Sitting It Out: Mitt Romney Says He's Not Running In 2016


Romney has "decided it is best to give other leaders in the Party the opportunity to become our next nominee."






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Watch Live: Obama Outlines Precision Medicine Plan


President Obama delivers remarks highlighting investments to improve health and treat disease through precision






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Here's Why Mitt Romney Has to Make Up His Mind Now


The ground underneath his feet is already beginning to crumble.






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First Read's Morning Clips


A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day






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Poll: Nearly 4 in 10 Would Discourage Kids from Football


Ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl showdown, nearly four-in-10 Americans - 37 percent - say they would encourage their child to play another sport other than football.






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Romney to Discuss 2016 Intentions With Top Supporters Friday


Close Romney supporters received an email asking them to join Romney by phone for an 11am call to discuss his intentions.






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Party Poopers: Not All Democrats Are Sold On Hillary


Hillary Clinton faces doubts from two different parts of the Democratic Party about her likely presidential run, even as she remains the overwhelming favorite to win the party's nominations.






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Kerry Fined $50 for Not Shoveling Snow Outside Mansion


Boston officials tagged John Kerry with a $50 fine at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday for failing to clear the snow from the side of his mansion.






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Kerry Fined for Not Shoveling Snow Outside Mansion


Boston officials tagged John Kerry with a $50 fine at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday for failing to clear the snow from the side of his mansion.
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Feds Investigating NY GOP Senate Leader Skelos: Sources


Federal investigators are looking into state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos' sources of income, people familiar with the investigation.

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