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An Opening For Trump In Deep Blue Oregon

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Actions Sparked By Protests Can Have Sustained Influence

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City Municipal ID Cards In Chicago Would Benefit More Than Undocumented Groups

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Hawaii's Democratic lawmakers are criticizing Attorney General Jeff Sessions after he expressed amazement on a radio show that a "judge sitting on an island in the Pacific" could stop the president's travel ban. Above, Sessions at the Department of Justice in Washington on Tuesday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Prescription drug coverage is one benefit that drives up insurance costs, and one that is very popular with consumers. Hero Images/Getty Images hide caption

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As Trump Inquiries Flood Ethics Office, Director Looks To House For Action

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Members of ACT UP hold up signs and placards during the Gay and Lesbian Pride march in New York City, June 26, 1988. The New York Historical Society/Getty Images hide caption

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ACT UP At 30: Reinvigorated For Trump Fight

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We Asked People What They Know About Taxes. See If You Know The Answers

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Voters Back Home Don't Mind If Mark Meadows Bucks Authority

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Executions In Arkansas Blocked By Federal Judge After Week-Long Trial

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Martin Sostre on Feb. 12, 1976 — the same week he was released from prison after he was granted executive clemency by the governor of New York. Vic DeLucia/The New York Post via Getty Images hide caption

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How One Inmate Changed The Prison System From The Inside

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More Travelers Entering U.S. Are Being Asked For Their Cellphones And Passwords

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Deconfliction Likely To Come Up During Secretary Tillerson's Meeting With Russia

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Barbershop: U.S. Strike On Syria, SCOTUS Confirmation And Trump's Administration

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What The Nuclear Option Against Filibuster Of Gorsuch's Nomination Means

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Head Of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Faces Lawmakers This Week

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What Trump's Meetings With World Leaders Say About His Foreign Policy

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