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New Documents Show Evan Bayh Dove Head-First Into A Controversial Bermuda-Based Insurance Scheme

Evan Bayh, the former Democratic senator from Indiana and current Senate candidate, has at least $1 million in holdings* *with a Bermuda-based insurance company, Athene, that has a business model that..
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Equality Becomes a Talking Point in North Carolina Gubernatorial Race

AP Photo/Gerry Broome, Pool Democratic gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Roy Cooper, left, and North Carolina Republican Governor Pat McCrory participate in a live televised debate at UNC-TV..
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News video: DONUT DAY 06-03-16

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News video: Mid-Morning Headlines From March 11, 2016

Mid-Morning Headlines From March 11, 2016 01:57

Friday's mid-morning headlines include: Nancy Reagan will be laid to rest Friday in California, Dakota County is investigating a hit and run that left a cyclist in critical condition and the Minnesota..
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Striking Verizon workers could receive N.J. unemployment benefits

A state Senate committee passed a bill making striking workers eligible for unemployment benefits while they're off the job.

The Unwitting Father of the American Progressive Movement? Ronald Reagan

The seeds of the modern American progressive movement were arguably first sown over 50 years ago by two events which shook American's trust in their government - the disastrous Vietnam War and the..
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Poor Kids Don't Count in Rick Snyder's Michigan

When Michigan can't ensure safe drinking water in a major city and can't figure out how to educate children in its biggest school district, it's safe to say that our state's vaunted "comeback" is..
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Iron Range help stalled over business tax cuts

Efforts to pass extended unemployment benefits for out-of-work Minnesota steel workers are being held up in the Minnesota Legislature over a dispute over bundling tax cuts for businesses in the same..

The Future We Want

*by Sarah Leonard and Bhaskar Sunkara* Every election season is a time of bemoaning why millennials won't vote for politicians boldly committed to picking at the edges of their problems. Consider a..
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David Brooks Is Wrong Again -- Trump's Rise Is Not 'Anti-Politics' but the Cancer of Big Money

In his latest column, "The Governing Cancer of Our Times," New York Times conservative columnist David Brooks tries to explain Donald Trump's rise as a presidential candidate. The cancer Brooks..
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Politicians respond overwhelmingly to the rich

Since the beginnings of democracy, debate has raged as to how responsive politicians are to their constituents. Though such debates stretch back centuries, only recently have academics gotten the..
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Social Security at 80: Expanded But Still Missing the Keystone

Eighty years ago, on August 14, 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, famously declaring: "If the Senate and House of Representatives had done nothing more... than pass..
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Conscience and the Culture Wars

AP Photo/Doug McSchooler Dominic Dorsey uses a megaphone as he leads a group of opponents to Indiana Senate Bill 101, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, in a march towards Lucas Oil Stadium in..
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The ACA Has Survived yet Again. Now What?

The Affordable Care Act has used up at least four of its nine lives. It was almost stillborn after Democrats lost their 60-vote Senate majority in early 2010. It survived a brush with death in the..
The American Prospect

Read More: 20 Women Who Should Appear on the $10 Bill

Public Domain In a speech last year in Kansas City, President Barack Obama said he received a letter from a nine-year-old girl that included a list of possible women to put on America’s paper..
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Are the Dems Being Sucker-Punched on Trade?

Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call/AP Images House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi conducts her weekly news conference in the Capitol Visitor Center, June 4, 2015.  This article originally appeared..
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LUXEMBOURG (AP) — The last time Greece was facing a hard deadline to secure a deal with its bailout creditors, in February, it agreed to one only when it feared a worst case scenario — a run on the..

Dems Say Worker Aid Program 'Is Not In Jeopardy' In Trade Tiff

WASHINGTON -- Democrats in the House of Representatives are confident a program that helps laid-off workers won't be a casualty of an ongoing standoff with Republicans over President Barack Obama's..
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