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59 MINS AGO - Real Clear Politics

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If Hillary Falters, Why Not Joe?

Carl M. Cannon, Orange County RegisterTen years ago, I wrote an article making the case for Hillary Clinton in 2008. The former first lady, then a senator from New York, was popular with Democrats and boasted near-total national name identification. She’d proven her fundraising prowess, was improving her résumé, and had ambition to burn. “Why Not Hillary?” my essay was ...

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6 HOURS AGO - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Montco's Josh Shapiro: Will not run for U.S. Senate

Montgomery County Commissioner Chairman Josh Shapiro has told national Democratic Party leaders that he will not run for the nomination to challenge Republican Sen. Pat Toomey next year.

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7 HOURS AGO - Denver Post

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NSA winds down phone records collection after Senate rejection of bill

The National Security Agency has begun winding down its collection and storage of American phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward to change or extend the once-secret program ahead of its expiration at the end of the month.

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8 HOURS AGO - Wall Street Journal

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U.S. Senate Blocks NSA Surveillance Bill, Patriot Act Extension

The Senate defeated a string of efforts to extend the Patriot Act as lawmakers splintered over its contentious phone surveillance program and left town with no plan in place to prevent the law from lapsing.

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10 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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N.S.A. And Other Matters Leave McConnell's Senate In Disarray

WASHINGTON — The sleepy United States senators thought they were done voting. But then, around 1 a.m. on the Saturday before Memorial Day, Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky and presidential candidate, marched spryly to the Senate floor to let it be known that, no, he would not agree to extend the federal government’s bulk collection of phone records program. ...

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