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Joe Biden ponders whether he has 'emotional energy' to run for president

Vice President Joe Biden met speculation that he might run for president head-on Thursday after a foreign policy address at an Atlanta synagogue, telling the crowd he’s weighing whether he has the “emotional energy” to run. 649 more words

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GBI investigates whether agent opened Ashley Madison account on government time

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating whether one of its agents used a government email address to create an account on the adultery website Ashley Madison. 169 more words

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"What A 'Career Politician' Looks Like": Even Though He's Been In Elected Office Since Age 25, Walker Denies He’s A Career Politician

If recent polling is any indication, Republican voters place a premium on inexperience. Donald Trump, who’s never worked in government at any level, is obviously the dominant GOP candidate, at least for now, but he’s followed by Ben Carson, a retired far-right neurosurgeon who’s never sought or held public office. 370 more words

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Impeach Dianna Duran?

Wow. 

We’re sure you’ve seen this news by now.  Late Friday, Attorney General Hector Balderas filed a 64-count criminal information charging the state’s top election officer with breaking election laws, and a whole lot more. 280 more words

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Is Flagstaff's New Party Ordinance Targeting A Local Gay Bar?

By Elisha Dorfsmith

Last night a representative from WHyld Ass Restaurant and Rainbow Rooftop Lounge spoke to the Flagstaff City Council about recent harassment by local police for noise and live music. 353 more words

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Colorado EPA Animas River Spill: Predicted One Week Before

3 million gallons of toxic water was released due to the EPA pre-planned incompetence to secure funding according to a retired citizen geologist. Once again citizens health and well-being get sacrificed as if our humanity has small significance compared to the agendas pre-planned money venture pet planning projects. 485 more words

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Exclusive: Pastor of historic Ebenezer Baptist Church considers U.S. Senate run

The Rev. Raphael Warnock, the pastor of Atlanta’s historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, said Thursday he is considering a run for U.S. Senate against Johnny Isakson, a move that could jolt the Republican’s sleepy bid for a third term. 789 more words

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