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Vermont's Sanders starts presidential bid in New Hampshire

One day after raising $1.5 million in donations, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was out to convince supporters in the early voting state of New Hampshire on Saturday he could raise the $40 million to $50 million to run a competitive presidential primary campaign against Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton. 44 more words

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FAA: Dreamliner battery could lose all power

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday issued a directive mandating “a repetitive maintenance task” for that model of airlines due to issues with its power supply. 42 more words

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Portman faces balancing act on trade as he seeks re-election

Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio is maneuvering with care as he runs for re-election in a swing state while cautiously supporting a free-trade deal that even some fellow Republicans fear could lead to job losses back home. 24 more words

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Massive Military Convoy With More White Buses Seen In Indiana As White House Tries To Tamp Down Jade Helm 15 Martial Law Concerns

The pictures above and below were just sent to All News Pipeline taken by a concerned American and show a massive military convoy heading west on I-70 in Indiana. 381 more words

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Study: Sexual assault in U.S. military plummets

The percentage of military personnel who said they were victims of sexual assault dropped dramatically over the past two years, plunging by about 27%, the Pentagon said Friday. 44 more words

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Japan prime minister touts 'alliance of hope' with US

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wrapped up his U.S. visit in Los Angeles on Friday where he shared his vision for strengthened economic and political ties between the two allies. 35 more words

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The Myth of Campaign Finance Reform

Would any sensible school allow students the right to create the rules of conduct during test-taking?

Would we allow the mob carte-blanche power over the laws on racketeering, murder, and bribery; then expect them to be unbiased and honest laws? 843 more words

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