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  • Huckabee compares being gay to drinking

    Mike Huckabee, April 2014

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    Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee says expecting Christians to accept same-sex marriage is "like asking someone who's Jewish to start serving bacon-wrapped shrimp in their deli."

    He also called homosexuality part of a lifestyle, like drin...

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  • Obama: U.S. not at war on radical Islam

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    President Barack Obama once again refused to label the fight against terrorism as a war on radical Islam or any kind of "religious war," insisting that such labels hurt efforts to root out radical ideologies in Muslim communities.

    Obama also cautioned...

  • McCain stands by Palin

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    Sen. John McCain says Sarah Palin "still has a strong base of support" if she decides to seek the Republicans' 2016 presidential nomination.

    "I think that she ought to do whatever she feels that she would like to do. And I'm very supportive of anythi...

  • Hong Kong's protesters: We are still here

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    They carried bright yellow umbrellas, chanting "I want true democracy," as they festively made their way through Hong Kong's streets.

    For the first time in more than a month, demonstrators peacefully took to the roads, many said, to make their voices ...

  • Obama: 'I'm proud of saving the economy'

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    Six years after taking office amid a deep economic recession, President Barack Obama is looking back on his successes with a smile.

    "I'm proud of saving the economy," Obama told CNN's Fareed Zakaria in an interview on Tuesday when asked what he is mos...

  • McCain defends 'low-life scum' remark

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    Sen. John McCain says the Code Pink protesters he called "low-life scum" at a hearing last week deserved it.

    The Arizona Republican made the remark after protesters rushed a Senate Armed Services Committee witness table where 91-year-old Henry Kissin...

  • Chris Christie to meet with David Cameron in Britain

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    Gov. Chris Christie will meet with Prime Minister David Cameron when the New Jersey Republican heads to Britain for a trade mission, a trip that will give Christie a chance to strengthen his foreign policy credentials.

  • Who actually benefits from Obama's 'Middle Class Economics'?

    Tax file

    YM/SXC

    President Obama says he's all about the middle class. But a Tax Policy Center fellow says many in the middle class won't benefit from Obama's proposal.

  • Mike Pence's very bad week

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    It should have been Mike Pence's strongest moment as Indiana governor -- a chance to showcase his style of executive leadership on the national stage. Instead, the week turned into a calamity of Team Pence's own making.

    The leaked details of a bizarr...

  • Obama, Dalai Lama to attend prayer breakfast

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    President Barack Obama will appear at a public event next week that the Dalai Lama is also attending, a move that is likely to anger Chinese officials.

    Obama will address attendees about the importance of religious freedom on Feb. 5 at the annual Nati...

  • Gaps in GOP field present opening for Walker

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    CNN

    Scott Walker says he sees "gaps" in the potential Republican presidential field for 2016. But is he the candidate best positioned to fill them?

    On one side you have the establishment candidates favored by the business class of Republicans - Jeb Bush ...

  • Texas sets aside Chris Kyle Day

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    Texas is setting aside Monday to honor Chris Kyle, the U.S. Navy SEAL marksman depicted in the film "American Sniper."

    Kyle became a legend in military circles due to his 160 confirmed kills and developed a deadly reputation in Iraq, where he served s...

  • Hagel: Gitmo transfers source of friction

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    White House officials pressured Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel to increase the pace of detainee transfers from the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay, the outgoing secretary acknowledged to CNN's Barbara Starr in an interview Friday.

    Those comments come ...

  • Romney not running in 2016

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    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will not make a third run for president, he told supporters on a Friday morning call, saying he believes it's "best to give other leaders in the party the opportunity" to become the nominee.

  • Drone maker: Malfunction 'highly unlikely'

    White House drone

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    The owner of a small drone that crashed at the White House earlier this week is blaming technical problems with the DJI Phantom quadcopter for the apparent mishap, though the creator of the device says it's "highly unlikely" the device malfunctioned....

  • Kerry fined for unshoveled sidewalk

    John Kerry

    The State Department

    Like everyone else, Secretary of State John Kerry needs to make sure the sidewalk around his home gets shoveled.

  • Pentagon: Bergdahl detainee returned to fight

    Bowe Bergdahl release

    Taliban video

    The U.S. military and intelligence community now suspect that one of the five Taliban detainees released from Guantanamo Bay in return for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in May of last year has attempted to return to militant activity from his current location i...

  • Obama unveils new medical research initiative

    Obama sequestration remarks

    CNN

    President Barack Obama on Friday announced the details of his "Precision Medicine Initiative," a proposal aimed at pushing the U.S. to the forefront of cutting edge medical treatments.

    The initiative "will leverage advances in genomics, emerging metho...

  • Kerry fined for not shoveling snow from sidewalk

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    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has been fined for not clearing snow from the sidewalk by his house.

  • Santorum staffing up in South Carolina

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    Rick Santorum is expanding his nonprofit to the all-important early primary state of South Carolina, a move that's certain to heighten speculation over his potential presidential run.

    South Carolina GOP strategist Jon Parker confirmed to CNN he plans ...

  • Sequester that everyone hates is hard to replace

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    Pool

    There's one thing Democrats and Republicans agree on: It's time to get rid of the forced spending cuts known in Washington as the sequester.

    But reaching a deal on the next question -- what exactly to replace the cuts with -- will require yet another ...

  • Graham: 'I'm tired of just complaining'

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    Sen. Lindsey Graham says he is testing the waters on a presidential run because he is sick of hearing himself complain.

    "I complain a lot and also have some solutions. I'm tired of just complaining and now ready to try to lead. Whether or not there is...

  • Klan leader 'just might' run against Scalise

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    Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke suggested on Wednesday he might primary Louisiana Republican Rep. Steve Scalise, after Scalise distanced himself from an event hosted by Duke's white nationalist group.

    During an interview on the Jim Engster Show,...

  • Key data on Afghan reconstruction withheld

    US soldier, Afghanistan

    U.S. Army

    The U.S. military has, for the first time, classified key data about reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan, in a move that has frustrated one government watchdog and left the public in the dark on billions in spending.

    The agency tasked with overseein...

  • WH: No, Castro, you can't have Gitmo back

    Gitmo, Guantanamo Bay

    Oliver Janney/CNN

    Just over a month after the release of American aid worker Alan Gross from a Cuban prison ushered in a new era between Washington and Havana, the relationship is facing a new chill.

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