Obama to tell foe-to-friend story at Hillary Clinton event

(link to post) WASHINGTON (AP) — They’ve been bitter rivals, allies and colleagues. When they take the stage at their first joint campaign appearance on Tuesday, President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will show off a new phase in their storied relationship: co-dependents. Clinton’s chances of winning the White House hinge on rallying Obama’s coalition…

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Obama to tell foe-to-friend story at Hillary Clinton event

(link to post) WASHINGTON (AP) — They’ve been bitter rivals, allies and colleagues. When they take the stage at their first joint campaign appearance on Tuesday, President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will show off a new phase in their storied relationship: co-dependents. Clinton’s chances of winning the White House hinge on rallying Obama’s coalition…

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Gallup poll says only 52% are 'extremely proud' to be Americans

(link to post) Only 52 percent of U.S. adults say they are “extremely proud” to be Americans in the latest Gallup poll, representing a new low in the question’s 16-year trend. As Americans prepare to celebrate Independence Day, the Gallup analysis said that the declining patriotism is “likely related to broader dissatisfaction with the way…

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Gallup poll says only 52% are 'extremely proud' to be Americans

(link to post) Only 52 percent of U.S. adults say they are “extremely proud” to be Americans in the latest Gallup poll, representing a new low in the question’s 16-year trend. As Americans prepare to celebrate Independence Day, the Gallup analysis said that the declining patriotism is “likely related to broader dissatisfaction with the way…

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Sarah Palin unloads on #NeverTrumpers, calling them Republicans Against Trump, or 'RAT'

(link to post) DENVER — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin unloaded Friday on conservatives who refuse to support presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, dubbing them “Republicans Against Trump, or RAT for short.” “They want to take their [Denver] Nuggets ball home and stay home instead of vote, because their guy didn’t win this time…

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Fundraising watchdog claims GOP convention has denied it credentials due to 'space constraints'

(link to post) The Republican National Convention has denied press credentials to the Center for Responsive Politics, the group said in a tweet on Friday from its @OpenSecrets account. “We’ve been denied press creds. by RNC, though we’ve had them every convention back to ‘96. Any other nonprofit news orgs in the same boat?” the…

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Dorothy Woods, Benghazi widow: Hillary Clinton has 'no right' telling country to move on

(link to post) The widow of one of the four Americans killed during the 2012 terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, says former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has “no right” telling the country to move on. Dorothy Woods, the widow of Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, said Thursday during her first interview since her husband’s death…

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Obama urges lawmakers to agree on Zika funding

(link to post) President Obama called on Congress Friday to break a partisan deadlock over funding to fight the Zika virus before lawmakers start their summer break later this month. “I expect Congress to get this funding done before they leave for vacation, before they adjourn,” Mr. Obama told reporters after a briefing in the…

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