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Clinton a bright spot at a gloomy time for Dems

Philly.com

SAN FRANCISCO - In this midterm election season, it may not be good to be a Democrat - but it is very good to be Hillary Rodham Clinton. The presumptive Democratic front-runner for 2016 is among her party's best assets to raise money and energize voters ...

White House still can't get Bruce Braley right

USA TODAY

First lady Michele Obama campaigns for Iowa Democratic Senate — not governor — candidate Bruce Braley — not “Bailey” — Oct. 21, 2014, in Iowa City, Iowa. (Justin Hayworth, AP). The White House is having a little trouble with the Iowa Senate race.

No trick: Across US, Halloween bumped for football

Albany Times Union

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Halloween falls on a Friday in communities where high school football is king, it's time to reschedule the holiday. Communities from West Virginia to Texas are saying they're OK with celebrating Halloween on, well, not ...

Obama's day: The Ebola Response Coordinator

USA TODAY

President Obama meets Wednesday with his newest employee: Ron Klain, the Ebola Response Coordinator. Klain, the former chief of staff for Vice President Biden whose appointment as "Ebola czar" drew catcalls from Republicans and some medical ...

3 girls skipped school to sneak off and join ISIS

NewsOK.com

The first indication that something was wrong was a phone call from his daughter's Denver area school to let Assad Ibrahim know that she had not come to class, CNN reports. Photo - Photo by guardian.com. Photo by guardian.com. He dialed her cell.

Christie Fed Up with Talk About Raising Minimum Wage

WTMA

(WASHINGTON) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is no fan of raising the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour as urged by President Obama. Christie, who many expect will run for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, told the U.S. ...

Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November, Republicans gain among women

Fox News

Two weeks before Election Day, most of the nation's likely voters now expect the Republican Party to take control of the U.S. Senate, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. And by a growing margin, they say that's the outcome they'd like to see.

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