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Feds studying adding warning labels to soda
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $150,000 to study adding warning labels to soda.

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Who is Debbie Lesko? 3 things to know about Arizona's newest congresswoman
Here are three things to know about Debbie Lesko, who narrowly defeated Democrat Hiral Tipirneni in the April Arizona special election.

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Tennessee Senate passes bill to build monument to 'victims of abortion,' sends back to House
The Tennessee Senate on Monday passed a bill that would see a monument to unborn children be placed on capitol grounds, if the House agrees to its amendments.

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Maxine Waters tells Trump to resign, 'just get out' at TIME 100 Gala honoring her
Longtime liberal Calif. Rep. Maxine Waters called on President Trump to "please resign" at the TIME 100 Gala on Tuesday night, so that she "won't have to keep up this fight of your having to be impeached."

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Prognosis for White House doctor isn't great as Trump calls VA confirmation process 'disgusting'
Ronny Jackson may have declared Donald Trump to be in fantastic health, but his own nomination is seriously ailing.

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West Virginia Senate candidate wears rival's campaign hat during debate
It's unheard of for a Senate candidate to wear campaign swag promoting a political rival.

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Video shows ex-Clinton aide in profanity-laced confrontation with cops
Police released a video Tuesday showing a former financial adviser to Hillary Clinton getting involved in a heated, profanity-laced confrontation with several officers.

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Who is Hiral Tipirneni? What to know about the Arizona congressional candidate
Dr. Hiral Tipirneni had never run for public office before, but she believed her skills as a cancer research advocate and physician are just what she needs to take on Washington, D.C.

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Arizona special election features Debbie Lesko, Hiral Tipirneni: What to know about the race
Republican Debbie Lesko, a former state lawmaker, is facing off with Democrat Dr. Hiral Tipirneni, a cancer research advocate, represent the district.

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Who is Hiral Tipirneni? What to know about the Arizona congressional candidate
Dr. Hiral Tipirneni has never run for public office before, but she believes her skills as a cancer research advocate and physician are just what she needs to take on Washington, D.C.

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Who is Debbie Lesko? What to know about the Arizona congressional candidate
Here are five things to know about Debbie Lesko, who is running against Democrat Hiral Tipirneni in the April Arizona special election.

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Who is Jack Johnson and why would Trump pardon him?
President Trump has said that he is considering pardoning the late the late boxer, Jack Johnson.

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Colorado Supreme Court kicks GOP Rep. Lamborn off primary ballot
Colorado's Supreme Court on Monday knocked six-term U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn from his party's primary, saying the Colorado Springs Republican didn't collect enough valid voter signatures to qualify.

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Mike Pompeo recommended by Senate panel for secretary of state, barely avoiding committee rebuke
Mike Pompeo, President Trump's pick for secretary of state, barely avoiding a rare rebuke Monday from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee amid last-minute drama.

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Former President George H.W. Bush hospitalized one day after wife Barbara's funeral, spokesman says
Former President George H.W. Bush was hospitalized on Sunday -- one day after the funeral for his wife, former first lady Barbara Bush -- after an infection he contracted spread to his blood, his spokesman said Monday.

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Goodlatte, Gowdy say they struck deal with DOJ for Hillary Clinton probe documents
The Republican chairmen of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee announced Monday that the Justice Department has agreed to provide them with documents related to the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server.

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DHS boss threatens ‘caravan' border-crossers with prosecution, detention, deportation
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Monday warned the “caravan” of Central American migrants arriving at the southern U.S. border that they could face prosecution, detention and deportation, as President Trump called on the agency to block the group.

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Mattis optimistic about North Korea after stunning nuclear announcement
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday there are “reasons for optimism” following the stunning announcement by North Korea late last week it would suspend its nuclear and long-range missile tests ahead of a potential summit between leaders of the United States and North Korea beginning in late May or early June.

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Texas 'revenge porn' law goes too far, court rules
A Texas appeals court last week struck down a state law that criminalized the sharing of sexually explicit photos and videos of an individual online without their consent, ruling the “revenge porn” measure a violation of the First Amendment.

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Mitt Romney faces Senate primary in Utah after state GOP convention setback
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney ran into an obstacle Saturday in his bid to succeed Utah's retiring U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch.

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Former first lady Barbara Bush laid to rest in Houston
Former first Lady Barbara Bush was remembered as the “first lady of the greatest generation” and “greatest role model” during a funeral service Saturday in Houston.

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Former first lady Barbara Bush guarded by Secret Service after death, report says
Even after the passing of Barbara Bush, agents with the U.S. Secret Service reportedly continued to stand by her side.

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Trump slams NBC's 'sleepy eyes' Chuck Todd for 'fake news' comments about North Korea
President Trump on Sunday dismissed comments by NBC News' Chuck Todd suggesting that the United States is getting steamrolled in negotiations with North Korea over the rogue nation halting its nuclear weapons program, saying, “We haven't given up anything.”

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