Politics
Gov.'s Ebola myth: Water kills it
CNN's Jake Tapper looks at what people have said that's flat wrong about Ebola.
10/16/2014 03:20:08pm
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Security hole may expose your kid's info
Jake Tapper reports on a data security hole that exposes sensitive information from schools and government entities.
09/16/2014 01:56:40pm
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CNN Poll: Georgia Senate race statistical tie
Democrat Michelle Nunn has a slight 47%-44% edge over Republican David Perdue in the Georgia race for an open Senate seat, according to a new CNN/ORC International survey released Friday.
10/24/2014 05:58:42am
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He says she's just like Obama; She says he's a carpetbagger
CNN's Dana Bash speaks with incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and her challenger, Scott Brown, about their close race.
10/23/2014 12:02:30pm
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Ernst's new hog ad: 'Too many politicians full of...'
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst is making the internet squeal, again, with a new ad that features her dozens of hogs.
10/22/2014 09:43:54am
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Sarah Palin finds a Democrat (and an independent) she can support
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin snubbed home state Republicans this year, instead endorsing an independent candidate for governor and his Democratic running mate for lieutenant governor.
10/23/2014 04:49:13pm
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Bitter exchange over executions
Personal attacks marked CNN's debate in one of the closest governors races in the country.
10/22/2014 02:45:22pm
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'Mission creep' on Ebola, ISIS
10/22/2014 08:06:32am
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Ex-counterterror chief: U.S. lost track of terrorists after Snowden
Ripping the cover off top-secret U.S. surveillance programs pushed foreign terrorists underground and out of intelligence services' reach, a former top intelligence official said Tuesday.
10/21/2014 03:46:32pm
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Accused White House fence jumper to get mental health screening
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered a full mental competency screening for Omar Gonzalez, who is accused of jumping the White House fence, after a disputed initial examination found him not competent for trial.
10/21/2014 05:43:21pm
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Jeffrey Fowle, American held by North Korea, returns home
In Jeffrey Fowle's hometown of Miamisburg, Ohio, north of Cincinnati, the sense of excitement and relief is palpable.
10/22/2014 07:29:48am
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Former U.S. counterterror chief: 'Imminent threat' remains
The former head of U.S. counterterror operations said Tuesday the "imminent threat" posed by an al Qaeda offshoot in Syria hasn't lessened after a U.S. air campaign there.
10/21/2014 07:28:18pm
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Hillary Clinton is returning to Iowa
Hillary Clinton is headed back to Iowa on October 29, according to a Democratic source with knowledge of the trip.
10/22/2014 05:45:15pm
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Is this Hillary Clinton's new stump speech?
Hillary Clinton used her Tuesday appearance in Colorado, where experts see the female vote deciding a number of statewide races, to court women with a personal message about her life and her hopes for the future.
10/22/2014 02:53:18pm
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Donald Trump: 2016 decision comes early next year
As 2016 hopefuls flock to early caucus states, Donald Trump told an Iowa audience not to count him out -- at least not until he makes his decision about running early next year.
10/20/2014 09:10:01am
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Why is this 10-year old so excited to meet Hillary Clinton?
Macy Friday can't remember what she was thinking when -- mouth agape, eyes bugged -- she shook hands with Hillary Clinton in Denver this week. It all happened so fast, she says.
10/19/2014 10:39:01am
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Monica Lewinsky joins Twitter: '#HereWeGo'
Monica Lewinsky took another step into the public spotlight on Monday when she joined Twitter.
10/20/2014 04:22:38pm
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To hug or not to hug -- that was never a question
To hug or not to hug? That was not a question for President Obama, who invited previously Ebola-stricken nurse Nina Pham to the White House Friday for a visit and a hug in the Oval Office.
10/24/2014 06:28:55pm
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These nerds can elect anyone
There's an entire industry in American politics built around finding and mobilizing voters, largely constructed by Democrats who have been innovating in the field for more than a decade. The nerd science of campaigning — sifting through data, analyzing behavior, modeling segments of voters and persuading people to cast ballots — is one reason President Barack Obama's team flabbergasted Mitt Romney's overconfident numbers-crunchers in 2012.
10/24/2014 12:58:28pm
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'Fear-mongering' or 'rational fear?'
Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen repeatedly accused Republican challenger Scott Brown of "fear-mongering" -- on Ebola, ISIS and more.
10/24/2014 08:19:15am
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Elizabeth Warren pushes Democrats to stand up and fight
While an increasingly unpopular President Obama seems to be on a self-imposed Rose Garden strategy this election, one Democrat is in demand on the campaign trail: Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
10/24/2014 07:42:36am
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GOP, don't set government up to fail (Opinion)
Conservatives can't bash and slash government and then suddenly act surprised if government isn't there when we need it, writes Sally Kohn.
10/18/2014 02:58:09pm
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Why conservatives blame Obama for Ebola
LZ Granderson says President Obama's critics want to bash him even when facts don't support their claims.
10/08/2014 10:08:51am
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This is Elizabeth Warren's moment
Julian Zelizer says the Massachusetts senator has just been handed a giant political opportunity -- secret tapes on U.S. regulation of Goldman Sachs.
10/07/2014 09:21:05am
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Jeb Bush talks 2016 run with donors
10/24/2014 12:19:10pm
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