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Former U.S. Attorney was involved in one of the SEC's most notorious scandals
Today's announcement by Senate leaders does nothing to end obstructionism in the chamber
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Singer overcomes jitters to command 'My Country, 'Tis of Thee'
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Singer honors Barack Obama's second term
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President Obama is sworn in for his second term
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Meet the drug warriors working to roll back hard-won advances in marijuana policy
As America wakes up to the dangers ahead, the president has a historic opportunity to take bold action on global warming
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