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It’s time for a ‘yes’ vote on Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact

In this election season, most Americans share a common frustration that our leaders aren’t doing enough to help U.S. workers win in the global economy. We can take a big step toward that goal through the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement. Unfortunately, some politicians have decided it’s better for their careers to spread myths about the TPP – and other trade pacts – than to deal with the facts.

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Stop praying. Start acting on gay rights, gun laws, government change

It’s fine and expected to pray for the victims of the Orlando massacre — something that politicians of both parties were glibly urging Sunday and Monday. But this country would be a lot better off if something else occurred. Americans who believe in the power of prayer and religion to improve this nation need to use their God-given brains to start acting.

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Here’s how to wreck the Republican Party

If someone wanted to destroy the Republican Party, at least for this presidential cycle, here’s what they could do: Find a famous celebrity with instant name recognition and encourage him to talk about himself at every turn.

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Democrats disrupt House, stage sit-in to force gun control vote

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California congressman pushes for bipartisan gun legislation during sit-in

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Clinton rails against Trump economic policy, defends Clinton Foundation

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Heroin antidote becomes available without prescription

CVS pharmacist Courtney Goodman of Sarasota explains how naloxone reverses heroin and opioid overdoses. On July 1, a new Florida law takes effects that allows naloxone to be sold at pharmacies without a prescription. All 878 CVS Pharmacy locations will do so.
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Heroin antidote becomes available without prescription

Beaufort High School student visits U.S. Capitol 0:54

Beaufort High School student visits U.S. Capitol

Highlights from the House Democrats’ 26-hour sit-in 2:43

Highlights from the House Democrats’ 26-hour sit-in

After sit-in ends, Jim Clyburn talks about his friend John Lewis 0:54

After sit-in ends, Jim Clyburn talks about his friend John Lewis