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Tim Scott for president? Iowa and New Hampshire visits get people talking

Sen. Tim Scott is taking his big White House-backed economic initiative to the early presidential states of Iowa and New Hampshire. The South Carolina Republican is not actively seeking the …
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., speaks with supporters after winning his Senate race over Democratic challenger Thomas A. Dixon at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston, S.C. on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016.
Trump tariffs put Kentucky Republicans in a political bind
Centrist Dems begin arguing against far-left agenda as 2020 play
Fake, misleading social media posts exploding globally, Oxford study finds
Confessed al-Qaida terrorist to Army judge: Guantánamo war court's a ‘covfefe’
Behind closed doors, Guantánamo secret court talks about the CIA, torture and rights
Russia probe indictments spotlight risk of bitcoin, digital currency
12 Russians accused of hacking Democrats in 2016 have plenty of Florida connections
Trump threatens cuts to Central America aid. He'll have to go through Granger first
New Panama Papers leak shows U.S. oddly inactive
New Panama Papers leak reveals fresh financial secrets of Lionel Messi, politicians, criminals
Inside the fall of Mossack Fonseca
Russian GRU officer tied to 2014 downing of passenger plane in Ukraine
McCaskill raises more than $4 million in second quarter
Democratic Congressman Ami Bera is in an unfamiliar position – he’s a heavy favorite
Now the party of Trump, GOP’s midterm pitch is protecting him
Democratic challenger raises more than three times as much as Tom McClintock
Ted Cruz’s plan to finish off Obamacare

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