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Dubya, the Painter: 'He's Pretty Fearless as an Artist'

Dubya, the Painter: 'He's Pretty Fearless as an Artist'
After a hacker broke into Bush family email accounts, the internet lit up like a Christmas tree as photos of nude self-portraits painted by George W. Bush went viral.
Now, Bush is talking about the paintings, telling the Dallas Morning-News he likes to shake up stereotypes and finds painting a way he can express himself "in a way that's unique."
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You Can’t Run Away Forever Bachmann!

You Can’t Run Away Forever Bachmann!
When the questioning turned to Rep. Bachmann’s ethics problems from her 2012 presidential campaign, aides closed in blocking reporters and photographers and ushered her out of the room.
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The White House Honors Harvey Milk With LGBT Champion of Change Program

The White House Honors Harvey Milk With LGBT Champion of Change Program
The White House will recognize a group of outstanding openly LGBT state and local elected and appointed officials as “Harvey Milk Champions of Change.”
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Obama on Social Security in 2007: 'I Will Not Cut' Cost-of-Living Adjustments

Obama on Social Security in 2007: 'I Will Not Cut' Cost-of-Living Adjustments
President Obama has gone against his word by pledging cuts to Social Security that he himself took off the table when he was a candidate for President in 2007.
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Can Zuckerberg Corner the Political Market on Immigration Reform?

Can Zuckerberg Corner the Political Market on Immigration Reform?
A person familiar with Facebook says CEO Mark Zuckerberg is forming a political group to address issues such as education reform, immigration and scientific research.
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Petraeus Admits to 'Slipping My Moorings' in First Public Speech Post-Resignation

Petraeus Admits to 'Slipping My Moorings' in First Public Speech Post-Resignation
A prepared text of his speech, obtained by the New York Times, indicates Petraeus will apologize for the affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell.
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Ted Cruz and Toilet Seats: Crap You Don't Want to Deal With

Ted Cruz and Toilet Seats: Crap You Don't Want to Deal With
Bet you didn't think you'd be reading a story about toilet seats on this fine Friday. But when covering Ted Cruz, the topics of focus are rarely sensical or easily understood.
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Ryan's Frankenstein Budget: Then and Now

Ryan's Frankenstein Budget: Then and Now
If you’re living comfortably in your upper class lifestyle, you’re going to love Ryan’s budget plan.
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National GOP Rebranding Contradicts OK Extremism

National GOP Rebranding Contradicts OK Extremism
No one symbolizes the so-called "old" GOP more than U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe on many issues, and one of them is gay rights. Inhofe once claimed proudly on the Senate floor, for example, that there was never a "homosexual relationship in the recorded history of our family."
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Rick Perry's Painfully Awkward Speech at CPAC

Rick Perry's Painfully Awkward Speech at CPAC
What's interesting about watching Perry is trying to figure out how he thinks he's coming across. This is a guy most widely known for a loud and deadly brain fart on national television in the midst of one of American history's worst presidential campaigns.
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