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AP sources: First charges filed in Benghazi attack

08/07/2013 9:38am
The Justice Department has filed the first criminal charges in the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, two U.S. officials said Tuesday.

Opinion: For Congress, some Americans are more equal than others

08/07/2013 10:34am
Under Obamacare, members of Congress and their staffs would join in the insurance exchanges, just like the rest of us. Now, in a move right out of "Animal Farm," Congress may get special treatment from Obamacare's effects on the rest of Americans.

Romney, Sen. Lee at odds over potential government shutdown

08/07/2013 3:05pm
Utah Sen. Mike Lee has openly spoken of his hopes to stop funding the Affordable Care Act with a government shutdown. Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, however, is warning against such an act.

Obama cancels Putin summit amid Snowden tensions

08/07/2013 5:53pm
Already faltering, President Barack Obama's five-year effort to reboot U.S.-Russian relations finally crashed Wednesday, as the White House abruptly canceled his planned face-to-face summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin.
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