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The first wave of U.S. military attacks against ISIS has cost nearly $1 billion, according to a military think tank.
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Sen. Harry Reid playing major role in Senate races

Erica Werner, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 30th - 1:21am
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has twice won elections he was supposed to lose. If Democrats maintain control of the Senate in November, much of the credit will go to the wily Nevada Democrat.
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Eying 2016, Rand Paul courts young voters

Steve Peoples, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 30th - 1:10am
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is working to improve the Republican Party's image among young voters as he visits South Carolina, a key state in the presidential primary calendar.
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Utah's gay marriage case likely to be picked first by Supreme Court, expert says

Mary Richards  |  posted Sep 29th - 9:43pm
A few key factors make it more likely that Utah's gay marriage case could be selected first to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, Utah legal experts say. The Supreme Court is deciding this week which cases to take for it's next term, which begins October.
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Jeb Bush says GOP would 'fix a few big things'

Roxana Hegeman, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 29th - 9:00pm
Potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush weighed in to a key midterm election race on Monday, telling a Kansas fundraiser for struggling Sen. Pat Roberts that the incumbent must be re-elected so the GOP can take control of the Senate and "fix a few big things" in Washington.
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Candidates for governor meet in first TV debate

Steve Leblanc, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 29th - 7:10pm
The five candidates seeking to become the state's next governor squared off in their first televised debate in western Massachusetts on Monday with Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker working to draw sharper distinctions between their candidacies.
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High court puts off start of early voting in Ohio

Ann Sanner, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 29th - 5:50pm
A divided Supreme Court has put off the start of early voting in Ohio, which had been slated to begin Tuesday.
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Christie, Michelle Obama campaign in Wisconsin

Brian Bakst, M.l. Johnson, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 29th - 4:51pm
Wisconsin's tense race for governor got some political star power Monday, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie urging Republicans to step up their support for a potential presidential rival, Scott Walker. First lady Michelle Obama, meanwhile, campaigned for former state commerce secretary Mary Burke.
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Teacher union backs Malloy despite hard feelings

Susan Haigh, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 29th - 4:51pm
Facing a tough re-election battle, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy appears to be making some strides toward mending fences with Connecticut teachers who've been angered by remarks he made about tenure and the roll-out of his public education initiative.
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Rep. Lamborn decried for urging generals to quit

Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 29th - 1:40pm
A Republican congressman from Colorado was not trying to undermine President Barack Obama's military actions in the Middle East by urging generals who disagreed with the president to resign "in a blaze of glory," a spokesman said Monday.
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