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What John Podesta’s emails from 2008 reveal about the way power works in the Democratic Party.
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CEO John Stumpf’s testimony before the Senate Banking Committee offered more than enough evidence of major securities fraud.
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Democrats hope to reprise 2004, when anti-gay marriage initiatives helped George W. Bush. But liberal measures may not have the same oomph.
Another potential shutdown looms, but the demands have changed.