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The international reaction to Russia's intervention in Ukraine
U.S. considers sanctioning Russia over Ukraine crisis & conservatives rally in Maryland
How many members of Congress returned pay earned during the government shutdown?
Ukraine Uprising, Equal Rights for LGBT community, Dingell retirement, My Brother's Keeper
Ukraine Erupts, Minimum Wage, 2014 Election Spending & Races To Watch
Scott Brown considers a run for Senate in New Hampshire and Obama pivots to foreign policy
Obama's Clean Debt Ceiling Bill, Obamacare Delays & GOP 2014 Strategy
Healthcare & Jobs, Economic Jitters and 2014 Election Strategies
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Shifting focus to the state house politics and an update on Iran's nuclear program.
Which Congressional incumbents are facing an uphill reelection battle?
The Latest Developments for Chris Christie in Bridge Shutdown Investigations
A wave of retirements in Congress and the ongoing debate between security and privacy
Chris Christie campaigns for Republicans and Obama revamps the NSA
Christie's Traffic Troubles, Gates' Memoir, Tackling Unemployment & Focus On Poverty
We look in the Vault to the 2009 debate over sending more troops to Afghanistan
What underreported stories will creep up in 2014?
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Gwen Ifill hosts an immigration electronic town hall with PBS Stations in AZ and CA.
Gwen Ifill hosts an electronic town hall with PBS Member Stations in Ohio and Oregon.
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