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Is Donald Trump a Secret Russian Agent?

Trump And Putin, New-Found Pals?

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is garnering controversy over his recent comments calling upon Russia to find and release Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton's deleted emails.

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After Trump Blasted for Calling Pregnancy 'Inconvenient,' DNC Speaker Boasts of Her Own Abortion for Convenience

Prominent abortion activist and president of NARAL Pro-Choice America Ilyse Hogue told the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday that she got a "compassionate" abortion years ago because her pregnancy came at an inconvenient time in her life.

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Tim Kaine Privately Told Hillary Clinton He Would Flip-Flop on Taxpayer Funded Abortions

Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine, a Catholic, made a private agreement with Hillary Clinton to flip-flop and support calls by her and the Democratic Party Platform to repeal a longstanding ban against taxpayer funds being used to pay for abortions.

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Evangelical Trump Supporters Show 'Evangelical' Has Lost It's Meaning, Baylor Historian Says

The historical meaning of the term "evangelical" has lost its context and has been watered down to represent non-church going conservative whites who self-identify as Christian but don't exactly fit the true definition of the word, Baylor University history professor Thomas Kidd says.

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Lower Middle Class Hurt Most by Gov't Marriage Penalties, Study Finds

Government policies that penalize marriage hurt lower middle class families the most, leading many to avoid getting married, a new study released Tuesday discovered.

Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama: Election Is 'About Who Will Have the Power to Shape Our Children'

Speaking to a crowd of fellow Democrats energized by her presence on the first night of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Obama said she believes this election is "about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four or eight years of their lives."