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Episode 27: Debate Prep and The Donald

We're one week out from the first presidential debate and Donald Trump is still soaking up most of the media spotlight -- and causing a new kind of heartburn for his Republica...

Hillary Clinton Stops Short of Calling for $15 Minimum Wage

The Democratic front-runner took press questions Thursday afternoon, and suggested Democrats should focus on a minimum wage proposal that "has a chance of succeeding."

Republicans Say Enough With the Government-Shutdown Talk Already

Many doubt the government would really shut down over Planned Parenthood funding.

Why a Court Blocked a New Anti-Planned Parenthood Video

Planned Parenthood's critics can't release video that might have been recorded illegally.

Obama Wildlife Agency Wants to Speak with Cecil the Lion’s Killer ‘Immediately’

Capitol Hill Democrats, meanwhile, are pressing the Interior Department to finalize a rule to better protect African lions.

Bernie Sanders Pledges: His Campaign 'Is Not a Summer Fling'

The presidential candidate took questions outside his comfort zone Thursday at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Manchin and Collins Team Up for Alternative to Defunding Planned Parenthood

Moderates on both sides of the aisle are working together to craft legislation that wouldn't just stop Planned Parenthood funding cold turkey. 

McConnell Looks to Take on Cybersecurity Bill Next Week

If it comes up, senators will have little time to debate the measure, with recess around the corner.

Momentum Builds to Lift Oil-Export Ban

Senate Energy Committee sends bill to reverse the export ban to the floor.

Senate Approves Long-Term Highway Bill, Setting Up Tough Talks With House

The two chambers will try to split their differences by October, when a three-month patch runs out.

Unshopping, Un-Uber

The original conception of the "sharing economy" persists in small institutions that leave capitalism behind.

Nancy Pelosi: The House Has the Votes to Back the U.S. Nuclear Deal With Iran

"More and more" Democratic members have told the minority leader that they will support the Obama administration's agreement.

Xavier Becerra Is Staying in the House. Now What?

The California Democrat decided not to run for Senate, but it's unclear whether a bigger leadership post is in his future.

The Hidden Language Of Political Smiles

Forget what politicians say. Their smiles may reveal what they are actually feeling.

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