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Romney returns?

Romney returns?

06/03/13 11:33AM

Monday’s Agenda panel discusses Mitt Romney’s return to the national stage, and whether the GOP can address the issues that alienated young voters during the 2012 election. watch

Inmate Curtis Colvard Sr. reads a Bible in the exercise yard of Sacramento County's Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center in Elk Grove, Calif., Thursday, May 30, 2013.  A report by the California Little Hoover Commission  says Gov. Jerry Brown's prison...

The school-to-prison pipeline: How 'horseplay' puts kids in jail

05/31/13 07:59PM

As the national conversation on school safety continues to draw attention, the so-called school-to-prison pipeline has largely gone unmentioned. But a new report finds that tighter disciplinary policies and an increased number of police officers at school are landing a staggering number of children behind bars, instead of behind desks. 
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Who will replace Bachmann?

Who will replace Bachmann?

05/29/13 11:29AM

Talking Points Memo’s Igor Bobic,’s Trymaine Lee and Think Progress’ Annie-Rose Strasser discuss Rep. Michele Bachmann’s decision not to seek reelection and other top stories of the day. watch

President Barack Obama at Manor New Technology High School, Thursday, May 9, 2013 in Manor, Texas. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Obama's 'daring' court plan

05/28/13 06:43PM

President Obama will soon nominate three judges at once to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit--often called the second most important court in the country.... read more


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