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Black is white, up is down, and Republicans are defenders of Medicare.

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GOP, home to Trump and Tea Party, decries Dems’ mob rule

It's not unusual for Republicans and Democrats alike to sharpen their rhetoric as elections draw near in hopes of drawing loyal voters to the polls.

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Trump dishes on ‘lowlife’ Eric Holder, Hillary and the 2020 race

The sentiment came from the President of the United States, but reflects a common feeling among conservatives and Republicans. He and they are ever more certain that one of the biggest problems in our country is the media’s double standard. The example at hand was my question about Eric Holder’s...

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GOP now on the offensive in several Senate races, could expand majority even if House flips

With less than a month until November's midterm elections, Republicans are now going on the offensive in several Senate races as part of a reinvigorated effort not only to hold onto their slim majority in the upper chamber, but to expand it significantly.

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If GOP is the anti-labor party, why do Pa. unions still endorse Republicans? | Will Bunch

The GOP has made it clear in recent years that it's the anti-labor party, with particular ire aimed at the teachers' union - even in Harrisburg, where legislative leaders have tugged Republicans to the far right. So why do so powerful unions - the PSEA, AFL-CIO, building trades, etc. - continue to...

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If GOP is the anti-labor party, why do Pa. unions still endorse Republicans? | Will Bunch

The GOP has made it clear in recent years that it's the anti-labor party, with particular ire aimed at the teachers' union - even in Harrisburg, where legislative leaders have tugged Republicans to the far right. So why do so powerful unions - the PSEA, AFL-CIO, building trades, etc. - continue to...

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Health care is top of mind for Republicans and Democrats alike leading into midterm elections.

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Democrats object that Republicans are telling voters the truth about single payer.

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The rapper held forth with profanity, inanity and a profession of love for President Trump, who said West could be a future presidential candidate.

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Correspondent Doug McKelway looks at what socialism is and how perception of it is evolving.

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Murphy official who quit faced sexual assault allegation, sources say. GOP wants an investigation.

Albert Alvarez abruptly resigned last week from Gov. Phil Murphy's administration. The allegation stems from the spring of last year, when Murphy was running for governor. A top staffer in Gov. Phil Murphy's administration who resigned last week faced an allegation of sexual assault during a...

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Father-daughter team best for Pitman; Dem freeholder picks respect women | Feedback

Judy Lohmann praises a pair of borough council candidates. Political signs are popping up all over, and I was particularly glad to see one that told me that the dynamic duo of father and daughter Jim Fortney and Patti Kelley are running as the Republican nominees for Pitman Borough Council. Kelly...

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A partial government shutdown could result as Trump pushes for more border money without a plan to get it.

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President Trump blasts Eric Holder for saying Democrats should 'kick' Republicans 'when they go low'; reaction and analysis on 'The Five.'

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In an interview with NPR, the Senate majority leader said that losing the chamber is a “scary prospect” to Republican voters who want to see more conservative judges on the nation’s courts.

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Fox News and the GOP Seem to Have Forgotten Who the President Is

Republicans are suddenly blaming the left for the culture of violence Trump has spent three years cultivating

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Michelle Obama Drags Politicians for Using 'Fear' and Updates 'Today' Hosts on Her Future in Washington

Former first lady disagrees with Democrats urging the party to adopt more aggressive tactics to battle the Republicans.

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