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Police explain reasons for reopening Gore case

Updated: 07/02/2010 - Portland, Ore. police are reopening a sexual assault investigation into Al Gore because detectives failed to notify high-ranking officials of their decision to drop the case

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House approves $7 billion budget cut

Posted: 07/01/2010 - The U.S. House approved a $7 billion cut from President Obama's budget request for foreign aid and cabinet operating budgets

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First major oil spill bill passed by House

Updated: 07/01/2010 - U.S. House passes first bill allowing families of those killed and injured workers to collect more compensation than current law allows

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McConnell to hold fundraiser for Rand Paul

Posted: 06/10/2010 - Kentucky senatorial candidate Rand Paul is getting a fundraising boost from Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, who backed Paul's opponent in the primary election.

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Paul breaks recent silence

Posted: 06/08/2010 - U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul breaks his recent silence with a talk radio interview.

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Paul limits media exposure after civil rights flap

Posted: 06/04/2010 - Where in the world is Rand Paul? His campaign says he isn't hiding, but the Republican U.S. Senate nominee has barely been seen since he roiled state and national politics with his suggestion that government should not require private businesses to serve minorities.

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Conway favors citizenship for children of illegals

Posted: 06/03/2010 - Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Jack Conway has taken a stand opposite his Republican counterpart on birthright citizenship, saying children born in the U.S. to illegal aliens should automatically become citizens.

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Libertarian Party may enter US Senate race

Posted: 05/26/2010 - The Libertarian Party says it may enter its own candidates in the hotly contested US Senate race in Kentucky. A Party official says it wants to count Republican Rand Paul, who he claims has betrayed Libertarian Party values.

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Paul tries to defuse controversy on discrimination

Posted: 05/21/2010 - A tea party conservative on a national stage, Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul of Kentucky labored Thursday to explain remarks suggesting businesses be allowed to deny service to blacks without fear of federal interference, declaring, "I abhor racial discrimination."

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