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West Africa states to adopt biometric identity cards

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Regional Ecowas in major step towards integration

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Kiir accused of turning national army into a tribal militia

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South Sudan Opposition says president packed the military with his Dinka people

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Attorney General Allows Limited Subpoena of New York Times Journalist

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Attorney General Eric Holder has given federal prosecutors permission to subpoena New York Times reporter James Risen for some information regarding his connection to a former employee of the Central Intelligence Agency. Though New York Times reporter James Risen has been adamant about not revealing his sources and the Department of Justice indicated last week…

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Jeb Bush Isn’t Much Closer to Actually Running for President

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Legally speaking, nothing changed

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Jeb Bush Bets on a Sunshine State of Mind

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The son and brother of Presidents past moves towards a campaign of his own built around a psychological diagnosis

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The One Issue that Will Complicate Jeb Bush’s Campaign

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Jeb Bush loves Common Core. The Republican base hates it. Bush’s announcement this morning that he plans to “explore the possibility of running for President of the United States” means that the Republican Party is going to have to sort out where it stands on this tinderbox of an issue. Common Core is a set…

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Rubio Spokesman Says Jeb Bush Announcement Won’t Stop Him

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A spokesman for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio praised former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush Tuesday hours after he announced he is beginning to “actively explore” a run for the White House, but said the younger Republican’s decision on whether to run himself is unaltered by Bush’s entrance. Bush was a mentor and political ally to Rubio…

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New Republican Congress’ First Order of Business: Keystone Pipeline

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It'll set up a confrontation with President Obama.

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