As you eagerly await the results of the election, people all over the world will be doing the same.


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Political campaign done right
"I thought it'd be a fun way to highlight one of Daniel's more questionable skills, which is his ability to juggle fire.”
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Donald's vacation
President Trump just returned from a 12-day tour of Asia, during which he hoped to clarify America’s vision for trade in the region.
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In memory
A reception hosted by NAISA honored the Cheyenne and Arapaho people who lost their lives on Nov. 29, 1864, in the Sand Creek Massacre.
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Getting down to Biss-ness
Daniel Biss spoke with students and members of the Evanston community about his Illinois gubernatorial campaign, the importance of activism and his progressive policies.
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The King!
In King's view, we assume mankind improves as time passes, but this assumption is far from the truth.
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Mueller Monday
Last Monday, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was indicted for conspiracy against the United States.
Steve Forbes' visit
What Steve Forbes advocated 20 years ago may still be applicable today.
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It's a Rich Man's World
"Pawar’s departure is a major indication of candidates with deeper pockets pushing out less wealthy candidates."
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Controversial speaker
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil rights advocacy organization, labels Murray a white nationalist.
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Progressives are questioning if remaining loyal to the centralized coalition is the best way to advance their ideals.
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Dianne not-so-Fein-stein?
"Pressure from the youth will push the party in the new direction, even though the same people will be in place."
This ain't a scene it's an arms race
Trump emphasized that the United States would be willing to take action against North Korea, adding, “You would be shocked to see how totally prepared we are if we need to be.”
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house divided
There’s no place like home. But what if that home is the White House, and those who live in it hate you?
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"ACLU, we stand with you"
“And we have indeed sued President Trump. Again, and again, and again and again.”
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The notorious GWB
NBN has developed a perfect cure for the political news blues: reading throwback George W. Bush speech blunders.

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