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Week In Politics: The Democratic National Convention

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Is Trump's Call For 'Law And Order' A Coded Racial Message?

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TV Actors Make Big Money, So Why Grumble Over NFL Salaries?

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A crowd of over 4,000 people filled the Gospel Tabernacle in Fort Wayne, Ind., to hear Col. Charles Lindbergh address a rally of the America First Committee on October 3, 1941. AP hide caption

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'America First,' Invoked By Trump, Has A Complicated History

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Week In Politics: Republican National Convention

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'I'm Petrified For My Children': Will Racism And Guns Lead To America's Ruin?

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Hollywood And The Middle Class: Selling Dreams Of 'Somewhere That's Green'

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