Debate Erupts Over Legality Of Awlaki's Killing
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Week In Politics: GOP Primary Dates; Herman Cain; Chris Christie
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Fla. Moves Up Its Primary Date
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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks energized him around the issue of illegal immigration. "We discovered that five of the 19 hijackers had been in the country illegally," Kobach says. Ed Zurga/AP hide caption

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The Man Behind The Illegal-Immigration Crackdown
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Then-Sen. Barack Obama drew enthusiastic crowds at a rally in Columbus, Ohio, just days before the 2008 election. Now, after a few rocky moments with the coalition that helped send him to the White House, and with a re-election battle looming, Obama is trying to re-energize his supporters. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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As Election Looms, Obama Seeks To Rouse His Base
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In GOP White House Bid, Who's The Real Front Runner?
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For Obama, Strained Relationship With Blacks, Hispanics?
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It's All Politics, Sept. 29, 2011
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Social Security has been compared to Ponzi schemes for decades, says Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels. In his new book, he lays out ideas for improving the system. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Mitch Daniels: Avoid 'Fiscal Niagara' On Social Security
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It Took Only 5 Minutes? House Votes To Stay Funded
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference this month in Orlando, Fla. The next day, he finished a disappointing second in the Florida GOP straw poll. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Rick Perry Regain His Momentum?
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