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Fiscal Cliff Compromise: Devil Is In The Definition Of Revenue
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Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., receives a kiss from his grandson Wednesday in Great Falls, Mont. Tester won re-election in a tight contest with Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg. Michael Albans/AP hide caption

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The Last Pew Poll: Obama Holds Edge On Eve Of Election
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Annual "Biketoberfest" participants ride along Beach Street in downtown Daytona Beach, Fla., in 2010. Daytona Beach Visitors Bureau hide caption

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White Men, A Key GOP Demographic, Discuss The Romney Appeal
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Voters these days often reward politicians who sit at either end of the ideological spectrum while punishing those seen as compromisers. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Former South Carolina Republican Rep. Bob Inglis now runs the Energy and Enterprise Initiative. /Energy and Enterprise Initiative hide caption

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New Groups Make A Conservative Argument On Climate Change
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Romney's 2011 Tax Return Shows He Paid At 14.1 Percent Rate, Campaign Says
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You've Got Mail: Campaigns Still Rely On Snail Mail
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