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President Obama Defends His Record On Race

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Politics, Pundits And The Problem With The Word 'Pivot'

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Trump's African-American: 'I Am Not A Trump Supporter'

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On Sept. 11, Two Wars And The Great Recession

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Is It Too Late For A Third-Party Presidential Candidate To Run?

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