President Donald Trump signs a bill repealing a rule passed last July that required oil, gas and mining companies to disclose payments to overseas governments. The rule was meant to promote transparency. Critics of the repeal argue it served as an important national security tool since corruption often leads to violence, instability and terrorism. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Repeal Of Anti-Corruption Rule May Hurt National Security, Critics Warn

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President Obama participates in an interview with Robin Roberts of ABC's Good Morning America in the White House on May 9. During the interview, Obama expressed his support for gay marriage, a first for a U.S. president. The White House/Getty Images hide caption

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Wednesday's Junkie segment on TOTN

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Lugar, in the Senate 34 years, faces a strong Tea Party challenge in next year's GOP primary. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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While you're hiding in Illinois you can at least listen to the podcast

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