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Obama Calls On Business To Bridge Divide Between U.S. And Africa

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Jim Brady, Press Secretary Turned Gun Control Activist, Dies At 73

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As Wildfires Burn Through Funds, Washington Seeks New Way To Pay

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A line of fire snakes along a hillside at dusk on July 18 in Winthrop, Wash., where a fire destroyed about 100 homes. Officials say that fire damage, overall, is down this summer, but that firefighting costs are skyrocketing. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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As Wildfires Burn Through Funds, Washington Seeks New Way To Pay

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Senate's Highway Trust Fund Bill Sets Up Conflict With The House

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New Rules Proposed For Oil-Carrying Trains In Wake Of Fiery Crashes

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As Rockets Encroach, Israel's Main Airport Sees Canceled U.S. Flights

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State Rep. Joe Carr holds a news conference in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on Jan. 16, 2013. He is challenging incumbent Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander in the Republican primary. Erik Schelzig/AP hide caption

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Sen. Alexander Outpaces Tea Party, But Remains In Its Cross Hairs

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Proposal To Allow State Tolls On Interstates Hits Roadblocks

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House Approves $11 Billion To Keep Highway Fund Solvent

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Governors Talk Infrastructure At Annual Meeting

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Interior Secretary Sally Jewell takes a tour of the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge in Townsend, Ga., last week with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service refuge manager Kimberly Hayes. Stephen B. Morton/AP hide caption

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For Interior Secretary, Getting Outdoors Is In The Job Description

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Conservative Critics Lobby For An Early End To Export-Import Bank

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State Rep. T.W. Shannon (left) talks with U.S. Rep. James Lankford following a June 6 Republican candidate forum for the open U.S. Senate seat in Lawton, Okla. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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In Oklahoma Senate Race, A Choice Between Two Deep Shades Of Red

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