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Politics

Visiting New York City, Bernie Sanders Attacks Clinton, 'Greed' Of Wall Street

"Will the folks on Wall Street like me? No. Will they begin to play by the rules if I am president? You better believe it," Sanders said Tuesday.

Pete Rose appears at an autograph signing event last month in Las Vegas. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred rejected Rose's plea for reinstatement, citing Rose's continued gambling and evidence that he bet on games when he was playing for the Cincinnati Reds. Without reinstatement, Rose can't be elected to the Hall of Fame. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Sweetness And Light

Rose Is Banned From Baseball, But What About Accused Steroid Users?

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Rose Is Banned From Baseball, But What About Accused Steroid Users?

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A Blog Supreme

Paul Bley, Influential Jazz Pianist, Has Died

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Paul Bley, Influential Jazz Pianist, Has Died

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Obama Aims To Expand Background Checks To Online Gun Sales

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Visiting New York City, Bernie Sanders Attacks Clinton, 'Greed' Of Wall Street

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