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Democratic presidential candidate and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says Democrats need to focus on "kitchen table issues" like jobs in order to beat President Trump in 2020. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Election 2020: Opening Arguments

Former Colorado Governor And 2020 Candidate Urges Distance From 'Socialism'

John Hickenlooper says Democrats are at risk of losing the next presidential election if they do not "stand up and say that we Democrats don't stand for socialism."

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Infants' Tylenol comes with a dosing syringe, while Children's Tylenol has a plastic cup. Both contain the same concentration of the active ingredient, acetaminophen. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Tylenol For Infants And Children Is The Same. Why Does 1 Cost 3 Times More?

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Reporter Jenny Gold and her husband, Alex Gourse, with their newborn son at Prentice Women's Hospital in Chicago two days after his birth. Courtesy of Bella Baby Photography hide caption

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I Went Through My Pregnancy With Strangers. It Was The Best Decision I Could've Made

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Mongoose Kid Yakima Slow
Long Jam Loop Yakima Slow
Beauty Is Like a Thing Fauness

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Former Colorado Governor And 2020 Candidate Urges Distance From 'Socialism'

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Kickinit Alone Kiefer
Deep Diver X.Y.R.
Illusion of Movement X.Y.R.
Flames of Herostratus If These Trees Could Talk
Rebuilding the Temple of Artemis If These Trees Could Talk
Tertiary Akasha System
Distance Akasha System
Further Than Your Headlights Wilson Tanner
Before Lotus Wilson Tanner
Living In A Box (Dance Mix) Living In A Box
With The Permission Of The Oil Burners Caught In the Wake Forever
I Will Always Let You Down Caught In the Wake Forever
Base Ana Caprix
It Means a Lot to Know You Care Cass McCombs

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is pictured under a national flag during a gathering with supporters on April 30, 2019. Delegates for both Guaidó and Nicolás Maduro are slated to hold direct talks in Norway this week aimed at ending the crisis in Venezuela. Federico Parra /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Delegates For Maduro, Guaidó To Meet For Talks On Ending Venezuela's Political Crisis

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