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  1. Joe Gargan, at Chappaquiddick on that night, died last monthRead the original story

    Friday Jan 5 | Boston.com

    A central figure in one of Massachusetts greatest political scandals died last month with almost no notice - and particularly no note of the controversial role he played in the events that gripped the nation and left a dark hole in Ted Kennedy's otherwise distinguished Senate career. Joseph Gargan, Kennedy's close cousin, died Dec. 12 at age 87 at his Virginia home.

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  2. If California has the power to defy immigration laws, could it secede as well?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | The Hill

    Supporters of California's newly-minted status as a sanctuary state for illegal aliens have predictably hailed the move as an act of compassion. However, it's time to call this what it truly is: an act of rebellion by a state against the authority of the federal government that will endanger the lives of law enforcement officials and California residents.

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  3. A giant of the SenateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | NWAonline

    He's seen 'em come, he's seen 'em go, and now Utah's Orrin Hatch has decided to step down himself. With considerable urging from all those tired of being represented in the upper chamber by someone of his experience, distinction and undeniable record of accomplishment.

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  4. Rep. Kildee on CHIP, DACA: "Principle has to stand."Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | Michigan Radio

    It's a New Year, but for Congress, it all begins with a hangover from the Old Year: problems and issues left unresolved. The government is due to run out of funding on January 19, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program ends in March, and looming over everything, this week's erratic tweetstorm from President Trump.

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  5. JFK's nephew says Emanuel has plan to force black people out of ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | Fox News

    In a war of words between heavyweight names in the national Democratic establishment, a Kennedy running for governor has slammed Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for his alleged complicity in a gentrification plan that critics say is forcing African-Americans and other minorities out of the country's third-largest city. "I believe that black people are being pushed out of Chicago intentionally by a strategy that involves disinvestment in communities being implemented by the city administration," said Chris Kennedy, who is running for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination ahead of a March 20 primary.

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  6. Death No Escape from NYT Bias for Conservatives: Castro Treated Better Than Mormon PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | NewsBusters.org

    More proof that the New York Times' political bias extends into death. A backward glance at the paper's obituaries for contrasting political figures can tell you that.

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  7. At the Races: Escape HatchRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 4 | Roll Call

    The Senate is losing a longtime member - and a songwriter. Utah GOP Sen. Orrin G. Hatch is known for his compositions.

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  8. Hatch's retirement lets him leave at the height of his powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | Athens Banner-Herald

    In this Jan. 3, 1983, file photo, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, left, takes the oath of office of the U.S. Senate from Vice President George Bush as his wife Elaine looks on during the reenactment ceremony in the old Senate Chambers on Capitol Hill in Washington. Hatch said he will not seek re-election after serving more than 40 years in the U.S. Senate.

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  9. Hatch's retirement lets him leave at height ofaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | York Dispatch

    Hatch first won election to the Senate in 1976, when he made a case to voters that three-term Democrat Frank Moss had been in office too long. FILE - In this June 8, 2012, file photo, Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, left, walks alongside.

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  10. Finally, the race Mitt Romney can't loseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | Boston.com

    The moment Utah Senator Orrin Hatch announced he would not seek reelection next year, the political world buzzed around one question: Would former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney run for the job? Because, honestly, he would. Though there has not yet been major polling on a Romney candidacy, it's widely believed that his chances of winning a Utah Senate race this fall are all but given.

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  11. CommentsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 3 | Real Change

    Dr. Brian Johnston has been a pediatrician at a clinic at Harborview Medical Center for 20 years, and practiced in the field for 10 before that. He's passionate about children's health care, and in December he was pretty upset that Congress had, as of yet, refused to act to protect CHIP, the Children's Health Insurance Program.

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  12. White House hopes always run high in Massachusetts despite the state's sizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 25 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Massachusetts is known for many things -- fanatical sports fans, a sprawling Cape Cod shoreline and an accent that has stymied generations of actors -- not to mention a public water supply that sparks a Potomac fever every four years or so. In the past half century, the state has launched the failed candidacies of a string of presidential hopefuls from Republican Mitt Romney to Democrats John Kerry, Michael Dukakis, Paul Tsongas and Edward Kennedy.

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  13. President Trump and IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 25 | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    We always used to put a "moving the embassy" plank in the Democratic platform even though we never expected it to happen -- or even thought it should before the larger issues about Jerusalem were resolved.

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  14. Could Trump face a primary challenge from a Republican in 2020?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 24 | South China Morning Post

    Sitting presidents are typically considered shoo-ins as the nominee for their party at the end of the first term US President Donald Trump may face competition to be the Republican Party's nominee for the 2020 White House race if he decides to pursue a second term, a US senator said in an interview broadcast on Sunday. "I do believe if the president is running for re-election, if he continues on the path that he's on, that that's going to leave a huge swathe of voters looking for something else," Jeff Flake, one of the few elected Republicans to publicly criticise Trump, said in an interview on ABC's This Week .

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  15. Trump could face challenge in 2020 primary, Republican warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 24 | Channelnewsasia.com

    President Donald Trump turns to talk to the gathered media during a Christmas Eve video teleconference with members of the military at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, Dec 24, 2017. WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump may face competition to be the Republican party's nominee for the 2020 White House race if he decides to pursue a second term, a US senator said in an interview broadcast on Sunday .

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  16. A closer look at the searing evil of Ted KennedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 23 | American Thinker

    Teddy's description of the Chappaquiddick "accident" was enough to convict him of involuntary and voluntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment. The facts are simple.

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  17. Boat belonging to JFK to be on display in OklahomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 23 | Norwalk Citizen News

    "I was surprised when Eddy called and told me he bought a boat," said Jon Davidson, vice president of operations for Shangri-La Resort. "I didn't even know he liked boats."

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  18. Coming attractions: New movie Chappaquiddickmay threaten Kennedy mythologyRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 23 | Lucianne.com

    By the standards of the #MeToo movement, the late Senator Ted Kennedy was a monster, far worse than anything alleged about Harvey Weinstein. And he has never been held to account, by the media and historians, for his brutal crimes against women.

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  19. Ron Hart: My Add Christmas wish listRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 23 | Northwest Florida Daily News

    Or he'll continue to be a leader in Alabama; he currently leads the state in most proms attended.

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  20. Ron Hart's Official Christmas Wish List: Attention Deficit Disorder EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 23 | The Daily Caller

    It is Christmas, and he can hang around the mall until the kiosks close. Or he'll continue to be a leader in Alabama; he currently leads the state in most proms attended.

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