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Several potential 2016 contenders showed up at the meeting of the National Governors Association.
The Connecticut governor shrugs off controversy about her paid speaking gig at UConn in April.
More than 156 Palestinians have been killed in five days of bombardment.
He says the GOP shouldn't stop debating same-sex marriage, despite shifting national attitudes.
Despite an upcoming trip to Iowa, he says he's not preparing to launch a White House bid.
They agree to a complete audit of the presidential election and a national unity government.
The Missouri governor says Democratic presidential hopefuls could use a "voice in the heartland."
His announcement could throw up a roadblock for Republican plans.
He criticizes Paul for advocating policies he said would further endanger U.S. national security.
Activists on both sides of the debate point to the state to make their case around the country.