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Democrats' ads assailing them are full of images designed to make ordinary Americans bristle.
Critics spend the past few days pillorying the president for appearing out of touch.
He was held by an Al Qaeda-linked group fighting the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
He says there are enough new jobs to more than fill the Green Bay Packers stadium.
He says he didn't criticize Ted Cruz because of a need for a uniform front.
Sen. Rand Paul says his foreign policy would attract independents and "even some Democrats."
John McCain says the killing "was sort of the catalyst on what was already brewing out there."
"As far as myself and my family, this is a decision we're going to take very seriously," he says.
Jesse Jackson compares the fatal shooting of Michael Brown to a "state execution."
But he adds the police officer responsible for killing Michael Brown might not be charged.
"This is not like the earthquake in San Francisco. All of this could have been avoided," he says.
He says the well-funded terror group has ambitions to strike the United States.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 strikes the northern San Francisco Bay area.
The White House is aware that anything Obama says immediately gets filtered through polarization.
The review will focus on if it is appropriate for local police departments to receive military gear.
Southern Democrats in tight races want to energize the black vote without relying on the president.
She challenges Hillary Clinton and John McCain to take the challenge for ALS research.
Emails show he was deeply involved in raising money for an ostensibly independent super PAC.
They are rallying in New York City over the death of an unarmed black man by a white police officer.
Trade officials argue that judging their record by the number of cases they've filed is unfair.