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CNN's Jim Acosta digs into Maine governor Paul LePage's history of controversial comments after he denies making harsh remarks about Pres. Obama last week.
With his meteoric rise and potential Senate candidacy, Newark Mayor Cory Booker has many comparing him to Pres. Obama. Jim Acosta reports on the man expected to win today's Democratic primary in New Jersey.
Washington no longer has a monopoly on bitter partisanship. Much of the nation's political rancor has spread to statehouses across the country. And the weekly demonstrations outside the North Carolina legislature, dubbed "Moral Mondays," are only the latest example.
As they have for three months, liberal activists rallied once again on Monday outside the GOP-dominated statehouse to protest what they see as an aggressive and fast-moving conservative agenda.FULL STORY
An Icelandic businessman has offered to help NSA leaker Edward Snowden flee to Iceland to seek asylum.
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Paula Deen's ex-publicist reacts to the Food Network's decision to not renew Deen's contract over the use of racial slurs.
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Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, reiterated Thursday that the situation in Syria is growing more dire by the day, and he blasted the Obama administration for not doing enough to stop it.
"The Middle East is about to erupt," McCain said on CNN's "The Situation Room." "This is turning into a regional conflict."FULL STORY
Homeowner Dale Mielke tells CNN's Jim Acosta how he was able to save his house from the wildfire in Colorado.