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Former Obama Adviser to Run for Maryland Governor
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Alec Ross, the former technology policy adviser in President Barack Obama’s State Department, announced that he is running for the Democratic nomination for governor of Maryland.

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Tax Reform Will Help Middle Class
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The White House’s tax reform announcement will help the middle class, and is not aimed at helping either Republicans or Democrats, according to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, deputy press secretary.

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Panel Chiefs Say Flynn May Have Violated Law Over Payments
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Leaders of the House Oversight Committee said former national security adviser Mike Flynn may have violated the law by failing to obtain required permission from the Army and State Department before receiving money from entities associated with the Russian and Turkish governments.

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The U.S. Makes It Easy for Parents to Get College Loans—Repaying Them Is Another Story
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The federal Parent Plus loan program has millions of borrowers, many with subprime credit ratings. Its default rate exceeds the rate for U.S. mortgages at the peak of the housing crisis, and the debt is almost impossible to extinguish through bankruptcy.

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White House Intervened to Toughen Letter on Iran Nuclear Deal
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The White House last week rejected a State Department letter that declared Iran in compliance with a landmark nuclear deal, insisting on far tougher wording, according to senior U.S. officials.

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Illegal Immigration Fell Before Trump Took Office, Study Says
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The number of people living in the U.S. illegally touched its lowest level in a decade in the final years of the Obama administration, according to a new report that underscores how undocumented immigration was already in decline ahead of President Donald Trump’s tougher border stance.

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Trump's Order on Sanctuary Cities Likely Unconstitutional, Judge Says
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A federal judge in San Francisco ruled that President Donald Trump’s executive order threatening to pull funding from sanctuary jurisdictions is likely unconstitutional, delivering a fresh legal blow to the administration’s immigration crackdown.

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