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Monday, November 7, 2011

Re: NEW: Oakland protester shot by rubber bullet while filming cops

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  Top Stories for November 7, 2011

Poll: Ohio anti-union bill headed for defeat

Jack Abramoff: 'The whole system' is corrupt

Vandals leave Reagan statue leaning left

Oakland protester shot by rubber bullet while filming cops

Boehner defends the 1%: 'How much more do you want them to pay?'

The top 3 things to do in every encounter with the police

GOP lawmaker: I didn't agree to marry Norquist forever

Activists push for end to U.S.-Canada pipeline plan

Poll: Mississippi's 'Personhood Amendment' will be a close vote

Cain gets stumped by question at Cain-Gingrich debate

During the Herman Cain-Newt Gingrich debate Saturday evening, the former CEO of Godfather's Pizza had another not-so-presidential moment in a rocky week for him. When asked by Americans for Prosperity Texas chairman Ben Streusand on whether he would favor either a "defined benefit plan" or "premium support" for Medicare, Cain's confusion was apparent. Read more ›

Ron Paul: Endorsing GOP nominee 'would defy everything I believe in'

At least one Republican presidential candidate says he will be "reluctant" support his party's eventual nominee. On Sunday, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) told Fox News host Chris Wallace that if he loses, he will "probably not" endorse another any of the other candidates. Read more ›


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