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Democratic National Committee Restores Bernie Sanders' Access To Voter Data

Bernie SandersThe Democratic National Committee agreed Friday night to reinstate Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) presidential campaign's access to its voter database, which had been suspended following a data breach.

The DNC blocked Sanders' access to the data Friday morning, after Sanders campaign staffers wrongly accessed voter information from rival Hillary Clinton's campaign on Wednesday.

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How the DNC Just Sabotaged Bernie Sanders' Campaign in One Devastating Move

sanders As chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Debbie Wasserman Schultz has spent the last 8 months using her position to put a lid on Bernie Sanders’ momentum. And after what was arguably the biggest week of the Sanders campaign, she may have finally succeeded.

Late Thursday night, the DNC took the drastic step of cutting off the Sanders campaign’s access to its comprehensive 50-state voter file that lists voter patterns and preferences, effectively shutting down the campaign’s voter outreach operations just over a month before the critical Iowa caucus and a little over 50 days before the New Hampshire primary.

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Donald Trump Doesn't Seem To Be Concerned That Vladimir Putin Kills Journalists

TrumpRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday seemed unconcerned that Russian President Vladimir Putin kills journalists who disagree with him.

Trump was pressed on his support for Putin by MSNBC host Joe Scarborough on "Morning Joe" Friday. The comments came a day after the Republican presidential hopeful and the Russian president publicly praised each other.

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Anti-Isis proposals floated at Republican debate would likely be war crimes

GP{ war crimes strategyCarpet-bombed cities, world war three and internet blockades were among the images conjured up by Republican candidates for president on Tuesday night, as the hopefuls took bellicose rhetoric to new heights over the inconveniences of law and fact.

Senator Ted Cruz struck arguably the most overtly belligerent tone of all the candidates, backtracking only slightly from his promise to “carpet bomb” Islamic State militants wherever they are. On Tuesday, he said he would “carpet bomb where Isis is, not a city, but the location of troops” with “directed” air power.

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Sheriff Arpaio revives birther controversy at Trump rally

Arpaio revives birther myuthDonald Trump's first post-debate event on Wednesday in Arizona kicked off with none other than Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who wasted no time in bringing up the birther controversy fueled by Trump himself.

"If you recall, five months ago, I introduced Donald Trump. At that time, I said a few things, we have something in common — the birth certificate investigation, which is still going on," Arpaio told the Mesa, Arizona, audience awaiting Trump, referencing the Republican presidential candidate's push in 2011 to get President Barack Obama to release his long-form birth certificate.

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DOJ: Trump’s Early Businesses Blocked Blacks

Trump blocked blacks in early businessWhen an African-American showed up to rent an apartment owned by a young real-estate scion named Donald Trump and his family, the building superintendent did what he claimed he’d been told to do. He allegedly attached a separate sheet of paper to the application, marked with the letter “C.”

“C” for “Colored.”

According to the Department of Justice, that was the crude code that ensured the rental would be denied.

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Republican Lawmakers Vocal In Opposition To Climate Deal

GOP ready to shred climate pactPresident Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry hailed the newly passed international climate change agreement as a major achievement that could help turn the tide on global warming, but got a quick reminder that Republicans will fight it all the way.

Obama said the climate agreement made Saturday night by almost 200 nations "can be a turning point for the world" and credited his administration for playing a key role. He and Kerry predicted it would prompt widespread spending on clean energy and help stem carbon pollution blamed for global warming.

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