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Trump calls for death penalty for drug dealers 'where appropriate'
President Trump unveiled his plan to tackle the opioid epidemic in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Web Extra: Read an Excerpt of Ben Carson's 'America the Beautiful'
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Rep. Allen West's Chick-fil-A Treat Gnaws at Black Caucus
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus have lunched on their fair share of fried chicken, but when the group’s only Republican member, Rep. Allen West of Florida, brought Chick-fil-A for his turn to provide lunch, “every member” of the group was offended, caucus member Rep....
The Note's Must-Reads for Wednesday, August 10, 2011
The Note's Must-Reads are a round-up of today's political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News Digital News Associates Jayce Henderson, Jacqueline Fernandez and...
The Tea Party: A Very Brief History
Like any successful party it has everyone talking would seem like a fat at the beginning has become a powerful national movement capable of upsetting conventional wisdom but. How the hub really gets started as we bear down on the vital mid term elections John Berman brings us. A very brief history.
What Is the Tea Party? A Growing State of Mind
Frustrated Tea Party Supporters Describe Themselves as 'Just Average Folks'
Gibbs and Liberal Talk Show Host Cuss At One Another Over Health Insurance Companies
It’s not unheard of for White House press secretary Robert Gibbs to go after particular members of the media. What is unusual, however, is for Gibbs to get into a spat with a liberal media figure who has in general been supportive of President Obama.
Tea Party Activists Gaining Steam Across the Country
From Florida to California, Conservatives Are Challenging Moderate Republicans
'Tea party' movement takes protest to Washington
Conservative Activists Plan to Protest What They Call Out-of-Control Government Spending.
The Tea Parties
As thousands of voters make their way to "Tea Party" protests today, former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, R-Texas, whose conservative group "FreedomWorks" is part of these activities, weighs in on the importance of the protests in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution...