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Romney calls for foreign aid overhaul at Clinton Global Initiative event

NEW YORK — President Obama and his rival, Mitt Romney, appeared within hours of each other Tuesday at the global charitable gathering hosted by President Bill Clinton, each choosing to focus on how the United States can better promote prosperity and human rights abroad and at home.

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Obama devotes CGI speech to human trafficking

A few hours after Mitt Romney appeared at the global charitable gathering hosted by former President Bill Clinton to explain how the United States can better promote prosperity and human rights abroad, it was President Obama’s turn to do the same. Obama gave an impassioned speech against human trafficking, noting that some girls sold off by poor families are no older than his two daughters.

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The all-important early vote, and how to track it

Voting in the 2012 election is underway. And yes, you read that correctly.

Several states have already begun accepting completed absentee ballots, and in-person early voting has even begun in three states: South Dakota, Idaho and Vermont. As for the swing states, absentee ballots are already being returned in North Carolina, Wisconsin, New Hampshire and Virginia, while in-person early voting starts in the first swing state, Iowa, on Thursday and another, Ohio, next Tuesday.

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‘I don’t mean to be terribly partisan, but I kind of am’

GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Tuesday that contributions by teachers’ unions to the Democratic Party represent an “extraordinary conflict of interest” because many times those unions will be sitting across the table from Democratic lawmakers in negotiating their contract terms.

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Brown on war cry video: ‘Something I don’t condone’

Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) does not approve of staffers whooping “war chants” and making “tomahawk chops” when confronting supporters of Democrat Elizabeth Warren at a recent rally.

“It is certainly something that I don’t condone,” Brown told WCVB when asked about the video. “The real offense is that [Warren] said she was white and then checked the box saying she is Native American, and then she changed her profile in the law directory once she made her tenure.”

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#5in5: In Pennsylvania, ‘Daytime for Obama’ woos senior citizens

MT. LEBANON, Pa. — Step inside Vinnie’s Barber Shop on Monday afternoons and you’re likely to be greeted by Flo Gaskill. She wears an oversized bonnet ringed by buttons with the faces of President Obama and Michelle Obama and the SEIU logo.

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Obama tells U.N.: U.S. will ‘always stand up’ for freedom around the world

NEW YORK — President Obama urged world leaders Tuesday to condemn the recent deadly attacks against U.S. diplomats and missions in Libya and Egypt, suggesting that now is a key moment in the struggle for democratic freedom in the Muslim world.

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Washington Post poll: Brown leads Mandel in Ohio Senate race

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) holds a substantial lead over Republican challenger Josh Mandel with six weeks left until Election Day, according to a new Washington Post poll released Tuesday, giving Democrats some breathing room in a race where outside groups have put nearly $20 million toward defeating the incumbent.

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5 takeaways from the Washington Post Ohio and Florida polls

This morning the Post released two new polls in Ohio and Florida — both of which showed President Obama running ahead of former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney in perhaps the two most critical swing states in the country.

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Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan kick off Ohio bus tour

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, are hitting the road together again, this time on a bus tour through the battleground state of Ohio as a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows President Obama surging ahead of them in the Buckeye State.

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