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U.S. voters would pick a Democratic candidate for a generic seat in Congress over a Republican by a 15-point margin if the election was held this week. (iStock)

Democrats would beat Republicans 51-36 in hypothetical congressional election held today: Poll

By Anna Giaritelli |
U.S. voters would pick a Democratic candidate for a generic seat in Congress over a Republican by a 15-point margin if the election was held...

Russia denies violating Cold War-era arms control treaty

By Joel Gehrke |

"The Americans have failed to provide hard facts to substantiate their accusations,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova sa...

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Al Franken's replacement adds another big voice for corn ethanol in the Senate

By John Siciliano |

Tina Smith was a key proponent in helping to expand "Minnesota's clean energy economy" during her time as lieutenant governor, Gov. Mark Day...

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Trump's approval rating plummets among women

By Gabby Morrongiello |

The percentage of women who approve of Trump's job performance has declined 12 points since September, to 24 percent.

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