Winners and Losers From The October Democratic Debate

The fourth Democratic debate is over, after 12 candidates jousted over three hours.

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New Study: Full-Scale ‘Medicare for All’ Costs $32 Trillion over Ten Years

A new study finds that a full-scale single-payer health insurance program, also called “Medicare for All,” would cost about $32 trillion over 10 years.

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5 Ways The Trump Impeachment Inquiry Will loom Large at Tuesday’s Democratic Debate

Twelve Democratic 2020 candidates will crowd the stage in Westerville, Ohio, on Tuesday for the biggest presidential debate of the election cycle.

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2020 Election: Pete Buttigieg’s National Security Vision

Continuing John Ubaldi’s look at the 2020 Democratic candidates, we turn to Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Bend, Indiana.

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Furious Republicans Prepare to Rebuke Trump on Syria

Congressional Republicans appear poised to hand President Trump a stinging rebuke of his Turkey and Syria policy when lawmakers return to Washington this week.

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Exclusive: Trump’s New National Security Adviser Plans to retrun NSC to traditional Coordinating Role

President Donald Trump’s new national security adviser, Robert O’Brien, said on Thursday he plans to reduce the size of the National Security Council by about a third in coming months and limit the NSC’s role to gathering options for Trump rather than directing foreign policy.

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