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U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice
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Obama Defends Rice in Face of GOP Opposition

Senate Republicans are making it clear that they won't back down from their vow to block Susan Rice's nomination, if the U.N. ambassador is chosen to succeed Hillary Rodham Clinton as Secretary of State.

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Doctor (FILE)

South Dakota Health Care Providers Urge Medicaid Expansion

South Dakota doctors and hospitals are urging the state to expand its Medicaid program so thousands of additional low-income residents can receive coverage.

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President Obama has Emotional Moment with Staff

Even if you weren't hoping for Obama to win reelection this week, you have to admit that he seems very grateful he did. We can tell because he started crying in front of a bunch of people.

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Voters go to the polls in predominantly Latino neighborhood
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Obama’s Big Hispanic Win Worries GOP

Exit polls say Romney, who has backed hard-line immigration measures, won only 27 percent of Hispanics.

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A sign of President Barack Obama's re-election
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2012 Election Shows a Nation Still Divided

The election laid bare a dual - and dueling - nation, politically speaking, jaggedly split down the middle on the presidency and torn over much else.

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United States Capitol (FILE)

New Government Much Like the Old Government?

Yet, after it all, this long political road has produced a new government that looks a whole lot like the old government.

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Obama Campaigns In Midwest Swing States One Day Before Election Day
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Barack Obama Wins!

Barack Obama has won re-election to a second term as president, beating back a fierce challenge from Republican Mitt Romney.

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Barack Obama and Mitt Romney
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Candidates Congratulate Each Other on Strong Campaigns

An era of good feeling? Well, after a year of brutal campaigning there was a moment of good feeling between the two campaigns, even before the polls closed.

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A ballot sits on a table
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What South Dakota Voters Are Saying

Thousands of people voted across South Dakota on Tuesday for president, U.S. House and various ballot initiatives. Here's what they said about why they cast their votes.

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People arrive to vote at a polling station
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Obama Wins Vermont, Romney Takes Kentucky

The polls are starting to close in the eastern United States, and President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney each have an early victory.

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