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Melania Trump, Michelle Obama
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Did Melania Trump Plagiarize RNC Speech?

The first day of the Republican National Convention ended with an unexpected controversy.

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Mike Pence with Donald Trump
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Donald Trump Makes His V.P. Selection of Mike Pence Official Via Twitter

The news leaked yesterday. Today it became official.

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Donald Trump and Mike Pence
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Donald Trump to Name Mike Pence as Running Mate

Sources report that Donald Trump will announce his selection of Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate.

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New Sioux Falls City Council Flexing Their Muscles [OPINION]

The four new Sioux Falls City Council Members and one of the newer members are sending a message to Mayor Mike Huether and the community. Business as usual is changing.

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Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Sodas Are Here to Quench Your Sugary Thirst

You may find these drinks easier to stomach than these candidates.

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Bernie Sanders Officially Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

At a campaign event in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Senator Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) formally endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. The two had been rivals for the last year, in a closer-than-expected Democratic primary race.

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FBI Recommends No Charges Against Hillary Clinton in Email Probe

FBI Director James Comey announced Monday morning that the agency will not recommend prosecutorial charges against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The FBI had been investigating her usage of a private email server during her tenure at the State Department.

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Foes Predict Tough Politics for Medicaid Expansion in 2017

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Opponents of Medicaid expansion say Gov. Dennis Daugaard's chances of broadening eligibility for the program have likely diminished.

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When Was The Last Time South Dakota Went ‘Blue’?

South Dakota has been a political 'Red' state forever, right? Well, not forever but yes, quite a while! Here's the last time South Dakota went Presidential 'Blue'.

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Capitol Flags at Half-Staff in Memory of Former Lawmaker

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Gov. Dennis Daugaard has ordered flags at the Capitol flown at half-staff for the day in memory of former state legislator Glen McVay.

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