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Washington Week panelists discuss Hillary Clinton's new book

September 12, 2017
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is out with a new book of her reflections of what happened in her campaign and explanations of what went wrong.
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Edith Windsor, who fought to overturn DOMA, dies at 88

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June 28, 2013
“I lived with and loved Thea Spyer for more than four decades in love and joy.”

President Donald Trump strikes a deal with Democrats

September 8, 2017
Our panelists discussed if the president’s alliance with Democrats could spark a Republican rebellion.
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Donald Trump Jr. testifies before Senate committee, Steve Bannon vs. Gary Cohn

September 8, 2017
Donald Trump’s eldest son testified before a Senate committee looking into Russian meddling this week.
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From the Vault: President Barack Obama signs DACA

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September 6, 2017
As lawmakers debate the future of these immigrants, we take a look back to our June 15, 2012 show, when President Obama first signed DACA.

Washington debates funding for Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts

September 1, 2017
As Hurricane Harvey dissipates, the recovery effort in Texas is just beginning.
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The relationship between President Trump and Gen. John Kelly, Trump's tax plan, and collection of pay gap data stops

September 1, 2017
The panelists also discussed details of the president’s new tax plan, along with a recent White House move that’ll stop the collection of data looking at how much businesses pay workers of different genders and races.

President Trump changes course in Afghanistan, battles with Republicans

August 25, 2017
The panelists discussed some of the big events during the president’s week, including his debrief to Americans about his Afghanistan strategy and a campaign-style rally in Arizona.
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Could the 2020 presidential race see a unity ticket?

August 25, 2017
Kasich and Hickenlooper are reportedly considering joining forces for a 2020 presidential ticket.