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It seems like every election, some observers suggest that the polls are biased against one party. They’re often wrong. In 2012, many thought the polls were biased against Republicans, but they ended up being biased against Democrats. In 2014, many argued that the polls could be biased against Democrats, but they were biased against Republicans instead. Some years there has been no bias. Faced with these results, the bias seems unpredictable.Read full article >>
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-- Ed O'Keefe on this week in Congress: House and Senate negotiators are nearing a deal on a $1 trillion spending plan likely to be unveiled late Monday. That will give members less than 48 hours to review the bill before the House votes by the end of Wednesday and the Senate votes Thursday, when the latest continuing resolution is set to expire.Read full article >>
President Obama went to the hospital to get a sore throat checked out Saturday.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Obama has been complaining of a sore throat. His doctor, Ronny L. Jackson, recommended some tests.Read full article >>