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The Kentucky Republican is the first major party candidate to solicit campaign money from the burgeoning pot business
Senior Obama administration officials had asked for Clinton's email address back in 2009
His campaign is hoping for a strong showing in New Hampshire to propel him into the big leagues
Cuba will also establish an embassy in Washington
Univision calls suit "factually false and legally ridiculous"; storm continues to grow over Trump's remarks about Mexicans
The federal agency's charter expired for the first time since the Great Depression
The United States and Cuba reached an agreement Tuesday to formally open embassies in each other's capitals
Obama talked about the landmark week in his presidency, which included passage of Trade Promotion Authority, the Supreme Court decisions upholding Obamacare and legalizing same-sex marriage, respectively
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie became the 14th Republican candidate to enter the 2016 election
The Labor Department is proposing to raise the salary cap for workers eligible for overtime pay

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