Republicans finally start to accept Donald Trump as the GOP presidential nominee.
Senator Rand Paul takes four different positions on Syria.
Congress evolves on gay marriage.
Papa Bear dubs the gay marriage argument "compelling" but condemns Bill Clinton for flip-flopping.
Fifty-eight percent of Americans support gay marriage, including Republican Senator Rob Portman.
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John McCain recalibrates his level of outrage on Benghazi and the Iraq War.
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The NRA's Wayne LaPierre was for universal background checks before he was against them.
Tensions rise in North Korea, and environmentalist Michael Shellenberger defends nuclear energy.
Blogger Andrew Sullivan talks about Europe, the election and Barack Obama's moderate policies.
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Romney leans Obama in the third and final presidential debate.
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John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi make a final plea to undecided voters.
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Mitt Romney promises real foreign policy leadership by following Obama's lead in the final debate.
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Mitt Romney flip-flops on the Blunt amendment and coins the phrase "binders full of women."
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After dishing out incredible promises of free stuff, Mitt Romney leads President Obama in the polls.
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Leonard Nimoy narrates the RNC biographical film, "Mitt Romney: A Human Being Who Built That."
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Fox News suggests President Obama's support of gay marriage is politics as usual.
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