Bob Benenson

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Republican leaders in Congress are still reeling from inappropriate messages sent by former member Mark Foley to underage boys.

Congress to Investigate Members over Role in Foley Scandal

Republican leaders in Congress are still reeling from inappropriate messages sent by former member Mark Foley to underage boys.

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In the biggest primary day of the year, nine states and the District of Columbia have chosen candidates for the November elections.

Tuesday's Primaries and a Look toward November

In the biggest primary day of the year, nine states and the District of Columbia have chosen candidates for the November elections.

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