Katie Zezima

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Veteran White House reporters say the vague promise that the president will take questions in the  briefing room  has become all too common.

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Veteran White House reporters say the vague promise that the president will take questions in the briefing room has become all too common.

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New Hampshire has experienced a huge increase in heroin and prescription drug addiction over the last decade.

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New Hampshire has experienced a huge increase in heroin and prescription drug addiction over the last decade.

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