Lesley Clark

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Presidents Obama and Putin shook hands as Obama arrived in Russia for the  G20  summit today, but that's apparently as close as they're going to get.

At the Economic Summit, Syria Takes Center Stage

Presidents Obama and Putin shook hands as Obama arrived in Russia for the G20 summit today, but that's apparently as close as they're going to get.

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If you live in California and care at all about a sudden change of leadership in this state, you’ll want to vote in the 2021 recall election.

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