Linda Feldmann

Christian Science Monitor

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White House correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor

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In 2012, Democrats beat anti-abortion Republicans by invoking what they called a "war against women."

Abortion Makes a Comeback in This Year's Midterm Elections

In 2012, Democrats beat anti-abortion Republicans by invoking what they called a "war against women."

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Politicos say all kinds of things on shows like Meet the Press. Last Sunday, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs  said  that Republicans could win the House this fall.

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Politicos say all kinds of things on shows like Meet the Press. Last Sunday, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said that Republicans could win the House this fall.

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Politicos say all kinds of things on shows like Meet the Press. Last Sunday, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs  said  that Republicans could win the House this fall.

It's Busy Inside the Beltway: Politics Are Sizzling in DC

Politicos say all kinds of things on shows like Meet the Press. Last Sunday, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said that Republicans could win the House this fall.

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