Nia-Malika Henderson

Washington Post

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National political reporter at the Washington Post; former White House reporter for Politico

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With  President Obama  supposedly on the ropes, Republican candidates last night engaged in  pitched battles  with one another.

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During last night's debate,  Newt Gingrich  warned other presidential candidates against bickering as a way to get to the White House.

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During last night's debate, Newt Gingrich warned other presidential candidates against bickering as a way to get to the White House.

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The  First Lady  and the Surgeon General have joined the Centers for Disease Control in the  campaign against obesity , especially among children.

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The First Lady and the Surgeon General have joined the Centers for Disease Control in the campaign against obesity , especially among children.

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