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Hillary Clinton Dodges Shoe Thrown At Her During Las Vegas Speech (Video)

During a speech at an  Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries meeting in Las Vegas on Thursday, a woman threw what she described as a shoe (but seemed to include other objects as well) at former secretary of state Hillary Clinton who was the convention's main speaker.

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Concerns Grow In Ukraine Over Pro Russian Demonstrations In The Crimea Region
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Biden Calls New Ukraine Leader, Pledges Support

Vice President Joe Biden has told Ukraine's new prime minister that the U.S. welcomes the formation of the country's new government.

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Arkansas ex-Treasurer Due in Court on New Charges

An arraignment is scheduled for former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner on charges that she misspent thousands of dollars in campaign money on personal items.

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House Holds Closed Hearing On Syria
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Fleming: Louisiana Prefers Conservative to Beat Landrieu

A lot of conservatives are wondering if Congressman Bill Cassidy is the best choice to take on Mary Landrieu.

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Shreveport Mayoral Candidate Melvin Slack Arrested for Hit-and-Run, Marijuana

Shreveport mayoral candidate Melvin Slack was arrested this morning.

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Former Gov. Edwin Edwards Considering Run for Congress

A former Louisiana governor and ex-convict is considering a run for Congress.

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Vitter Reacts To Poll Naming Robertson Favorite in Landrieu Senate Race

Last week, a poll came out that named Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson the favorite to win Mary Landrieu's senate seat.

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New Orleans Mayor Testifies At Senate Hearing On Hurricane Katrina
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Vitter: Louisiana Corruption Culture Affects Economic Development

Former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin was convicted yesterday on 20 of his 21 corruption charges and Senator David Vitter says convictions like that are necessary.

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Phil Robertson Ahead of Landrieu in Senate Race Poll

It's a tight race between Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu and Republican Congresman Bill Cassidy. But a new poll shows that if Phil Robertson ran against Landrieu, he'd be the favorite.

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Obama to Raise Minimum Wage for Contract Workers

President Barack Obama is raising the minimum wage for federal contractors from $7.25 to $10.10.

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