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Monday, April 19, 2021

House bid to sell oil from reserve fails

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The House of Representatives on Thursday failed to pass legislation intended to cool off gasoline prices by requiring the government to sell 70 million barrels of light sweet crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the national stockpile.

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Hagel chides candidates on Iraq

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel, fresh from an Iraq trip with Democrat Barack Obama, said the presidential candidates should focus on the war’s future and stop arguing over the success of last year’s troop surge….

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McCain takes swipe at Obama for Berlin speech

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Reuters) – Republican John McCain said on Thursday he would like to give a speech in Germany as U.S. president not as a White House candidate, taking a swipe at rival Barack Obama while the Democrat gave a major address in Berlin.

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Two-thirds of Hispanics back Obama: study

PHOENIX (Reuters) – Two-thirds of U.S. Hispanic voters support Democrat Barack Obama for president over Republican John McCain and the partisan gap among the United States’ fastest growing voter bloc is broader than at any point this decade, a study found.

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Poll: Split on New Yorker cover

WASHINGTON (AP) — Add one more item to the long list of disagreements between Democrats and Republicans: Whether it was appropriate for The New Yorker magazine to publish a cover satirizing Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and his wife as fist-bumping radicals….

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