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Bernie Sanders vs. Hillary Clinton: Sanders Campaign Dubs Clinton's Family Tax

The proposal is the newest iteration of a long-time Clinton proposal. "It enables seniors to remain in their own homes, maintain independence, save costs, and still obtain the support they need". Clinton added that those families earning less than $250,000 a year would be spared from the escalation of taxes, which would eventually be directed to offer tax breaks to caregivers.

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Bernie Sanders, Martin O'Malley attack Hillary Clinton on Wall Street donors

Clinton's campaign in particular has benefited from large donations by Wall Street bankers. Under her proposals, he said, the wealthiest Americans would "finally start paying their fair share, not force the middle class to pay even more than they already do".

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Envy Is The Inspiration For most Facebook Posts, Reveals a Study!

Researchers say Facebook leads users to feel their lives are unfulfilled by comparison, and react by creating posts that portray their best selves. Instead, according to Benbasat, travel photos - the biggest factor in fuelling Facebook envy - aren't supposed to around jealousy but only represent your Facebook friends' attempts to keep up.

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Chicago Burger King manager says police tampered with footage of teen's death

The Burger King is yards from where McDonald, 17, fell when the first few rounds from Officer Jason Van Dyke struck him. While we know more about what happened the night of October 20, 2014, it's what happened hours later, inside the Burger King, that federal investigators are still fleshing out.

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Obama condemns Colorado Planned Parenthood shootings: "Enough is Enough"

After a three-hour standoff with police, three people were killed - including a police officer - while several more were injured before the gunman was taken into custody. Four other officers were injured in the shooting. In contrast, all three Democratic presidential candidates have issued statements about the attack as has President Barack Obama.

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Bernie Sanders wants to bring back deported immigrants

Sanders' plan would ask Homeland Security officials to bring back people who have been "wrongfully deported". If she does get the Dem's nomination, the challenge for Hillary Clinton will be very different. Sanders was criticized by many pundits for pivoting too quickly in his opening remarks during the second Democratic debate on November 14 from expressing shock and disgust over the attacks that killed 130 people to his signature campaign issue of fixing an economy that has been rigged by a ...