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11:40am

Mon March 7, 2011
It's All Politics

Mitt Romney: Abolish 'ObamaCare' (RomneyCare Was Different)

Mitt Romney, who is clearly on a path to run again for the Republican presidential nomination, made a speech Saturday in New Hampshire (a critical waystation on that road) that attracted much notice.

In it, the former Massachusetts governor called for the repeal of the new health care law perjoratively called "ObamaCare" by its critics.

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11:40am

Mon March 7, 2011
The Two-Way

Obama: Those Around Gadhafi 'Will Be Held Accountable'

Saying he wanted to send a "clear message ... to those who are around Col. [Moammar] Gadhafi," President Obama just said that those who are with the Libyan leader have a "choice to make about how they operate moving forward and they will be held accountable" if the attacks on anti-government protesters continue.

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11:30am

Mon March 7, 2011
The Two-Way

Hearing On 'Muslim Radicalization' Misses Greater Threats, Congressman Says

In the days leading up to Thursday's hearing before the House Homeland Security Committee on what Chairman Peter King (R-NY) warns is the threat from a radicalization of Muslims in the U.S., Tell Me More is having conversations with people on all sides of the debate over whether the hearing will be illuminating or inflammatory.

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10:05am

Mon March 7, 2011
The Two-Way

Signs Of Life On A Meteorite? Maybe

While we would love to write a headline saying that proof has been found that life does (or has) existed somewhere else in the universe, we're going to go with the advice of astrophysicist Adam Frank over at the 13.7 blog.

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10:02am

Mon March 7, 2011
Africa

Libyan Rebels Try To Regroup After Setback

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 10:17 am

President Obama vowed Monday that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime "will be held accountable for whatever violence continues to take place there."
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Libyan fighter jets pounded a rebel-held oil port Monday as President Obama warned that the U.S. was still considering a range of responses to the conflict, including "potential military options."

Obama said NATO was consulting in Brussels and emphasized that he wanted to send a clear message to Moammar Gadhafi's regime.

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