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Young Americans grow more liberal, but identify as independent, according to new study.
Putin continues his defense of the situation in Ukraine.
Kirsten Gillibrand says legislation to strip commanders of their power to decide which sexual-assault cases are prosecuted would have succeeded if President Obama had pushed for it.
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