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Bernie Sanders: "I'd like to see the DNC have more debates"

Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders says Democrats should be "debating all over this country" during primary season.
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Traffic deaths rising with speed limits
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Doctors losing licenses amid opioid epidemic
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Group behind states' religious freedom laws speaks out
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Syria holds elections amid civil war
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Russian jets buzz U.S. warship
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CDC confirms Zika link to microcephaly
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U.S. Navy ship has close encounter with Russian aircraft
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Is Bernie Sanders picking up momentum in New York?
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Oblivious couple makeout through armed robbery
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RNC chairman to Trump: "Give us a break"
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Watch: Teacher's aide rescues boy choking on penny
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