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Marco Rubio sets off scheduling scramble at summit

Despite the balmy weather down in Cartegena, Colombia last month during the Summit of the Americas (yes, that one--the one with the Secret Service johns), there was a brief frost in the air among the members of Congress attending the confab. Read full article >>
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