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Why this guide?

This research guide aims to help those studying Poltical Science. Resources in this guide include various databases, newspaper archives, newfeeds, and other resources available through the campus library system. 

Washington Post: The Fix

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epa03888193 The US Capitol building is seen reflected in the Capitol Reflection Pool after sunset in Washington DC, USA, 28 September 2013. As a possible government shutdown looms ahead, the House is expected to vote on two amendments to a Senate-passed continuing resolution to keep the government open and stop as much of the Affordable Care Act, or 'Obamacare', as possible. The two amendments will delay Obamacare by one year and repeal a medical device tax. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

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President Obama offered a moment of silence and presented an American flag to President Park Geun-hye of South Korea on Friday in memory of the many lives lost on the sunken ferry Sewol. CreditStephen Crowley/The New York Times


Political Cartoon of the Week

David Fitzsimmons - The Arizona Star - Ferguson don't shoot - English - Ferguson, race

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