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The wife of Vice President Mike Pence will visit Fort Campbell to highlight new efforts to create employment solutions for military spouses.

A statement from the Office of the Second Lady says Karen Pence will be joined by the Secretary of Defense’s wife, Leah Esper, in Friday's visit to the Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee border. Pence will speak to military spouses, meet with military leadership and visit the Intrepid Spirit Center at Fort Campbell's art therapy program.

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Vice President Mike Pence praised Kentucky’s effort Thursday to combat the opioid epidemic saying more federal money is being invested to help the progress being made in the region.

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Kentucky's Republican governor says he's expecting campaign visits from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to support his reelection campaign this year.

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Vice President Mike Pence was in Lexington on Friday to help raise money for Gov. Matt Bevin’s re-election effort.

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Vice President Mike Pence will appear at a fundraiser for Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin. 

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Vice President Mike Pence on Friday told a crowd of conservatives in Tennessee that a win by Democrat Phil Bredesen would help the U.S. Senate become the center of the Democratic resistance.

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Vice President Mike Pence is throwing his support behind U.S. Rep. Diane Black just days before a heated four-way Republican primary election for Tennessee governor.

You've heard of POTUS.

You've heard of FLOTUS.

But have you heard of BOTUS?

That would be BUNNY of the United States. Real name: Marlon Bundo. Bundo for short.

The little black-and-white bunny — named after Marlon Brando — belongs to Vice President Pence's daughter Charlotte and lives with the second family at the Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C.

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Vice President Mike Pence has brought his boss's tough-on-trade theme to Kentucky bourbon country.

Vice President Pence, who will lead the U.S. delegation at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang on Friday, says he is prepared to announce the "toughest" economic sanctions yet on North Korea.

At the start of a six-day visit to Japan and South Korea, the vice president said the U.S. "will soon unveil the toughest and most aggressive round of economic sanctions on North Korea ever — and we will continue to isolate North Korea until it abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile programs once and for all."

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