Schumer decries ‘awful’ conditions at migrant detention facility
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Schumer decries ‘awful’ conditions at migrant detention facility

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called out the Trump administration for conditions at migrant holding facilities after he led a dozen Democrats to view conditions on the border.…

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Democrats say White House offer on budget deal has ‘nonstarters’
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Democrats say White House offer on budget deal has ‘nonstarters’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been locked in negotiations for days, hoping to clinch a deal by week’s end that would stave off $126 billion in automatic spending…

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Trump accuses media of siding with freshman congresswomen in ‘sick partnership’
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Trump accuses media of siding with freshman congresswomen in ‘sick partnership’

President Donald Trump attacked the media after news reports showed attendees at his North Carolina rally chanting "send her back," referring to Rep. Ilhan Omar. | Tasos Katopodis/Getty…

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John Delaney on garbage plates, the pope, American flag tattoos
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John Delaney on garbage plates, the pope, American flag tattoos

Democratic presidential candidate former U.S. Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., walks during the Fourth of July Parade in Amherst. | Mary Schwalm/AP Photo 2020 elections John Delaney on garbage…

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‘He doesn’t have any new ideas’: John Delaney bashes Biden
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‘He doesn’t have any new ideas’: John Delaney bashes Biden

Democratic candidate John Delaney said he was forced to “wedge” himself into discussions in June’s debate in Miami because “it was pretty obvious I wasn’t going to get…

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Democrats’ ban on lobbyists’ cash isn’t as strict as it seems
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Democrats’ ban on lobbyists’ cash isn’t as strict as it seems

Sen. Kamala Harris' campaign received $2,000 from Courtney Snowden, who works for Juul Labs as senior director of strategic partnerships. | Justin Sullivan/Getty Images 2020 elections Democrats’ ban…

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Trump officials pressing to slash refugee admissions to zero next year
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Trump officials pressing to slash refugee admissions to zero next year

Protestors come out against migrant detention in New York City. More than 29,000 refugees have completed USCIS interviews, a major step in the process to being granted travel…

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Harris, Biden to face off again as CNN, DNC pick second debate lineups
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Harris, Biden to face off again as CNN, DNC pick second debate lineups

Candidates take the stage for the first Democratic debates of the 2020 election. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images 2020 elections Harris, Biden to face off again as CNN, DNC…

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Trump taps Scalia’s son for Labor secretary
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Trump taps Scalia’s son for Labor secretary

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images white house Trump taps Scalia’s son for Labor secretary The nomination of Eugene Scalia could become a base-pleaser for Trump, who as a candidate built…

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Trump’s trusted playbook: Rile up a crowd, then recant
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Trump’s trusted playbook: Rile up a crowd, then recant

President Donald Trump has shown no sign of a course correction, despite distancing himself from his supporters’ controversial chant. | M. Scott Mahaskey/Politico white house Trump’s field-tested strategy:…

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