Inside the crazy race to replace Mark Meadows
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Inside the crazy race to replace Mark Meadows

The race itself has drawn national interest because of its connection to Meadows, one of the president’s closest congressional allies. And the insinuation that he is actively working…

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Warren on the ropes
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Warren on the ropes

In interviews Wednesday night on CNN and MSNBC, she didn’t lean into those contrasts — instead sticking to her corruption-focused, policy-heavy message and a call to unite the…

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Klobuchar gets a grilling
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Klobuchar gets a grilling

Days after her surprising third-place finish in the New Hampshire primary, Klobuchar is facing a storm as aspects of her record get more scrutiny in the presidential campaign.…

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Trump weighs travel ban expansion in coming days
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Trump weighs travel ban expansion in coming days

Nonetheless, any new restrictions are likely to strain ties with the affected countries, some of which assist the U.S. on issues like fighting terrorism, and some of which…

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‘Nobody likes him’: Hillary Clinton reignites feud with Bernie
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‘Nobody likes him’: Hillary Clinton reignites feud with Bernie

“He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him. He got nothing done,” Clinton said in…

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The House Democrat Taking On Silicon Valley
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The House Democrat Taking On Silicon Valley

Cicilline is an unlikely leader of a bipartisan coalition. He’s a feisty combatant for the left on Fox News and a pugnacious tweeter. That morning, he had written…

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Supreme Court won’t hear Obamacare case before election
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Supreme Court won’t hear Obamacare case before election

The one-sentence order only said the court would not take up the case in an unusually rapid order. It did not rule out full review of the case…

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How the economy could make or break Trump in 2020
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How the economy could make or break Trump in 2020

As year four unfolds, several key numbers and trends will determine just how much the economy will help Trump overcome impeachment, low approval ratings and serious shortcomings with…

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‘There may be more tickets out of Iowa than ever before’
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‘There may be more tickets out of Iowa than ever before’

Aides with Klobuchar, Steyer and Yang indicated that there's almost no scenario that would cause their candidate to drop out before New Hampshire. With a low delegate count,…

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MAGA stops, TV and the pope: How Pence plans to sidestep impeachment
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MAGA stops, TV and the pope: How Pence plans to sidestep impeachment

Like Gore was to Clinton, the former Indiana governor has been a stalwart ally to the man who put him in power. The day the White House released…

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