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LISTEN: Justice Ginsburg Expands On Decision To Apologize For Trump Remarks

"I said something I should not have said," Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in an interview with NPR's Nina Totenberg.
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Hillary Clinton Campaigns With Likely Vice Presidential Pick Tim Kaine

Lots of names appear on Hillary Clinton's vice presidential vetting lists. One name sits atop the most buzzed about list: Tim Kaine. A U.S. senator and former governor from Virginia, Kaine is an easy campaigner, fluent in Spanish and popular in his critical swing state. He and Clinton campaigned together Thursday.
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Donald Trump Likely To Choose Indiana Gov. Mike Pence As Running Mate

The campaign says Donald Trump has not made the decision on who his running mate will be. But it's clear Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is the frontrunner for the job.
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Long List Of Prominent Republicans Refuse To Attend Cleveland Convention

A long list of Republicans will not be attending the Republican National Convention this week in Cleveland. Some oppose Donald Trump as the nominee. Others say they will support the nominee but do so without mentioning Trump's name. Some say they have better things to do, even though they've never missed a convention. NPR reports on the most prominent no-shows.
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What Do Contested Conventions Look Like? Ask Hollywood And Sinclair Lewis

Thanks to movies, novels and TV, Bob Mondello knows what a contested convention would be like: raucous crowd, oppressive din and (if movies are any guide) Angela Lansbury scheming in the corner.
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5 Things To Know About Mike Pence

Signs are pointing to the Indiana governor being selected as Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate. Trump is set to officially make the announcement Friday.
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Some Trump RNC Delegates Surprised About Paying Their Own Way To Cleveland

Hotel rooms can cost $300 a night for delegates, who also have to pay for their own travel and meals. Some are turning to crowdfunding sites to pay for their trips.
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Ginsburg Apologizes For 'Ill-Advised' Trump Comments

"Judges should avoid commenting on a candidate for public office. In the future I will be more circumspect," the Supreme Court Justice said in a statement Thursday.
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Controversy Over Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Comments About Donald Trump

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is under fire for speaking her mind publicly about Donald Trump. She called him "a faker" who "has no consistency about him." Trump, in turn, said Ginsburg is a "disgrace" and should resign. The implications of a Supreme Court justice entering the political fray.

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WATCH: Black GOP Senator Says He's Been Stopped By Police 7 Times In A Year

"There is absolutely nothing more frustrating, more damaging to your soul than when you know you're following the rules and being treated like you are not," said U.S. Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina.

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