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Marco Rubio May Decide To Run For Senate Re-Election After All

The retiring Florida Republican senator is under pressure from his party to reverse course and run again this November.
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WATCH: 8th-Grader Nails Impersonations Of Trump, Clinton, Obama, Sanders

In his graduation speech, Jack Aiello, mimicking Bernie Sanders, said he had an improvement for the school cinnamon rolls: "We need to make them free. ... What we need is a cinnamon roll revolution."
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WATCH: In Conversation With Oprah, Michelle Obama Tells Men To 'Be Better'

"Be better at everything. Be better fathers, good lord," the first lady said at the United State of Women summit.
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Southern Baptists Split With Donald Trump On Refugee Resettlement

At the annual meeting of Southern Baptist churches, delegates affirmed a Christian duty to welcome refugees and called for an end to the display of the Confederate battle flag.
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Why Voter Rolls Can Be A Mess

"We can't keep updated lists. It's just impossible to do that," says Michael Ryan, executive director of the New York City Board Of Elections.
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Senate Gun Control Speeches Recall An Old-School Filibuster

The word came from the Spanish filibustero in the 1800s and had a root in the Dutch word vribuiter or "freebooter." The original reference was to a mercenary who traveled around fomenting rebellion.
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Donald Trump Pivots On Guns In Wake Of Orlando Mass Shooting

Donald Trump announced Wednesday via Twitter that he wants the NRA to support legislation barring gun sales to people on the government's terrorist watch list.
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Will The Millions Of People Who Gave Money To Bernie Sanders Give To Democrats?

Bernie Sanders has raised at least $209 million from small donors online while shunning big money players. Now, Democrats hope Sanders will share his fundraising list with down-ballot candidates.
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Americans Don't Like Caucuses, But Replacing Them With Primaries Isn't Easy

Americans strongly prefer primary elections open to all voters but it's tough to move away from caucuses and closed primaries even in states where there's lots of unhappiness with the current system.
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CHART: 7 Times Obama And Clinton Seemed To Be Reading From The Same Script

Hillary Clinton and President Obama both came out swinging against Donald Trump and his response to the attack in Orlando. At times it seemed like they could be reading from the same script.

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