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In Political Activism, Ali Pulled No Punches — And Paid A Heavy Price

It's common today for athletes to carry the banner of some sort of political protest. But it wasn't so easy for Ali, who was banned from boxing for opposing the Vietnam War.
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Elizabeth Warren Backs Hillary Clinton

The progressive hero is the latest Democrat to fall in line behind Clinton after she clinched the requisite number of delegates earlier this week over rival Bernie Sanders.
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Hillary Clinton Speaks To NPR About President Obama's Endorsement

Clinton said she is looking forward to working with Bernie Sanders "during the campaign and then after the inauguration," as the rivals figure out how to unify.
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Hillary Clinton Fights To Win Over Her Own Demographic: White Women

White women traditionally support the Republican nominee for president. This election season, gaining favor from this group is key to Hillary Clinton's plan to win the White House.
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Obama Endorses Hillary Clinton After Meeting With Bernie Sanders

Sen. Bernie Sanders met with President Obama Thursday to discuss how the Democratic Party should move ahead after the primary season. Obama formally endorsed Hillary Clinton shortly after their meeting.
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Early Voting Lawsuits Center On Key Swing State Of Ohio

The fight over who gets to vote when is heating up in Ohio, which has become the epicenter of legal fights over voter access.
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Bitter Rivals To Allies: How President Obama Evolved On Hillary Clinton

In 2008, Barack Obama found Clinton barely "likeable enough" but needed her support after he secured the Democratic nomination. Now, she's getting the president's endorsement.
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For Civil Rights Chief, Fighting For The Outsider Is Deeply Personal

"History doesn't reward timidity," Vanita Gupta, who runs the Justice Department's civil rights unit, said recently. She's at the center of fights over transgender rights and police accountability.
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Hillary Clinton 'Thrilled' To Have President Obama's Endorsement

After the bitter primary battle between Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the party seeks to unify ahead of the general election.

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After White House Meeting, Sanders Reiterates He'll Take Issues To July Convention

While Sanders' dreams of being the Oval Office's next occupant have been set back, many Democrats are questioning when will he give up his fight for the party's presidential nomination.

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