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Donald Trump Teases That He Could Buck The NRA On One Aspect Of Guns

In a tweet Wednesday, the presumptive Republican nominee said he plans to meet with the National Rifle Association to talk about banning suspected terrorists from buying guns.
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LIVE VIDEO: Democrats Hold Senate Floor In Push For Gun Control

Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut said he was prepared to talk on the floor for "as long as I can." He added that he had had "enough."
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Understanding Congressional Gerrymandering: 'It's Moneyball Applied To Politics'

Ratf**ked author David Daley says that Republicans targeted key state legislative races in 2010 in an effort to control state houses, and, eventually, Congressional redistricting.
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In Defense Bill, Senate Approves Plan For Women To Register For Draft

The bill still must be reconciled with a House bill that doesn't mention women and the draft, and it faces a veto threat from President Obama over, among other things, the closure of Guantanamo Bay.
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Winners And Losers Of D.C.'s Democratic Primary

The District's primary includes important local races whose results decide the Democratic lineup on the November ballot.

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The Orlando Massacre And Ongoing Debate Over America's Cultural Diversity And Security

Many of the victims of the Orlando massacre were young, gay and Latino. Please join us to discuss the latest on the investigation and the ongoing debate over America's tradition of cultural diversity and the threat of terrorism.

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Bernie Sanders, Party Crasher: Notes On The (Looming) End Of A Campaign

The days leading up to California's Democratic presidential primary offered a glimpse into everything that went right — and wrong — with Bernie Sanders' presidential bid.
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Are GOP Women Warming Up To Donald Trump?

Some GOP women in the swing state of Ohio say they'd vote for their party's presumptive nominee even if they don't like him. Others say they can't accept Trump — and simply won't vote in November.
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Second GOP Incumbent Loses Congressional Primary

Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes is now the second Republican incumbent to lose in a primary this year, the victim of mid-decade congressional redistricting.
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Clinton, Sanders Discuss Party Unity, Path Forward Against Trump

As Clinton notched the final primary win of the year with a decisive victory in the District of Columbia's primary, the two rivals met for about 90 minutes Tuesday.

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