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Federal Reserve Announces Interest Rate Cuts Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Super Tuesday Is Here, But Millions Have Already Voted
Israel Exit Polls Show Netanyahu's Party Will Fall Short Of Majority
The Complicated Democratic Nomination Process, Explained
Is Virginia Still A Swing State?
Biden Gains Critical Endorsements — Will They Matter On Super Tuesday?
'Hardball' Host Chris Matthews Retires From MSNBC
SCOTUS To Hear First Major Abortion Access Case Under Trump
Presidential Candidates Make Last Appearances Before Super Tuesday
Election Experts Say Coronavirus Outbreak Could Threaten US Elections
Amy Klobuchar Says She's Ending Her Campaign For President
Orange County House Democrats Now Playing Defense for Historic Seats
Obamacare To Undergo Third Supreme Court Test
U.S. Rep. John Lewis Participates In 55th 'Bloody Sunday' March
Pete Buttigieg Drops Out Of The Race For The White House
Trump May Restrict Mexico Border Travel In Response To Coronavirus
Joe Biden Gets A Big Win In South Carolina's Primary
Tom Steyer Drops Out Of Race For The White House
House Votes To Ban Flavored Tobacco To Curb Youth E-Cigarette Use
Asylum Officers Cheer Injunction On 'Remain In Mexico' Policy
Ratcliffe Nominated For Director Of National Intelligence — Again
In South Carolina, Generational Divide Is Clear Among Black Voters
Klobuchar Aims To Broaden Support Ahead of Super Tuesday
Federal Appeals Court Rules 'Remain In Mexico' Policy Is Invalid
Idaho Might Prevent Changes To Sex Listed On Birth Certificates
What The Fact: Analyzing Support For Gun Background Checks
New Report Shows Woman Inmates Receive Harsher Punishments Than Men
As Candidates Blitz S.C., Early Votes Add Up In Delegate-Heavy Texas
California Regulators Seek Penalty Hike For PG&E
The State Of Gun Background Check Laws And Bills
Billionaires Top Ad Spending in California Presidential Primary
Pence's Office Will Reportedly Review Government Coronavirus Messaging
How To Prepare For A Coronavirus Outbreak
Saudi Governor Demands Jailing Of Rapper Celebrated As 'Mecca Girl'
Sanders Pushes Medicare For All During North Carolina HBCU Visit
Military Officials Anticipate First Woman Green Beret's Graduation
Defense Sec. Receives Backlash From Lawmakers On Diverted Funds
The U.S. And China Are Racing To Roll Out 5G Tech
House Passes Legislation To Classify Lynching As A Federal Hate Crime
Author Mikki Kendall Tells Newsy About Her New Book, 'Hood Feminism'
Court Rules The DOJ Can Withhold Grants From 'Sanctuary Jurisdictions'
Poll: Majority Of Democrats Say Billionaires Hurting 2020 Primaries
Louisiana Governor Asks Judge To Resign Over Her Use Of Racial Slurs
Hong Kong Offers Its Residents Cash Amid Protests, Coronavirus Fears
New Jersey Governor Proposes Cigarette Tax Hike
Joe Biden Gets Coveted Endorsement From Rep. James Clyburn
Democratic Candidates Put Sanders On Defense In South Carolina Debate
13 Killed In Ongoing Protests In New Delhi
Scottish Parliament Approves First Stage Of Free Period Products Bill
Why This Burned-Out Immigration Judge Quit Her Job
Study: Families Separated At Border Suffer Severe Psychological Trauma
Bernie Sanders Wants To Legalize Pot On Day One. Can He?
Washington Roundup: What's Being Done About Election Security?
White House Requests $2.5 Billion To Fight Coronavirus Outbreak
Sanders Reveals $1.5 Trillion Universal Child Care Plan
Election Watchdog: 300 Cases Open And Not Enough Preparation For 2020
SCOTUS Will Hear Case Involving Same-Sex Foster Parents
New 'Public Charge' Rule Could 'Profoundly' Change Legal Immigration
National Security Adviser: No Evidence Russia Helping Trump Campaign
Prime Minister Of Malaysia Resigns
President Trump Visits India Amid Protests
Buttigieg Says There Are 'Irregularities' In Nevada Caucuses Vote
Pete Buttigieg Rallies Va. Voters Ahead Of Super Tuesday
'Public Charge' Immigration Rule Goes Into Effect Monday
Nevada Caucuses Give Bernie Sanders His First Big Win In 2020
U.S. Officials Told Sanders That Russia Is Trying To Help His Campaign
President Trump And His Supporters Are Confident He'll Win In November
Warren Campaign Opened $3 Million Line Of Credit In January
Florida Lawmakers Pass Parental Consent Bill On Underage Abortion
Intel Official Says Russia Plans To Meddle In The 2020 Election
Appeals Court Blocks Mississippi's 'Heartbeat' Abortion Ban
Elizabeth Warren Rallies Nevada Supporters After Debate
Big Budget, Big Data — The Short Drive Across Nevada's Battleground
Facebook Removes Video Revealing Virginia Lawmaker's Home Address
Meet Richard Grenell, Trump's Pick For Acting Intelligence Chief
Trump Signs Order To Divert California Water
Fraud In The Addiction Rehab Industry Could Put Millions At Risk
Judge Rules In Lawsuit Over Arizona Border Patrol Conditions
Bias or Something More? What a Study Discovered About Paid Leave
Democratic Presidential Candidates Clash In Tense Las Vegas Debate
Nevada's Diversity Changes The Race — But Will It Change The Outcome?
Court: Florida Felons Can Register To Vote Despite Unpaid Fines, Fees
George Zimmerman Suing Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg
Mike Bloomberg Faces Backlash For Previous Support Of Stop-And-Frisk
U.S. Attorney General Questions If Tech Industry Law Is Still Relevant
Pentagon Policy Official Resigns At President Trump's Request
Massachusetts Lawmaker Charged With Embezzling Campaign Funds
N.C. Voter ID Law Blocked For Discriminating Against African Americans
Blagojevich Returns To Chicago After Trump Commutes Prison Sentence
Thousandths Of A Percentage Point Separation In Iowa Recanvass
DOJ Says Attorney General William Barr Is Not Thinking About Resigning
Judge Declines To Delay Roger Stone's Sentencing
Washington Roundup: Are Caucuses Going Out Of Style?
Chicago Leaders Condemn Deployment Of Elite Border Patrol Units
'I Don't Know How To Stop Them' — When Robots Take Las Vegas Jobs
Trump Commutes Sentence Of Former IL Gov. Rod Blagojevich
Bolton Says He Hopes White House Doesn't 'Suppress' His Book
Dutch Court Orders Russia To Pay $50B For Dismantled Oil Company
Trump Administration Waives Federal Laws For Border Wall Construction
Judges To Hold Meeting After DOJ's Intervention In Roger Stone Case