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We've Attended Thousands of Political Rallies. Here's How They Work. 2020-01-20
Weekly Roundup: Friday, January 17 2020-01-17
Trade Deals Offer Trump Fodder To Tout On Trail 2020-01-16
After Weeks of Delay, House Transmits Articles of Impeachment to Senate 2020-01-15
Democratic Debate Confronts A Loaded Question: 'Can A Woman Win Against Trump?' 2020-01-15
With A Debate Looming, Progressives Feud and Cory Booker Drops Out 2020-01-13
NPR Politics Live From Chicago: The Road To 2020 2020-01-11
How Chief Justice Roberts May Preside Over Senate Impeachment 2020-01-10
House Vote Reignites Tug-Of-War Over Military Authority 2020-01-09
Trump Responds To Iranian Missile Strike With Sanctions 2020-01-08
2020 Democrats Divided In Their Response To Iran Conflict 2020-01-07
Congressional Democrats Plan Vote on Trump's War Powers 2020-01-06
Weekly Roundup: Friday, January 3rd 2020-01-03
Julian Castro Drops Out Of 2020 Race; Candidates Release Fundraising Numbers 2020-01-02
Why New Hampshire Holds The First Primary And Why That Matters 2020-01-01
Why Iowa's Caucus Comes First And Why That Matters 2019-12-31
The Biggest Political Moments Of The Decade 2019-12-30
How Elizabeth Warren's Bankruptcy Research Sparked Her Progressive Politics 2019-12-27
What Joe Biden Learned From His 1988 Presidential Campaign 2019-12-26
The Eight-Hour Speech That Made Bernie Sanders A Household Name 2019-12-25

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