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More contenders to enter the 2016 race next week
Charges were filed against six officers in Baltimore and SCOTUS weigh same-sex marriage
Jeb Bush & Marco Rubio will face off in 2016
Two civilians killed in U.S. operation in Pakistan, Senate confirms new Attorney General
President Obama’s trade deal and Republican campaigns are displayed in New Hampshire.
A bipartisan deal for Congress to review the Iran nuclear agreement.
2016 GOP hopefuls head to Iowa, support in Yemen leads to US mistrust of Iran
Rand Paul Announces Campaign with Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio to follow soon.
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"I love politics. I'm a political junkie."
Gwen Ifill shares how she handles covering so much bad news.
What about Gwen for president? Well, don't expect that anytime soon.
You asked. Gwen Ifill answers.
Bank of America pays a record fine, and how James Jeffords changed control of the Senate.
The altering African narrative and persistent problems in Afghanistan
Obama's Press Conference: The Perils of the Presidency
IS on the offensive, Putin gets his hands dirty, and Congress' final weeks
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