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Senate confirms James Comey as FBI director

The Senate confirmed the president's June nomination of the former Bush Justice Department official with a 93-1 vote with Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky voting against the pick.Full story

Ex-Presidents Club: Lots of life after White House

In the first 200 years of the republic, just three presidents survived more than two decades after leaving office: John Adams, Martin Van Buren and Herbert Hoover. The odds for ex-presidents have improved considerably since then. Full story

Filibuster fight over

  Senate leaders reached a deal this morning in regards to the filibuster. Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean (D), and Former George W. Bush senior aide Sara Fagen, provide perspective. Also, Gary Lauer, eHealth CEO, explains why he supports bringing th...

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  George W. Bush attends naturalization ceremony

At the first public event at his presidential library in Dallas,  former President George W. Bush delivered carefully worded remarks at a naturalization ceremony urging Washington to find a way to resolve immigration reform. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports.

  First Read Minute: Will immigration reform proceed?

Speaker Boehner, R-Ohio, meets with Republican leaders today to discuss immigration and President George W. Bush spoke in support of reform, but how will the GOP come to an agreement to move legislation forward? NBC’s Mark Murray discusses how this issue is bringing out both supporters and strong de

  George W. Bush to speak on immigration reform

The former president is hosting a naturalization ceremony for 20 new citizens today, during which he will speak about the value of immigration, though aides say he is not trying to inject himself into Congress’ current immigration debate. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports.

  Top Lines: Bush & Obama, Depp & Kimmel, Snowden & the world

George W. Bush was happy to see President Obama; Tony Perkins says bakers and florists are being forced to participate in same-sex wedding ceremonies; Glenn Greenwald doesn't know where Edward Snowden is; and uprisings in Egypt could topple another regime.

  Obama’s final day in Africa

The Daily Rundown's Chuck Todd gives the latest on President Obama’s final day in Africa, including a rare joint appearance with former President  George W. Bush and a meeting between First Ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush.

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