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    15 Kennedy family members endorse Biden for president

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  • President Biden campaigns in North Philadelphia in ‘effort to make a connection’ with voters

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  • Pennsylvania official gets creative to boost 2024 voter turnout amid concerns over voter apathy

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  • Biden calls for much higher tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum imports

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  • Arizona Supreme Court 1864 ruling 'supercharges' effort to enshrine abortion rights in November

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  • Biden says Trump 'doesn't deserve to have been commander in chief for my son'

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  • Fetterman says he disagrees with Biden on Israel but backs his 2024 campaign

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  • Trump faces political risks as trial begins

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  • Kari Lake warns things will get 'intense' ahead of the general election

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  • Vice President Harris denounces Arizona's near-total abortion ban

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  • Trump says he will testify at New York hush money trial

    02:09
  • Biden places blame on Trump for abortion ban in Arizona

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  • Arizona high court upholds 1864 abortion law

    02:45
  • Biden tries to energize younger voters as White House announces more student loan forgiveness

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  • Trump says states should decide on abortion restrictions

    02:15
  • Biden's student loan forgiveness efforts breaks through with focus group

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  • Election workers face growing security threats

    01:43
  • Deciders focus group Highlights: Unions, housing costs and two bags of garbage

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  • Trump leads Biden in key swing states, new polls show

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  • Trump targets Biden’s border policy as he returns to campaign trail

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GOP delegate rules will make it hard for Haley to thrive in South Carolina

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NBC's Hallie Jackson gives a breakdown on why Nikki Haley may have a hard time gaining ground in South Carolina. The GOP primary winner will need 1,215 delegates to win the nomination, and even with over 2,000 up for grabs, many states follow the "winner take all" rule.